It's best to make an individual study guide for each section or subcategory of a larger test or subject area. For example, each section of the GRE could have its own study guide: one for Analytical Writing, one for Verbal Reasoning, and one for Quantitative Reasoning.
Study guides cover subcategories of a larger test or subject area and need to have both a title and a description.
Once your first few study guides are ready, we can publish them! We can publish content as needed, so there's no need to launch all your content at once.
Study guides must have at least five sets, and one of those must be a practice test.
To create a study guide
- Select Create a folder in the sidebar.
- Enter a title.
List the high-level category, followed by the subcategory.
For example: Medical Spanish Vocabulary | Spanish Language Guide.
- Enter a description.
Include the following information:
- What students will learn
- Who the content is for (level / course / exam)
- Concepts covered (up to 10)
- The differentiating benefit, such as that this is licensed and official content, the most recent information, the brand, that it aligns with the national curriculum or a specific textbook, etc.
- Select Create folder.
To add a set to a study guide
- Open the folder.
- Select + by the set title.
- From the list of sets, select + by the ones you'd like to add. Select – to remove a set.
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