CCRG Math consists of three Tiers, and students must earn a passing score (80) on a Tier Test in order to move on to the next Tier. This short video walks through each step of the workflow in detail.
Within each Tier:
Students will begin in the Main Module/ primary study path and then will move on to a Tier Test when they are ready. Students that perform well on the Tier Test will be ready to move on to the following Tier, while others will need to work in the Test study path and take an additional Tier Test.
Math Score Thresholds:
- Students need to earn a score of 100 in the Main Module/ primary study path
- Students need to earn a score of at least 80 on a Tier Test (diagnostic test for a "Test" study path) to earn the right to move on to the next Tier
Tier Test Attempts:
The CCRG Math approach has a maximum of 5 Tier Test attempts available for students to complete. Students will not be able to test more than 5 times, so it is critical that they are only given access to each Test attempt when they have completed the work to learn the items they did not previously get correct on the last attempt.
NOTE: the first, second, and third attempts will all generate a study path, allowing the student to study the items they did not get correct on the Tier Test. The fourth and fifth attempts DO NOT generate a study path, so their instructor should provide additional intervention. The previous study paths (main module and all previous Tier Tests) will remain available for the student to review.
IMPORTANT: Tier Test scores in EdReady are the only details shared with North Carolina Community Colleges and are used to give students credit for completing the CCRG-equivalent courses at the college-level.
A look at the student workflow can be found in the below flowchart: