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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Practice Project Object-Oriented JavaScript Review

tal Shnitzer
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tal Shnitzer
Courses Plus Student 5,242 Points

How can I do again quiz questions that I answered incorrectly, without going over the whole quiz again?

thanks

4 Answers

tal Shnitzer
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tal Shnitzer
Courses Plus Student 5,242 Points

ok but I'm waisting time on doing again questions that I already answer correctly. why not redo only the wrong ones?

tal Shnitzer
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tal Shnitzer
Courses Plus Student 5,242 Points

each one has the method of learning that works for one. for me, once I understand something ,repeat is redundant and makes the study boring. so it was good if there was an option to focus on the questions needed to be repeated, leaving the full quiz repeat, for students who wishes to do it

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,083 Points

The quizzes don't have a "memory" other than if you completed it with a "pass" score.

But when you retake a quiz, you don't always get the same questions you did before. Many of the quizzes draw from a "pool" containing more questions than are used in the quiz, and the questions used are randomized each time.

And if you do get the same questions again, it should only take a moment to select the same choices you made correctly before.