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Before allowing a student to take a Tier Test it is important to not only verify their scores but to also check key aspects of their activity to ensure they are truly ready to take the test.
- A student is not eligible to take the first Tier Test until they have reached the target score in their initial study path.
- A student does not pass a Tier Test until their initial diagnostic score is 80 or higher.
Key Items to Check
- Access EdReady by clicking the EdReady CCRG logo from NCEdCloud ()
- Click on the Advanced Reporting button () from your EdReady dashboard
- Under the Study Paths With Student Activity tab locate the study path you want to select and click on the Reports link in the Actions column.
- Click on the Student Data tab.
- Locate the student in the list below, you can check their initial diagnostic score and current score to ensure the student has the required score necessary for the study path.
- Next click the Details link in the Actions column.
From the student overview page you can review the number of tests taken, the time spent studying, and review a variety of charts that show different aspects of this student's progress and behavior for this study path. A key indicator a student is not using EdReady as intended is a large number of tests taken and very low study time. This can mean they are testing over and over without spending time in the learn resources.
At the bottom of the page the Study Time / Tests Taken Comparison chart will show you the amount of time and number of tests taken by Topic. This allows you to accurately understand the student's behavior to earn mastery for the material on their study path.
A large purple bar and a small blue bar indicates that the student is testing a topic more than they are visiting the Learn resources: this is a common indicator that the student is testing over and over and not taking time to increase their knowledge.
Next, click on the Tests Taken tab: you can view each test completed (initial diagnostic, topic test, and unit test). Clicking on the Details link to see the individual questions the student was presented during that testing activity. You can review these questions and see the student's answer, correct answer, and the learning objectives the question tested.