Taking a skill assessment gives you a Skill IQ. You can re-measure your Skill IQ in two ways: you can take a skill assessment do-over, or earn a skill assessment retake. Find information on both options below.
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Skill assessment do-over
A do-over gives you the opportunity to take a skill assessment again. Immediately after you complete a skill assessment, you’ll unlock a one-time do-over which is only available for 48 hours after you take the skill assessment. If you take a do-over and score lower, it’s okay — we remove that lower score and keep the higher score.
To take a do-over, go to your profile page (opens in new tab), click the Skill IQ you want, and click Try Again.
After you take your do-over, you can see a date when your next skill assessment will be available.
A skill assessment retake is the opportunity for you to have your skill proficiency re-evaluated after developing more in a skill. This will help you measure improvement and track your progress over time.
Important: Unlike a do-over, a retake does not remove the lower score. The retake becomes the new score. However, you will get a do-over opportunity after any retake.
A skill assessment retake unlocks 21 days from the last day you took the skill assessment. This includes the initial assessment, do-overs, and retakes. Retakes unlock for any skill assessment. All available retakes display at the top of your All Skills page (opens in new tab).
You cannot stop or reset a retake. Once you begin a retake, you must complete it or come back to it later on.
Click the Finish button to complete any unfinished retakes.
Seeing your skill progress over time
To see how your Skill IQ has changed over time, visit your profile (opens in new tab) and click on a Skill IQ. Click Skill IQ History to toggle between your current and historical Skill IQ. This shows retake history and excludes do-overs.
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