To be honest, I think this is a terrible policy. I passed yesterday and was disappointed to not see a score. As professionals, we sacrifice time and energy away from our families to study and achieve these new credentials.
It would be nice to see if all your hard work paid off more than pass/fail? For example, if I studied for 6-months, 2 hours per day, I'd want to know if I 'barely' passed, or if I passed with flying colors.
Yes, I know I passed. But by knowing the score, I can somewhat gauge the effectiveness of my study strategy. If I indeed put that much effort into studying, and only passed by a 'smidgen', then something is wrong with my strategy and it need to be adjusted.
We are professionals and time isn't always easy to come by to continue workin on certifications, CPEs, etc. I do believe that we not only deserve to know how well we did when we pass, but optimize our study efforts to minimize wasted time and energy.
Passing with 100% is very different that passing by 1 question from a fail. Come on ISC2, hear us! I know I'm not alone in this.