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kewlgeek555

  • one year ago

I Have a Question - Why does my SmartScore says that I have only recieved 41 medals for answering - but my subjects say otherwise. My subjects say tat I have earned 78. And why does it say that I have -1 points in computer science when I haven't even studied that subject and I never even asked or answered a question?

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  1. thomaster
    • one year ago
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    medals for answers will only increase when you get a medal from the asker of a question. when other people give you medals, your medal counter will increase but medals for answers will stay the same. About the -1 point in computer science, I think that's just a glitch or bug, ignore it.

  2. thomaster
    • one year ago
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    Also for next time: post these questions in the OpenStudy Feedback section, instead of the ambassador section.

  3. kewlgeek555
    • one year ago
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    Oh. Thanks @thomaster . Sorry for posting it here - I thought ambassadors could help. :-)

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