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Creating a Single Student or Teacher Account

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There are multiple ways to create student and teacher accounts in Revision Assistant. 


  • Option 1: Students and teachers create their own accounts.
  • Option 2: You create accounts in bulk with the Create Multiple Accounts feature.
  • Option 3: You create accounts in bulk by roster syncing.
  • Option 4: You create accounts one at a time. 


Follow the steps below to learn how to create a single account for a teacher or a student (Option 4). 




  1. Log into Revision Assistant.

  2. Follow the next steps based on the type of Revision Assistant account you have.

    Administrator (no teacher account)   Administrator and teacher   
    1. In the center panel, select the school
      you want to create accounts for.
    1. Click the down arrow in your "Welcome!"
      heading to reveal a dropdown with user types.
    2. Select Administrator from the dropdown.
      This will take you to your Administrator page.
    3. In the center panel, select the school
      you want to create accounts for.


  1. To create a single student account, select Students in the sidebar.
    To create a single teacher account, select Teachers.

  2. Click the Create Account button.

  3. Enter the required information for the user. Here are a few tips to help you do that:

    • If creating a student account, choose either a username or email type account (see blue note below).
    • If creating a teacher account, an email address must be used. 
    • If you have an intended password, you can specify it or have Revision Assistant create one.
      (Passwords must be at least 8 characters in length)


      Emails vs. Usernames: While not mandatory, using email addresses instead of usernames allows students to reset their own password. On the other hand, usernames accommodate for students lacking an email address but require teachers to reset the password for the student. Usernames are particularly helpful when students lack an email address but have something like school ID numbers or codes they can use instead of an email account. There is no length or character requirement for usernames. In some cases, it may be necessary to add a school-specific "tag" if the desired username is particularly common.


      For example:

      • Desired username: jsmith
      • Accepted username: jsmith+PittMS 



  1. Click Create Account at the bottom of the page to complete the process. 
  2. The created account credentials will be displayed on the success page.
    You can navigate back to the account list or create another account by clicking the corresponding button. 



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