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A few noob questions

Hi, So I am kind of new to sololearn (started yesterday) and wanted to ask you guys (or girls) a few things: 1. Will I sololearn show me to practice stuff again that I already learned as time passes (like on duolingo)? 2. How long should I train per day and how many xp should I attempt to get? 3. How well will I know a programming language once I finish the course?

12th Feb 2018, 12:40 PM
Matthias - avatar
3 Answers
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1. Not really like Duolingo. Sololearn courses shows you the basics of each language, but to practice it you need to take what you learned and use it on different scenarios. This can be challenges that get posted in Q&A or own projects (like a calculator) 2. Time investment is totally up to you. Depends on time you actually have, your discipline and of course the intention you have to learn programming 3. You will know the basics. It's more a toolbox which you can use to build something out of it. The more you use it, the more you learn about the language.
12th Feb 2018, 12:55 PM
Alex - avatar
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1) No, once you've finished a course, you've finished it forever. That's because 2) while challenges and the sort are fun and help you remember the syntax and basic functions of the language, the only way to really learn programming is to start making your own programs. 3) You will know the basics. Enough to where you can start taking the previously mentioned next step.
12th Feb 2018, 12:48 PM
Vlad Serbu
Vlad Serbu - avatar
Well, you can reset the progress of a course and start over again.
12th Feb 2018, 4:18 PM