The user with the most XP on Duolingo is Pat159978 with 7,918,158 XP and the user with the second most XP on Duolingo is Faeryeye with 6,877,711 XP.
There is some debate as to who is the user with the most amount of XP on Duolingo. Some accounts are fake or bots and therefore have wracked up an unreal amount of XP and we can’t be sure if those accounts can be trusted.
Where to Find the Users with the Most XP on Duolingo
If you are looking for a Hall of Fame or a list of users with the highest Duolingo score, there are a couple of places you can look! The first place is on the Duome website, which has a list that ranks users with the most amount of XP.
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The Duome XP Hall of Fame is split up into a few categories. The first is “Questionable” meaning that although these accounts may have the most amount of XP, they are most likely bots and not actual people.
The second category is the list with users that are most likely real people that have earned an insane amount of XP on Duolingo and deserve to be honored on the Hall of Fame!
The next place you can check for a list of users with the most amount of XP is in the Duolingo Forum. On this page is a user’s unofficial Hall of Fame List.
You can scroll to the bottom of that forum as well to find other Hall of Fame Lists that other Duolingo users have made.
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Sunday 2nd of January 2022
I think Pat has the most XP, but with less than 80 crowns almost no progress in any language. Repetition of easy stuff over and over and over again??? By comparison, Professorcoonwp has about 7,300,000 XP but almost 11,500 crowns, meaning working through each language from easier to harder to hardest, that’s progress! Just my thoughts, Rod
Monday 20th of February 2023
@Rod, I question all of them that have multi- millions of xp, with this rationale:
Duolingo was released in 2011. This article was published in 2021. That's 10 years, or 3650 days. Let's take an average of 1,000 XP per day, that's 3.65 million XP. 1000 XP/day is not a lot per se, but a consistent 1, 000 every single day for 10 years straight is unlikely, in my opinion.
Again, I'm not saying it's impossible, I'm just saying it's unlikely and I would bet that any account with multi-million amounts of XP were probably shared with at least a couple of other users or used some form of spam hack to get that much XP.
Just my thoughts