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RI glitch???

So this is my first year/experience with Read 180; I logged on as a student so that I could see what they see, and decided to take the RI test. It said my lexile is a 376!!!! But I only answered one question wrong...Help???!!!

Posted on: September 04 2018
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  • AskDee

    This is not truly an issue. I don't know what you set as your grade level or reading level. I also don't know which point you were at in the software. Frequently, there is only one question answered incorrectly. I don't fully understand the algorithm as that is proprietary information. Please email me directly at AskDee@sbglobal.net. I'll send you a Best Practices Guide and connect you to some other explanations of the Reading Inventory. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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