I don't know yet.

When you open th study screen, you'll see how many:

Pending/New cards

Due cards

Not-due cards

When studying a card, you'll intervals at the bottom, representing the next time you'll see a card:

example: "(1) 16h 2 3" The first number in parenthesis is the card's current interval in days (rounded). The next three show you what the card's interval will become depending on your answer: wrong, correct or strongly correct.

When studying a due card, you'll intervals at the bottom, representing the next time you'll see a card:

example: "(1) 16h 2 3" The first number in parenthesis is the card's current interval in days (rounded). The next three show you what the card's interval will become depending on your answer: wrong, correct or strongly correct.

Is it possible you are in "new card" mode? Missed cards will keep getting repeated. When you answer a card 3 times in a row, it will move from new -> active. You can change this from 3 to "1" is settings. (I usually do this). So a single correct answer moves it to active. Wrong allows you to keep studying it until you become al little more familiar with it.

To change between "new" and "due" mode, EXIT the deck and enter back into the deck.

If you are in due mode, notice the intervals shown at bottom. If it says you won't see card in 1 day on wrong answer, and you have "repeat missed" off, you shouldn't see it for a day.

If you want, you can export your deck with statistics, email me, and I can take a look and we can discuss.

Ernie

et@orangeorapple.comAs you study, note these numbers and see if you notice a card getting repeated

I don't know yet.

When you open th study screen, you'll see how many:

Pending/New cards

Due cards

Not-due cards

When studying a card, you'll intervals at the bottom, representing the next time you'll see a card:

example: "(1) 16h 2 3" The first number in parenthesis is the card's current interval in days (rounded). The next three show you what the card's interval will become depending on your answer: wrong, correct or strongly correct.

When studying a due card, you'll intervals at the bottom, representing the next time you'll see a card:

example: "(1) 16h 2 3" The first number in parenthesis is the card's current interval in days (rounded). The next three show you what the card's interval will become depending on your answer: wrong, correct or strongly correct.

Is it possible you are in "new card" mode? Missed cards will keep getting repeated. When you answer a card 3 times in a row, it will move from new -> active. You can change this from 3 to "1" is settings. (I usually do this). So a single correct answer moves it to active. Wrong allows you to keep studying it until you become al little more familiar with it.

To change between "new" and "due" mode, EXIT the deck and enter back into the deck.

If you are in due mode, notice the intervals shown at bottom. If it says you won't see card in 1 day on wrong answer, and you have "repeat missed" off, you shouldn't see it for a day.

If you want, you can export your deck with statistics, email me, and I can take a look and we can discuss.

Ernie

et@orangeorapple.com

As you study, note these numbers and see if you notice a card getting repeated