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How can I find out my exam results?

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An online exam may provide an online score for a student, whereas a paper exam is often marked with a grade for the student to see at a later date. A driving exam usually yields a same-day grade, whereas professional licensing exams may take many days, or longer, to assess.

Determining how to find an exam result depends greatly upon the type of exam. Some exams provide instant results displayed on a computer screen following the exam. Others may require a user name and password in order to log in and read test results. In some instances, students may check the wall for their posted grade or simply ask the teacher for their score.


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