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i-Ready® for Students is a free app for students who use i-Ready at school. Students can use this app to access i-Ready, Ready Classroom Mathematics, and Learning Games.

i-Ready integrates powerful assessments with engaging instruction to help all students grow and succeed.

Email: i-readysupport@cainc.com
Phone: 800-225-0248
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00am – 9:00pm EST

For further technical details, visit our System Requirements at www.i-ready.com/support.

What’s New

Version 2.5

Students with access to i-Ready’s Mathematics Learning Games can now play them through the i-Ready® for Students app.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
2.7K Ratings

2.7K Ratings

Ellie ;^; ,

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”.)

Jammer2zygarde ,

i-Ready is pointless

Honestly, i-Ready is pointless. When the teachers ask everyone to try to do 30 minutes of I-ready every two weeks, it ruins and disrupts the class work. My class is especially really behind in science because of this, and we even had to resort to considering skipping an entire unit, since we won’t ever finish our work by the end of the year. And the lessons don’t seem to ever help with anything. The instructions, especially, are extremely confusing at times, which cause scores to drop dramatically. At the teachers’ meeting, they said this program is supposed to increase students’ ability’s by 32%, yet most people say that i-ready doesn’t really help at all. No one is ever excited for it, and sometimes the whole site just shuts down, and you lose your progress. Also, if you don’t finish your diagnostic test within a given time, you lose it. And your teachers aren’t exactly happy with it. The questions on the lessons...Sometimes they don’t even give actual evidence in the text, so you just have to infer(How are you supposed to do that?). i-ready doesn’t exactly help anyone. I really wish we didn’t have to use this the entire year.

Annoyed a1p ,

Not following advertisement

The i-Ready advertisement is not very truthful on whether it is educational nor fun. I have been doing this for three years, and I am in sixth grade. First of all, who came up with the redo lesson idea? It’s not a good one. Redoing the lesson is typically saying “let’s do this all over again and see if that helps.”. In the first place, the questions only test you. They don’t teach you. If a problem is repeatedly being reported on the reviews, please fix it!

The diagnostics are, I agree, dehumanizing. They PROVENLY lessen any type of the child’s needed imagination. That along with specific lessons. Please make sure the lessons are a bit more interesting. (And a bit more accurately said, considering one having a character call a bike a taxi.)

I do agree, however, that the iReady is educational. Education seems to come at a cost, however. Also, we are forced to do 2 of these a week per subject. (Just math for me.) These aren’t very timely or interesting at all. We’ve all had 120-minute redos, I bet.


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Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.



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