My student hasn't trained in months, but Membean says she is ready for a test. Why is this?
Modified on: Tue, 27 Sep, 2016 at 1:40 PM
Any past word that has been sufficiently studied is considered fair game for a test.
A student is considered ready to take a quiz if the Adaptive Reinforcement Engine determines that she has a minimum number of words above the testing threshold. Despite a gap of many months, a student could be ready because:
She has learned some words particularly well: although months may have passed such words have not degraded appreciably and thus are still reasonably strong in her memory.
She has many IKT words: words marked as IKT (I Know This) are always considered quiz-ready. If a student has many words marked as IKT they will be quiz-ready even after many months of little training.
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