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A student's estimated independent level is defined as the highest level at which the student has scored >=95% accuracy and =>60% comprehension within the past 30 days of their assessment. This information is shown on the Literably dashboard under the "Ind Level" column.
- At the time of the assessment, if a student has not read an assessment at an independent level in the past 30 days, we will then subtract 1 from the student's estimated instructional level and define that as the student's estimated independent level.
- A student's estimated independent level is only determined (and re-determined) each time a student takes a graded Literably assessment. Put another way, once a student's estimated independent level is determined, it can only change after a student takes another graded Literably assessment.
- The floor rule (details here) does not apply to the estimated independent level.