Go to your school website or however you get on to the Accelerated Reader Quizzes, and you could search it there. Also, you could find the Accelerated Reader catalog and you can search there!
No, it is only American. Bluekingkong: Actually, Accelerated Reader is available in my school in the UK.
Each Accelerated Reader book has points according to the length and difficulty of the book.
No, you can only take Accelerated Reader tests at school.
Yes i am pretty sure that it has an accelerated reader test.
These days you don't have to find a school or travel to find an Accelerated Reader program. Accelerated Reader programs and tests are available online, there's even an app for that.
you can. It lets you login as a student or at home by using accelerated reader home connect.
No thereisn'tan accelerated reader book worth 435 points,sorry
It does no one any good if they cheat on Accelerated Reader tests. They are to assess where the reader is in the learning curve. The reader should read the material and answer the questions without cheating.
Yes, all of the Harry Potter books have Accelerated Reader tests.
Yes, The Lovely Bones is indeed in accelerated reader. It has 16 points.
The AR program is administered by your school district and you read the book and take the test on your school computer.
Accelerated reader 360 is not a free program.
Sample Accelerated Reader questions can be found at the AR website. They can also sometimes be found on other websites.
Renaissance is the name of the company that provides Accelerated Reader materials. These materials can be found on the company's website.
You can get a free trial of Accelerated Reader by downloading it from various sites on the internet. One of these is called Softpedia but there are many others.
what you do is go on icarly.com ask for accelerated reader in text wait till they tell you and then thell gve you an answer
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is worth 18 Accelerated Reader points.
Accelerated Reader does not give out free tests. They charge schools for them. Sparknotes has a practice test.
Scholastic Counts is a similar program to Accelerated Reading.
There are not really study guides for Accelerated Reader. The idea is to have the students read the books then answer questions to prove that they read the books.
To access the school's accelerated reader database, you should ask the teacher what the login information is. Then, use the information to log in.
instead of cheating you should just go and read a suitable book that is an accelerated reader book and a book that you want to read.
The AR (Accelerated Reader) quizzes are a copyrighted service of Renaissance Learning. Use of the site is through school subscription.