You may have already started working on a Study Path in one goal, but then you are given a key to work on the same Study Path in a new goal. For example, if your class schedule changes you may have a different instructor and will need to enroll in the new instructor's goal.
If the two Study Paths are the same, EdReady will recognize that you already have progress and will let you pick up where you left off. When you start working on the Study Path in your new goal, EdReady will ask you to choose which goal you want to continue in.
To help avoid confusion, we suggest that you remove yourself from the original goal (that you no longer need) so you can remember to work in the new goal.
Please note that this will only work if the study path is the same in both goals. If you do not see the message asking which goal you want to use, then you will have to start from scratch in the new goal. If you have questions about whether two goals have the same Study Path, please contact your local EdReady administrator.
Here is an example of how it works:
This student already completed the initial diagnostic for "College English Readiness" in his instructor's goal (English 101 - Mr. Torres 5th Period):
His class schedule changed, and now he is taking his English 101 class with a different instructor. He enters the Key for the new instructor's goal (English 101 - Ms. Curry 3rd Period), but when he gets to this page, he initially sees that the Study Path has no score:
He clicks the Start diagnostic button.
Rather than starting the initial diagnostic test from scratch, EdReady recognizes that he already has progress & asks him to choose which Goal he wants to work in. If this student chooses to move the data to the new goal, his old score & status' will automatically show up there: