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Progress Quiz Scores?

I did my first one and got just under 3/5. Obviously I have work to do.

What have others received? I'm curious how much XP it takes to get close to 5.

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2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/dogwood32
dogwood32
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How much of your tree have you completed? I understand the quiz is on the whole tree so it may not be an accurate indication of your skills. I've put learning new stuff on hold while I become more proficient in what I've already completed and then I plan to do the quiz. So I'll report my score unless it's so dismal I will be too embarrassed to do so. But I'm curious to try it. Do you think XPs are a factor? - my retention is poor so despite having a lot of XPs I'm still a long way from being even a little fluent. But I'm enjoying the course immensely!

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Reply2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MarkBorkBorkBork

I finished the tree two weeks ago. I do admit to racing through the last bit. The first half of my tree is gold and the rest isn't. I'm slowly working through with a goal of making it entire golden.

I'm guessing if I double my current XP, I should have most of it pretty well memorized. So that would be about level 20 or 15000 XP.

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Reply2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/chirelchirel
chirelchirel
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I did the quiz some time ago and got 4.85, but I'm refreshing Swedish instead of learning it from scratch.

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Reply2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ulfkastner
ulfkastner
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I've only taken it once thus far, about two months ago, at which point I'd completed the Swedish skill tree a month or two prior to that and had put myself on a daily regiment of timed Swedish practice of 200XP or more since said tree-completion. I think my being so used to timed practice made me unnecessarily rush through my first test (I remember it saying something of an estimated duration of 15-20 minutes, whereas I powered through it in something like 7-8 minutes) and I scored what I thought was a mediocre 4.41/5.0. I should mention my language background for context: I grew up speaking German and spent a couple of weeks in Sweden every summer from infancy through my youth, as my mother is from Sweden. I was never taught Swedish and never actively pursued learning it myself until April of this year.

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Reply2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/n0gat
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I usually speak german and had no prior experience with swedish. I use the swedish duolingo course for four months now, have finished the tree probably 2-3 months ago and am currently on level 20. On my progress quiz i steadily progressed (doing one every 3-4 weeks) and on my last one i got a 4.85.

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Reply2 years ago