In order to participate in a U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned test session, the following requirements must be met.
1. Must be a registered U.S. Figure Skating member
2. Must have a USFS registered private coach
3. Must be a registered NLFSC Member - (to get in club/associate rates)
For other testing level requirements, please visit usfigureskating.org/
NOTE: Per U.S. Figure Skating Rule 4003: "[Certain] tests, when marked “retry,” may not be retaken prior to the 13th day following the date of the original test. Example: A test taken on May 1 and marked “retry” may not be retaken before May 14, the 14th being the 13th day following the date of the original test.
Email the following information to one of the officials listed below:
- Skaters Name
- USFS #
- Club they plan to test at
- When they last tested at a test session
- What they plan to test; list all tests including names of dances.
Jen Paul - Test Chair
Theresa Allard - Membership Chair
You will receive, by e-mail, a copy of the permission to test form. In addition, they will email the form on to the club at which your skater will be testing. IMPORTANT: To be safe, always bring a copy to the test session.
** Update: Per U.S. Figure Skating Rule TR 2.03: "All tests, when marked ‘retry,’ may not be retaken prior to the 27th day following the date of the original test. Example: A test taken on May 1 and marked ‘retry’ may not be retaken before May 28, the 28th being the 27th day following the date of the original test. For the purposes of this rule, a moves in the field test taken as a masters candidate is considered the same as the same level moves in the field test taken as an adult or standard candidate. If a candidate is submitting an IJS protocol from a U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned nonqualifying competition for test credit, the waiting period does not apply."