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  • For Students

    Higher test scores
    There is no better way to retain the material you have learned than to use it and get feedback. By completing the CodeLab exercises, you internalize and reinforce your knowledge of the concept and better retention means better scores on the exams.

    No brick wall
    If you've ever been completely stuck on a homework problem, you know what the "brick wall" is. In CodeLabs there are no brick walls. Every exercise comes with feedback, hints and other explanatory material that will help you overcome any learning obstacle.

    More efficient studying
    By doing the CodeLab exercises you will spend less time finding out what you do and don't know. Within seconds of your submission, you will know if you need to study a concept. This translates to less time spent figuring out what to study and more time learning by doing.

    Better grades on projects
    Turing's Craft CodeLabs will prepare you for the large programming projects. By mastering the individual concepts and language constructs in the CodeLabs, you will be able to tackle larger programs with greater speed and precision. You will spend less time wrestling with basics and more time fine-tuning your project to get the best grade possible.
    What our students say
    "I think the CodeLab exercises are great..." Mark Manos, Student, University of Oklahoma.

    What our students say
    "Turing's Craft is very easy to use and definitely helped me grasp the concepts of C++ programming more easily. I am not even a computer programming major and I was able to write complete programs with ease after practicing with Turing's Craft." Nzinga Ebron, Student, Brooklyn College. (more)

    What our students say
    "Being a student who is entirely unfamiliar with Java and actually ALL forms of computer programming, it really does help me learn the language by putting it to use. I truly feel it has assisted me a great deal." Lindsay Fowler, Student, University of Oklahoma . (more)

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