Whether at home for homework or on the road toward vacation: Blitzi, the mascot helps practicing lightning computing tasks.
Three different learning units are available (with limitations *):
• Standard Test
The standard test involves plus, minus, painting and Shared objects, which can be activated and deactivated at will. In addition, you can specify the duration of the test and the task number even the speed range. The adjustable speed range applies only to the plus and minus tasks; Painting and divided tasks always include the basics. Tasks that have caused problems in the past learning units are checked then common.
• The ABC
In this lesson only painting and divided tasks are practiced. In addition to the duration of the test and the task number, the number series can additionally be selected here. Tasks that have caused problems in the past learning units are checked then common.
• Favorite tasks
Tasks that are often miscalculated can be practiced in this session.
For something more dynamic and an increased level of difficulty, the tasks can also be represented as a gap tasks in all learning units.
A learning unit is completed when all the tasks were calculated correctly and the time is up. The next task is only displayed if the current task has been calculated correctly. Blitzi supported, fires or outputs a message if there was counted with the wrong arithmetic operator. The elapsed time will turn green when you lie well in time and red if you have to push ahead to solve all tasks in time.
After a lesson the big surprise comes: What rating did you get? Have you been good enough for a 1 or even a 1+? Besides the grade are further useful information, such as a list of the projected tasks, the average computation time per task or the distribution of tasks.
All completed learning units can still be seen in hindsight.
* The free version is limited as follows:
• The standard test and the favorite tasks only have positive and negative duties speed range up to 100th
• All tests consist of 60 tasks at a test duration of 6 minutes.
• The note at the end of a test consists of whole numbers (ie without the intermediate grades 2+, 3, etc.).