Tests are scheduled through the Boys Town website. After registering for a test slot online, you will receive an email confirmation. Please review and let us know if you have any questions. You will be required to pay a Proctor Fee the day of your exam.
- Performance Tests are currently offered weekdays.
- Registration and scheduling is done through Boys Town’s website.
- Availability is posted per quarter and is updated approximately two weeks prior. For example, Q4 will be posted mid September.
- Plan to be on site for 2 1/2 hours.
Performance Test – $435
- $350 Test fee – Register and pay online
- $85 Proctor fee – Cash payment at the door
Active RISE Employees receive the following benefits:
Proctor Fee is waived
Open Availability: Monday – Friday (8 AM – 4 PM)
One on One Mentoring with ASL Specialist
Reimbursement of registration fee for Full Time Employees with passing score.
Please contact your manager if you are an Active RISE Employee for more information
Performance Assessment Paperwork
The Candidate will choose from the following options:
ASL, PSE, MCE
Elementary or Secondary
Receptive portion: The candidate will view 2 Deaf students and select 1 to test with.
Expressive portion: The candidate will review 2 sets of lesson topics and select 1 set.
Total Duration: 2 1/2 Hours
Warm-up (35 minutes): candidate will view student signing samples and review lesson plans for reception portion. An English Dictionary is provided.
Expressive portion (46 – 52 Mins)
Receptive portion (30 – 35 Mins)
End of Test
Test Results are mailed typically within 2 – 5 months. To check the status of your results, contact Boys Town directly via email email@example.com.
(*Proctors are unable to check status)
Check on the status of your results by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. RISE proctors are not aware of status.
A cash payment is expected at the door. Please bring exact amount. Receipts are available upon request.
No, not at this time. Check the Boys Town website for available options.
The written exam is not a pre-requisite to take the performance. The state of California does not require the written test, only that interpreters score a 4.0 or better on the performance. Due to this, we do not offer the written test at our location.
The wall color of the testing room is a slate blue background (Pictured above). Dress accordingly based on your skin color. We recommend comfortable shoes as you will be standing for approximately 50 min.
Availability is posted per quarter and is updated approximately two weeks prior. For example, Q4 will be posted mid September but you may only see until the end of August, which is Q3. Days of the week that are offered alternate between quarters to allow for more flexibility.
The EIPA has no age requirement or restriction; anyone can take it!