If you tried to reset your password but were redirected here, this Help article will explain the problem and how to proceed.
#1 - You Were On The Wrong EdReady Site
When you tried to reset your password, EdReady recognized that you do not have a regular password-type account. (More on that below.)
To further complicate matters, you were attempting to log in on our public EdReady site (just plain "edready.org"), which is for independent study only. It is not associated with your school and any work you do there would not count.
As a result of being on the wrong site, EdReady did not have enough information to redirect you to the correct website for your school, so it sent you to this article for help.
#2 - Your Account Does Not Use An EdReady Password
Your account uses SSO (single sign-on) which means that you must be logged in on your school's website first, and then you will click a link to get into EdReady. EdReady recognizes and authorizes you because you are already logged into your school's website.
Unfortunately, we here at EdReady do not know exactly where that link is. It could be in plain sight on the main page of your school's website, or it might be a link within a particular class you are taking.
Just reading this might have caused you to realize where you are supposed to log in. But if you are unsure of what to do next, you have two options:
- Contact the person or department at school that told you to use EdReady. They can tell you the correct website to log in at, and where the EdReady link is located after you log in.
- Contact EdReady technical support. We will do our best to help get you pointed in the right direction.