Ways to Check PTET Exam Outcomes
As part of their pre-licensing process, many schools will check on your educational background in an attempt to determine your aptitude for the subjects they will be teaching you during the next two years. The way that this is administered differs by school, but there are a few general guidelines that should always be observed. Many schools ask that students complete a written examination in addition to or separate from their score on the main entrance test. In other words, if you have good grades on your TOEFL or GMAT scores you may be asked to take the written portion of the exam. Your percentile score may be lower than average on these tests but your school may insist on having this portion of the exam completed in order to give you a more accurate comparison with other potential students. For instance, if you have a low percentile but the school is insisting on a TOEFL essay, it is best to prepare both the essay and the exam so that you have comparable scores on both sections.
There are a number of ways to check the official outcome of your course. Most schools have an official page on their website that contains information on the subject area that you are studying, your percentile on the exam, your course score, and any exams that you have failed. In addition, there are a number of webpages on the school's website that allow you to track your coursework, view your percentile, and see any exams that you have failed. Many schools also post a copy of your TOEFL, GMAT, or GRE scores on their website as well, which can be a good source of motivation for you as you strive to improve your scores.
When you have good, acceptable results on all three areas, you may notice a change in the amount of attention you are given by your instructors. This is not necessarily a sign that you have been granted better training, but it is certainly worth a closer look. It could be as simple as a decrease in class load, or as drastic as an actual withdrawal from class by your instructor. Whatever the case, it is always a good idea to check the official outcome of your course to find out exactly where you stand. You never know what might affect your score, so doing your homework is one of the best ways to check your results!