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How often can a student take the Phonics Inventory?

Is the minimum interval 30 days?

By rkoski
Posted on: February 08 2018
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  • AskDee

    While the Reading Inventory (RI) is computer adaptive, the Phonics Inventory (PI) is computer administered. The RI changes with every administration. The PI has only three forms of the test within the software. I don't like giving the PI too frequently,, but if your students really did not do their best on the test, you could re-test them. That means when they take the test at the end of the year they will be taking the first form over again. (1 of 2) Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    AskDee

    There is no waiting period between tests. (2 of 2) Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    Not bad, thanks a lot)

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