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Fill Gaps

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Are there recurring topics you find difficult to master? You may, for example, feel that you can never learn fractions. We call this lack of knowledge a “knowledge gap”. It’s a topic or part of the curriculum that you never seem to master. Most topics in math are built on top of each other. If you have a knowledge gap, advancing in math is very difficult. You can compare this with building a tower of bricks. If a brick at the bottom or in the middle is missing, it is challenging to keep building.

Filling these knowledge gaps is necessary in order to master math. Use the quiz on the dashboard to check what you really know. If you know which topics you struggle with, you can study the encyclopedia and work through quests.

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