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You're focusing heavily on the word "accuracy", but you're discussing the topic of skills. In an educational setting, the word "proficiency" better represents the goals of teaching, and teachers often measure proficiency by reporting the students' accuracy on tests. I would try to use the more appropriate word, as it will help reduce confusion. Also, ...
Why not order skills by accuracy? Order shows the pattern.
From what I can tell, there isn't much context to the percentages that are presented. What are they percentages of? For example: "Skills to be improved - Subtract within 20: 30%". 30% what? If it's supposed to be Accuracy, it's not called out or made apparent anywhere. You could call it out or simplify the concept a bit.
Why not try visually showing their progress? Also, the color of the bars can change as the progress changes, RED= 10-35% Orange=36-70% Green=70%-100%.
In Android there's no separate button which says "Edit Picture". You tap on the image to add a photo. But on iOS and some other mobile apps there's an "Edit" button available. I'm an Android user and I didn't find any problems with the missing "Edit" button. But as @jgthms mentioned in some cases people will interpret this as a "View Full Image" rather than ...
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