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Victor Gordian
Victor Gordian
4,656 Points

Is it okay, to not capture everything?

I been doing JS for a while now, basics of course but almost in every clip there will be something that i wont understand, i google, i asked questions and answers come out but they sometimes use terms that i dont understand which makes it worst. So is it fine to not know the whole clip? or what can i do to understand and take everything that's being taught?

3 Answers

TJ Egan
TJ Egan
14,420 Points

Don't worry, you're not alone in that feeling. JavaScript takes some time to get down, but the best way to improve is just to keep practicing. Keeping it fresh in your mind and doing more projects will help solidify the points they are trying to make.

Slow the videos down, re watch them, etc..

Rich Donnellan
Rich Donnellan
Treehouse Moderator 27,671 Points

Try supplementing the JavaScript courses here with the ones at CodeSchool. I did and I love it!


keep practice !