How the EXADEP™ Test is Scored
Four scale scores are reported: separate scores for sections 1, 4 and 5, and a single score for sections 2 and 3. In addition, a total score that includes all sections is reported. The scale score for each section is a two-digit number on a scale ranging from 20 to 80. The total scale score is reported based on a total scale and is a three-digit number on a scale ranging from 200 to 800.
The EXADEP™ test contains five sections. The first four sections are in Spanish; the fifth section is in English.
|Section Number||Test Section|
|Section 1||Verbal Aptitude|
|Section 3||Analytical Reasoning|
|Section 4||Written Expression|
To obtain the total scale score, each section score is multiplied by the section weight. The weight for each section is proportionate to the number of items in each section.
|Section Number||Section Score||Weight|
|2 and 3||B||2.5|
|T = 3.5A + 2.5B + 2.0C + 2.0D|
Download a copy of the Guide to the Use and Interpretation of Scores for the EXADEP™ Test.