GACE® Test Results and Score Reporting
Reporting and Canceling Your Scores
At the end of a test, you are given the option of reporting or canceling your scores. You should consider very carefully before making your decision. In order to have your scores reported to you, to the GaPSC, or to any score recipients you designate, you must choose to report your scores at the end of your test.
If you choose to cancel your scores, they will not be reported to you, to the GaPSC, or to any additional score recipients you selected, and they cannot be reinstated. Learn more about Canceling Your Scores.
At the conclusion of your test, you will be able to view unofficial scores if your test consists only of selected-response questions and you choose to report your scores. Unofficial scores are not available for tests that consist of both selected-response questions and constructed-response assignments. These are scored during a scoring session held immediately after the testing window.
If your unofficial score is reported as NS (No Score), further analysis must be done before scoring can be completed. It does not indicate a problem with your test and will not delay reporting of your scores.
Unofficial test results are not acceptable substitutes for an official score report.
How to Get Your Scores
Your scores will be available to you online via your ETS GACE® testing account. For more information on score reporting dates and accessing scores, see Score Reporting Dates.
Sending Your Scores
Your scores are made available to the GaPSC, to your program provider (if you have one), and to any other score recipients you designate. Your score report is for your information only; there is no need to send it to GaPSC or your program provider. For information about sending your scores to additional score recipients, see Sending Your Scores.
Understanding Your Scores
You received your score report. What does it all mean? For more detailed information about what your score report includes, how to interpret your score report, what represents a passing score, and the score scales used to rate your performance on a GACE assessment, see Understanding Your GACE Scores.