NTN Tests ORPAT FAQs How do I sign up for the ORPAT? Which police departments can access my results? How long are ORPAT results valid? How is the ORPAT graded? How are results sent to departments? How often can I take the test? Where can I get more information about the ORPAT and how to prepare? Does NTN accept ORPAT results from other organizations? Can I reschedule or get a refund for a test? How do I sign up for the ORPAT? Simply follow the registration for the FrontLine National (Law Enforcement) exam at NationalTestingNetwork.com. After selecting FrontLine National, you will be prompted to choose the Physical Abilities test you need to take. Which police departments can access my results? Police departments in the State of Oregon can have access to ORPAT scores. Not all Oregon police departments require ORPAT results upon hire. Please check the department job listing to see if ORPAT is required for your selected departments. How long are ORPAT results valid? ORPAT results are good for one year certified by National Testing Network. Some departments may require ORPAT results more recent than one year. Please check the department job listing to see if restrictions apply. How is the ORPAT graded? The ORPAT is made up of an obstacle course, push pull machine, controlled fall and a dummy drag. The obstacle course, push activity, controlled fall and pull activity must all be completed in six (6) minutes or less. The dummy must be dragged 25 feet without stopping. There is no time limit for this activity. Please note that departments may set their own passing criteria and a completion time of five (5) minutes and thirty (30) seconds is required for passing the police academy. How are results sent to departments? Your ORPAT results will automatically be sent to all departments you have selected. How often can I take the test? Candidates will have the ability to take the ORPAT as many times as needed to pass. Each attempt at the ORPAT will require the same payment as the initial testing process. Where can I get more information about the ORPAT and how to prepare? Please visit the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training website to find more information about the ORPAT. Below are some helpful links: ORPAT Video ORPAT Description ORPAT Preparation Does NTN accept ORPAT results from other organizations? Each department decides what ORPAT results they will accept. If you have completed an ORPAT at a testing center other than NTN, you must contact the departments on your list to confirm that they will accept your ORPAT results. Can I reschedule or get a refund for a test? Exam fees are non-refundable. You can request an exam reschedule up until one week prior to your exam date. A schedule change within one week of an exam is not allowed. Submit your exam reschedule request by contacting support.