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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Working With Numbers Review Numbers

How do I go back to the previous lessons on this track?

I'm ahead on the JavaScript Basics course, but I want to go back a couple of lessons to refresh my memory on something but I can't seem to find how to go back. All they say is library and tracks which takes me back from the beginning of the whole JavaScript course or it tells me to resume my track. How can I fix this?

2 Answers

Rick Buffington
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Rick Buffington
Courses Plus Student 8,037 Points

The only way that I have found to do that quickly is to go back to the main page for the course. So, you could go to Library->search for JavaScript Basics->Select the card for it->Find the module within the course you are looking for and expand it->Select video.

Or if you are on a Track (ie. Full Stack JavaScript), select the track and then select the JavaScript Basics card and find the module you are looking for->Select video.

Thank you.