In a "learn to do X" book, should a section review come before the quiz / exercises or after?
I am writing a book on how to program in C#.NET.
Each of the sections follows this format:
- Section Aims
- Section Review
The section review is there to summarise all of the things that have been taught, including the key programming syntax.
It dawned on me that it may be silly to write all that out in the section review, and then immediately ask the reader to answer questions on it.
Should I move the section review to the end of the section, or leave it where it is? My only concern about moving it is that if the reader gets confused or stuck on the quiz/exercises, they may give up!