Check this PAGE periodically as the schedule gets revised throughout the year.
Oregon Skating Council Member Clubs coordinate the annual testing calendar to assist coaches and skaters in moving through their test levels easily. Members of any OSC Club can test at any other Member Club for the same fee. Other testers are welcome but they are charged an admin fee and require the approval of their Home Club Test Chair.
Since 2015 we have been using Entryeeze for our registration system. Following is the link to Entryeeze as well as the upcoming year’s test schedule.
IMPORTANT CHANGE IN 2017
We are offering more frequent tests but they will be constrained to 2 hours (with the exception of the end of August test session and tests sessions downstate). This made it easier for the Portland rinks to fit us into their schedules. Accordingly, skaters will usually be accepted on a first come first serve basis. When there are too many skaters for the current test session, they will go into the front of the line at the next test session in the Portland area. Coaches please prepare your skaters and/or their guardians for this new procedure. It will require more advance planning on your parts.
Figure skating in the U.S. can be either competitive or recreational, and those learning to skate can choose either route. While competitive skaters are required to participate in the U.S. testing structure to eventually compete in qualifying competitions, recreational skaters can also opt to take tests in order to continually challenge themselves and their abilities.
The official tests of U.S. Figure Skating may be taken by all figure skaters who are members of a member club or collegiate club, individual members who are currently registered with U.S. Figure Skating and are otherwise qualified under these rules, as well as by members of a member association of the ISU.
Test sessions can only be held under the auspices and control of a member club. Fees are involved and vary by club. Sessions are organized and run under procedures outlined in the U.S. Figure Skating rulebook. Any person who is interested in participating in the U.S. Figure Skating testing structure should review the U.S. Figure Skating Rulebook, which addresses information such as the types of tests offered, the elements on each test, how tests are marked, which judges are required, age requirements for different test categories, and conduct of coaches and candidates at test sessions. Additional information can be found in the "Resources" box on this page.