Using the LSAT QBank

How do I create a Practice Set in the Qbank? How do I add it to my study plan?

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The QBank is an extremely important tab on your Blueprint LSAT account. This is where you go to get all the extra practice required to get that score increase! It’s a tab you should become familiar with if you’re aiming for that 2,500-question goal, as the homework and practice exams by themselves won’t be enough to help you get past that threshold.

The QBank is the place where all LSAT questions ever released live and where you’ll go to get extra practice on the specific question types that you learn about in the video modules or in your live classes. If you’ve done the homework and feel as if you still need extra work to solidify a specific concept or approach to a question, go to the Qbank! It will allow you to get targeted practice and focus your studying on the question types actually giving you trouble.

Once you click on the Qbank tab you can create a practice set in each of the LSAT sections. You can pick a specific question type within that section or a specific concept that you’d like to review. Once you’ve decided on the content of the practice set you can pick a specific difficulty level or choose the Adaptive option which adjusts the difficulty level based on your accuracy in that question set giving you harder questions as your accuracy improves. If you’d like to incorporate Qbank assignments into your study plan, your Blueprint LSAT account allows you to easily do that by going to your Study Plan tab, picking a specific day you’d like to complete your practice set, and clicking the + button. An Add Assignment pop-up will appear with several different options, one of them being Qbank Practice Sets with a blue Create button next to it. Once you click the button it will allow you to create a practice set and once you’ve completed it, it will add it to your study plan. By incorporating Qbank practice sets into your study plan, you can be sure that you’re getting all the required practice and working toward your 2,500-question goal!

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