What are nuggets?

Modified on Sun, 18 Dec 2022 at 05:51 PM

A nugget is a mini-lesson and a series of questions. The data and results from these nuggets are also used to personalise your recommended learning path.

There are two types of nugget:

1) A diagnostic contains no learning material which assesses your strengths and weaknesses through a series of questions. The data from these diagnostics are used to kick start your personalised recommendations on CENTURY.

2) A normal nugget is a mini-lesson on a topic within a subject. These mini-lessons contain learning material in the form of revision cards or a video. Once you have reviewed the learning material you will be asked a number of assessment questions to evaluate your understanding of the topic. At the end of the nugget, you will see your percentage score out of 100% and your completion score, which measures how much of the nugget you have looked at. You will be able to retry the nugget to improve your score or proceed to the next nugget, which has been recommended based on your understanding of the topic. Nuggets should take roughly 10 - 15 minutes to complete. 

It is important to note that when you are completing the questions in a nugget, if you are unsure of an answer, you can go back to the learning material.

You can do this by either selecting the pink circles above the questions or by using the drop down to select either the video or the slideshow. 


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