Find out how well you can read in just 25 minutes:

The assessment in PlaceMe is based on acknowledged global norms and standards for fluency in silent reading. This is where your eyebrain gym’s “GPS” will start. We can plot a plan to get you where you want to go once you know where you are. This could be the first step in helping you acquire the abilities and methods required to succeed in the twenty-first century.

How come I should do placeme?

Due to COVID-19, education became completely digital, and now everyone is working to support their kids and close gaps.

Although there are many online tools and services for support, can the impact be quantified?

Is it possible to assess, track, and develop a person’s talents and abilities?

Here are some justifications for the affirmative:

Eyebraingym continuously improves by assessing and modifying your personal training to maximise development.

  • Results are projected based on more than 120 000 user profiles.
  • A placement takes about 25 minutes to complete.
  • There are three main areas for placement that will be evaluated.
  • The average amount of skill development is six years.

What will the free placeme be used to measure?

For the best results in your improvement, PlaceMe works with the eyebraingym TM technologies to make sure you are appropriately situated within eyebraingym. 

In order to place you, three separate games collaborate. 

Every game is crucial in determining your current skill levels.

The results of PAVE will indicate how much you can see at the anticipated 250 ms. 

Compare your performance to that of your classmates and the objectives specified for your level.

This will result in your placement at a level that is enjoyable while also being demanding, allowing you to concentrate on honing the talents you need to hone.

The final placement indicator, ReadingLevel, will provide a reading speed and comprehension result.

The assessment in PlaceMe is based on acknowledged global norms and standards for fluency in silent reading. 

The “Grade level norms for the Components of the Fundamental Reading skill” research by Stanford E. Taylor, Helen Frackenpohl, and James L. Pettee, published in EDL research and information Bulletin No. 3 by EDL Inc. in 1960, served as the basis for the norm table used by Lectorsa to assess relative reading efficiency. 

Three separate areas will receive results from the examination.

Vocabulary utilized

This shows the complex interactions between working with visual information and perceptual accuracy, visual efficiency and accuracy, as well as visual memory. 

The expression of visual processing as a factor.

Lower-order and higher-order thinking skills, such as knowledge, understanding, application, analysis, assessment, and synthesis, are focal areas for comprehension.

The Action-Interpret-Understand Factor (AIUF), a measure of relative improvement, shows the relative effectiveness in relation to a grade level norm. 

You will have the choice to move on to Lesson 1 of a course after finishing the Placeme.