I have been doing the Python Computer Science career path and I was feeling pretty good until I did the sections on loops. And then I came back down to earth. Hard. It’s been a very discouraging 3 days.
Previous sections, I was able to complete the challenges with minimal lookup and/or googling. On the loops, I couldn’t finish a single one on my own. I am hesitant to continue working through this career path until I figure these out, otherwise I feel I’m not going to be able to completely understand future lessons.
Are there any remedial review sessions or extra practice exercises (not challenges) here (or externally) for this topic (loops)? Or is it possible to retake the loops lesson without resetting the progress for the whole career path? I especially think I need to better understand how the loops functions iterate through lists and, for example, when “i += 1” is needed to increase the index and when it isn’t.
Any suggestions are welcome.