Editing Students' Reading Practice or Other Reading Quiz Scores
After a student takes a Reading Practice or Other Reading Quiz, you can edit the student's total or overall score on the quiz. (You cannot change the student's score for individual questions on the quiz.)
Who can do this with standard capabilities?
District Administrators, District Staff, School Administrators, School Staff, Teachers
Follow these steps to edit quiz scores:
- On the Home page, select Reading Dashboard under Dashboards and Reporting.
- Select Track Student Work.
- At the top of the page, choose the assignment types (the quizzes) and the class that you want to use.
To choose assignment types, select the first link. If you want to narrow the assignment list to Accelerated Reader quizzes, select Practice, then Accelerated Reader; then, check the quiz types that you want to see. (You can only edit scores for Reading Practice Quizzes and Other Reading Quizzes, not Literacy Skills Quizzes or Vocabulary Practice Quizzes.)
To choose the class or group, select the second link. then, in the window that opens, choose the school, teacher, and class or group. In the last column, choose whether to see all students or to select specific students; if you choose "Select Students," check the students. Select Apply.
Make sure that School Year is the selected timeframe in the third link.
- Select the AR 360 Independent Practice plan, which includes the Accelerated Reader quizzes that the students have taken.
- After you click the plan, you will see a list of the quizzes that students have taken. There are two ways to get to the quiz record that you want to edit:
If you are viewing the student's work, select Complete for the score that you want to change. Then, select Rescore.
- Select the arrow next to a quiz title; then, select a student's name to see that student's work and scores.
- Select the name of the quiz. You will see a list of the students who have taken the quiz and their scores.
If you are viewing a list of students who took the quiz, select the score. Then, select Rescore.
You will go to a summary that shows the student's score. Select Edit Score.
Enter a new total score for the assignment. Be sure to enter the number of questions that were answered correctly, not the percentage correct. In the example below, the student answered 9 of the questions correctly, so the total score is 9. After changing the score, select Apply Changes. You will see the new Total Score.
Select Done to go back to the Track Student Work page.