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General Discussion

Suggestion on the Psychology of Reviewing Completed Sections

Hi Treehouse Team, I'm someone that's going through your courses, and I'm trying the approach of going through a course, absorbing all I can, and then going back to review. I know this is all psychological, but in the current format of the site, reviewing information doesn't count towards your daily goal total nor do you get any "points". I know the points are meaningless, but it's a good psychological boost that I can measure that I "did something today". I hope this won't seem silly, but there really is a positive psychological association for me (and I'm sure others) when I watch videos and see my daily goal completed sections increase...again the measurable outcomes piece. I would like to suggest that reviewing completed course material does something for your daily total and/or point total....if even by a quarter of the "value" and if you increase your score on quizzes from your previous total, like if you got 4/5 and this time 5/5 you get some "points". Thanks for listening.