ETS provides a Designated Institution Score Report to each institution or agency selected by the test taker at registration. The report includes the test taker’s name, score, pass/no pass score information and other information.
Official scores for Praxis® tests are available to designated score recipients as follows:
- Tests offered continuously — Scores are reported approximately seven calendar days after the test date, except for tests that have constructed-response questions, in which case scores are reported 15 business days after the test date.
- Tests offered during testing windows — Scores are reported approximately two to three weeks after the last day of the window.
Please note that your test takers’ official score reports will be available online via their Praxis accounts on the score report release date, approximately two to three weeks after the test date. Their scores will be downloadable and available for one year from the score reporting date.
Some states are automatic score recipients and scores are automatically reported to their Departments of Education. These states are:
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
- Review an Institutional Summary Report that illustrates examples of each core category
- Score Reports for Test Takers
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