TEST SCORE SUBMISSIONS TO Liberty:
Even though test scores are sent to Liberty electronically from the testing company, teacher candidates are responsible for printing and storing records of individual score sheets. Score sheets must be submitted as a scanned copy to the Gate 3 Student Teaching Application. A hard copy of the score sheets must be submitted to the Liberty Teacher Licensure Office for Gate 4 paperwork.
PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II (RVE and Subject Content) SCORES:
A few weeks after the teacher candidate takes the Praxis exam, the scores may be viewed on the ETS website. At the time of viewing, the scores should be saved in the electronic version by the candidate to be printed in hard copy format. The scores remain on the website approximately 45 calendar days from the score reporting date before they are removed and no longer viewable (or “printable”) by the teacher candidate.
If a candidate forgets to print his/her score sheet during the 45 day window, he/she must then pay another fee to ETS to view and print the scores again. These policies may all be found at the www.ets.org website.
Please remember: even though the teacher candidate requests Liberty University as a score recipient, the scores are only sent to Liberty in a spread sheet format. Therefore the university cannot provide the candidate with individual copies of their score sheets. Printing and keeping up with these score sheets is the candidate’s responsibility!
The VCLA scores are mailed by U.S. Postal Service to the teacher candidate. After receiving these in the mail, the teacher candidate should scan these scores.
Lost score sheets can be requested through the www.va.nesinc.com website for an additional fee.
Where and how will I need to submit these score reports?
Gate 2 Application – scan and attach your Praxis I Math score report and your VCLA score report.
Gate 3 Application – scan and attach your VCLA, Praxis II, (and RVE for Elementary and Special Education candidates) score reports.
Gate 4 – provide paper copies of your VCLA, Praxis II, (and RVE for Elementary and Special Education candidates) score reports to the Teacher Licensure Office.