First, you will take a low-stakes quiz to see what you know today, and what you may need to brush up on or learn for the first time. It’s okay if you don’t know the answer to a question. Simply skip it, and EdReady will make sure that topic is added to your customized study path.
Next, you can work through your personal study path at a pace that fits your schedule. EdReady will give you immediate feedback about your progress, and you’ll have access to a library of online learning resources that will help you gain a deeper understanding of the math and / or English concepts you’re trying to master.
Aim to hit or exceed the set target score for this goal. If you achieve the target score, you should be ready to take on entry-level math and / or English coursework. If you exceed the target score, you’re likely to do well in your first-year classes.
EdReady can’t guarantee your admission into the schools you want, but it can help you avoid having to take remedial classes that cost money and don’t earn you credit toward your certificate or degree.
Sometimes the hardest part of achieving a goal is showing up consistently. If you don’t use EdReady regularly, it can’t help you. Plan to spend at least 30 minutes a session until you get a sense of how much time you need to budget to meet your goal in the timeframe you choose.
If you put in the time and learn the material provided, EdReady can help you become college math and / or English ready.
If you hit any roadblocks or want extra, just-in-time support, take advantage of UPchieve live, virtual, and anonymous math tutoring, available 24/7.