Frequently Asked Questions

What grade levels do you support?

We currently support grades 6 through 12, including Calculus.

Does my teacher account have access to all grade levels/problems?

Yes. Every teacher account has access to all grade levels.

What state standards is DeltaMath aligned to?

Our problems are currently aligned to Common Core standards. We're in the process of creating crosswalks for other states as well.

Is there any limit to the number of assignments?

No. With a DeltaMath Teacher account, you can create unlimited assignments. With DeltaMath PLUS, you can also assign videos, create tests, select specific problem sub-types, and/or create your own problem.

What kind of data does a teacher have access to?

Teachers can see every problem students have attempted or seen, including student answers. Timestamps detail when students were solving, their last actions, and the amount of time spent on each problem. Teachers can also view and export aggregate student completion grades. With DeltaMath PLUS, teachers can see when students started a timed test or assignment, how long students worked on that test or assignment, and also track if students watched help videos.

Does DeltaMath offer integrations or SSO?

We will have integrations available for select platforms starting in the beginning of the ’21-’22 school year. Contact us directly to learn more.

Can teachers share their tests and assignments?

Yes. Teachers can share tests and assignments via the Copy Assignments feature under the Tools menu.

I'm a student, and I'm having trouble getting into my account. What should I do?

Contact your teacher. They should have the ability to see your email login and/or reset your password. If that doesn't work, they can reach out to us for next steps.

Why can't I 'Sign in with Google'?

In order to use Google SSO, make sure that your browser is not in 'private' or 'incognito' mode. If you are not in incognito mode and see this warning, Google SSO may be blocked due to disabled third-party cookies in your browswer settings. To fix this in Chrome, open Settings and find the Privacy and security page. Select Cookies and other site data, and make a selection that allows third-party cookies.