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Test Registration and Rule Revision

How to Register ISI Tests

ISI provides four user-friendly ways to register tests :

Excel spreadsheet
Request a customized spreadsheet from the ISI Membership Department.  This will allow you to submit tests and memberships via email or fax.

Use ISI's convenient Group Testing Evaluation Form.
GTEF forms are available in tablet form from the ISI Orders Department. To register tests using the GTEF, you must supply ISI headquarters with the address and date of birth of each skater. Membership is required for test registration for Alpha and up. Tot and Pre-Alpha skaters are exempt from the membership requirement. All test registrations are free.

High Level Testing

All tests above Level 7 can only be taken in a District Testing Program or by video test.  These tests cannot be done locally at your home ice arena.  All Level 10 tests can only be taken at an ISI national event as outlined in the 2008 Skaters and Coaches Handbook.

High Level Test Application

Level 10 Test Application

Video Testing Guidelines If the in-person District Testing Program is not available in your area, a DVD or VHS tape, along with a completed High Test Application form,  may be submitted to the ISI office for judging. If you are unsure of your District having a District Testing Program, contact Liz at liz@skateisi.org

The VHS tape or DVD must be unedited and use a single camera. The video must show every required compulsory maneuver attempted two times each (performed in the same order as listed in the 2008 Skaters and Coaches Handbook) and then followed by the non-stop program. The required dance step turns must be shown two times in isolation (by themselves) before completing the entire dance step sequence two times during the compulsory portion of the test.

All video tests become property of ISI and will not be returned. If you are trying to meet a competition entry deadline, please allow at least 2-3 weeks for test results. All incomplete tests will have a maximum of 30 days to re-test at no charge. After that 30-day period, the entire test must be re-submitted with a new application form and additional payment.