I would just have some comparison terms to understand my speed
You may well receive such information, but in my humble opinion it doesn’t/shouldn’t matter.
First, because it’s not a race.
Second, because we’re all different, and assimilate information at varying speed.
What I mean by that is that you might take more time than someone else to complete the course, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that this other person will end up being more competent than you at frontend development.
Other factors may as well include time available per day to work on this course. If you only have, say, one hour per day, someone else with 3 hours would probably complete it quicker than you.
My two cents being: take your time, do what you feel is right for you, don’t compare yourself to others because it’s not worth it. Some will be faster, others slower, but at the end of the day only what you’ve achieved should matter.
Even in a professional setting, the faster one won’t necessarily be the more competent one. Could be, but not always. Just do your thing, do it to the best of your ability, and try to improve upon your own set of skills.
thank you for spending time to reply my question. I will follow it fully.