User the dropdown box to select the desired course (a.k.a. category). On the next page, uncheck the titles you know, then click "go!" If you want to study them all, simply click "go!"
To read a single poem, click on the title. To print off all the checked poems, click "Print."
Check "Ignore Whitespace" if you want all indentation and section headers removed—this is useful because the actual exam has unpredictable faith to the poem—most often, they completely disregard the author's intended indentation, but they also do really weird things to it in some instances.
Check "Autoreview" if you wish, in the study section, to review incorrectly answered titles automatically. Unchecked, questions will be asked only once, no matter how you answer.
Check "Show Progress Box" if you want to see graphically where you are in the study section. This is not suggested if you have "Autoreview" checked, because it gives away the answer, sort of.
Change the "X to Y lines" textboxes in order to make the quotations shorter—and thus harder, or longer—and thus easier to study. 4 to 8 is recommended. All quotations on the exam are at least four lines.
Copy the "Permalink" url if you want to use your accumulated scores and checkmarks at a different computer.
Click the bold score at the bottom of your score column to resort from easiest to hardest.
On the study pages, hover over the gray box to show the answer
Click "Got it" if you knew what the title was, or "Try again" if you didn't know it.
Click the numerator of the division in the right-hand corner to open up the entire poem; or the denominator if you want to go back to the main list
The boxes at the bottom of the screen represent the questions you're currently answering. Grey means that question has not been tried yet. Red means you missed it. Dark red means you missed it twice. Black means you missed it at least three times. Green means you got it. Orange means you missed it, but eventually got it right.
Hover over a past box to show the title of that question.