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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements The Conditional Challenge Solution

Bodie Wood
Bodie Wood
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 4,027 Points

Shouldn't your last else if statement for ranking have the condition (count >= 1) not (count >= 2)?

This is my code and it works great:

let rank = ""; if(score === 5){ rank = "Gold"; }else if(score >= 3){ rank = "Silver"; }else if(score >= 1) { rank = "Bronze"; }else{ rank = "No crown"; }

I think your last else if statement needs to be (score >= 1), not (score >=2 )

1 Answer

Mark Sebeck
Mark Sebeck
Treehouse Moderator 36,463 Points

hi Bodie. Nice catch you are correct. If you take a look at the teachers notes the correction is there

if ( correct === 5 ) {
  rank = "Gold"; 
} else if ( correct >= 3 ) {
  rank = "Silver";  
} else if ( correct >= 1 ) { // check for 1-2 correct
  rank = "Bronze";  
} else {
  rank = "None :(";