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How do I use the ADAM queue for students with IEPs?
Although ADAM is an adaptive assessment which adjusts to students' abilities in real-time, if you have older students who are clearly operating multiple years below the 7th grade level, you should consider using the ADAM queue tool to adjust the starting grade level for the assessment. This helps you avoid giving students one or more sets of items in sub-tests that are too hard for them, such as "Number Theory" or "Exponents."

Step One: Click on the Class tab.

Step Two: Click on the "View Class Queue" button.

Step Three: Select a target grade other than "default" for each of the five ADAM strands.

Step Four: Click on Action - Queue once you've adjusted the ADAM starting grade level.

Note that you can also do this via the individual student queue to adjust the starting point for a single student. On the Class tab, the "View Queue" link is in each student's row listing his or her name.

See attached detailed cheat sheet.
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