Score reporting is among the most challenging aspects of test development. Recent work in test score reporting has primarily focused on educational score reports. Although credentialing agencies have also invested in improving their score reporting efforts, the quality of reports remains inconsistent. Advances achieved in reporting student performance related to performance levels have great relevance to reporting pass-fail decisions in credentialing. Similarly, the growing reliance in education on domain scores and diagnostic feedback corresponds to the needs of failing credentialing candidates to identify skill improvement areas prior to subsequent test administrations. This paper synthesizes recent findings in educational score reporting to identify emerging best practices applicable to credentialing (i.e., certification and licensure).