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What do “behind”, “on track” and “ahead” mean?

Last Updated: Jan 28, 2016 06:46PM CET
When you have at least one goal, Semper calculates the minimal theoretical learning speed necessary for you to reach your goals and compares it to your current learning speed. If your current learning speed is lower, you are “behind”. If it is more than twice as high, you are “ahead”. Otherwise, you are “on track”.

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