Discussion in 'Basic Skills Tests' started by englteacher, May 22, 2011.
Nov 27, 2017
Please post your reading score !!
Nov 28, 2017
Rickey, dear, please don't make me do what I can't. There's a fair bit of flex in what 88 raw in reading can scale to. With that said, I must note that VCLA probably doesn't care whether you aced the test or you barely squeaked by, and I really don't see an 88 as barely squeaking by.
Feb 12, 2018
It seems like everyone has had luck on their side with this but I’m not sure I’ll be as fortunate... today I took the VCLA and I received the unofficial reading subtest score of 91% and for the writing subtest I received an unofficial score of 88%... however I literally ran out of time before the written response sections. I was only able to finish ALL multiple choice answers. What are the odds that I’ve actually passed without even seeing or answering any of the open- ended questions? ... I’m panicking because I need to have passed for licensure this month
This person passed with this....... I'm new to the site. I took the VCLA this Friday and earned a 71% on the Reading subtest and a 91% on the Writing subtest. Unfortunately, I ran out of time and was unable to complete either of the essays (summary or argument.)
Are these passing scores? Will I be able to pass the Writing subtest without the essays?
Thank you for your responses..........
You should be in good shape if you didn't do the essays with those scores.
Here is another one.....
I passed the VCLA
I am including my unofficial scores as a reference for future VCLA test takers
Reading subtest 85%=280
Writing subtest 85% =224 (without summary and argument)
Highest total score=504 (required passing score was 470)
You should be in great shape actually......
Keep everyone posted and I would say Congrats at this point.
So even without doing the sentence edits as well as essays I am in good shape!!!???!!!
Feb 17, 2018
Yes, I think so. Let's just say you did fail, like I did, you can retake the writing and have 4 hours to complete it instead of 2. I'm pretty sure you passed but if you didn't you will surely pass the second time. I passed after the second time and writing is not my strength.
Because of licensure I don’t have time to have to take it again so I’m freaking out hoping I pulled it off
It's possible you don't pass but you most likely passed I think. Good luck!!
I really hope you passed. I would hate for you to have to wait to start your licensure program because that’s added stress and more money down the drain...
Feb 21, 2018 at 8:06 AM
I am finishing my Masters and Licensure program through GMU. I am at the end of the road and if I have to take this test over I am going to be way beyond the Due date to turn in my License upgrade packet. That is why I'm so stressed!
Feb 23, 2018 at 5:01 PM
I did not pass as my total score was 454 and you need 470. My only finishing multiple choice made me fail the writing test. So now my question is do I have to take both again or can I just take writing?
Feb 23, 2018 at 5:11 PM
I’m so sorry to hear you did not pass, but like another poster said, you do not have to retake the sections that you already passed. You only have to retake the writing section and so you can just focus on that section.
Feb 23, 2018 at 5:21 PM
And will I have the same amount of time as I did before?
Feb 24, 2018 at 4:39 AM
If I am reading this correctly, then you have 4 hours.
Edit: You only have to retake a section if you scored below a 235 for it. If you got at least 235 for the reading section, then you only have to retake the writing section again.
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