If you are working on your school's custom EdReady site, they may have set up a private Goal that requires a Key. The goal key is like a password to access the Goal.
(Note: You must be logged in to your account with your own password before using the Goal key. It is not a password to your account.)
The key could be anything -- a word or a phrase or some numbers -- that your school set up to allow access to that Goal to only certain students. It is generally logical and human-readable.
If you were not given a key, and your EdReady site requires one, you should return to the person or department that told you to use EdReady and ask for the key. If they do not know it, they can ask the "EdReady Administrator" at your school.
- Your key is NOT the long, random, activation code that was emailed to you when you signed up for EdReady.
- The key is never sent by EdReady; it is only given out by your school.
- If you were given a key, but it is not working, check to be sure you are entering it correctly.
- Be sure you are on the correct EdReady site. Your school's site will have a URL like "myschool.edready.org" whereas the public EdReady site is just plain "edready.org". The public site does not accept goal keys.
- Keys are case-sensitive (ThisKey is not the same as THISkey) and do not contain spaces.
- Check for accidental spaces at the beginning or end of the key.
We at EdReady do not give out goal keys to students. We do not create or manage them. Only your school can do that.
If you need help figuring out who to talk to, you can get in touch with us and we will be happy to assist.