Scoring and Results
Last verified on January 16, 2019
All ABR exam scoring is criterion referenced, meaning that a passing standard is established in advance of the exam. The exam is not graded on a curve, and there is no set percentage of failures.
The Certifying Exam is scored as pass or fail, and feedback will be provided to examinees. The one required module and the three elective modules all must be passed as a group. If the result is “fail,” the entire exam must be retaken.
After the exam has been scored, the Board will post candidates’ results in myABR
. Program directors and chairs will receive the same information for all their candidates and former candidates in order to help in evaluating and improving their training programs. Results for the Certifying Exam are posted approximately eight to ten weeks after the exam.
After the Certifying Exam has been passed, the RISE exam will be scored based on the RISE content taken in both the Core and Certifying exams. This result will not have any impact on the pass result for the Certifying Exam itself.
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