Graduate Psychology Test Reservation System User FAQs

This page will provide technical support and serve as directory for all information regarding the use of the Graduate Psychology Test Reservation System.  Testing center resources are available for reservation on-line 24 hours/ 7 days a week by visiting:

Getting Started
This video will walk you through the basic operations of the Test Reservation System.

Frequently Asked Questions and Instruction Guidelines

Instructions (for students and faculty)

Reservation Policy Reminders

Test Reservation System

  • When making a request, you MUST adjust the "End" date category to the actual date you plan to return the testing materials. If you do not adjust the date, it defaults to only a one-day request for the materials.
  • A separate reservation request should be made for each individual resource needed (e.g. WAIS-IV Kit, Conners Forms).
  • Evening requests must be completed as reservations through the system by selecting an available day time slot AND by noting under “additional comments” the evening time you wish utilize the Testing Center item. 
  • All reservations must be made with advanced notice of 2 business days to allow the Testing Center administration to evaluate your request(s) for approval.
  • The system will not permit requests to be made more than 30 days in advance.

Testing Center

  • Manuals may not be removed from the testing center.
  • Please return and sign in all testing materials on or before the due date. Other students are waiting and are unable to borrow them if you do not return them on time.
  • Due to a high volume of requests, no request will be approved more than one week in advance.
  • If you have made a request for testing materials that are currently out on loan, your request will be approved once the materials have been returned to the testing center.
  • Students may reserve two tests, at one time, for a two week period.


2017-05-25 21:50 Frank Keating
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