System Check

Steps you go through before joining a video class


The system check is a function of the virtual classroom, which allows you to test whether your software and hardware meet the virtual classroom’s<a href="" target="_blank"> technical requirements.

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If you only have Internet Explorer (11 or later) or Safari (desktop), you will need to install the WebRTC plugin (there will be a pop-up).

The system check contains 7 steps:

  • Browser check;
  • Connectivity check;
  • Video playback check;
  • Sound check;
  • Camera check;
  • Microphone check;
  • Connection speed check.

The final step is a confirmation that you’ve completed the check successfully . In case you experience any issues during the check, there are articles you can refer to by clicking on the name of the step above (except the connection speed check, as the instructions for that are the same as for the second step – connectivity check). The system check itself also contains links to the video tutorials and instructions included in the articles.

System check – in the room

Prior to entering the room, the platform will run a system check in order to determine whether your hardware and software meet the virtual classroom’s technical requirements. The system check runs every time you access the classroom.

If you encounter any issues during the check there are instructions and video tutorials on each steps that you can use in order to resolve the issues.


High video quality is on by default. In case you encounter any problems with your connection, the system would switch video quality to “low” to improve connectivity automatically.


During the microphone check, please talk into the microphone. You will be asked to confirm if you can hear the recording.

We HIGHLY RECOMMEND using a headset for your classes.


Speak into the microphone in order to proceed.


After successfully completing the system check you will enter the virtual room.

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