Testing Center – FAA Knowledge Tests

We are an authorized PSI testing center for all FAA knowledge tests. To register for a test, please contact PSI at 1-800-211-2754 or register on-site during testing center hours. Contact us for more information about the testing center.


  • Seven days a week
  • 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you provide FAA testing?
    • Yes, we provide FAA testing! We are an authorized PSI Services Testing Center.
  • Which tests do you proctor?
    • We proctor all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airmen Knowledge Tests including private pilot, instrument rating, maintenance, instructor, airline transport, and even inspection authorization. We also proctor written tests outside of the regulatory authority of the FAA.
  • When can I take a test?
    • Depends upon the test and the maximum time it requires to complete. Time slots are available as early as 10 AM, 7 days a week. You must complete the test by 5 PM Monday-Friday and 4 PM on Saturdays. As an example, the Private Pilot Airplane test (PAR) allows for 2.5 hours to complete, so the latest you could begin the test is 2:30 PM Monday-Friday or 1:30 PM on Saturdays.
  • Do I need to schedule a test?
    • Yes, tests are by appointment only. We recommend making a reservation at least one week in advance. With additional flexibility in your schedule, we could accommodate a two- or three-day notice.
  • Do I need to bring anything to take a test?
    • Yes, depends on the test. All applicants for any test must provide identification. Identification information must be valid and current including the applicant’s photo, date of birth, signature, and physical residential address.For a United States citizen or resident aliens, this includes items such as a driver permit or license issued by a U.S. state or territory, a U.S. government identification card, a U.S. military identification card, a passport, or alien residency card.For a non-U.S. citizen, this includes a passport AND either a driver permit or license issued by a U.S. state or territory or an identification card issued by any government entity.For an applicant under age 18 who does not possess an acceptable form(s) of identification, a parent or legal guardian may be required to accompany the applicant. After presenting identification as described above, that person may attest to the applicant’s identity.If the acceptable form(s) of identification (as listed in the table above) does not include valid and current proof of the applicant’s physical/residential address, the applicant may utilize his or her parent’s permanent, physical/residential address or the applicant may provide proof by presenting one of the following items:
      • FAA Medical Certificate
      • Pilot’s License
      • Airline Transport Pilot Certification Training Program (ATP CTP) graduation certificate
      • FAA Form 8610-1, Mechanic’s Application for Inspection Authorization (signed by an FAA inspector)
      • FAA Form 8610-2, Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application (signed by an FAA inspector)
      • FAA Form 8710-1, Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application (signed by an FAA inspector)
      • Form DS-2019, Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status (aka,
        Department of State / Department of Homeland Security “Student and Exchange
        Visitor Information System (SEVIS) eligibility printout”)
      • Public utilities statement (electric, gas, water – NOT television or phone)
      • Mortgage statement
      • Lease agreement
      • Property tax bill or receipt
      • Property deed
      • Homeowner’s or renter’s insurance statement
      • Vehicle registration
      • Voter registration card
    • Examples of an unacceptable physical/residential address are a post office box, rural route, flight school address, or a commercial business/employer address.Authorization may also be required. To find out exactly what you need to bring with you in order to take a test, please call (503) 678-1217.
  • What am I allowed to bring into the testing center?
    • Three basic items are allowed in the testing center to aid the candidate. These include a non-programmable calculator, an E6B flight computer, and a plotter or straight edge if the other equipment is being used to do include those items. Graphing calculators, like the TI-83, TI-84, and TI-89 are not allowed for usage during the tests due to their ability and capacity to store contents in its onboard memory. Both digital/electronic E6Bs and traditional E6B wheels are allowed. Magnifying lenses are also allowed. Drinks, excluding alcohol, are allowed. Examples of devices that are not allowed include all phones, watches, computers, tablets. If it can be used to store notes, communicate, or connect to the Internet, it is not allowed.
  • How much does a test cost?
    • All FAA Airmen Knowledge Tests, except the Unmanned Aircraft General written exam (UAG), are $165. The UAG written exam is $150. These fees are assessed when taking the test as an initial attempt, as retake for a higher score, and after failure. Cash, check, Visa, and MasterCard are acceptable forms of payment. Payment can be made at the testing center at the time and date of the respective scheduled test.
  • Where do I take a test?
    • You can find Aurora Flight Training at 22785 Airport Road NE, Aurora, OR 97002.