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Progressive quizzes

Did you notice that JS quizzes contain features from ES6, Java quizzes contain questions about static blocks and so on. It's great to see how quizzes progress all the time, isn't it? The problem is that courses stuck in 2014. Quizzes went a lot further. Doesn't it bother you?

28th Sep 2017, 11:29 AM
Igor Makarsky
Igor Makarsky - avatar
7 Answers
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Yes it bothers me in some way. And I'm surprized how those questions pass quiz reviews after my submissions was rejected in different forms. There were hard and easy ones, some new, some made more or less with/by patterns from existent questions (I believe such "same type" questions or "questions of a same kind" needed too to grow a question base and to prevent such quick memorization of all questions, especially close ones are usefull, like those submitted by Norayr Gasparyan for example), but still... :(
29th Sep 2017, 1:09 AM
Andrew Harchenko (Tomsk)
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Oh, yeah. And there IS a differences in quizzes/challenges by languages/weapons! For example in PHP there ain't any questions about OOP in PHP (there isn't a bit about it in the PHP course)... oh, wait! Except this one: "Is PHP an object oriented language?" 😂😂😂 After finishing SL's course about PHP some may answer no. 😉😀 (And how much time has passed while there were no updates in courses... they are geowing too old... poor elderly courses 😔😖😞)
29th Sep 2017, 1:13 AM
Andrew Harchenko (Tomsk)
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Yup I've noticed some new language features in Java and Javascript quizzes! However I've tried to submit a few quizzes with advanced usage of C# but all get rejected. 😭
28th Sep 2017, 11:45 AM
Zephyr Koo
Zephyr Koo - avatar
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Yes, Igor.
28th Sep 2017, 7:38 PM
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The lessons seem to be oriented to the very beginner. The most elementary basics of a language don't change that much so I don't expect to see that much change in an elementary level course, nor would I expect to see very many advanced questions.
29th Sep 2017, 9:06 AM
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To be honest, I thought that there will be more courses/more advanced. In Learning setcion nothing happens for a long time. As an application for learning, and with such huge community it should change.
29th Sep 2017, 5:06 AM
Jakub Miziński
Jakub Miziński - avatar
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@GW III It's "all right", only if Sololearn is not interested in keeping users (from leaving)
29th Sep 2017, 1:27 PM
Andrew Harchenko (Tomsk)
Andrew Harchenko (Tomsk) - avatar