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The i-Ready Diagnostic is given in the following order for children in 7th Grade.

### Math

• Algebra and Algebraic Thinking –  This section assesses students’ grasp of algebraic concepts, with a focus on patterns, relationships, functions, and linear equations. Students work with more sophisticated equations and apply various problem-solving strategies, building upon their prior knowledge.
• Numbers and Operations –  In this section, students’ skills in recognizing and working with numbers are evaluated, encompassing counting, comparing, and performing arithmetic operations. They delve into more advanced concepts related to rational numbers, ratios, and proportional relationships.
• Geometry – The Geometry section examines students’ understanding of geometric shapes, their properties, and spatial relationships. They continue to identify, classify, and manipulate shapes while exploring advanced geometric ideas, such as transformations, congruence, and similarity.
• Measurement and Data – This section covers concepts related to measurement and data, progressing from earlier foundational knowledge. Students learn to utilize various tools and units for measurement and practice interpreting and representing data in multiple formats, including intricate graphs and charts.

• Vocabulary – The Vocabulary section evaluates students’ comprehension of a wide array of words, their meanings, and their contextual usage. Fostering a robust vocabulary is crucial for reading comprehension and effective communication, and this section assists students in expanding their word knowledge.
• Comprehension: Literature – In this section, students are assessed on their capacity to understand and interpret literary texts, such as novels, poems, and plays. They delve deeper into analyzing characters, settings, events, themes, and central messages, sharpening their critical thinking and interpretation abilities.
• Comprehension: Informational Text – This section focuses on gauging students’ ability to comprehend informational texts, including articles, reports, and nonfiction books. Students practice identifying main ideas, supporting details, text structures, and author’s purpose across various informational text types, enhancing their comprehension and analytical skills.
• Phonics (if your child’s overall scale score is less than 511) – For students with an overall scale score below 511, this section supports reinforcing their capability to recognize and decode letters and their corresponding sounds. They continue to refine their decoding skills, focusing on more complex letter combinations and patterns, essential for reading fluency.
• High-Frequency Words (if your child’s score on the Phonics domain is less than 421)

Below you will find sample questions that are representative of 7th Grade questions your child will see on the test but are not taken directly from the actual i-Ready Diagnostic that is being administered this year.

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The common dandelion is an opportunist. It sacrifices body size for reproductive capacity. It saves energy by having a hollow stem, and it has just enough storage capacity to survive the winter. Its leaves are thin and weak, and it pushes its flower just high enough between paving stones or surrounding grass so that when the big yellow flower turns into the familiar wispy “clock,” the wind will be able to catch and disperse the seeds. Each head has upwards of 40 seeds, sometimes up to 100. When mature, each has its own fine, feathery parachute to help it travel from the parent plant, and a distinctive shape. It has a sharp, pointed end, to ensure the seed easily penetrates the ground it lands upon. Dandelions can flower twice in one year—doubling the amount of seeds it can spread in one season and are thus extremely successful—so much so that they live on every continent bar Antarctica.

1. It may be inferred from the passage that dandelions are

A. annuals: growing from seeds each year.
B. perennials: coming up year after year.
C. biannual: growing twice in one year.
D. biennials: growing one year and flowering the next.

2. What is the main purpose of this passage?

A. To describe how dandelions reproduce
B. To explain how dandelions are so successful
C. To highlight how productive dandelions are
D. To describe what a dandelion looks like

3. As it is used in the last line, the word “bar” most nearly means all of the following EXCEPT:

A. save
B. except
C. restrict
D. excluding

4. Which of the following inequalities represents the inequality shown in the following graph?

5. A spinner is shown in the figure below. If you spin it, what is the probability that the spinner will stop at a green color?

A. 1/12
B. 1/6
C. 1/8
D. 1/5

6. Look at the angle below. What is the value of angle x?

A. 36°
B. 48°
C. 54°
D. 64°

7. Identify the prepositional phrase in the following sentence:
The people in the audience cheered loudly when they finished watching Wicked.

A. The people
B. in the audience
C. cheered loudly
D. finished watching

8. Identify the type of error in the sentence below:
Tomorrow is Bonnie’s birthday, so we will eat cupcakes and drank Root Beer.

A. misplaced comma
B. subject-verb agreement
C. verb tense
D. misplaced modified

9. Which option expresses the idea best?

A. The sauce Veronica used on her chicken was spicier than her friends could handle.
B. Veronica’s friends wanted a less spicy sauce used on Veronica’s chicken.
C. Choosing a spicier sauce than her friends could handle, Veronica made her chicken.
D. For her chicken, Veronica chose a sauce that was a spicier sauce than her friends could handle.

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Hi Magesh,

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