To get started with creating your own test, click on the subject you want to create a test for at the bottom of your home page once logged in:
Click on the green 'create a test' tile:
You will then see a screen that looks like the below. The first tab 'Find questions' allow you to search key words, or use the filtering options to find the questions you want to add to your test. Clicking on a question will allow you to preview the question itself, the mark scheme and the progression framework statement. Selecting the plus symbol by a question will add the question to your test, and selecting the minus symbol will remove that question from the test.
When you're happy with the selections you've made from the question bank, click on the second tab called 'Organise'. Here you can rearrange the question order, remove any questions and preview what the test and the mark scheme sheet will look like in its entirety. You can flick between the first 'Find questions' tab and the 'Organise' tab as many times as you require.
When you're happy with your test, go to the third tab called 'Save and Share'. Make sure you name your test, and you can optionally set a time limit for the test. When you're ready, click 'Save in My Tests'. This will then save your completed test to your 'Saved tests' tab. You can then also export the test as a PDF, Word document, or weblink.