When Will I Get My Scores?
Select the SLS test you are taking or have taken from the dropdown, and then select your test date from the calendar on the left. After your selection, the right-hand calendar will display the score reporting date. Scores are posted after 5 p.m. ET on the date shown.
Available Test dates
Estimated score delivery
How Will I Get My Scores?
Your official score report is available to you online via your SLS account
Scores reported on or after July 21, 2017, will be available online for 10 years from the score reporting date. We recommend saving a copy of your score report for future reference. Even if you registered by mail or by phone, you must create an SLS account online to view your scores. Test takers do not receive a paper score report in the mail. After 10 years, your score report will no longer be available.
Your scores will also be sent to up to four institutions/agencies that you select during the registration process.
Note: On rare occasions, some scores may be unavailable on the dates specified due to processing delays or data updates.
Note: Fees are not refunded when you cancel your scores or choose to stop taking a test. Once scores are canceled, they cannot be reported or reinstated on your record.
You may cancel your score at the end of the test session, but before viewing your unofficial score on the screen. (Note: Not all SLS tests offer the opportunity to view unofficial scores at the end of a testing session.)
When ETS Cancels Your Scores
As much as possible, ETS scores tests to accurately reflect the performance of every test taker. Accordingly, ETS's standards and procedures for administering tests have two primary goals:
- giving test takers equivalent opportunities to demonstrate their abilities
- preventing test takers from gaining an unfair advantage over others
Reasons for Cancellation
To promote these objectives, ETS reserves the right to cancel any test score whether or not it has already been reported, and to take such other actions as ETS deems appropriate, including banning the test taker from taking any future ETS test and referring the matter to law enforcement authorities, when in ETS's judgment, a testing irregularity occurs; there is an apparent discrepancy in a test taker's identification; the test taker may have engaged in misconduct, including without limitation having someone else take the test for the test taker, obtaining improper access to test questions or answers, disclosing test questions or answers to third parties, plagiarism, or copying or communication; or the score is invalid for another reason.
When ETS cancels a test score that has already been reported, it notifies score recipients that the score has been canceled.
We will provide a copy of the cancellation letter you receive to recipients of your scores.
SLS State Testing Requirements
Sign in to Your SLS Account
Register online, print admission tickets or view/order score reports.
Note: If you are currently signed in to your Praxis® account, please sign out before signing in to your SLS account.