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How can I delete a student's Reading Inventory score so that their initial placement is reset again?

I'm concerned that a student was looking up words while taking the Reading Inventory; her score is inconsistent with other reading data I have for her from last year and the beginning of this year. I want her to retake the assessment and get a new growth goal from the program.

By glallo
Posted on: October 02 2018
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  • AskDee

    If a student has a "bad" test that needs to be deleted, a person with administrative rights to SAM can delete that "bad" test using the Reading Inventory Grading Tools in the Roster screen for that student. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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