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Rails track: Why am I being prompted to repeat JavaScript Basics?

Hello. As part of the Rails Development track, I had already gone through JavaScript Basics a while ago. Why is Treehouse asking me to go through JS Basics again? Has to be a bug. Please mark JS Basics as complete for me. Surely you must have a record that I already went through it. I am not allowed to advance to the final (or semifinal?) module in Rails Dev (User Authentication with Rails) until JS is marked complete. I don't have the time or desire to go through JS Basics again. Thank you for your immediate attention and resolution.

1 Answer

normally not doing a previous course does not stop you from taking a course, I have done this in the past. just click on the course you want to take, it will say "you have to do a previous course blah blah" but then you can still click on a button to view/take the course..