Self-Rate Your Understanding

Rating your own understanding of video lessons is a great way to help track which concepts you have mastered and which ones you need to review. This can help you prioritise your revision and is also a useful way for your teacher to track your understanding.

After completing a theory lesson, you will be asked to rate your understanding of the lesson on a scale of 1-5. A rating of 5 indicates that you can explain the lesson to someone else without looking at your notes and that you got all questions correct without guessing. A rating of 1 indicates that you didn't understand the lesson at all and need to spend more time reviewing the content. 


If your school has textbook access, you can also self-reflect on your understanding of individual questions from the textbook question sets. When you answer a question and click Save & continue, you will be prompted to leave a self-reflection.



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