• Office Hours: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM M-W & F

Testing Center

CTResources is an authorized testing center for PSI, PAN, Kryterion, and Meazure Learning (formerly Scantron). Located in Lisle, IL, our testing center has 15 testing workstations and is handicap accessible

  • Testing Stations
  • Testing Partners
    PSI, PAN, Kryterion, and Meazure Learning (formerly Scantron)
  • ADA Accessible
  • Address
    3080 Odgen Ave., Suite 102, Lisle, IL 60532

What to Know on the Day of the Exam

Checking In

Plan to arrive or log in 30 minutes before your appointment. Your test session should begin within 30 minutes of your scheduled appointment time. If for some reason you are unable to start testing later than 30 minutes after your scheduled time, you will be given the option of continuing to wait or rescheduling your exam.

To check in, you must present a valid, signed photo ID with a first and last name that matches the first and last name on your assigned test.Leave all personal items outside the secure testing area in the provided lockers or in your vehicle. Do not bring large items like backpacks, laptops, or purses to the test center.

Have your sleeves, pockets, and glasses inspected. You’ll be asked to roll your shirt and pant sleeves up, empty your pockets, and show your ears to ensure you’re not wearing any electronic devices (aside from any approved medical devices).

While Testing

After checking in, you will soon begin your exam. Keep in mind, you must remain in your seat– unless you are taking a break from testing.

Taking Breaks

You can take a break at any time while testing. When you return from a break, all test items that you have already viewed will be locked, including those marked for later review, and you will not be able to view or edit them again. You must complete a security screening each time you return from a break.

How to Report an Exam Problem

If you experience a technical difficulty while testing, please let the test center staff know immediately. Do not clear the error message. Simply raise your hand. If you have any other testing concerns, be sure to report them to the test center staff.