The +Answers Collection

Answers To Over 200 Stories

This site contains all the advice you need for getting through Reading Plus ASAP.

Below you can read about the best reading plus answer sites (besides this one).  Usually if you can’t find a story’s answers on one site you can find it on another.  We also have our own answer collection that we add to regularly.

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The Best Reading Plus Answer Sites For 2018

Here are my favorite reading plus answers sites reviewed:

  1. www.pluskey.net
  2. www.reddit.com/r/readingplusanswers
  3. www.officialreadingplusanswers.blogspot.com
  4. www.quizlet.com

PlusKey

PlusKey.net is definitely the biggest site I have found so far for Reading Plus answers.  It works like a forum so you can both submit answers and see everyone else’s answers, theres also the option to download a collection of all the answers right to your computer.

The main downside with this site is it can be confusing to get into.  Sometimes they close registration randomly, other times it can be days before getting approved.  When I signed up I had to submit answers into a form and didn’t get a reply back for 6 days.  Eventually once I did get in and it was amazingly useful, theres even answers as old as 4 years back when reading plus was new.

They also have a ‘lounge’ area where they share Reading Plus memes and other funny stuff.

While its a bit tough to get in, once you get accepted it makes reading plus a breeze.

ReadingPlusAnswers SubReddit

This was a cool subreddit that picked up alot of steam in 2017.  Its quick, fast, and anyone can join right away.

The downside is that its a public forum and recently Reading Plus has been having Reddit take down some of the answers.  My main concern with this forum is that it will be completely banned one day and all the answers will go down with it.  Usually I recommend trying to get into PlusKey if you can because it is private and i’m pretty sure it can’t be taken down easily.

Official Reading Plus Answers

This site was awesome last summer but the creator stopped posting new answers.

The cool thing about it was they posted the answers in picture format in a very organized style.  The downside of all the other forum sites is the format of the answers varies depending on whoever posts it, which can be confusing to read.

Quizlet

Most of you have probably heard of quizlet, but not everyone is aware how useful it can be for finding reading plus answers.  Everyday dozens of new answers get added here.

The main problem with Quizlet is that the answers are very disorganized and it can be difficult to find the story that you are looking for.  One way to get around this is by using the following google search operator in google:

site:quizlet.com reading plus answers level m the jumping frog

This is really handy  trick that only shows results from the quizlet site.  Google is much better at finding and organizing the results than even quizlet is!

Another downside of quizlet is that the answers come and go because they can get banned for some reason.  This is why its best to try and get into a private forum like pluskey.net if you can.

I know most of my readers are here to just finish stories so you can get back to doing things you enjoy.  Really though Reading Plus is pretty cool program that will make you smarter.  Its only going to make your brain bigger.  That being said, I recommend to use reading plus answers as a guide to double-check yourself, there is no longer a working spacebar hack, so you might as well do some reading.

READING PLUS ANSWERS BY LEVEL

This is a section I put together for anyone who is just getting started with Reading Plus and wants to know how many levels there are in total. Ranging all the way from A to M, there are a total of 18 levels in reading plus.

  • Level A
  • Level B
  • Level C
  • Level D
  • Level E
  • Level H
  • Level G
  • Level J
  • Level I
  • Level F
  • Level K
  • Level L
  • Level M

and don’t forget the ‘hi’ levels, which are like ‘more exciting’ versions of levels a-e

  • HiA
  • HiB
  • HiC
  • HiD
  • HiE

If you are reading this and still on A, I hate to say it but you have alot of stories ahead of you!

LEVEL HA scientist

These stories are at a readability level of grade 8.  There are 32 stories total and sometimes they cross over from other levels besides h.

The following being the most popular:

  • Germs in Sports and Schools
  • Poetry of Pride
  • Farming in Water
  • Chamber music
  • Torpedoed!
  • Building a better tomb
  • Susan Hatchell: landscape architect
  • The American Promise
  • Noisy Human Neighbors
  • Mighty Microbes

LEVEL G

These are for people who are at a 7th grade reading level.

  • Perform Like a Pro
  • Finding my style
  • A child combats prejudice
  • A Family Escapes
  • Quick Thinking At The Throttle
  • A Daring Escape
  • A Flight for Survival
  • Stand Up and Be Counted
  • The star spangled banner
  • A steep price to pay

LEVEL J

Car Driving

Johnstown Flood Image From Level J

Level J Answers are for the see reader questions at a 10th grade level.  This is where the stories start to get longer,more complex, and more annoying.

  • The physics of sports
  • Living Thoreau-ly
  • Computers Under Attack
  • The search for alien life
  • A winning state of mind
  • One-Way Ticket
  • An Eyewitness to the Johnstown flood

LEVEL I

This 9th grade level has the 5th most used answers.  I actually enjoyed the story about pirate Captain Red Beard, worth skimming in my opinion! Or just use answers and skip the lesson.

  • The Slanderer
  • Understanding Human Signals
  • The Ransom of Captain Red Beard
  • Chamber music
  • There’s More to Life Than Work
  • Tile Games

LEVEL F

This is the level most of us start of with when using Reading Plus for the first time.  F is a lot easier then level L or M, and also more boring.  A good chance to use some submitted answers to get on with your life.

  • Truth in Tasting
  • A Dogs Boundless Love
  • Beware the Cyclops!
  • Sunrise
  • The Bee Man
  • Down the Rabbit Hole
  • En Garde!
  • An Unexplained Wonder

LEVEL K

A tough prisoner of war was one story from level k worth reading.  For the rest I would use some of the following answers.  Heres a snippet of some of the stories we have for this 11th grade level:

  • Not Always Right
  • The Mysteries of Light
  • Computers Under Attack
  • School is Always Open
  • Microbots and Mini-Motes
  • The Math in Music
  • A Tough Prisoner of War
  • Tornado Coming!

LEVEL L

Windmills From Don Quixote

The Windmills of Don Quixote

Don Quixote

Unless you have a professor in university who gives you reading plus, level L is the last for k-12, made for 12th graders.  Don Quixote is a cool story about a 16thcentury knight who went on a bunch of cool adventures in Spain.

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles By Luke Cooper
  • A Sunken Steamer
  • Celestial mission
  • An unalterable imprisonment
  • Graffiti Studio
  • A Gothic Adventure
  • A revolutionary new sport
  • Don Quixote

LEVEL M

Level M is the final level for reading plus! This is the final stretch and has some LONG and TOUGH questions.  Preview of the most common: ·

  • From Human to Insect
  • Wretched Lives
  • Behind the Door
  • PCs With Personality
  • The importance of Recess
  • The Scarcity of a natural resource
  • From Clunkly To Sleek
  • Good-Bye to Gateshead!
  • Child’s Play

READING PLUS CHEATS

Reading Plus is hard to Cheat, there were cool hacks in the past but most of them were taken out.  The best way to cheat is by using answers in the insight assignment diagnostic when you first sign up for reading plus.  If you do well on this you can skip a lot of levels and avoid having to spacebar through them.

In the past there was a cool cheat where you disconnect your wifi while on the story view.  After disconnected you could press the spacebar to skip through the story in a few seconds. Then reconnect the internet and enter the correct answers from a cheat sheet.  Unfortunately this was patched out by reading plus in 2017 and no longer works.  Keep experimenting though and let me know if you find a way to skip the story in a few seconds.

One very risky hack is logging in as a teacher and changing your scores.  This is very technical and requires you to know a bit of coding.  It can also get you expelled if you are caught so we definitely don’t encourage it.  However if you want to learn more (for educational purposes of what NOT to do) you should google until you learn how to access computers remotely, it just involves using a flash drive on the teachers computer while they are in the bathroom, and then logging into it from your computer.

If you have any other questions be sure to message me in the contact section.

Meet the Author

Hey i’m Michael.  Over the years I’ve picked up some methods to skip through Reading Plus, mainly through using answers sites and forums.  This site is where I share all i’ve learned.