The IXL Continuous Diagnostic…now with ELA!

May 24, 2018


At Home, In the Classroom, For Admins

Can’t get enough of IXL’s Continuous Diagnostic? Then get ready for great news, because the diagnostic you know and love now includes language arts! Now you’ve got a one-stop, multitasking resource for personalized recommendations and insights that will take students’ language arts and math learning up a notch.






Get a big-picture look at students’ language arts knowledge

With the addition of language arts to the Continuous Diagnostic, student diagnostic stats just got a big expansion! You’ll now see students’ overall grade-level proficiency in language arts, as well as their levels in strands like reading, writing, vocabulary, and language conventions.

Give students a reading boost

Looking for a roadmap to reading fluency? In addition to assessing students’ overall language arts level, the Continuous Diagnostic measures students’ overall reading level (based on their responses to vocabulary and reading strategies questions) and recommends the exact skills they can practice to fill knowledge gaps.

Experience a first-of-its-kind diagnostic

The IXL Continuous Diagnostic is the only diagnostic that delivers student insights that are always up to date. Along with regular IXL practice, students simply answer a handful of questions a week and the Continuous Diagnostic automatically builds an accurate portrait of their knowledge. It then takes this information and provides specific skill recommendations to help students reach the next level of their learning. The whole experience is designed to empower and motivate students to see where they’re excelling and how they can continue to grow.

Ready to explore all that the Continuous Diagnostic has to offer? Try it out for yourself at and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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All Comments (6)

Marylinne Mbi June 1, 2018 at 6:57 am

When will the Study in the Sun summer contest begin.


The IXL Team June 1, 2018 at 3:19 pm

Hi Marylinne – this year’s Study in the Sun summer contest was just announced! Head to this blog post for details.


Shourik Das June 3, 2018 at 7:45 am

In the FAQ, you guys said that incorrectly questions answerd will not count towards the winners, but then you guys said that no more than 500 questions per day by a student would be counted. Why is it only 500. I love IXL, and on average, i do it for about 3 hrs a day and i can get roughly 2000 questions a day on average. Why is there a limit for it now? And can you please clarify what questions can be eligible towards the contest? Thanks!


The IXL Team June 4, 2018 at 11:46 am

Hi there — we’re glad to hear that you love IXL and are excited about our summer contest! Yes, only the first 500 questions per day (whether answered correctly or incorrectly) will count towards the contest – this is to encourage a balance of fun activities this summer. If you have any further questions, please reach out to!


Dawit Mekonnen Tsega June 11, 2018 at 4:01 pm

I would like my daughter to join a summer reading contest.


The IXL Team June 11, 2018 at 4:31 pm

Hi Dawit — what a great idea! While it’s not only reading, we do have a summer contest focused on practicing IXL skills – learn more here:


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