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Using Test

Last Updated: Jun 28, 2017 03:40PM PDT

Use Test mode to practice before a quiz or exam to make sure you've got the material down. You can choose different combinations of question types depending on what works best for you or how your teacher prefers to give tests.

Setting up your test

Click on the Test icon at the top of a set page to get started. Our default test shows you 20 questions with all four types — written, matching, multiple choice, and true/false. If you'd like to customize your test, click on the Options button.

Uncheck the boxes next to the question types you don't want to see. You can also adjust the number of questions in your test, whether you'll be prompted with terms or definitions, and specify if you'd like to see images if the set you're studying has them. 

When you're done making adjustments, click on the Create new test button to generate your new test. 

Taking your test

Start entering your answers. You can work your way down the page in order, or skip around between questions if that works better for you. 

When you're done, review your answers and then click on the Check answers button to see your score. Be sure to answer all of the questions and click on Check answers before leaving the page. Test mode doesn't save progress like in other study modes, so your progress will be erased and you'll have to start over with a new test. 

If you missed any questions, Test mode will show you which were wrong along with the right answer as you scroll down the page. 

Once you've received all of your answers, you can try again wth a new test in the same format by clicking on the Create new test button. Click on the Options button to change your settings before starting over. 

Want to share your completed test with your teacher or keep a copy for yourself? Click on the Print test link to print your test or save it as a PDF.

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