Contest Testing

All Contest Testing will be conducted online February 7-11.

 

Competitors are likely required to take two exams:
#1: Professional Development Test





#2: Skilled Exam 
 

Every competitor is required to take the PD test with four exceptions:

  1. Action Skills

  2. Community Action Project

  3. Employment Applications 

  4. Quiz Bowl

*The PD test will be used in the case of a tie-breaker. 

NOTE: ALL TEAMS MUST TEST TOGETHER

Pre-Testing Checklist

1. Schedule a time to test between February 7-11.

2. Secure a testing proctor (testing proctor is not allowed to be a SkillsUSA advisor). 

3. Submit a proctor agreement at the bottom of this page.

4. Notify student competitors of online testing requirements.

5. Make sure you can access the testing site by visiting www.ProProfs.com.

Test Day Checklist

1. Take the Professional Development Test.

2. Complete contest testing (if assigned).

NOTE: ALL TEAMS MUST TEST TOGETHER 

Testing Access Instructions

Students will receive an email from "SkillsUSA" prior to test day containing log-in instructions to access their online test.

 

Please ensure that each student registered for the State Leadership and Skills Conference has a valid email address attached to their conference registration.

Note: School email addresses may filter incoming emails and prevent our emails from reaching the student. If possible, please supply a personal email address with conference registrations.

The SkillsUSA Customer Care Team can assist any student who is unable to access their contest or PD test.

customercare@SkillsUSA.org or 844-875-4557.

 

Letter to Advisors

Dear Advisors,

 

This year SkillsUSA Georgia will be conducting online contest testing prior to the State Leadership and Skills Conference. 

 

Why is this being done?

Online, pre-conference testing will save significant time during the State Leadership and Skills Conference. Students will be able to satisfy any testing requirements for their contest along with the professional development test that is required for all competitors. Additionally, online testing negates the needs to have students congregate in a central location to complete their contest testing during the State Leadership and Skills Conference.

 

How will this be facilitated?

SkillsUSA Georgia will facilitate the online testing through an online testing portal. Students who are registered to compete at the State Leadership and Skills Conference will receive an email from “SkillsUSA” to the email address associated with their conference registration prior to SLSC with details on how to access their test(s). 

What do I do if my student can’t access their test(s)?

The SkillsUSA Customer Care Team is here to assist advisors and students with gaining access to testing accounts. The Customer Care Team can be contacted by email at customercare@skillsusa.org or by phone at (844) 875-4557. 

 

Will I as an advisor have my own account?

No. There is no action for advisors to complete, therefore there will be no account provided for advisors to access contest testing materials. Doing so also ensures the security of testing materials. 

Proctor Form Submission