In the upper left corner of the screen, you have the option of looking for an exam session or club in your area.
It appears that the only test session registered with the ARRL within 50 miles is all the way over in Anderson and that's not until Dec 16.
Sponsor: CHIEF ANDERSON ARC
Time: 7:00 PM (Walk-ins allowed)
Contact: AL A WENDLING
Location: ANDERSON DISPATCH & EMA CENTER
739 GENE GUSTIN WAY
ANDERSON, IN 46011
I also entered your zip code and found a couple of clubs within 20 miles. There is one in Frankfort and 2 in Lafayette. (one of them is Purdue club so technically that would be West Lafayette) Just click on that Clubs link and you should see the clubs along with their contact information and they should be able to help you find a test session. There are a lot more clubs if you expand the search to 50 miles. It just depends on how far you are willing to drive.
P.S. The "IU" in my callsign is in recognition of my college down in Bloomington!
Sounds like you are doing fine. You might also want to try the sample tests at the aa9pw site. This site is more like the real thing, as you don't know how you are doing until you finish the test.
My wife used aa9pw for her Tech, General, and Extra.
I don't know where you are located in Indiana, but testing is tentatively scheduled in December in the St. Joe/Benton Harbor, MI area. There will probably also be testing at the Laporte hamfest that is usually held in February.
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