eNotes Quizzes: Your Gateway to Study Smarter

Did you know? eNotes offers quizzes designed to test your knowledge on thousands of literature, history, science, and math topics. Check it out today to test your knowledge on everything from Animal Farm to Wuthering Heights!

Read on for a walk-through on how to find the quizzes you’re looking for, plus how you can earn a complimentary premium pass just by taking these quizzes.

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We now have over 950 quizzes to help you study a wide range of topics and works, and that number grows every day. What’s the best way to use them? Let us walk you through:

Head to enotes.com/quizzes for the day’s featured quiz, to create a quiz, or access Your Quizzes. You can find the lists of most popular and newest quizzes at the bottom of this page.

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Looking for quizzes on a specific work? Simply use the site’s search bar to find what you’re looking for. Once you’ve reached the study guide you want, click “More” on the guide’s navigation bar to Read the rest of this entry »


Why We Love the New eNotes Study Guide Pages

eNotes’ study guides have a new look! Check out our top 3 reasons why they’re new and improved:

1. Quick and easy access to the information you need most

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2. Homework Help on the study guide page

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3. Find what’s trending in every subject

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But enough gushing from us! Why not check them out for yourself and let us know what you think? Browse eNotes’ 40,000+ Literature study guides at this link. With eNotes, you can trust that all of our content is unique, expert, and in-depth, making our study guides your best resource for all of your class assignments!

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Get Free Homework Help with eNotes on Twitter

Don’t just ask for Homework Help, tweet it!

Twitter has changed the landscape of so many things–from literature, to politics, to education. That’s why we at eNotes couldn’t resist jumping into the Twitter pool to bring you the homework help you need in a new and exciting way. Introducing operation #swag!

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Selfie courtesy of our loyal intern and resident mathematics genius, Dan.

Whether you write to us @enotes or simply vent to the Twittersphere (see above) we’re here to give you the help you need. Simply post your question in a tweet and we’ll post it for you on eNotes to be answered by our expert educators–a team of real teachers and professors.

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