Monday, January 25, 2016

Attention Elementary Students - Pilot Test Is Now Open

Registration for the new elementary education pilot test is now open. 

Students can register at The exam code is PTIL701.
Each test form will take approximately 120 minutes to complete.

Note:  The pilot test will not result in official scores that can be used toward licensure.  However, the test is a good practice opportunity, and examinees will receive their choice of $75 ILTS test fee voucher or $50 Barnes & Noble eGift Card for each test form completed as instructed. Vouchers may be applied towards future ILTS testing fees. (Please note that ILTS test vouchers cannot be used towards test fees in other testing programs.) Participants may take up to two (2) test forms and can earn up to $150 in test fee vouchers OR up to $100 in Barnes & Noble eGift Cards.

Pilot Test Dates. Pilot testing will be offered from February 8 – March 4, 2016.

Pilot Test Participants.  To be eligible to participate, examinees must meet at least one of the following criteria:
·        Be a junior, senior or graduate student currently enrolled in an educator preparation program and preparing for educator certification/licensure at the elementary level, or,
·        A practicing educator recently certified/licensed at the elementary level with no more than 3 years teaching experience
Note: College and university faculty members are NOT eligible to take pilot tests for the ILTS program. 

Pilot Test Locations. Pilot testing will be held at Pearson VUE test centers throughout Illinois.

If candidates or faculty have questions about the pilot, they may be directed to

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