Karachi, Sindh
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I worked at Educational Testing Service part-time (Less than a year)

They do have a consistent payroll schedule and you have the option of choosing which shifts you want to work for. Some of the shifts varies depending on the project that you are working for.

They have the worst training for all scoring projects. First, they think you should know how to interpret the rubric, but in reality they don't. Further, you have to pass calibration tests in order to score the live responses. I have worked for Pearson and even though they have calibrations, they don't require you to pass them. ETS is absolutely a joke to work with. I will never be employed with this company as long …

ETS should be ashamed of themselves of not giving adequate materials and preparation when performing scoring assessments. If the CEO ever reads this comment, they immediately resign and focus more on their employees. Further, I hope you have a decent legal department because the company is under investigation for malicious scoring on certain projects and not following customer standards.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

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I totally agree with you about not giving proper training, ETS just give the rater instruction on how to rate papers; however, they do not give you any practice or anything...They fail you on the first try and if the rater try for a second time and do not pass they are dropped from the program and can not come back after a year. This is ridiculous.

The training session for certification should be more intense. They show you how to navigate their page however, they do not show you with clarity what exactly is expected when grading papers.