Upon completion of the test, a score report is automatically generated. The score report includes the test taker’s name, the date the test was taken, the name of the test and the score received. The score received is represented by the number of points received over the total number of points possible, for example a score of 156/272 indicates that the test taker received 156 points over 272 (full test).
Each section is scored with a number of points (72 each for sections A and B and 64 each for sections C and D). If a candidate decides to take only part of the test, the score will be calculated on the total maximum points of the sections taken. For instance, if you take only sections C and D, the total maximum score will be 128 points.
The score report is generated automatically in the test centre. The results are given straight after the test is taken.