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How do I check the number of available assessments in my account?

How to check the number of available assessments in your account:

Option 1
1. Log into your Teacher/Parent account.
2. Click on the Class tab and then "View Class Queue."

From this view in the Activate column, it will say "Available Seats:" with the number of available tests in your account.
If there are no tests available, it will say "Sorry, you do not have enough available seats to queue this product for the entire class."

Option 2
On the Class page, click on "View Queue" under the Queue column for any student.
2. Click on "My Available Products" to the right of the page.

Option 3
1. Log into your Teacher/Parent account and click on your name on the top right of the page.
2. Click on the blue "Profile" button.

See attached cheat sheet.

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