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26 Aug, 2011 07:55 PM

I wish that there was a way to sort by the percentage of times I answered a note correctly (correct answers / number of views). I am using MC right now to study vocabulary, and I import large numbers of words. It would be nice, after I had studied a lesson, if I could quickly identify those notes which I always answered correctly. Deleting the notes I know perfectly well would save me time in the next lesson (and would keep my lesson notes from climbing towards a thousand). Thanks.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by drewmccormack on 26 Aug, 2011 08:06 PM

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    Hi Jason,
    You can sort based on learning progress, which is the pie chart. That effectively puts the ones you know worst, and got wrong, first.
    We have some other options for isolating 'wrong' notes coming.
    By the way, the lesson is designed to handle this for you. When you get a note wrong, it stays in the lesson, and appears more in future. Manually changing that is probably not a great idea. If the lesson is too big, better to turn lesson scheduling off for some cases until it is manageable again. Set the schedule to None.
    Kind regards,

  2. 2 Posted by Jason on 26 Aug, 2011 08:37 PM

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    The pie chart doesn't quite give me the information I need. So, I look forward to seeing what options you will include for isolating wrong notes, since that would work just as well as my suggestion. I would really like to be able to use an MC lesson to sort through an imported case and determine which flashcards I need to learn and which I don't. I could do this manually, slide by slide, in another view but that would be more time consuming; also, with the answer displayed right next to the prompt, it would often be difficult to determine how well I know the answer. Although there is no easy solution to this right now, MC is still the best thing out there. I look forward to future versions.

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by drewmccormack on 26 Aug, 2011 08:46 PM

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    Couldn't you just do one slideshow of the lesson for that case, and at the end sort the pie charts. The ones with no progress were wrong, and the ones with one slice were right.


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