* *Caution

Imagine MyPath will be out of service as of September 1, 2025. Learn more at MyPath end-of-life recommendations.

Import of new Renaissance scores is no longer supported as of December 31, 2023. Although new scores will not populate, if you have existing scores, you can use them to assign ILPs.

Import of new NWEA scores is no longer supported as of September 1, 2024. Although new scores will not populate, if you have existing scores, you can use them to assign ILPs.

If a student is currently working on an ILP, they can continue working. If a student completes a learning path, we recommend the following:

- Have the student go back and complete anything they didn't master.
- Manually place the student in a higher learning path. The student can take the Edgenuity Placement Exam to determine which path to move on to.

The chart below explains how each Individualized Learning Path is linked to a group of questions on the mathematics exam. The approximate grade level of the content and skills within each ILP are listed.

## Frequently Asked Questions

**Is the Imagine Edgenuity MyPath Placement Exam adaptive?**

No, it's a static test. You can read more about it here in the MyPath user guide.

**Is there a report detailing what students got right and wrong on the Imagine Edgenuity MyPath Placement Exam?**

There isn't a report like this for skills and standards. Teachers can review individual questions that the student answered incorrectly by going to the student's gradebook and viewing answers for the Placement Exam. However, the placement exam is designed only to place students into an appropriate ILP. It doesn't return data at a granular level. Data at that level is collected while the students are in the ILP, as they complete activities and quizzes.

**Are students permitted to use calculators on the math placement exam?**

This is designed to identify a student's learning gaps, so we recommend that students complete the exam without the use of a calculator to get a more accurate assessment of the student's learning gaps.

ILP | Grade | Questions |
---|---|---|

Foundational Math A | 3 | 1-4 |

Foundational Math B | 4 | 5-8 |

Basic Math A | 5 | 9-12 |

Basic Math B | 6 | 13-16 |

Basic Math C | 6 | 17-20 |

Basic Math D | 6 | 21-24 |

Intermediate Math A | 7 | 25-28 |

Intermediate Math B | 7 | 29-32 |

Intermediate Math C | 8 | 33-36 |

Intermediate Math D | 8 | 37-40 |

Advanced Math A | 9 | 41-42 |

Advanced Math B | 10 | 43-44 |