Professional Readiness Examination (PRE) Passing Score Alternatives

The passing score for each Professional Readiness Examination (PRE) subtest is 220. If a candidate has met or exceeded the passing score on two of the three PRE subtests, and he or she meets or exceeds the Alternative Score on the third PRE subtest according to the table below, that candidate shall be considered to have passed the PRE as a whole. Contact the academic advisor or certification officer at your institution for more information about the PRE alternatives.

If your test date is:
And you have met or exceeded the 220 passing score on two of the PRE subtests, then the Alternative Score* you must meet or exceed on the third PRE subtest is:
Reading Subtest Alternative Score
Mathematics Subtest Alternative Score
Writing Subtest Alternative Score
January 30–February 11, 2017 200 198 202
January 14, 2017 200 198 197
December 5–17, 2016 200 198 197
November 7–19, 2016 200 198 197
October 15, 2016 193 196 197
September 12–24, 2016 200 198 197
August 15–27, 2016 193 198 197
July 9, 2016 200 193 197
June 20–July 2, 2016 197 198 202
May 23–June 4, 2016 200 198 202
April 23, 2016 200 196 197
March 28–April 9, 2016 200 198 197
February 1–13, 2016 200 198 197
January 9, 2016 200 196 197
December 2015 200 198 197
November 2015 193 198 197
October 2015 200 198 197
September 2015 200 198 202
August 2015 197 198 202
July 2015 193 196 197
June 2015 200 198 202
May 2015 197 198 202
April 2015 200 198 197
March 2015 200 198 198
February 2015 197 198 202
January 2015 193 198 197
December 2014 200 198 202
November 2014 197 198 202
October 2014 200 198 197
September 2014 200 198 202
August 2014 200 198 202
July 2014 200 198 197
June 2014 200 198 202
May 2014 200 198 202
April 2014 200 198 197
March 2014 200 198 202
February 2014 200 198 202
January 2014 200 198 202
December 2013 200 198 202
November 2013 200 198 202
October 2013 200 198 202

*Test forms for the MTTC are statistically equated to compensate for variations in test form difficulty. The Alternative Scores reflect the statistically equated score.