Tracking Your Overall Progress

You can track all your learning progress on Vocabulary.com through the My Progress section of the website. There you can see a summary of:

  1. Your performance over time: A graph that shows all the points you have earned, questions you have answered, and words you have mastered over time. Hover over the bar graph to see details for any particular day (or week, depending on the time period shown).
  2. Your achievements: See your current achievement level, the number of points remaining until you reach the next achievement level, and a list of all the achievements you've earned recently.
  3. Your ranking: See your overall rank in the Vocabulary.com community, for this week and last week.
  4. Your classes: See the list of classes you are in, and your ranking in those classes relative to your peers for this week and last week. Click on a class to view the stats for that class.
  5. Recent Trouble / Mastered Words: You'll see your current top trouble words, and a list of words you've recently mastered. Click on a word to see your performance on that word.
  6. Progress on Lists: See what you've been doing on lists — whether it's practice or mastery, see how far you've come on each list you are working on.
 
How do I see a list of the words I’m learning?

In the My Progress section, click on the “Words” tab near the top of the screen to switch to the Words display. Then click on the "Words I'm Learning" tab. These are all words that are in your active learning set. They are sorted by progress, with the words you are closest to mastering on top.  You can choose to sort by other criteria by clicking on the "Sort" button at the top-right of the list.

 

How do I see a list of the words I’m having trouble with?

In the My Progress section, click on the “Words” tab near the top of the screen to switch to the words display. Then click on the "Trouble Words" tab. Words are sorted by default with the words you are having the most trouble with recently.  You can choose to sort by other criteria by clicking on the "Sort" button at the top-right of the list.

 

How do I see a list of the words I’ve mastered?

In the My Progress section, click on the “Words” tab near the top of the screen to switch to the words display. Then click on the "Words I've Mastered" tab. Words are sorted by default with the words you mastered recently on top.  You can choose to sort by other criteria by clicking on the "Sort" button at the top-right of the list.

 

Can I look back and see what I did in the past?
Absolutely. Simply use the time period selector in the upper-right hand corner of the screen. And select the time period you'd like to look at. We've provided some handy presets.  The default view starts today and goes back to when you first started using Vocabulary.com.

The time period selector

 

 

 

 

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