Test mode gives you a chance to see how you might perform on an in-class test. You can quiz yourself with different question types depending on what works best for you, or how your teacher prefers to give tests.
Setting up a test
Go to a set you want to study and select Test. By default, Quizlet will generate a 20-question test with four question types — written, matching, multiple choice and true/false. To customize your test, select Options.
Uncheck the boxes next to the question types you don't want to see. You can also adjust the number of questions on your test, whether you'll answer with terms or definitions, and specify if you'd like to see images (if the set you're studying has them). If you've starred specific terms, you can limit your test to just those terms.
If you're studying a diagram set, you can also choose to answer with locations.
Select Create new test to generate a test and begin studying. Make sure to enter answers for all questions before submitting so you don't lose points!
Reviewing your answers
When you're done, select Check answers to see your score. Since Test doesn't save progress like other study modes, your progress will be erased if you leave mid-test. Test will show any questions you answered incorrectly, along with the correct answer.
Once you've reviewed your answers, you can try again with a new test in the same format by selecting Create new test. Select Options if you want to change your settings before starting over.
To share your graded test with your teacher or keep a copy for yourself, select Print test to print your test or save it as a PDF.