A Personal Score Report and a Retest Admission Ticket will be sent to each candidate after he or she has written the MAT. The Retest Admission Ticket contains a record of the candidate’s MAT history, including the version of the test taken. If the candidate should choose to rewrite the MAT, the administrator of the test will determine what version will be written based on the Retest Admissions Ticket. If the candidate takes the same version of the test more than once within 12 months, the test results will be deemed invalid. In this case, the test scores will not be released. In order to prevent this from occurring, the candidate should inform the CTC in question that he or she has taken the test before, and present the Retest Admission Ticket when registering to retake the test. If the candidate fails to do this and repeats the same version of the test, the score will not be considered valid, and the fee will not be refunded.
If the Admission Ticket has been lost and the candidate wishes to rewrite the test, he or she should write to Harcourt Assessment Inc. requesting a replacement ticket. The letter should include the following information: name, address, SSN or SIN, telephone number, email address, and the date of the last test taken. A money order for $25.00 made payable to Harcourt Assessment, Inc. should be included with the request. This fee does not include the cost of retaking the test; it is simply for a new Retest Admission Ticket. Cash and personal checks are not accepted as payment. The fee for a new Retest Admission Ticket is not refundable.