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Are you on sololearn to teach yourself, or are you in college and use it to get the basics or to compare? Can you advise a plus?

Sololearn is definitely one of the best,if not the best,apps out there. But,we can only get this much. SL does a good job for a free and easy to use app, to provide with the basics and sum up the content of some languages.Now they doing even better by adding contents and, for a self teaching like me, curiosity is what guides me. That's why I want to know how the most experienced users do,what they can advise when you have limited resources (using Mobile), what book, how to interact with the community etc

31st Mar 2018, 12:12 PM
DDDD Hikikomori
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@hinanawi what do you use as resources to study?
3rd Apr 2018, 12:25 PM
DDDD Hikikomori
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hinanawi can you please add the link still...? please? Thanks :-)
8th Apr 2018, 12:46 AM
DDDD Hikikomori
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i just use it because it has an easy-to-type-in compiler, and the challenges are a nice time killer
3rd Apr 2018, 12:20 PM
hinanawi
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DDDD Hikikomori currently in a high school for computer science, we have programming classes there, and i have a website which i practice assignments on (it isn't in english however so i doubt linking it will help much)
3rd Apr 2018, 12:26 PM
hinanawi
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DDDD Hikikomori https://petlja.org/BubbleBee/r/kursevi/Zbirka there's only a handful of languages you can submit in, but here it is anyways
8th Apr 2018, 9:32 AM
hinanawi
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