College-Level Academic Skills Test (CLAST)
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How to Obtain CLAST Scores
Teacher certification candidates, who wish to submit CLAST scores to the Bureau of Educator Certification
, will need to obtain an official score report that display their CLAST scores.
- If the teacher certification candidate took the CLAST prior to July 1, 2002, then the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE) testing contractor, ES Pearson, will have their CLAST scores on file and can produce a duplicate score report, which will be accepted by the Bureau of Educator Certification.
Instructions from ES Pearson for obtaining a duplicate score report.
- If an individual took the CLAST before July 1, 2002, but did not pass the subtest(s) until after July 1, 2002, the passing score will not be on file and is not eligible for teacher certification purposes.
- If an individual's CLAST scores are listed on their transcript as a 999(99), 998(98), 997(97), or 996(96), then the individual was exempted from taking the CLAST and, therefore, does not have passing scores.