Receive a FREE Lexile Measure

NOTE: The Lexile measure is always shown as a number with an “L” after it — for example 770L = 770 Lexile. The higher the Lexile measure, the higher the student’s reading level.

Receiving a Lexile measure

Students receive a Lexile measure from a reading test. Over 65 popular reading programs and assessments – including Achieve3000’s LevelSet – report student Lexile measures. Additionally, over 25 state assessments include student Lexile measures. The Lexile measure is so universally accepted that over 35 million students in all 50 states, plus millions of students in over 180 countries throughout the world, receive Lexile reader measures.

 

Achieve3000®’s LevelSet is the only online assessment that measures reading comprehension of nonfiction text in English and Spanish. Only LevelSet includes a College and Career Readiness report that forecasts student preparedness and adjust those forecasts automatically when student Lexile® levels increase to guide instruction that aligns with students’ needs.

 

FREE Lexile Assessment

Every parent should know their child's Lexile level. If your school district has not assessed your child's Lexile level, or if you do not have that information, we have good news for you - The Princeton School is able to assess your child's Lexile level at no cost to you. This offer is available to all students including students who are Deaf/hard of hearing, residing in the U.S. or internationally. The assessment is available in English and Spanish. To receive your FREE Lexile assessment, please complete the information below and one of our staff will be in touch with you within the next 2-3 business days. When your child has completed the assessment use the chart below to determine if your son/daughter is at the appropriate Lexile level.

FREE Lexile Assessment Form

To get your FREE Lexile assessment, please complete the form below and submit to us. Our testing coordinator will email/call you with information on how to take the assessment within 2-3 business days. When your child has finished taking the assessment please compare the Lexile level with the chart below to determine if your child needs to improve his/her reading skills. If yes, we will be happy to work with you to make sure your child has the reading skills to succeed at the postsecondary level and beyond.