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Can you transfer progress between schools?


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#1 xqdel

Posted 01 February 2013 - 10:06 PM

Does anyone know...

If a child had a previous account with mathletics, can the progress made on the curriculum activities be transferred to the new schools account (so that the child does not have to repeat the activities again, particularly in situations where child was working above grade level previously)?

Can't find a support section or an FAQ on the mathletics website that covers the situation.

Thanks

#2 mumto4boys

Posted 01 February 2013 - 11:56 PM

I don't think you can transfer progress but if you are talking about a child's school account it shouldn't matter.

I have the children in my class on 6 different levels/courses.

When a new child comes in I will often take them down a level to start with so they can experience success in their new environment but it very quickly becomes apparent which children need to be moved up or extended further.

You may like to mention your child's previous level to the new teacher but I can't see any problem with repeating and consolidating some tasks either.





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