In accordance with Rules TR 3.00, 4.01 and 4.02, skaters may now receive US Figure Skating test credit by meeting certain minimum PCS, TES and TSS scores at any U.S. competition held under the International Judging System (IJS). The athlete must “skate-up” and compete in the event for which they are seeking test credit, in addition to having already passed any prerequisites prior to the competition event.
For example, if an individual junior-level freestyle skater seeks senior-level freestyle test credit via IJS protocol, he or she must enter an IJS competition as a senior-level skater and meet the minimum PCS, TES and TSS requirements for senior-level test credit during that competition. Entering a junior-level event will not suffice in this example, regardless of score.
The deadline for submitting IJS protocols for test credit in the 2018-19 qualifying season is September 1, 2018.
The information packet contains forms that you and your coach need to complete and submit to the Skating Club of New York, together with a Test Credit Packet† from the competition host, in order for us to process the competition protocols correctly. There is a $25 fee for this service, payable on-line when you submit the completed information package.
† Test Credit Package
(obtained by the skater or coach from the competition chair or host)
These materials must be submitted, together with completed copies of the forms in the SCNY information packet, before the Skating Club of New York can process a competition protocol for US Figure Skating test credit.
Do not proceed to Step 2 until you have completed Step 1. Only paid submissions will be reviewed.
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