That is up to you. A set of questions a day is best, but once a week is better than not at all. Try to do a set of questions regularly rather than lots in one day. We would certainly suggest no more than once a day at the point you start to find the questions challenging.
The questions will naturally get harder as you get answers correct, although you may find some of the easier questions come around again after 3 months. Just be patient. However, if you want to progress as quickly as possible, go into EDIT PROFILE and then ABOUT YOU. Make sure the sliders are both ON and that you have HIGHER selected.
If the questions are too hard, it may be because other people have been helping you during the 12 questions. If you need help, get it at the end when you are practising and then Arc should be able to find the right level for you. Also, go into EDIT PROFILE and then ABOUT YOU and make sure both sliders are OFF.
Your Level reflects your knowledge and your XP reflects your effort. Your XP increases when you answer any question correctly. In many cases your Level will increase too. However, your level will not increase if the question is a times table question, a revision question, a practise question, or one that you have forgotten recently. This is because it takes a week or so for Arc to be confident that you are able to do that type of question.
Yes. If you forget skills that were previously secure, then your Level may go down.
Arc will continue to give you revision questions based on the harder GCSE higher content, so you don’t forget the trickier topics.
We give you the weekend off!
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