Wondering how many checkpoints are in the Duolingo Spanish tree? There are currently 10 Checkpoints in the Duolingo Spanish Course.
What is a Checkpoint?
In order to pass the Checkpoint or unlock it, you need to complete all of the lessons that come before that checkpoint. That means you need to have earned at least 1 crown in each topic.
Once you’ve finished all the lessons and earned at least one crown for each, then you can pass the last checkpoint in Duolingo Spanish and finally earn your Duolingo Owl!
Once you’ve passed a checkpoint, it’s no longer a checkpoint and it turns into a “Unit.”
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Can You Test Out of the Checkpoints in Duolingo Spanish?
Yes, you can test out of these Checkpoints if you feel like you’re ready! Just click on the checkpoint and it will give you the option to start the test.
Although it’s tempting to want to jump ahead and just take the tests that allow you to pass that Checkpoint faster, I would only recommend doing this if you are already quite fluent in the language.
If not, you probably need that practice, and skipping those easier lessons won’t do you any good.
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How Many Mistakes Can I Make at a Checkpoint in Duolingo Spanish?
Although this is subject to change, right now you can only make 4 mistakes before you fail the checkpoint test in Duolingo Spanish. So make sure you’re ready before you get started!