Psychological testing is undertaken by psychologists for a range of reasons to obtain information from individuals, groups and organisations. Testing is generally undertaken in the wider context of assessment that includes interviews and observations as well as formal testing. In order to administer psychological tests, psychologists have undergone extensive training. On these pages you will find guidelines, standards and resources for psychologists and information for the public on psychological testing.

Testing resources for psychologists

This section focuses on standards, guidelines, and resources for psychologists.

  • General resources
  • Resources for educational settings
  • Resources for forensic settings
  • Resources for organisational settings
  • Resources for sport settings
  • Resources for working with special groups
  • Resources for online testing
  • Member-only access

Resources for the public

Test and Testing Expert Group