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In-person Testing

Testing in figure skating offers skaters a way to evaluate their progress, set goals, and track their development, providing a foundation for competition and advancing through levels. MFSCH hosts tests for ice dance, free skating, and skating skills three to four times a year for all levels. Test sessions are open to both club members and non-members.

There are currently no scheduled test sessions.

Testing Documentation

For more information about the testing structure/protocols and the U.S. Figure Skating rulebook, visit: U.S. Figure Skating Test Structure.

Club Test Policies

  • Skaters must register online for a test session during the open registration period on Entryeeze.

  • Be sure to register early as test sessions can fill up quickly.

  • Late registration is not guaranteed and will be at the sole discretion of the Test Chair.

  • Test sessions are open to club members and non-club members.

  • Skaters must be a member of U.S. Figure Skating and in good standing.

  • U.S. Figure Skating has updated the testing structure. See: U.S. Figure Skating Test Structure

  • If you registered for the wrong event(s), email the Test Chair at as soon as possible.

  • The schedule will be finalized before the test date and sent to coaches and skaters/legal guardians. The schedule will also be posted at the rink on test day.


Test Day
  • The rink usually opens 30 minutes to 60 minutes before the start of the session.

  • While the club strives to run the session according to schedule, the session can run early or late. Skaters should arrive at least 1 hour before their event.

  • If you are withdrawing on test day, the skater/legal guardian or coach should let the Test Chair know as soon as possible.

  • Please help us maintain a calm environment during the test session so skaters can focus.

  • If the skater cannot attend the test for extenuating circumstances (such as a medical reason or death in the family), please email the Test Chair at as soon as possible.

  • All refunds or transferring test(s) to the next session are at the sole discretion of the Test Chair.

Trial Judges

For those interested in trial judging, please email


Please direct all testing inquiries to:

Additional Test Sessions

​Other clubs also host in-person and virtual test sessions. You can search for them on Entryeeze: Find a Test Session.


USFS Testing Structure

Posted: September 21, 2023

U. S. Figure Skating has updated the testing structure for the 2023-2024 season. To ensure you are registering for the correct level in the future, review the updated levels.

Download PDF of Testing Structure Updates


The Skating Accommodation Memorandum (S.A.M.)

U.S. Figure Skating's Adaptive Skating Committee created the Skating Accommodation Memorandum to foster equitable skating standards for skaters with disabilities, develop increased opportunities for skaters with disabilities to continue their skating growth and support reasonable accommodations to do so. A skater with a documented disability may request exemption from or modification of certain technical rules on the basis that such rule penalizes them in the marking of the assessment and that such rule is peripheral to the skating skill to be demonstrated for testing and 6.0 non-qualifying competitions.

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