Student Tools

How many levels or chapters do I have left?

Here are the number of hours and levels in each course:

Course
Number of Hours
Number of Levels
Has Timers?
Max Number of Hours Allowed Per Day
California Teen Drivers Ed
30 hours
11 levels
Unlimited
California Traffic Violator School
8 hours
9 levels
Unlimited
Florida Drug and Alcohol Course (DATA/TLSAE)
4 hours
13 levels
Unlimited
Florida Basic Driver Improvement
4 hours
15 levels
Unlimited
Illinois Adult Drivers Ed
6 hours
11 levels
 Unlimited
Nevada Teen Drivers Ed
30 hours
18 levels
 Unlimited
Ohio Teen Drivers Ed
24 hours
10 levels
2 hours per day
Pennsylvania Teen Drivers Ed
30 hours
18 levels
 2 hours per day
Texas Adult Drivers Ed
6 hours
8 levels
Unlimited
Texas Defensive Driving
6 hours
11 levels
Unlimited
Texas Instructor Taught Drivers Ed
32 hours
13 levels
 Unlimited
Texas Parent Taught Drivers Ed
32 hours
12 levels
2 hours per day

There are two ways of seeing your progress and how much is left to go:

  1. Table of Contents (detailed look at exactly how many levels, chapters, and pages are left to go)
  2. Progress Bar on the Home Screen (overview of your percentage through the course)

Table of Contents

The table of contents is a great resource for determining exactly where you are in the course, and for moving to a specific location if you want to review the material. It shows each level, and can expand to show the chapters and pages within that level. As you move through the course, you unlock more material. Material that is still locked will be greyed-out which means that you have more to do before you can access that point.

When you go to the Table of Contents, you’ll notice some letters followed by numbers. These letters and numbers stand for certain levels, chapters, and pages.

L = Level, C = Chapter, P = Page

For example, if you see L1 C2 P3, you are looking at Level 1, Chapter 2, Page 3.

This is what the Table of Contents looks like:

 

When you click on a level, it will expand to show you the chapters in that level.

When you click on a chapter, it will expand to show you the pages in that chapter.

When you click on a page, you’ll be brought to that specific page in the course and you can review content. You can only go to pages that you have already completed. You are not allowed to jump ahead in the course.

 

Progress Bar

Below is a screenshot of one of our courses. This is what the home screen looks like. Right below the Aceable logo, you will see a progress bar. In this example, this student is 30% complete with the Texas Parent Taught Drivers Ed course. For a more detailed look, read on to learn about how you can see this in the Table of Contents.

 


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