Bert Stendahl wrote:I have a question about this, why stop this post?
See the section about late starters
So if, for instance, you only had time to get to lesson 4 in the old session, you can't just wait and pick up from lesson 5 in the new session, but need to follow the whole course again from lesson 1. That's something you may wish to take into account if deciding whether to start very late.
And also few paragraphs down:
Can I change levels once I've started?
Yes, students may start or leave a course at any time, so there is no problem if you find after a while that the level you chose was too hard or too easy and decide to switch to a different level. The only thing to bear in mind is that you would need to go back and start the new level from the first lesson of that level and catch up.
I agree that it could be clearer said in the conditions, that everyone needs to start from the first lesson and work through lessons progressively. And I also know that this rule isn't a strict rule in all of the Delcamp forums in four languages. Most people start in September, and for them this isn't an issue, unless they would need to skip a lesson for one reason or another. If you're asking for justification for this rule, I'm afraid that I cannot help with you with that. My job as a lesson mod is just to enforce the rules, and make sure they are understood