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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Storing and Tracking Information with Variables Creating and Naming Variables Review

this quiz is really terrible written, in the video, it said that we shouldn't worry about remembering the words

this quiz is very bad writing, in the video, it said that we shouldn't remember the words but then we get questions asking us what are the words -.-

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Lee Vaughn
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Lee Vaughn
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Abdulaziz!

The idea behind that statement is that you don't need to memorize everything. You just need to be able to find or figure out the information as needed. For example, if you are asked about one of them on a quiz. ;-)

PS: Right after Guil said "Now don't worry about memorizing the full list..." he also says "you might even want to bookmark this page for future reference".