EdReady Math Placement
EdReady is a free, online tool that you can use at anytime for math placement. Be sure to read the instructions carefully. If you have questions, be sure to check the FAQ and Troubleshooting section.
Follow the steps below to get started on your math placement with EdReady. This information is also available here (PDF).
- Click "Go to EdReady" below. Click “Get Started” and enter your information to create
- Decide which level you want to take and enter the key for that level when asked. The keys are listed below with information on the two levels.
- Click on "Get Started!", then "Go to Goal" and then "Start diagnostic" to begin the
- While in the assessment, remember that you can click "Pass" if you do not know the
answer to a question. If you need to stop testing before finishing, you can select
"Save and close."
- Once you have completed the assessment, you will need to notify the Placement staff
that you have finished by sending a screenshot of your results. See the "What do I do when I'm done?" section below for more information.
Before you can start the assessment, you will need to pick which level you want to start with. See below for the keys and more information on what the levels cover.
Enter this Key: placement_level1
If you expect to place into any of the courses below, start with Level One.
Enter this Key: placement_level2
If you expect to place into any of the courses below, start with Level Two.
What do I do when I'm done?
Once you are done, you will need to submit your results. If you are attending the Wenatchee campus, email a screenshot of your score to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off scores at the Educational Planning and Placement counter on the first floor of Wenatchi Hall. If you are attending the Omak campus, email a screenshot of your score to email@example.com or drop off scores at the Administration Office at 116 W Apple Ave in Omak. See the FAQ and Troubleshooting section below if you have questions on how to take a screenshot.
|Email firstname.lastname@example.org||or||Email email@example.com|
The Placement Staff at WVC can only use the first score you achieve in a section for placement.
Refer to the chart below to see where the EdReady assessment has placed you based on your initial score.
Compare this placement with previous assessments you have taken and/or how well you did in the last math class you took to help decide the math level at which you will be most successful. Before you can sign up for a math class, you will need to submit your score to the the Placement staff.
|Level One*||33-36||Take MATH 90 (or 92 for some technical programs). SDS 103 recommended.|
|37-43||Take MATH 93 (or 92 for some technical programs). SDS 103 recommended.|
|44-53||Take MATH 98 (or 100 for some technical programs). SDS 103 recommended.|
|54 or higher||Take MATH 99 or take the Level Two test.|
|Level Two*||49 or lower||Take the Level One test for placement.|
|50-54||Take MATH 99|
|55-59||Take MATH 107, 140, 141, 146, 171, 200, or PHIL 120|
|60 or higher||Take MATH 107, 140, 141, 142, 146, 148, 151, 171, 200, or PHIL 120|
*EdReady placement is based on initial score only; improved scores must be reviewed by a math faculty for placement. See the next section for more information.
When and where can I take this test?
You can take this test online at any time. You can test on just about any computer that has internet access. However, EdReady does recommend using the latest version of either Firefox or Chrome.
If you would like to test on campus, contact Placement at 509-682-6830 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time.
General technical issues
If you are having technical issues with EdReady, we first recommend that you try using a different browser. Chrome and Firefox tend to work the best with EdReady. If you are still encountering issues, you can reach out to EdReady's technical support by using the blue "Help" button located on the bottom left of that site.
Issues with your key
If you do not see a place to enter a key, be sure that you are on wvc.edready.org and not www.edready.org or another version of EdReady.
If your key did not work, double check that it was entered correctly. Keys are case sensitive.
How do I take a screenshot?
This will vary depending on what computer you have. Below are links to three common options.
Can my EdReady test be reset so I can start over?
No, it cannot be reset. If you want to start over, we recommend that you create a new account using a different email address.
Accessibility in EdReady
While creating your account, you can enable several accessibility features in EdReady. After entering your information, you can select "Show additional options" to enable using EdReady with a screen reader, keyboard focus wherever possible, contrast controls, and a table of contents for all pages. These options can also be turned on or off in your account settings.