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Where can I get Prometric test results?

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Prometric test score availability is based on two factors: test type and testing organization requirements. Exam results are sent directly to the test taker or are available on the Prometric website.

After examination, tests are scored by Prometric, and the results are delivered online for immediate review or sent to the testing organization. Score delivery methods are revealed prior to taking an examination. Contact the testing sponsor, not Prometric, to inquire about test results and delivery methods. Prometric delivers and oversees over 10 million tests per year for over 400 professional organizations. It serves as an unbiased proctor to ensure test takers legitimately earn credentials.


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