CodeHS Practice FAQ
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What is a CodeHS Practice problem?
CodeHS Practice is a curated list of practice problems to help students gain a stronger understanding of basic programming skills. Each Practice problem is autograded meaning students' code will be run through a series of Test Cases to ensure that their code is functionally and stylistically sound, and accomplished the goals of a given exercise.
Who can access CodeHS Practice problems?
Anyone can access the CodeHS Practice problems for free—no CodeHS account required! Simply go to codehs.com/practice and start coding. Note: If you want to track progress, you’ll need to create a CodeHS account.
What programming languages are available?
CodeHS Practice has the most robust coding problems in a variety of programming languages including:
What do the status colors mean?
Grey/Unopened - the student has not yet opened the activity
Yellow/Started - the student has opened and worked on the activity, but has not completed it
Green/Completed - the student has completed the exercise
What do the points mean?
The point value for each problem indicates the difficulty level. (1 = easy; 10 = difficult). You can see the points by hovering over the dot next to the exercise.
Which version of Python is used in Practice?
We use Python 3.