I am feeling with you. It was tough near the end. -- Chris.
Hi Beverley - sorry to hear this. It's a common frustration and it's definitely on our list of things to address. For now, the best work around I can suggest if this happens is to put the lesson where you missed answers into a notebook on its own and you can then quickly kwiz it to get the score back to 100% without being distracted by other topics.
It's not ideal, but it is far less frustrating this way.
Hope that helps, Gruff.
You are a magician! Thank you so much for your advice. I've achieved 100% on A1 and am now working on moving up my percentage of 90.8 to 100% for A2. What a good idea to focus on errors by creating an individual notebook for them. I can really focus and avoid continually covering topics in which I am strong. Hopefully, no more knitting fog!
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