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Renaissance Learning offers online quizzes and tests for their Accelerated Reader program; these tests can be taken at home or anywhere one can access the Internet. Access to the Renaissance Learning site is free, and th... More »

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A student can take an Accelerated Reader quiz either through Renaissance Learning?s student portal or through the AR Student iPad application. The Accelerated Reader program does not allow a student to take a quiz from h... More »

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Accelerated Reader is a classroom-based computer literacy program intended to enhance regular reading curriculums, and the tests are administered within schools that use the program, reports the Institute of Educational ... More »

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Renaissance Learning offers Accelerated Reader tests online that assess student's recall and comprehension of books they have read. AR tests are available for a wide variety of titles taught in school and also for titles... More »

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Accelerated Reader tests and quizzes take place at school and are not available for home use. A small number of sample quizzes are available on its website, says Renaissance Learning, creator of the Accelerated Reader pr... More »

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Students can take Accelerated Reader (AR) sample quizzes on the product’s official website, Renaissance Learning. Alternatively, students enrolled in AR programs can take AR quizzes at school via the school website or an... More »

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Accelerated Reader quizzes are only available at Renaissance.com to users who have purchased a membership. Unfortunately, as of June 1, 2015, new quizzes are no longer available online. However, users may place orders fo... More »

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