College Readiness Report
The College Readiness Report provides college readiness data on selected students.
1. Click the Reports menu, then click the Performance Reports menu.
a. In the Performance Reports menu, click Test History Report.
2. On the Search Screen, enter search criteria to locate the student.
To generate the College Readiness Report for all students, leave the Student text box empty.
3. There are also Readiness Tests filters that can be applied to the College Readiness Report. Select the SAT, ACT, and PERT check boxes to pull students who have test results in the selected test(s). You can also select the Only Show Students With Tests check box to display only the students who have taken these tests.
The Readiness Tests filters can be updated after the report has been generated.
4. Select all other applicable filters and click Search.
5. To change the tests filters applied in the last step, select the appropriate check boxes in the Readiness Tests section. Then, click Run Report to refresh the report.
The Student Info section displays the Student ID, Student Name, and Grade level.
The second section of the report is divided by the selected Readiness Tests, and subdivided into the parts of each test; student scores are listed for each corresponding part of the Readiness Tests.
Notice that some of the scores are highlighted in green; this indicates that the student is college ready for that subject area.
To return to the Search Screen and start your search over, click the Search Screen tab.
Click the floppy disk icon next to the listed number of Students to export the report to an Excel spreadsheet.
If looking for specific information housed within the resulting students, type the information in the Search text box provided and press Enter.
To make the report full screen, click on the expansion icon (four arrows) next to the Search text box. Once in full screen mode, click the icon again to exit full screen.
You can also sort data by clicking on any of the headers. Click once for ascending results; click twice for descending results.