EdReady has two main sections that students work in: Learn and Test.
The "Learn" section of the EdReady study path is composed entirely of study materials. It doesn't have any impact on the EdReady score. EdReady does save the student's progress, so they can continue from one session to the next. But they can also retake the Practice and Review tests, re-watch the videos, and re-read the Topic Text materials as many times as necessary without penalty.
This is a screenshot of the Topic Home page, where student progress is recorded by checkmarks (complete) and bookmarks (return later).
The "Test" section of the EdReady study path is where students can improve their overall EdReady score (shown in the progress bar at the top of the screen). At the end of each short topic test, they will be told whether they "mastered" the topic or not. If they have not mastered it yet, then they must go back to the "Learn" section to study before they can take the test again. (The "Test" button will be grayed out.)
As students continue this cycle of Learn and Test, they will see their EdReady score rise.
When students master a topic test, their EdReady score may only rise by a point or two, or perhaps not at all. There is no need for concern. The impact of each test on the student's overall score varies greatly depending on how many learning objectives are covered by the Study Path. Since EdReady only shows the score as a whole number, a test that has a smaller impact may not raise the score by a full point.