Placement Tests efficiently determine a student’s current grade level and diagnose learning gaps. They give the teacher precise data on missing skills from earlier grade levels that are holding back a student’s progress in their current lessons. This score may seem low if a student worked too quickly through the test or lost skills after a long break. Alternately, if a student does very well on the placement test or receives help on it, the score may seem high.

If the score seems too low for your student, you can reassign the placement test, delete the placement test, or restart the student in the subject:
How do I assign a new placement test?
How do I delete a completed placement test?
How do I restart a student in a particular subject? (Note: this will clear out all progress for the student in that subject.)

If the score seems high for your student, you can delete the placement test or restart the student in the subject:
How do I delete a completed placement test?
How do I restart a student in a particular subject? (Note: this will clear out all progress for the student in that subject.)