There is a limit to the amount of information we can gather from the initial diagnostic test in EdReady. If you did well on the questions in the initial diagnostic related to a specific unit, then EdReady shows you that “you did well on” those units, but it will often take additional questions to determine if you have truly “mastered” the relevant material. If you did well on a unit, there may not be any reason for you to study the material you probably already know! However, there may be reasons why you want to review that material, or if you are going to have to demonstrate readiness for a lot of the material, then you may be asked to study those units anyway. You can try to achieve the “mastered” status by clicking directly on any unit and checking your knowledge for the remaining topics.
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- What disability supports does EdReady provide?
- Troubleshooting / Need Help
- What if I need to switch Goals (classes)?
- When should I receive my account activation email? Mine never showed up.
- What does the suggestion and search dialog do on the My Schools page?
- What are "Goals"?
- When should I use EdReady?
- Why do I need to create an account?
- Why is my school or program directing me to EdReady?
- Why do I need to provide a zip code or location?