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How can I use Up Learn as a parent?
How can I use Up Learn as a parent?
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Written by Guy Riese
Updated over a week ago

As a parent, you can view a Course Overview as your child sees it, though you won’t be able to access the course content yourself.

How do I track my child’s progress?

You can view your child’s subjects and course modules on the main overview.

Inside each course, you can track your child's progress in each topic by looking at the green bars. A full green bar represents complete mastery of a topic, while an empty gray bar indicates that this topic hasn’t been started yet.

You can view your child’s overall progress (Up Intelligence Score) as a percentage.

This is the most important thing to keep an eye on as the closer they are to 90%, the closer they are to being A* ready!

The score will reach 60% when all of the content has been covered at least once.

To increase past 60% your child must be completing practice exam papers and scoring well in quizzes across the course.

How do I invite my child to Up Learn?

When signing up you are asked to input your child's email address. This sends them an email to get them started on the free trial and automatically links your accounts.

If your child has already started a trial, you won't be able to invite them again but that's ok! Simply message us with your child's email address and we will manually link your accounts.

Can I talk to someone about purchasing Up Learn?

Of course. You can speak to our dedicated parents team by booking in a chat here.

Can I manage payments through my account?

Absolutely! Navigate to your Billing page by clicking on the Account button in the top right corner. Here you can see any historical invoices and which courses are active on your student's account.

Can I be linked to more than one child at a time?

At the moment it is only possible to be linked to one child account at a time. If you have an alternative email address you can set up a second parent account to monitor your second child's progress.

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