Can I print Reading Counts quizzes? Can I edit questions?

Some of the questions seem a little "off" or confusing. Is there a way to eliminate them from the quizzes?

Posted on: September 01 2017
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  • AskDee

    You can print Reading Counts Quizzes. Please email me at AskDee@sbcglobal.net for complete directions as I cannot fit them into the character limit here. It is done in the Books tab in the Reading Counts Quiz Manager. You can print as many or as few questions (up to 30) as you want for the quiz. Every time they print the questions are in a different order. An answer key prints with the quiz. You cannot edit a quiz that has been entered. You can create your own quizzes though. Dee, AskDee

    AskDee, How do I create my own quizzes? Can I email you for the directions on how to limit the amount of questions my students see?


    Of course, you may email me. My email address is AskDee@sbcglobal.net. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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