How does it work when a group of students have different levels?

The whole program and user platform are designed for a self-oriented performance. Even though you always have group presentations, etc., if we talk about a day-to-day experience, you will be working on your own project and tasks, hence it’s irrelevant if students have different levels. That said, on entering the program, you’ll do a level test with one of our mentors in order to know where to direct you. It’s important to note that students help each other a lot on the program but aren’t forced to do so. You will find your own rhythm and pace as the course develops. As the expression goes…slow and steady often wins the race in our experience.

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