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Permissions and Licencing Requests

Please read through the options below, select the category that you are interested in pursuing, and follow the links to initiate the request.

 

Purchasing a commercially available product (in English in the UK) 

Purchase online here or go to Customer Service online web form with questions. This is not a request for a permission grant or a licence agreement.

Permission granting requests, such as:

  • Reproduction of materials – request to reproduce a test form that is no longer in print

  • Modification of materials – request for enlarged print or braille

  • Book grant - request to use a piece of a product, such as sample items or other non-sensitive materials, in a book to be published

  • Other various permission requests, such as permission to transfer test results to an electronic medical records file, permission for limited display of test materials to be used for education or training purposes, or permission to reproduce a test form for IRB approval

Please complete and submit this online form to initiate a Permission Granting Request.

Research licence requests (non-pharmaceutical companies), including the right to translate if needed

Please complete and submit this online form to initiate a Research Licence Request.

Research licence requests (pharmaceutical companies only), including the right to translate if needed

Please read the information and instructions here if you are a pharmaceutical company that would like to submit a Research Licence Request.

Standardisation data licence requests (i.e., researchers request access to the data generated during the assessment test standardisation for reliability and validity)

Please complete and submit this online form to initiate a request to use Pearson data in a research project.

Commercial licence requests, such as a company requesting to place an assessment on its own platform

Please complete and submit this online form to initiate a Commercial Licence Request.

 

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