Micro kwizzes are back!

Hurrah! By popular demand, we’ve restored the micro kwizzes at the bottom of lessons to help you test your Spanish

 

microkwizzes are back at the end of Spanish lessons!

 

We had to remove these temporarily until we could fix some issues with them. You should notice that it’s now much clearer how to get back from a micro kwiz results page to the lesson it was about:

click to navigate back to the spanish lesson

And from there back to your dashboard studylist or notebook containing the lesson:

lessons have links and a crumbtrail back to the parent list

Micro kwizzes are not comprehensive topic tests; if you want to make sure you cover all the question content then the best way is to repeatedly kwiz against your dashboard studylist or a notebook. A micro kwiz will only let you test a small set of questions and the questions are fixed and so they can’t be taken twice within two weeks.

Note that sometimes a micro kwiz can lead to KwizBot deciding to move you on from that topic and removing it from your dashboard studylist (he likes to stay on top of things), but you can add topics to one of your notebooks and kwiz against that if you want to override his decisions.

We are planning further improvements to micro kwizzes that will make them more powerful, adapt to your knowledge on-the-fly, and let you retake them to your heart’s content, covering all of the Spanish questions for the topic, but that’s for another day.

Author info

Gruff Davies

Despite the very Welsh name, Gruff is actually half French. Nowadays, he's a tech entrepreneur (and some-time novelist) but he used to be a physicist at Imperial College before getting hooked on inventing things. He has a special interest in language learning, speaks five languages to varying degrees of fluency and he often blogs about language learning, science, and technology. As well as co-founding Kwiziq, he is the author the Amazon best-selling SF thriller, The Looking Glass Club and the inventor of the Exertris gaming exercise-bike and Pidgin, a free online tool that makes drawing flow charts and relationship diagrams as quick and easy as describing them in pidgin English.

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