If you want more practice after you've completed your homework, you can create your own practice sets on the Practice page of your account!

Head over to the Practice page by hovering your cursor over the Home button and selecting Practice from the dropdown navigation pane.


To create a practice set, click Create New Set under the test section you want more practice with!


You can then specify the type of questions in your set and how many questions, games, or passages are in your practice set. 


Here, you can click on individual question types, entire families of questions, and even specify the difficulty level and other aspects of the questions in your practice set.

For example - if we select implication family questions...

The squares stacked above each question type show the available questions for that question type. 

Squares highlighted in green display available questions that are selected, and squares shaded in dark blue show the questions that have been completed in homework and other practice sets.

The numbers at the top right of the page show - 

  • how many questions, games or passages have been completed so far,
  • how many are available,
  • and how many have been selected depending on the filters you applied!

When you're ready, click Create, give your set a name, and click Begin to start!


NOTE - Practice sets cannot be renamed, so we recommend naming each set in a way that indicates what it contains!

It is also important to remember that practice and homework sets both draw from the same pool of available LSAT questions. 

This means that when you create a practice set, those questions are set aside, which can limit the adaptability of your homework. Because of this, we recommend completing homework first, before creating additional practice sets, to avoid limiting the adaptive homework!

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