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What is the difference between an LGL Math Edge course created by ADAM or DOMA Pre-Algebra?
ADAM is an assessment that spans instructional grade levels of K to 7/8.
DOMA Pre-Algebra spans instructional grade levels of 4 to 8.

With that said, at the upper end of instruction, there is an overlap between lessons assigned by LGL Math Edge when using either ADAM or DOMA Pre-Algebra.

DOMA Pre-Algebra can potentially assign 36 lessons that are above lessons assigned by ADAM. So if you have a student who appears to have "maxed out" with ADAM and its LGL Math Edge-generated course, you can still give him or her the DOMA Pre-Algebra assessment. And this student could potentially have a course with about 36 lessons assigned.

Or if this student is ready for Algebra, you can assess him or her with DOMA Algebra and then enroll him or her into Math Edge.

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