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You may access your score report online beginning at 10:00 p.m. on the score report date indicated for your test. Score reports are available for 45 days as PDF documents, which you may view, print, and save for your records. Additionally, your testing history, reported as pass/fail status, is available to you through your account.

Your score report will also be sent to you by email if you requested this service during the registration process.

If you have not received your score report two weeks after the score report date, contact Evaluation Systems. Under no circumstances will your score report information be released in person or by telephone or fax.

Score Report Dates

Score Report Release Dates
Paper-based testing
Test Date Score Report Date
October 25, 2014 November 26, 2014
March 7, 2015 April 10, 2015
May 9, 2015 June 12, 2015
July 11, 2015 August 14, 2015
Score Report Delays

Score reports for Russian for testing beginning October 25, 2014, will be delayed pending the setting of a passing standard for this updated test.

Under some circumstances, score reports may be delayed. For example:

  • Score reports for newly developed or redeveloped tests may be delayed in order to set standards. Any such delays are noted on the information page for that test.
  • Some individuals' score reports may be delayed due to problems with registration or other matters.

In addition, your score report will be delayed if there are problems with your payment, and your test results may be permanently voided if you have any outstanding balance owed by you to Evaluation Systems after a test session for which you were registered. For more information, review the payment policy.

Scores Reported to Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Educator Preparation Programs

Your scores are reported to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and automatically added to your licensure file once you apply for a license, based on your social security number or Department-issued identification number. Your score report is also sent automatically to the Massachusetts educator preparation program(s) you indicated during registration. In addition, if you give explicit permission, your educator preparation institution will also receive the last five digits of your social security number.

You may also access your MTEL testing history reported as pass/fail status on the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Licensure website at www.doe.mass.edu/educators link opens in a new window; select "Online Tools, ELAR (Educator Licensure and Recruitment)." If you have not already done so, you will have to create an ELAR profile.

Your score report is for your information only; do not submit it with your application for licensure. Keep your score report for your permanent records.

Interstate Score Reporting Request. For some tests (e.g., Foundations of Reading [90], General Curriculum [03]), candidates may request to have their scores reported to the state teacher certification/licensing agency in a participating state. Learn more about the Interstate Score Reporting Request.

Additional Copies of Your Score Report

If 45 or more days have passed since the score report release date, you may request additional copies of your score report by submitting a completed Additional Score Report Request Form with correct payment to Evaluation Systems. Additional copies may be sent to you only. The fee for an additional copy of your score report is $10. Payment must be made by personal check, cashier's check, or money order. Please allow two to four weeks from the receipt of the request for delivery.




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