Exit Exams: Scores Appear on Student Transcripts
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Exit Exams: Scores Appear on Student Transcripts

Why does it matter? States benefit when students take learning and exams more seriously. If scores will be provided to college admissions officers, they are more likely to do so

Highlights:

Methodology: This information was collected from state statutes, rules and regulations, and state education agency Web sites, and will be updated as new policies and programs are enacted.

Sources for all data points are accessible through this link.

Last updated: June 18, 2007

Research conducted by Michael Colasanti.  Please contact Jennifer Dounay Zinth at 303.299.3689 or jdounay@ecs.org with comments or questions about this database.  


Scores appear on student transcripts
Alabama

No

Alaska

Yes

Arizona

Yes

Arkansas

Yes

California

Yes

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

Yes

Georgia

Yes

Hawaii
Idaho

No

Illinois
Indiana

Yes

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana

No

Maine
Maryland

Yes

Massachusetts

Yes

Michigan
Minnesota

Yes

Mississippi

No

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada

No


Notes/Citation: There is no statewide policy regarding scores on student transcripts, however a local district may decide to include them.
New Hampshire
New Jersey

Yes

New Mexico

Yes

New York

Yes

North Carolina

Yes

North Dakota
Ohio

No

Oklahoma

Yes

Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina

No

South Dakota
Tennessee

No

Texas

Yes

Utah
Vermont
Virginia

No

Washington

No

West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
American Samoa
Guam
Puerto Rico

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