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School Reports for Educators


Why School Reports are Valuable

You may use the reports to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your program and help improve the pass rates of your students. You can also use the reports to benchmark against the national average.


School Report Options

FSBPT currently provides five school reports with varying amounts of detail.

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    Basic Pass Rate Report (Free):

    The Basic Pass Rate Report provides a report of the data provided to CAPTE relating to graduating class pass rates for the last three years. In addition, there is information about the mean NPTE® scale score for each class, a confidence interval for the mean, and the mean and standard deviation for all students from CAPTE institutions. Pass rates are provided for candidates’ first attempts as well as their ultimate pass rate. The report also includes a roster for each graduation year. See a sample.

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    Graduate Performance Report ($95):

    The Graduate Performance Report provides information on NPTE scores for each student in a graduating class for up to six NPTE attempts, including test dates, provided that they have authorized FSBPT to release their scores. See a sample.

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    Content Area Report ($95):

    The Content Area Report includes the average score for one graduating class broken out by content areas and body systems from the NPTE content outline. The report also includes confidence intervals for the mean scores and the mean and standard deviations for students from CAPTE institutions. The report presents this information in tables and box plot graphics. See a sample.

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    Benchmarking Report ($125):

    The Benchmarking Report allows a school to select between five and ten schools for comparison in terms of first-time pass rates and content area scores. Comparison schools are reported in aggregate. This report allows your school to compare itself to a selection of schools to determine areas of relative strength and weakness for a given graduation year. Like the content area report, the Benchmarking Report presents this information in tables and box plot graphs See a sample.

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    Academic PEAT® Score Report (Free with Academic PEAT Purchase):

    The Academic PEAT Score Report is essentially the same as the Content Area Report, but for PEAT rather than the NPTE. The report also contains a listing of candidates included in the report, and individual students' PEAT score reports can still be reviewed through the school interface. See a sample.

Ordering a Report

Ask your program director or administrator to go to the Educators login to access the free reports or to purchase school reports. You may also refer them to the school report FAQs below:


School Report FAQs

Can I pay with a purchase order?

The online system has two payment options; credit card or invoice. If you pay by credit card, your reports are available to be run the same day. If you prefer to have your institution send a check, you can choose to pay by invoice.

When you choose to pay by invoice, the last screen of the purchase process is the official invoice. The invoice can be printed and submitted to your accounts payable department so that a check can be issued and mailed to FSBPT with the invoice. Please do not send a purchase order—use the invoice you printed at the time you ordered your report.

How often is the report data updated?

The Basic Pass Rate Report, Graduate Performance Report, Content Area Report, and Benchmarking Report are run from a database that is updated eight times per year, after each NPTE exam date. 

When does my report expire?

School report data are maintained for the most recent five full calendar years. When you purchase and run a report, it will remain viewable as long as the data remain available, for up to five full years. Reports will also periodically update for a graduation year as new data becomes available. There is no need to purchase a new report if some of your students wait to take the NPTE.

For example, if you purchased a report in June of 2020, you could choose to run the report for data through June 2020  (January and April administrations), and that report would update as additional students test in July and October. You could also choose to run the report for any year from 2015 to 2019. If you purchase a report for 2015, that report would be available until new data is available for 2021, at which time the 2015 data will be retired.