Thanks for the feedback!
Did you know about the quiz options screen? The button is tiny and we could do a better job explaining our interface…
The sliders icon in the top right lets you select specific topics to review, which can be helpful if say you’re just looking to practice options math and formulas.
The “repeat randomizable questions” checkbox goes hand in hand with the topic selector. Traditional questions are still included, but it will fill out the session to the max by generating more formula-based questions if any are present in that topic. So for instance, if there are 10 traditional questions and 10 formula-based questions in options, and you select a session size of 50 and have the “repeat randomizable” box ticked, it will fill out the session with an additional 30 formula-based questions. Not exactly the same as what you’re asking for… but it may help with the same goal.
The randomizable questions are immensely valuable since your brain unconsciously holds onto the shape of questions you’ve seen, even if you can’t actively recall that info. By randomizing the questions we can accurately test the underlying concept every time.
It takes a ton of time for us to write these randomized questions compared to the traditional ones, but it’s definitely worth it for the improved learning experience. In Achievable SIE, approximately 30% of the questions are randomizable. In Achievable Series 7, we’ve really doubled down with our efforts there, and so far about 60% of the questions are randomizable. For our Achievable GRE course, every single one of the quantitative questions is randomizable!
Glad to hear that you appreciate Brandon’s videos! We currently have about a dozen of them scattered throughout the content, and we’re working on adding more. We’re also planning to add a video library of sorts so you can access them all in one place in addition to seeing them inline in the content.