i-Ready Connect™ for Students is a free app for students who use i-Ready at school. Students can use this app to access i-Ready Assessment and Personalized Instruction, Ready Classroom Mathematics, and Learning Games.
i-Ready integrates powerful assessments with engaging instruction to help all students grow and succeed.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am – 9:00pm EST
For further technical details, visit our System Requirements at https://i-ReadyConnect.com/login/support.
• Added two new State options when logging in: “International” and “Other.”
• Updated the Hawai’i State option to include the Okina character.
Ratings and Reviews
Unfair and boring yet educational
I-ready is an educational app designed for schools and parents looking for ways to teach their students/kids online, as a student forced to do this, I want to say to parents and schools to please not make their children do this educational app. I-ready is slow and boring, the app has animated characters that do this constantly, this also ties in with my other problem. The learning is harsh and long, the average lesson takes about 30-45 minutes, doing the lesson also means doing a test based on what you learned, if you fail the test I-ready will not do anything and force you to do the lesson all over again. This did not help me learn anything other than to hate this education app. If you want an effective learning app then try Khan academy. There short yet informative videos are much more effective than I-ready’s slow and boring animations. Please consider your options and really read the reviews of I-ready and Khan academy. Thank you for taking your time to read this lengthy review on i-ready.
I-Ready is pretty good, but...
The characters that you meet in I-Ready are pretty well animated and I would say they teach you some I guess, but it’s pretty annoying whenever I repeat lessons. My school wants us to get 45 minutes on each of the categories and I would say that’s no problem. But the thing is if you’re anywhere above grade level, then in class you would have to learn something below and then I-Ready would go above level, and sometimes the opposite. Plus if you don’t live under a rock then you would know that no one really likes to learn anything, but some people do and I’m one of them. But whenever I’m above level the I ready lessons go pretty slow for me. They discuss about something unnecessary about the lesson, and ask dumb questions. So, I would usually just save up coins and play the games. But, when rarely something is interesting it will most likely get you back into the mood to continue. I would say I wouldn’t actually play this in my free time because I have actually better stuff to do. As soon as you finish them in school you finally get to have free time and have freedom. So my final thought about I am ready is that it’s a good game but there are better ones, and you would only do this if you’re forced to (or if you’re “ unique”.)
If you want to learn something with reading or math, don’t get this
I am a student in the fourth grade and honestly, this is basically torture. Like, How are you supposed to learn something if it just marks your wrong answer wrong and moves on?! You cant except anyone to learn like that, if they get an answer wrong instead of just saying the right answer or just marking it wrong and moving on, they should explain how they got the correct answer! I also don’t understand the leveling system. You have to answer 100 dumb questions before they choose an appropriate level for you! And the lessons are stupid, there should be an option that teachers can put if a student has learnt that lesson, or there was an option that said “I have already learnt this lesson in school” or any type of way for I ready to know if you learnt the lesson without a placement test! And the animation’s expressions are horrid. The characters were getting very annoyed because of like a sound and they’re just smiling! They smile 24/7 no matter what the mood of the scene is.! Last but not least, I dont even think it helps! I was getting A- to A+ on my reading tests my teacher gave me (not in i ready), but that was when i was only doing i ready once a day, now we have to do 15 or 30 minutes of i ready a day. A week ago when i took a test, my A’s went to a D! That was when i realized I ready was junk.
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