Our customers made these suggestions for improving HamStudy.org and mobile app. Suggestions for improving HamStudy.org and mobile app.
Hamstudy should track practice exam scores towards an exam date that the user can specify. This can be used for a graphical display of what a projected score might be ...
Suggested by: Chris KC2SYK (24 May, '18) • Upvoted: 02 Sep, '21 • Comments: 3
Suggested by: Jeff Elkins (13 Feb, '20) • Upvoted: 12 May • Comments: 3
Maybe add the actual number of questions the user has attempted. You might also show some numerical stats for each section.
Suggested by: C (10 Jan, '19) • Upvoted: 19 Feb, '22 • Comments: 1
Allowing student to focus quiz practicing several sub-elements will more closely resemble exam, but allow practice on the elements read so far (skipping those not yet ...
Suggested by: Toni (27 Jun, '18) • Upvoted: 23 Feb, '22 • Comments: 1
Keep track of the number of consecutive days using Hamstudy.org. Include this on the progress page. Email reminders to study with encouragement to keep the streak going.
Suggested by: Norm Goodkin (30 May, '18) • Upvoted: 09 Feb, '22 • Comments: 0
In individual study, some questions, regardless of subelement, are more challenging than are others. In group study, various questions are more challenging for some ...
Suggested by: Greg Barnett (17 Oct, '18) • Upvoted: 19 Feb, '22 • Comments: 2
I recommend including the ability to actually remove from the app all tests that are not desired. For example, if studying for Extra, the user should be able to co ...
Suggested by: Daniel (23 May, '20) • Upvoted: 23 Mar, '22 • Comments: 1
This request is an expansion of another users’ request (https://features.hamstudy.org/suggestions/60724/show-which-questions-were-missed) After a practice test [on ...
Suggested by: Chris (03 Feb, '22) • Upvoted: 09 Feb, '22 • Comments: 0
Of you're sharing progress, provide a 1-click link to request an explanation of an answer from those monitoring your progress.
Suggested by: Norm Goodkin K6YXH (19 May, '19) • Upvoted: 25 Oct, '19 • Comments: 0
The resulting capacitance for three capacitors in parallel will ALWAYS be less than the smallest of the three capacitor values. The answer for this question in 576.9 ...
Suggested by: WiseInTexas (12 Jan, '22) • Upvoted: 12 Jan, '22 • Comments: 2