What Is The Question Format?

The questions that will appear on your licensing examination are multiple­choice and give you four options from which to choose your answer. The examination will contain questions with three different multiple­choice formats.

Your exam may include up to five additional questions that will not be scored. These are used to gather statistical information on the questions before they are added to the actual examination for your state. These questions, distributed throughout the exam, WILL NOT:

  • be counted for or against you in your final examination score; OR
  • take any time away from your allotted testing time.

Your total percentage score is computed by dividing the number of questions you answered correctly by the total number of questions in the examination. A total score of 70 percent is required to pass. Exam results are transmitted electronically to the Department. Exam scores are confidential and will be revealed only to you and the Department. You may call or write to Experior to request a duplicate of your Score Report for a period of one year after you complete the examination. Any questions or comments you have about your examination should be directed to Experior.

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