Curious about changing from community critique to official critique.

7:41 AM, Monday February 21st 2022

I was curious about changing from community critique to official one, So far i've done 3 lesson (Lesson 1 , 250 Boxes challenge , Lesson 2 And Lesson 3) if i were to change midway do i have to do every assignment in lesson 1 again? or can i submit the previously done and critiqued exercise from community submission?

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4:33 PM, Monday February 21st 2022

You can resubmit your lesson 1 critique as is if you don't want to redo it, then when that's critiqued you do another 50 boxes and submit them with your original 250. Beyond that you'll have to redo lessons 2 and 3.

4:37 PM, Monday February 21st 2022

Ah i see. Thank you for the reply! I really appreciated it

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9:04 AM, Tuesday February 22nd 2022

In my opinion, you don't need to redo the previous assignments, just post your work and submit for the official critique. If they see that you should redo anything, that it's time to redo it.

1:28 AM, Wednesday February 23rd 2022

This is not correct. Official reviews give extensive feedback that feeds into future lessons so anything past lesson 1 and the 250 box challenge needs to be redone as above.

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