EMAC Scoring & Results

Scoring Procedures

Each form of the EMAC contains 100 multiple choice questions. All questions are scored for criterion purposes, therefore the examinee should respond with equal effort to all questions. The minimum criterion score (passing) is derived from a modified Angoff procedure.

Examination Results

You can expect to receive your score report via first class mail approximately eight weeks after the exam date. No scores are released by telephone. EMAC score report contains:

  • Five content area scores and the total number of correct repsonses
  • The group mean and standard deviation for each content area and the total score
  • The minimum criterion score (passing) for that form of the EMAC

If your total score meets or exceeds the minimum criterion score, you have passed the EMAC.