If the question seems to be doubtful, I usually take the screenshot of that, so that I can search and experiment on that question later on. If we learn from the mistakes, then nothing is impossible. What I am trying to say that you just Practice and nothing else. I have also lost many challenges but won more than the lost. The key of success is "Practice".
If you would have noticed, in sololearn chalanges the question sometimes repeat, so by this you have already got an idea of that question because you have faced it earlier.
Keep coding have fun !!!
👍 Keep upvoting...
Bro when a challenge question looks doubtful or tough then u should follow the following procedure:
1. First capture screenshot of that question so that question will remain in ur gallery of ur phone.
2. When the challenge ends scroll down the page and there is a analysis section located there
3 . You can click on that to see all the right answers and try to learn from it.
And never forget
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
Can't do much. Follow your guts at that time since you have to answer it. Take a screenshot of the question or note it down (if you are fast enough) and post it in Q/A section later to get the clarification :)
Read the question carefully even then the question seems doubtful then take a screenshot or remember that question...
Now just ask your friends or mates about the answer of the question...
Even now the question is doubtful then report it to SoloLearn or post a question on that ....
Solo learn will eventually take any action on the question you had doubt
You should challenge only players with 10 or more levels. That increases the probability that they actually answer the challenge and that you can take a look at the answers afterwards.
Well, that is at least my strategy of maximizing the learning experience. But it strongly reduces the number of wins I get...
while in challenge i try to use reason.
after the challenge is completed i make a research on the internet, through the official documentation of that language or on different sites (i usually end up on stack overflow).
if none of the question's answers are correct i report the question. if there's a correct answer to it than i learnt something new.
disclaimer: just learning the answers doesn't help you, as similar questions can pop up and you will still answer incorrectly. understanding how a code got you to a result helps you more, as you do this to broaden your knowledge.
Use your logic. I'm actually quite new to web design, but still got lots of wins in HTML, mostly 4 or 5 correct. Just because when not sure, I think if I was to post this question, how would I try to trick or puzzle the contestants.
It's better to stop the internet ....
After you getting answer with clear observation ,on the internet connection...
//May be it's working
Try once .....
If it works follow the same idea you can win each and every challenge ☺
There have been a number of times when i had the same thought.
As others have said, I always go back and look at the questions I missed to figure out why. Its usually because I thought the question said something it didnt.
I too always look at the correct answers after the challenge. I can usually figure out why I missed it. It would be nice if comments were turned on in that section so there could be discussion of the problems.