Continuous Assessment
The free and easy way to check your math skills 

It’s always good to know you’re on track, especially when learning something new. Discover your strengths, figure out what you need to learn next and see your growth with Mathspace Waypoints.

Quick bite-sized check-ins track your math progress in just 10 minutes. Using the latest AI technology, Waypoints helps you to learn smarter, not harder.

Why you’ll love checking-in with Mathspace Waypoints

Make progress quickly

By doing regular check-ins you can quickly identify what you already know and focus your learning on the areas you need to. Simply answer questions that you know, and skip those that you don’t!

Stay motivated

We make it easy to form a habit of checking your math learning, which means you always know the best thing to work on next. When you work on the right things it’s easier to stay motivated.

Get ahead of the curve

Join students worldwide and start using the latest AI technology to measure what you’ve learned and how much you’ve grown.

Have fun!

Effective learning doesn’t have to be long and boring! Quick check-ins give you all the information you need to learn smarter, not harder.

Number of students using Waypoints world-wide

88,128

Boost your learning with our interactive textbook

Once you’ve identified what you’re ready to learn next with Waypoints, you can jump over to our comprehensive library of digital textbooks. From the US and Canada, over to Europe and down to Australia, we’ve got lots of interactive textbooks to match what you’re learning at school.

Are you a teacher?

Mathspace Waypoints is a new way to continuously assess students. To access your students’ data, sign up to receive a free teacher account for 30 days. Students have free access forever. Use our smart AI-powered diagnostics to track student gaps and growth. Simple, unobtrusive and intelligent - you get the data you need on student performance, without needing to take time out of class.

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"Starting a lesson with Waypoints freed up my time to prep for the lesson itself. Many students also started using the outcome codes to actually go to Mathspace and practice skills for their gaps, all on their own!"

Jennifer Missen

Director of Accountability and School Improvement South Oakleigh College

"I’ve found Waypoints to be great for identifying areas that students need additional work on. I have been able to use this to plan activities over the last couple of weeks. I have had students working through their check-ins aiming to improve their results which has been a great talking point. Overall, I have found that most students are engaging well in the program, with some even striving to improve and using their own initiative to complete Mathspace tasks for the skills they are struggling with."

Rebecca King

Director of Accountability and School Improvement South Oakleigh College

Frequently asked questions

How does it work?

We’ve mapped all standard outcomes into a knowledge-graph, along with all associated pre-requisites, and have created diagnostic questions tailored to each outcome. As students complete these diagnostic questions and move into Waypoints’ growth phase, Waypoints automatically selects the best outcomes to assess at each check-in, based on the information we have gathered for that student. This is all done through the use of an adaptive algorithm - based on Item Response Theory, and powered by our proprietary machine learning engine.

Why should I trust the results?

For over 15 months, we have refined the models for a reasonably accurate diagnostic assessment from a cold start. But with machine learning, the more data we have, the smarter the models get. As such, we’ve been running trials and continue to further tune the algorithms based on the feedback we receive from past, current, and future users.

What do my students see with their free account?

Students are able to do as many check-ins as they want on Waypoints to assess their own mathematical understanding. After completing the first 10 short check-ins required for the diagnostic phase, students will gain access to a skills report. From here, they can track their understanding of each skill by strand. They can also jump into Mathspace directly from their skills report to practice any skill that they want to work on.