Practice SQL queries with all basic coding challenges from 2021!
Are you looking for interactive SQL exercises? If you are a beginner, you've come to the right place. Have fun with our Basic Monthly SQL Practice Sets from 2021!
Did you know you can learn SQL and practice writing SQL queries while having fun? We have collected all of our basic-level Monthly SQL Practice Sets published in 2021 into one SQL course. Here are 93 interactive SQL exercises for you to gain experience in working with data.
SQL Practice Sets are interactive mini-courses, usually with no more than 20 exercises. This is a fantastic way to practice writing SQL queries.
We publish our Practice Sets once a month. This is a collection of basic SQL Practice Sets from 2021. Do you know what
JOIN is? Or maybe you took our SQL Basics course? This great interactive course is for you!
When we create our online SQL practices, we draw ideas for tasks from the real world. We select one topic or industry each month and base our exercise scenarios on it. Check out what we came up with!
Do you run your own business? See how much you gain by practicing SQL and working with databases. You can use most of the practice SQL queries you write in your own projects.
The exercises are designed to be challenging but doable for beginners. Remember, if you have a problem with a task, you can always get hints or support. When you come across difficulties, you learn what you need to focus on and go over them again.
What are you waiting for? Practice SQL and have fun!
Mike owns and wants to grow a car rental business. Help him gather important information using your SQL skills.
Rita and Richard want to improve their apartment rental agency. Can you help them gather the information they need with your SQL chops?
Jennifer is a veterinarian who runs a dog sitting service in different cities. She's always interested in new business projects. Use SQL to help her see if there are enough potential clients for her ideas.
Martin runs a travel agency in the U.S. state of Illinois. Use SQL to help him get to know his clients and the attractions.
Dean runs a business in Cleveland. He would like to know about his customers and their needs. Can you help them gather the information he needs by using SQL?
Scott is a board game enthusiast who has decided to run his own e-store. He needs your help to decide what games and genres are popular, which customers are the most loyal, etc.