Eresults – how to obtain information
If you’re looking to obtain information on the whereabouts of an individual, including their date of birth, current address and even possible places they may have lived in the past, you can do so with what are known as eresults. Eresults are often requested by individuals and companies looking to verify someone’s identity or obtain information on individuals who owe them money (including credit card companies, banks, collection agencies and law firms). Obtaining an individual’s eresults involves contacting the social security administration (SSA) directly, but that task can be easier than it sounds if you follow these simple steps.
How do I check results?
The eResults system is a secure online registration and results management system. In order to log in and access your child’s tests, you will need your last name and email address as well as a unique username and password that was assigned by your school. These are all available in an envelope that was sent home with each student after their testing date. If you do not have these, please contact your school’s office for further assistance.
What if I have a question about the results?
Feel free to contact us via email ([email protected]) or by phone at 877-633-6224 during normal business hours. You can also reach out directly through our online chat service if you prefer. We can help answer any questions about your Eresults order, even if you have already left a review on Trustpilot or elsewhere. If you have concerns about your order, we will do everything possible to make sure that you are satisfied with your purchase. We want all of our customers to be happy!
What if I need an official copy of my results?
If you need an official copy of your results, Eresults can help. The National Student Clearinghouse provides a transcript ordering service that offers three ways to get your official results sent directly to you or whomever you designate: by email , by regular mail and Express Mail . Keep in mind, there is a $15 fee for all transcript orders.
What do I do if the test center was closed?
If your test center was closed, you will have been notified via email. If you do not receive an email from LSAC, there are a few reasons why. First, check your SPAM folder for emails from [email protected] and mark them as safe; emails from LSAC may end up in your SPAM folder. Second, check your Trash folder.
How can I get my scores faster than 6 weeks?
If you registered for a test within 48 hours of your scheduled test time, or have an application on file with ETS and we have all of your paperwork, your scores will be available about 3 weeks after testing. If you tested more than 48 hours prior to registration, or did not complete all necessary paperwork before registering, your scores will not be released until 6 weeks after testing.
Who should take the English test and where can I take it?
You should take an English test if you want to. immigrate or visit Canada and if you are between 18 and 54 years old. Only certain people can take an IELTS test:. You need a minimum score of 7 on each part of IELTS .(Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) in order to qualify for immigration. The results must be no more than two years old when you apply for immigration. Find out more about English language tests here .
How can I register for an English test?
The first step is to go online and search for your desired test center. Click on that location’s name, and it will open a new window where you can select your exam. Then, take note of all of the contact details for your test center—you’ll need these when you register!
How long are TOEFL iBT test scores valid for?
TOEFL iBT scores are valid for two years from your test date. There is no registration fee to re-take a TOEFL iBT test, and you can take it as many times as necessary in order to achieve your desired score. You should always register for each test at least 1 week before its scheduled date. You may register online or by mailing a check or money order payable in U.S.