Why aren't the test scores highlighted in blue?
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    JenniferJ is offline Member Regular
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    Default Why aren't the test scores highlighted in blue?

    I thought you could click on your child's test score and view the test and see if it was mastered or not. Today I logged in as my student and her scores weren't blue and I couldn't click on them.

    Thanks, Jennifer
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    Did you look in "Reports" under "My Portfolio?" What subject and grade?

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    JenniferJ is offline Member Regular
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    I don't know if I looked under reports or not...could it be that she is a first grader, because my 3rd grader's scores are highlighted?

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    Only tests and quizzes will be "clickable". First graders do not have many tests and quizzes. Are you sure she has taken a test or quiz?

    Click here to learn more about reports. There are three pages that cover reports.

    Please feel free to ask more questions. It takes about two weeks for most members to feel they know their way around the program.

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    JenniferJ is offline Member Regular
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    Maybe it IS just a graded activity and not a quiz or test.

    I am so GLAD to hear that it takes 2 weeks or so to get accustomed to everything!! That is why I wanted to get started right away, so I could start learning everything.

    Thanks!!
    Mother to 4, teacher to 5
    3 kids using T4L: DD7, DS11 and the neighbor's grandson age 12

    T4L helps me homeschool while dealing w/ ADD, ADHD, SPD, dyslexia,dysgraphia, low comprehension,LD

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