Score to "level up"...

PaulB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Score to "level up"...

Hello all, this is just an open discussion point rather than a critisism of the system.

I currently have a score of 78% in B1, and am now encouraged to move to B2.

I know from a years experience that the Kwiziq system is great for introducing concepts and structure, and that it's great at testing and the IT is excellent, my discussion point is regarding the learning method.

Personally I feel that the 75% score that promotes you to the next level is a little low, I currently feel that I have forgotten items I did learn, and sometimes have learned incorrectly.  I think that I will continue to be tested on B1 ideas when I'm in level B2, so that should reinforce my B1 learning, but I am far from confident with all the themes in B1 currently.
What do you think? I'm quite an old learner (over 50 years old) and us older people are well know to learn more slowly as we want greater understanding before we move on, but I'm wondering how you all feel?

Asked 1 year ago
MarshaC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

I personally didn't move on until I reached 100% in each level. B2 does have loads of new grammar themes and does not really revisit what you learned on B1. It's natural to forget things especially when you change levels but you can always go use the resources to ho back and refresh your learning.

Score to "level up"...

Hello all, this is just an open discussion point rather than a critisism of the system.

I currently have a score of 78% in B1, and am now encouraged to move to B2.

I know from a years experience that the Kwiziq system is great for introducing concepts and structure, and that it's great at testing and the IT is excellent, my discussion point is regarding the learning method.

Personally I feel that the 75% score that promotes you to the next level is a little low, I currently feel that I have forgotten items I did learn, and sometimes have learned incorrectly.  I think that I will continue to be tested on B1 ideas when I'm in level B2, so that should reinforce my B1 learning, but I am far from confident with all the themes in B1 currently.
What do you think? I'm quite an old learner (over 50 years old) and us older people are well know to learn more slowly as we want greater understanding before we move on, but I'm wondering how you all feel?

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