Legal notice


Central Test is a registered trademark.Test & Go is a registered trademark.

Central Test manages the Test & Go application, accessible via, or via its partners. Test & Go provides internet users with a secure internet platform, and offers self-assessment, career management and personal development tests. The personality, orientation and aptitude tests offered are part of the Central Test - MyLab range.

Access and use of the site are subject to the "Legal Notices" detailed below and to the laws and/or regulations applicable in the European Union.Our commercial partners and our subsidiaries located outside the European Union, in countries that do not have an adequate level of protection, contractually commit themselves to complying with the European principles of personal data protection.

Legal information

The publisher of the website is Central Test, which ensures the design, implementation, technical integration and maintenance. CENTRAL TEST SAS: 21, square Saint Charles; 75012 Paris, France; Tel.: +33 (0)1 46 59 00 00; Email:;Simplified joint stock company with share capital of €1,008,930 entered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under no. B 441 914 272; SIRET: 441914272 00048; Intra-Community VAT number: FR 81441914272; The director of publication of the site is Mr Patrick Leguide as legal representative of Central Test.

Accessibility and liability

In principle, this site is accessible to users 24/7, except for service interruption, scheduled or not, for maintenance needs or due to force majeure.If access to the site is not possible, Central Test undertakes to do its utmost to establish access. Although Central Test endeavours to provide reliable content on its website, the company does not guarantee that its website is free of inaccuracies, typographical errors, omissions and/or viruses.

Central Test reserves the right at any time and without notice to make improvements and/or changes to the content of its website. Central Test cannot be held liable for any damages resulting from use of the site, whatever the cause; in particular, it cannot be held liable for fraudulent alteration or access to data and/or accidental transfer due to a virus.

Equally, Central Test cannot be held liable for events due to force majeure, breakdowns and technical problems concerning hardware, programmes and software or the Internet that may lead to service suspension or termination.

Data collection and privacy

To respond to requests from visitors to this site, we may require them to provide us with personal data.

Central Test is committed to respecting your privacy and protecting the information it receives.

It is confidential and cannot be transferred to a third party.In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, you have the right to access, rectify, modify and delete personal data that you have provided to us. This right can be exercised by sending a letter or an email to:Central Test :21, square Saint Charles 75012 Paris, France Email:

For more information on the collection and processing of collected data, please see our "Personal Data Policy".

Copyright and Intellectual Property

All the elements, including software, structures, data, text, graphics, images, sounds, videos, logos, symbols, html code featured on this site, constitute works within the meaning of articles L.111.1 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code, and are the exclusive property of Central Test.

Consequently, any total or partial reproduction or imitation of these, without the express, prior and written consent of Central Test, is prohibited and may result in prosecution.

External links

Central Test has no control over the content of third party sites. The existence of a hypertext link between the Central Test website and a third party site does not mean that Central Test provides any guarantee or accepts any liability as to its content or the use that may be made of it, or the operation and access to it. Affiliated or non-affiliated sites are subject to their own terms and conditions of use and personal data protection.

Applicable law and jurisdiction

This website is governed by French law. By express agreement, any dispute will be submitted, in the absence of amicable agreement between the Parties, to the Commercial Court of Paris, which is attributed territorial jurisdiction regardless of the place of use of the products, performance of the services or registered address of the defendant.