AEPA: Transmission of Test Scores

Official scores are mailed approximately one month after the testing date. Precise score release dates can be found on the AEPA website. At 5 p.m. on the score release date, an unofficial score report will be available on the Internet. In order to access this information, you will need to provide your date of birth and AEPA identification number. You can access your unofficial score report only once, so be ready to print a copy or write down anything you want to remember. It usually takes a few days for the official score report to arrive at your residence, the ADE, and any institutions specified during registration.

The official score report includes a complete evaluation of your performance, including your passing status. Passing status is determined by combining the score from the selected-response items with the score from the performance assignments. The combined score is placed on a scale from 100 to 300. The minimum passing score on the AEPA tests is 240. The official score report will include a summary of your performance in every subarea of the test.

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