Essay Exams should mention what topics they cover. Sometimes you want to take a practice essay exam, but when you go to take it, you realize that you have not covered the material that is being tested on yet.
I think the Quimbee exams should have a description of their tested topics.
For Ex. a Crim exam should have a heading stating "Subject Matter: Rape, Murder and Burglary". Thus, If students want to began taking exams early in the semester, they can easily skim the exam bank and choose a topic they should know to test themselves.
This would be more helpful and less time consuming than having to wade through the test and read the call of the question to determine if they can handle it.
The Essay exams are good, but choosing which ones to do is a doosie since they are named "Exam [#]", could you add tags so that when you click on the exam itself, it shows tags of what concepts the exam tests? ie res judicata, pleadings, etc. That way we dont have to read the whole fact pattern just to guess what concepts the test focuses on