PCAT Scoring and Reporting
Within 5 weeks following the end of the testing window, your Official Score Report will be available online for 1 year from the date of your test administration, and Official Transcripts will be sent by the U.S. Postal Service to the institutions you designated to receive your scores.
Your PCAT scores will be reported on your Official Transcript unless you selected the "No Score Option" at the time of your test administration. Beginning with the July 2016 PCAT administration, all percentile ranks are based on 2015 norms.
Pharmacy schools will only accept Official Transcripts.
Under no circumstances will scores be reported over the phone, emailed, or faxed.
Requesting Official Transcripts
If your specified Pharmacy College has not received your Official Transcript 7 weeks after the last test date in the testing window, you are eligible to receive a replacement Official Transcript, provided the proper recipient code and school were specified. You must email your request to PCAT Customer Relations no later than 10 weeks after the last testing date in the testing window. Requests received after 10 weeks must be accompanied with the appropriate fees.