Your accuracy shows you how many modules you mastered compared to how many you completed. For example, if you complete 6 modules and then master all 6 of them on your test, then your accuracy score will be 100%.
It’s possible to complete lots and lots of modules, but then do poorly on the test and then get a low accuracy score. That means that you're doing lots of work, but the quality of the work isn’t at the level that it really should be. If that is happening to you, you should talk to your teacher about focusing on less modules to work on improving your accuracy.
It's also possible to complete the minimum number of modules and the master them all on the test. That would give you a very high accuracy score, but a low effort score. You need both effort and accuracy to have a strong growth rate.
Click here for more information on what your effort score is.
How is accuracy calculated?
Accuracy = (number of completed modules mastered) ÷ (number of completed modules) × 100%