Score Reporting: Preliminary and Final
The scaled score candidates receive at the test center after completing the exam
is a preliminary score and not notification of certification and registration.
Following proper documentation of candidate eligibility, ARRT mails an official
score report and certification and registration results to the candidate at the address in the candidate's
ARRT file and lists newly certified and registered individuals in the online
ARRT Directory. Candidates who haven't received their
final results after three weeks should call the ARRT office.
If ARRT finds that information or fees provided by the candidate are inaccurate
or incomplete, ARRT may cancel the scores or hold the results for up to six months
after the date of examination. If the candidate is found to be ineligible or the
issue is not resolved after six months, ARRT cancels the scores.
ARRT employs several quality-control procedures to ensure that all exams are scored
with complete accuracy. However, for a fee and within a specified time period candidates
may request a review of the accuracy of the scoring process if they feel an error
Candidates can find more detailed information on score reporting, interpreting,
and appeals in the
handbooks for each discipline.