When you practise on our platform, your progress is saved for the next time you come back.
To help you see which lessons you have completed and how well you did, we have implemented three items that can give you this information: 

  1. the check mark

  2. the progress bar

  3. the colours of the labels. 

In this article, we are going to explain what these items mean and how you can read them. 

1. The check mark

When you have practised and completed a lesson, the lesson will be labelled with a little check mark. See the mark in front of the lesson "Variables".

This check mark means that you have practised the lesson at least once, and your progress is saved. 

Note: this does not necessarily mean that you have answered all questions correctly. And you can always still practise more if you desire!

2. The colours of the labels

You can read the colours of the labels as estimations of your understanding on the topic. There are three colours: red, orange and green.

  • Red: you do not yet fully understand this subject. You got a score of <50% on this lesson. We recommend that you practise this lesson another time.

  • Yellow: you have a limited understanding of this topic. You have gotten a score between 50% and 80%. It might be a good idea to repeat this lesson again.

  • Green: you seem to fully understand this topic, and you got a score of >80%.

3. The progress bar

At the top of the page, you can find a progress bar.

This bar tells you how many lessons are available in your course and how many of those you have practised. It is a count of the amount of check marks you have collected.

Remember: the progress bar does not depend on the colour of the labels, it does not tell you how well you have done on the lessons. It only tells you how many lessons you have done, and how many more you have to practise.

Do you have any further questions? Or do you have any suggestions about how we could improve our platform? Please feel free to contact us through the chat button in the bottom right corner. 

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