Find the quiz that you want to preview.
You can use the drop-down list to sort the list by title (A to Z or Z to A) or by relevance to a keyword that you search for.
To find specific quizzes, use the search field to search for them. You can search by words in the title, author's name, or quiz number.
To find quizzes that meet specific criteria, click Filters to the right of the search field. Then, select the filter that you want to use on the left. You can choose to see quizzes that are fiction and/or nonfiction, with certain interest levels based on the book's content, quizzes worth a certain range of points, quiz titles within a specific book-level range (ATOS and/or Lexile® Measure), quizzes in English and/or Spanish, and/or quizzes with Recorded Voice (audio) available. For filters with check boxes like the one shown below, simply check the boxes for the types of quizzes that you want to include, or check Select all in the top right corner.
For filters with ranges, drag the two circles to set the lower and upper ends of the range. In the example below, ATOS Book Level ranges from 4 to 8 will be included.
To clear any filters that you have selected, click Clear All at the bottom of the filter pop-up window.
To close the filter window and see the results for the filters you have chosen, select Close in the bottom-right corner of the filter window. The quizzes that match your criteria will be listed, and you will see the filters you applied below the search field. To remove any of the filters and see the adjusted list of quizzes, select X () on that filter. To remove all filters, select Clear All to the right of the filters.
If the button is unavailable, you have not been given the user permission to take a sample quiz.
If the selected school has no classes, you can't take a sample quiz; you will see an error message if you select Take Sample Quiz.
If your school has set Date and Time Restrictions in the preferences, you cannot preview quizzes during days or times when student quizzing is not allowed. You may be able to enter the monitor password to override the restrictions if this is allowed by the Monitor Override setting in the Date and Time Restrictions.
For some books, you may see elements of the Primary user interface that younger children are more likely to see, such as a sun and raindrops on the results screen. The Student Experience preference determines which students see the Primary user interface, so your students may not see these icons.