I have noticed that my scores, which once sat at 100% in all 6 levels, sometimes move backwards to, say, 99% without my having attempted a test at that level. I do not do the quizzes in the daily emails but I do do the weekly dictees and writing tests. Can these have effects on the dashboard level scores? Or does Kwiziq just knock off some points if it is has been a very long time since you did a test. Or could it be that I did a "Test recommended" and it threw in a test for a level that was already at 100%, even though I had another level that was at 99%?
Can you notify the Helpdesk as this is a system problem and not language-related.
just noticed this recently too David. Thought there may have been a new lesson added in the section, but if there is, haven't found it. There is already too much weighting to just doing quizzes rather than the functionally far more useful exercises (in my opinion).
This usually happens when a new lesson is added. It's easy to overlook the new lesson, though. Might be a good idea to have a pop up alert when logging in which tells me of the news.
I suppose there is nothing I can do other than to test out at the level and I suppose it will ask some questions that relate to the new lesson. I wonder how you can get to see new lessons. I have never done the lessons as such. I just did over a thousand tests and if I got them wrong it showed me the relevant lessons.
There is a new lesson here: Conjugate vouloir in the imperative mood in French (L'Impératif)
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