Why does ETS question test scores?
Tests that are developed, administered and/or scored by ETS are widely viewed as accurate assessments of the abilities they are designed to measure. As a result, the millions of people who take these tests each year and the thousands of score recipients who receive their scores count on the validity of the test scores that ETS reports. Therefore, as a matter of fairness to test takers and to those who use test scores in making important decisions about test takers, ETS reviews test scores that may be invalid.
How does ETS question test scores?
The resources below explain in detail the process by which ETS questions test scores when concerns arise about their validity, and the options available to test takers when this occurs.
Please contact the Office of Testing Integrity if you have any questions regarding questioned test scores:
United States, U.S. Territories and Canada only
|Mail:||Office of Testing Integrity; ETS; Princeton, NJ 08541|