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Restart the course La teorio Nakamura

by pateraggelos, April 30, 2020

Messages: 9

Language: English

pateraggelos (User's profile) April 30, 2020, 11:43:08 AM

Saluton, amikoj!

I started this course "La teorio Nakamura" many years ago, but I only finished the three first chapters. I would like to restart again without creating a new account. Is that possible? How can I do it?

Dankon!

Metsis (User's profile) April 30, 2020, 6:43:44 PM

Just retake from the beginning.

pateraggelos (User's profile) April 30, 2020, 8:33:44 PM

Metsis:Just retake from the beginning.
I mean, I want to restart with no progress on it. If I try to retake it, the answers are there!

Metsis (User's profile) May 1, 2020, 9:26:44 AM

Well, they are, You're right, there is no way to reset IFAIK. If you really want to, create a new account, but there is actually no need, because your score isn't visible anywhere, it's only for you yourself.

kikoo_loool (User's profile) May 1, 2020, 12:42:25 PM

Same problem... what a shame malgajo.gif

Metsis (User's profile) May 2, 2020, 9:04:49 AM

Restarting the course is a FAQ, but I've always wondered why people want to do. The results are private, you learn only for yourself, so why would it matter?

Vestitor (User's profile) May 25, 2020, 8:27:32 PM

Well the fellow said he started it years ago and wants to start again anew. Having the answers there in the first 3 chapters is hardly conducive to learning is it?!

pstudier (User's profile) June 3, 2020, 4:12:17 AM

If you started this course many years ago, then you are a different person now. You can't cross the same river twice. Why not make a new account?

ecmasonjr (User's profile) June 20, 2020, 12:11:04 PM

I would like to review without the answers as well. In my opinion this is a serious weakness in the course, one should be able to go back to review, including re-answering the exercises. For many of us this promotes retention. Should I need to make six new accounts if I wish to review the lesson six times in the future? It should be obvious that this is not a good solution.

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