Write Score Test Scoring from Home – Is It Right for You?
Write Score offers one of the work at home opps that I’m seeing more and more of in the form of test scoring. Teachers looking to supplement your income after retirement might enjoy this work. Also, those hoping to get out of the classroom setting and work at home full time should consider jobs grading state tests like this one.
Requirements for Write Score
Most programs that want freelance contractors to handle test scoring require a teaching background with a Bachelor’s degree. Write Score doesn’t. However, you will need to show proof of an associate’s degree. I’m guessing applicants with teaching experience will be given preference. Write Score doesn’t require that you have prior test scoring experience.
Keep in mind, they are looking for individuals who are computer literate, have strong communication skills, and are reliable about meeting deadlines and submitting high-quality work.
You need to be a current U.S. resident and have reliable internet and a good computer. They also like to communicate via email. You can contact Write Score to learn more about the application process. But also check out CareerBuilder, I’ve seen the company promote there.
The Training Program
To me, it looks like the most difficult aspect of working for Write Score will be the training. Everyone reports that the training is long and intense. Some have stated that training consists of 300 test items to score. Successfully getting through training doesn’t guarantee a position. Apparently, the company only has a limited number of opportunities available and there isn’t always space for everyone to be given assignments.
The company doesn’t charge anything for the training. They do not offer paid training either. You’ll have to decide if your willing to devote a chunk of your time to the training. You might ultimately decide that your time would be better spent looking for other work at home opportunities. (See more Online Test Scoring Jobs that I have listed.)
There are some Write Score reviews on Glassdoor. They score almost 3 stars out of 5.
The Pay at Write Score
Though I don’t know the exact amount of money earned scoring tests for Write Score, I do know it varies between $8 and $15 an hour. The higher quality scores you can process in an hour, the better you’ll be paid.
I don’t know if the company offers any additional benefits or not. Reports from individuals who currently work for Write Score state that the company is always on time with payments.
Is This Online Scoring Job Flexible?
For the most part, Write Score is a very flexible source of income. When a project is assigned to you, it comes with a deadline that’s strictly enforced so if you struggle to meet deadlines, Write Score probably isn’t for you.
As I stated earlier – they do not have a “Careers” or “Open Jobs” page on their site – but they do have a contact form and you can reach out to them using it here. As well, they post jobs on CareerBuilder when they have openings.