How should the lesson locks work? They don't seem to be taking effect.

Without the lesson locks in place, a user can complete TypingMaster courses in any order they lice and skip any exercise or lesson. Also, exercises will be marked as completed even if a user has not typed for full duration. The default setup of TypingMaster is very lenient as lesson locks are not enabled.

A teacher can be stricter by enabling either one or both lesson lock options in the Course settings.

Lesson lock options are:
1. Require that lesson exam is passed before allowing access to the next lesson.
2. Require that all exercises in a lesson are completed before allowing access to the lesson exam.

When the first one is enabled, a user can move forward with the minimum requirement of having completed and passed the lesson exam. Other exercises do not need to be completed.

When the second one is enabled, the lesson exam remains locked until the user has completed all exercises in the lesson with full duration. If this setting is used alone, a lesson status remains as "in progress" until user has taken the lesson exam, but the user can access any lesson at their will.

These two working together ensure that students complete the entire material in every lesson.


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