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Basic

Interactive Course

SQL Practice Set

Refine your SQL skills with 88 interactive exercises, ranging from simple tasks with SELECT FROM statements to more advanced problems involving multiple subqueries.

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Mastering SQL is a hands-on experience — learning the concepts is one thing, but writing good queries requires practice. Whether you’re a complete beginner, someone who just finished our SQL Basics course, or an SQL enthusiast who’s simply eager to hone their skills, there’s always room for improvement. This practice set tests your basic SQL knowledge and shows you where you need to improve.

The scope of this practice set includes:

  • simple SELECT queries;
  • aggregate functions (COUNT, SUM, AVG);
  • grouping and ordering results;
  • JOINs (querying from multiple tables, self joins, LEFT JOIN, RIGHT JOIN, and non-equi JOINs);
  • subqueries (simple subqueries, subqueries with multiple results, correlated subqueries, and subqueries in the FROM and SELECT clauses).

The last two parts of the course comprise a special challenge that combines all of the above material for a comprehensive review.

What Do You Need To Take This Course?

Just a web browser and an Internet connection

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Analysts who use relational databases
  • Students taking courses in relational databases
  • Beginning programmers interested in SQL
  • Business database users who want to improve their querying skills
  • Anyone who finished the SQL Basics course or has equivalent knowledge
  • Anyone who wants to practice writing SQL queries

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1. Warm up: Selecting from one table

Review the fundamentals of SQL. Practice using SELECT and WHERE to filter data.

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