When using Riverside Score, users are granted 90 days to edit their test records after initially committing a record form. 


However, it is not recommended that a user take that amount of time to complete their assessment. Note that once a record form is committed, the date of testing is locked for reporting purposes. Locking the test date allows the examinee's age, and grade (on assessments with grade norms), to be computed. The examinee's age and grade at the time of the record being committed is then used for normative comparisons during the reporting process. 


As such, a user would not want to take a significant amount of time to complete their assessment, as to ensure that the scores derived using the normative data is as valid as possible. 


It is recommended that from start to finish, an assessment take no longer than 14 days, although completing the assessment as soon as possible is preferred.