Question: How can I start working on the public EdReady site if I can no longer use my school's EdReady site?
Instructions: If for any reason you can no longer use your school's EdReady site, we have a public EdReady site for independent study that you can use to continue to prepare for college math and English or common placement exams. This site is free for anyone to use.
- Go to https://edready.org and create a new account.
- If you have previously had an account in your school's EdReady site, you will see a warning screen that says you already have an account at your school's EdReady site.
- Put in your password for the school's site and click the button to "add this site" to your account. You will now have access to the public EdReady site with the same email address and password you used before.
- To reach the public site going forward, be sure to use just plain "edready.org" and not your school's EdReady URL.
- Select a new goal to start working on. (NOTE: The public site does not utilize goal keys. All goals are open for anyone to join.)
- The goal called "College Readiness" includes ALL of the content we offer for both math and English, so it is the most comprehensive.
- The other goals are subsets of that scope of content, based on the requirements of various common placement tests.
- Take the diagnostic test for whatever goal you select.
- When you have finished, you will have a new EdReady score and you can continue forward in your personalized study path to reach the target score.
A few things to keep in mind....
- The work you did on your school's EdReady site should help you do better on the new diagnostic, but since the scope of content is completely different we cannot say exactly what impact it will have.
- If you want to share your scores with your school, there is an email/print button that will allow you to do that.
- The public EdReady site is free to use for independent study, but there is no instructional supervision.
- If you need a tutor, we recommend that you contact your local community college and see what they have to offer.
- For additional study resources, check out https://HippoCampus.org.
- If you have any technical issues, you are welcome to reach out to us using the big blue "Help" button at the bottom of EdReady or the tech support request form: https://nrocnetwork.org/ticket