Good grief - I really would have been better off not knowing. The Rosetta Stone has this wonderful little feature, where if you click the "test" icon for any given exercise in a unit, and run through the test, it will score you, tracking your individual scores, by exercise, in an on-line record. Now I'm not only compulsively doing every exercise of every unit, I'm going back to do the tests on the exercises I've already completed. Sheesh. That would be ten tests for each of the ten levels of unit one, so one hundred tests...
Whose idea was this anyway?
Date Chapter Score Time spent Activity
2009/04/18 French Level 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1 96% 0:02:23 A1
2009/05/10 French Level 1 Unit 1 Lesson 2 100% 0:02:20 A1
2009/05/10 French Level 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1 100% 0:03:35 A2
2009/05/11 French Level 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1 100% 0:02:48 A3
2009/05/11 French Level 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1 100% 0:04:09 A4
Er, ignore that 96% for A1 - that was a test to see if it really tracked the final score, and I was in a hurry. The differing times are due to differing types of exercises; identifying the picture as a phrase is read is very quick, while matching a word/phrase that is spoken to one of four possible answers that are also spoken (no words at all on the screen) takes longer as you need to listen at least until you come to the correct word.
Perhaps publishing the scores will keep me on track; due to various circumstances, the gap above between 4/18 and 5/10 is indeed the gap in time between my last sessions.