HOW DO TESTERS OBTAIN AN ATI PAPER/PENCIL ID NUMBER?
All testers must create an ATI account prior to taking a paper/pencil test. They can create an account at www.atitesting.com by clicking on Create New Account and following the screen prompts. After a tester has registered on the site, that tester’s personal paper/pencil ID will be displayed under Account Information. At this screen, the user will have an opportunity to print the paper/pencil ID. Each user should print and retain this and use it for identification on every paper/pencil test. This ID number will not change; the tester only needs to register once. Testers who forget their login information can retrieve it by using the Forgot Password feature or have an instructor look up the information under Manage Students.
WHAT IF I HAVE TESTED BEFORE BUT DON’T KNOW MY USERNAME OR PASSWORD?
Students who have tested previously but have never logged into ATI should sign in using their SSN without dashes or spaces as their username and the last four digits of their SSN as their password. Users should follow the screen prompts to update their account and receive their paper/pencil ID; they should print the information and take it with them to their test session.
I’VE TAKEN A TEST USING MY ATI PAPER/PENCIL ID. HOW DO I OBTAIN MY RESULTS?
Students can sign in to the ATI system using the username and password they used when they created their account. They can retrieve their results by clicking on Results under the Quick Links section.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ATI PAPER/PENCIL ID AND YOUR ATI USERNAME?
The ATI Paper/Pencil ID Number is a number assigned by the ATI system to students and is only used on Paper/Pencil forms. Everyone creates their own ATI Username to log into www.atitesting.com; they should always choose something that is easily remembered.
*Assessment Technologies Institute (2007). Overland Park, KS.