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what determines whether someone is a "student" in a subject.

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Currently it's just if you've visited the study group while logged in. We're working on making that just a little more accurate by making it if you've chatted/asked a question/replied in a study group. When do you think you should be considered a student?
you should be considered a student if you write any 10 posts/answers
I agree, because I have visited all of the groups at least once out of curiosity if nothing else.

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Yeah, that's absolutely fair. I suspect we'll start by considering any posts/answers/chats as `student' (i.e., any participation), and tweak based on feedback.

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