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New Monthly SQL Practice for April 2024!

In our April 2024 SQL Practice, you’ll meet Damien who manages a local art museum. He needs you to extract and present him with information to promote the museum. Will you use your SQL skills to help him? It should not be too hard if you have finished our SQL Basics course or otherwise understand core SQL concepts.

Our interactive SQL course is a great way to test your skills and put what you have learned so far into practice. The exercises are fun, so you do not get bored while learning. And thanks to the interactive online console, you write real SQL queries and see their results. You do not need to install or set anything up. A web browser and your willingness to practice SQL are enough.

Maybe this is the first time you’ve come across our Monthly SQL Practices. offers one SQL Practice each month: basic levels on even-numbered months and advanced levels on odd-numbered months. It takes about an hour (or less!) for each SQL Practice and contains 5–10 exercises to help you hone your skills.

Each Monthly SQL Practice features a different business or hobby. We’ve had practices featuring family trees, a language school, a book exchange, a job agency, rental cars, stars and astronomy, auto repair, baking, pizza, movies, U.S. cities, and more.

Our exercises are based on real business scenarios. There are no abstract theories here, just everyday business problems. You can copy most of the SQL queries you write in these exercises and use them in your own projects. This is what they call a hands-on SQL course!

Who is this course for? Everyone, especially beginners who need to practice SQL. We believe this is the only way you truly learn something. Knowledge is helpful only when you use it in practice.

If you are a basic SQL user who knows how to join tables and group and filter data, test your skills with the April SQL Practice!

Hungry for more SQL exercises? Check out our SQL Practice track featuring over 800 interactive SQL exercises. You’ll have brushed up your SQL coding skills before you know it!

Have fun and start practicing SQL now with our April 2024 SQL Practice!