Brentford took the lead through Billy Clarke, but Peter Thorne's stoppage-time equaliser secured a valuable point to keep Bradford's play-off hopes alive, while Scott's automatic promotion-chasers have not won in four matches.
Scott said: "I was delighted with the performance and our work rate. It was a good end of season match with both sides having something to play for.
"I thought we were outstanding and we were disappointed to draw the game, but when you see the other results this wasn't a bad result for us.
"This was a tough game. In fact we have had a tough spell of games recently, but to get through a spell like that and play as well as we did against Bradford gives you a lot of belief and shows we have the desire and will to get promoted."