Editing the LevelSet Grade Level

In order to place students in the correct version of LevelSet, the system uses any information it has about the students’ reading abilities to determine which test is most appropriate.

The LevelSet Grade Level in the Class Settings and on the Student Profile page allows teachers to set the LevelSet test level for the pre-test. If you have any students you suspect are reading well below or well above grade level, you may wish to adjust the LevelSet Grade Level to be lower or higher, accordingly. Although the test adapts based on student performance, setting the assessment level can reduce frustration since it starts students in a test level that is more appropriate for their reading levels.

(Note: For the interim and post-test, all students are placed in the appropriate level of the test based on their current Lexile level.)

To edit the LevelSet Grade Level for an individual student, follow these instructions:

  1. Log into your eScience3000 Teacher's Edition. (Note: If you have access to multiple Achieve3000 programs, select eScience3000 after logging in.)
  2. Click Admin at the top of the screen.
  3. Click User Administration.
  4. Click on Edit student and teacher information.
  5. Select the Class of the student and click SUBMIT.
  6. Click on the student’s user name for the student whose LevelSet level you would like to adjust.
  7. On the Edit User page, select the appropriate LevelSet Grade Level for the student.
  8. Click SUBMIT to save your changes.

To edit the Assessment Grade Level for all students in a class, follow these instructions:

  1. Log into your eScience3000 Teacher's Edition. (Note: If you have access to multiple Achieve3000 programs, select eScience3000 after logging in.)
  2. Click Admin at the top of the screen.
  3. Click User Administration.
  4. Click on Edit class information.
  5. Click on the Class Code you wish to edit.
  6. Click Class Settings.
  7. Select the appropriate LevelSet Grade Level for the students in this class.
  8. Click SUBMIT to save your changes.