For the psychometric tests at PASS we’re not just using a correct/incorrect scoring method. We believe (and this has proven over time) it is more beneficial to calculate your performance with our performance algorithm.
For this we take the correct and incorrect answers and the amount of test time available into account, plus an additional “PASS” factor. This results in your performance which is shown at the end of the test.
This could mean that even though you’ve had a certain number of correct answers in your test, that the balance in relation to your incorrect answers and the time available results in a low performance.
The same applies for the other way around, if you’ve scored a large amount of correct answers and you’ve had a low amount of incorrect answers, that the PASS performance calculation shows a high percentage.
At PASS the performance goal line is defined at 80% as this has proven to be very effective for the real assessment tests. So in general our advice is to achieve a score of at least 80% for each test.
Wishing you all the best!