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2016-08-17 21:30
bcas1984 Hello all,

I wondered if there was some way to completely reset the training system. I haven't been to the site in a while and some of my problems have very long timers (up to 15 months). As I haven't practiced in a while, I'd like a fresh start.

Any help would be appreciated. I understand I could just start a new account, but I'd prefer to keep the same e-mail address, etc, etc.


2016-08-17 22:05
Darrell Malick Hi Brent,

A complete reset is not part of the system. However, it really isn't necessary. Just launch the Training System. When you look at a problem, if you've forgotten it, click "forgotten" and it will reset that problem back to "start over" status. On the other hand, if you haven't forgotten it, then resetting it would just cause you to waste study time starting it over.

I took a look at your account and you will literally be back on track after 1 or 2 days of normal study.

Let me know if you have any other questions or if I can be of any help.

2016-08-17 22:10
Terri Schurter I returned just two weeks ago from an absence of over a year and i had a similar feeling. It turns out you can't reset, but you can turn off problem sets. To give myself a brand new start I turned off all problem sets and started watching lectures over again and adding sets again as I watched the lecture to which they belonged. I have over 300 problems added so far, and I am happy with the results. If you are worried about problems not coming back soon enough for you try this. Mark problems as forgotten. That will bring them back in ten minutes. Then look and see how soon they will come back after that. I think that turning off all problems and adding thm in at a reasonable pace is the real key. Hope this helps. Terri

2016-08-17 22:11
Darrell Malick Not Brent, Brett. Sorry.

2016-08-17 22:11
Terri Schurter Listen to Darrell. My method is probably too conservative.

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