I think sometimes we are guilty on this site of downvoting / voting to close questions that are logically reasonable but in practice hard to answer, and that might be said to apply somewhat here; I imagine there may well be techniques that would help you recognise scale degrees irrespective of octave, but it may be that your problem isn't a commonly-encountered one, and that there therefore isn't a commonly-known way of solving it.
As Dr Mayhem points out, 'good' questions are also supposed to be well-researched - and it could be said that it's hard to see from your question what you've already done to try to solve your own problem.
Overall, though, I don't really see the problem with your question.
If I'm honest, I think another factor is that you do now have something of a history of posting some quite borderline questions on this site. That may be simply because your areas of musical interest don't quite fit with this site's scope, but given that each off-topic question takes time and effort to clean up, you can appreciate that people may start to have negative associations with your username and be inclined not to give your questions the benefit of the doubt. I've personally spent a lot of time defending at least one of your questions in the past, and I don't think it's ideal that we should assess things in 'personal' terms, but we are a community and it is natural to pick up on how each person is acting as part of the community.