CSET scores are informally made available on the Internet by 5:00 p.m. on the test report date. These results are informal only and should only be used to determine whether you probably passed or not. These results may only be viewed one time, and are only available for about two weeks. The formal results are mailed to the address you provided at registration, and to any institutions you asked the results be released to. When you get the results in the mail, there will be an explanation packet that will assist you in interpreting the results. If you passed the subtest you will only be notified of passing. You will not receive a score. If you did not pass, you will receive a score so you can determine where you had trouble. If your payment for the CSET test has not gone through, you have 13 days to ensure that payment is made. If payment is not made during that time, all scores are voided. Subsequent payment is necessary before you can retake the test, but the scores will not be released.
You may request a score verification in writing for an additional fee. If the verification is on the multiple-choice portion, the rescoring will be done right away. The written portion will be rescored the next time the test is offered and scored. If there is an adjustment of the score, you will be notified in writing, and your verification fee will be refunded to you. If the score is not changed, you will be notified in writing that the score is affirmed, and you do not get a refund of the verification fee.