How do I get a course completion certificate from Commonlounge?by Anant Jain
Commonlounge members on the Pro or Plus plans are eligible for certification once they complete a course that offers Pro Projects or Quizzes.
Most certificates are generated automatically within three days of course completion. For members still on their 7-day Pro trial, certificates are issued once the first payment gets completed successfully after the trial period ends.
If for some reason you don't hear from us about your certificate within three days of completing the course, we recommend you to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Certificate Request" and the name of the course you've completed in the subject line.
Once we issue a course completion certificate, it'll be verifiable via a link on Commonlounge and will be valid forever, even if you decide to not continue your Pro or Plus membership later.
The certificate contains certain stats around your performance in the course: like average of your Quiz scores, the number...
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Introducing Paths on Commonloungeby Anant Jain
Commonlounge is one of the best resources for absolute beginners to get started with coding and build their own websites and small apps. We're also a great resource to master highly technical topics like Machine Learning, Data Science and Competitive Programming.
Given this wide range of expertise levels across which our content is available, it's often confusing for beginners to know where to start. So, we built Paths to help you with exactly that!
What are Paths?
Paths on Commonlounge are a personalized learning plan created just for you based on your goals and current skill levels. They are collections of courses that can be followed in order. Want to see what a sample path looks like? Here's the complete Web Development Path.
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