Understanding Your MAT Score
Your MAT score report, valid for five years, is comprised of three scores — your raw score (the number of questions answered correctly), your percentile based on the intended major you indicated, and your percentile based on the total group of MAT test-takers.Your score report will also list the institutions that will receive your scores based on the information you filled out during the exam.
Approximately 10-15 business days after taking the MAT, you will receive a personal score report, a Transcript Request Form for requesting additional official score reports, and a Retest Admission Ticket that you must use to gain admittance to retake the MAT. The personal Score Report is for your information only and cannot be used as a substitute for an official score report or a transcript. Official score reports are forwarded to the institutions you identified on test day.
During or immediately following the exam, you can request that your test not be scored by choosing the "no score" option. If you choose this option, your score will not be reported and there will be no official record of your having taken the MAT. A Personal Score Report will be sent to you (without a score) as well as a Retest Admission Ticket allowing you to retake the MAT. Once you invoke the "no score" option, no later requests to score your test and report your scores will be honored.