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FAQ

How do you adjust the date range setting for benchmark testing?

To administer a benchmark test, first check the date range setting. Setting and opening a benchmark window is always at 
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Where do I find the progress monitoring scoring guidelines?

If you login to your account and go to the Reports tab you’ll notice two documents for download, located in 
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Taking an online benchmark test.

Benchmark measures are not assigned like progress monitoring measures. Since they are only taken by students on-grade, the system already 
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When will my Deluxe account expire?

To find out when you Deluxe subscription expires, login to your account and click on the Admin tab located near 
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What Lite/Deluxe data is collected?

The following student demographic information is collected (if supplied by the user): -Name of student as supplied by the user, 
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Can EasyCBM generate a Lexile score?

Neither the easyCBM Lite or Deluxe versions can generate a Lexile score. Our District partners at Riverside Insights, however, have 
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When were the reading stories written and when will they be updated?

Some of the MCRC and PRF stories included in the easyCBM system were written in 2006 (grades 3-4), others between 
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If I let my Deluxe upgrade expire, will I still have access to the reports?

If you let your Deluxe subscription expire, you will have reports from the measures that are available on the Lite 
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How do I delete a benchmark measure?

Before you can delete a student's benchmark measure, you need to make sure the benchmark testing window is open. To 
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Percentage vs. Percentile

When we say "Percent" we are really saying "per 100". It is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction 
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