https://www.duolingo.com/astewart45

25 lingot quiz

Is there any way to review your answers on a quiz you take instead of just the score? I got a 1.58/5.00 on a quiz I thought i did very well on and I would like to see what I did incorrectly. If not, please add that feature.

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/CranberrySally

I'll give you 10 lingots to take that quiz again next week.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/rspreng

You can't see your answers. The test must remain secure to remain valid, lie the ACT, GRE, SAT, and so on. It is for evaluation, not instruction.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/haeleth

Just took the test and was very disappointed it did not provide a review of what I did wrong and what I did right, which makes it just about useless from a learning point of view. I'm not sure what sort of validity and security is being spoken of, since this is no official test. As a student, I have no use for this evaluation if all I get is a rough score instead of a chance to review my mistakes and learn from them. Waste of lingots.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/superdaisy

I definitely understand your point about preferring feedback. Here's my take for a bit of contrast: I view it not as a concrete, qualitative assessment of my progress, but as a rough number for those who like numbers. I take it about every four weeks and it's interesting to see the number go up. If I want feedback, doing Strengthen Skills a few times gives me a sense of where I am. (At least, it did when things regilded quickly. Not sure now, because I no longer try to keep the tree gold.)

The questions you get in the test are from the same pool as the rest of the tree. This means that security is less of an issue, but it also means that you can probably find the answers to ones that stump you. I've been using Duolingo Notes to quickly save questions. It might be useful during the test too.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/astewart45

Thanks for the donation, I will do better next week!

3 years ago

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