In EdReady, goals define the pathways that you take. For example, you may see a goal for “college readiness”. If you choose this goal, you will be given a diagnostic and then a study path that helps you to better prepare for college-level math and/or English and ideally get started on credit-bearing courses. Some goals do not include EdReady assessments; instead, these goals may point you to sites and resources outside of EdReady. These “external” goals can be used to help you organize the various tasks that you should attend to in order to truly prepare yourself for whatever you aspire to, whether that is to pass a class, graduate from high school, refresh your knowledge, or get into a college or university. You can opt in to and out of goals at any time.
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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?