Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about Novuskills training.

What is a Track?

A track is a self-guided sequence of work-related microtasks. Each provides immediate feedback to train 3 fundamental skills of a specific cognitive area.

How do I complete a track?

To complete a track you must complete 125 exercises of the different microtasks in a maximum of 4 weeks. The time limit starts to run when the first training session is completed.

What if I don't have enough time or want to do more exercises?

You can purchase an extension of the track only in the next 2 weeks after its expiration. This will give you 25 additional exercises to be completed in a maximum of 7 days.

Can I train with several Tracks simultaneously?

Yes, keep in mind that the time limit of 4 weeks per track, in this case, runs simultaneously.

Can I pause a Track?

No. Once started, the time limit cannot be paused.

How many skills does a Track include?

All tracks cover 3 skills of a specific cognitive area.

How is the CPS calculated?

The Cognitive Productivity Score (CPS) is a KPI based on a proprietary algorithm that uses artificial intelligence to evaluate the performance obtained according to the specific design of each microtask and the time used to complete them, after comparing the average of Novusapiens (users).

Why is the CPS important?

The value of the CPS will accumulate on the cognitive productivity scale to establish the level at which you will be certified.

Does the certificate expire?

No. However, the certificates record the date of the first issue and the date of the last update. This confirms whether your level of cognitive productivity is good or whether you need more training.

What is a Novusapiens?

It is a person who is part of the Novuskills community. Someone who, by starting their training, takes the step in the evolutionary line from Homo sapiens to Novusapiens.