Release of Results
Results are issued to each candidate and to the institution requiring MSAP UK scores.
You will be notified by email when your results are available to access in your ACER User Account. Your result notification is sent to the same email address you used to register for the test and to receive your test Admission Ticket.
Your email address is very important, so we recommend you register using an address that you use often and that is secure. If you use a Hotmail or Yahoo address please put email@example.com into your address book so your email provider will accept the email.
If you change your email address, please email the MSAP Office at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately, so that we can send your result notification email to the correct email address. Verification of your identity will be required in order to confirm the change.
Results are available to candidates several weeks after the test.
MSAP UK scale scores
MSAP UK results are reported as scores on a range between 50 and 150, with an average score of 100. MSAP tests can differ slightly in difficulty from year to year. Scores are adjusted (scaled) to take account of year-to-year differences in test difficulty. Each Module of MSAP measures a separate attribute or skill and is reported on its own scale.
There is no ‘pass’ or ‘fail’ for MSAP. The university sets MSAP cut-off scores. These are the minimum MSAP scores required to secure an offer and may vary from year to year. The MSAP Office cannot give information regarding cut-off scores.
Results from separate modules are combined and averaged to provide an Overall Score.
What is a percentile ranking?
A percentile rank indicates how a candidate performed in relation to other candidates who sat MSAP in the same year, regardless of the course applied for.
A higher percentile indicates better performance and vice versa. For example, a candidate with a percentile rank of 80 has achieved a score that is as good as or better than 80% of the test-taking population.
Questions about offers of places should be directed to the university, not to the MSAP Office. We are not involved in the selection process and do not have this information.