Using Your WorkKeys Scores

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View all of your WorkKeys test scores from the past five years, see if you qualify for a National Career Readiness Certificate, and purchase a transcript.

Order a Complete WorkKeys Transcript

A WorkKeys transcript includes assessment, date tested, and level achieved. It also includes a National Career Readiness Certificate number, level, and issue date.

View a sample WorkKeys transcript.

Earn The National Career Readiness Certificate

To earn The Certificate, you must take the Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information assessments.

More Ways to Use Your Scores

Add key information about your WorkKeys scores or National Career Readiness Certificate to your application or resume. See more about using The Certificate.

Take your WorkKeys score report or National Career Readiness Certificate along with you when you go to a job interview to show the employer that you have the skills needed for the job.

If you are planning to attend a community or technical college, include your WorkKeys scores in your application materials. Many institutions use WorkKeys as an entrance exam.

Give employers your National Career Readiness Certificate number or unique Web address. Employers can verify your Certificate.

Browse the WorkKeys scores needed by job title to find out the average scores needed for more than 400 occupations.


When we hire, we typically have 1,000 applicants for 30 positions. If they pass the tests and get a certificate, they're closer to getting ahead in the job application process. Bernadette Young, human resources manager at Energizer

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