Category Archives: Access Related Queries


You receive full access to your course as soon as you make the payment.

All you need to do is, after logging in to, please click on the relevant button on the top right to navigate.

For example, to access the SC course, click on Verbal-> SC from the top right corner of your dashboard (click here for screenshot).

Similarly, if you purchased a Quant course, you can access the quant module of your choice by clicking on Quant on the top right corner of your dashboard and selecting the pertinent option from the dropdown.

For more information regarding how to start and plan your preparation, please visit the following page


We understand that you’d like to jot down some of your thoughts during your preparation and that you need easy access to these notes without having to go to multiple places.

To help you out with the same, we provide access to all the notes that you would make on various questions in a single location. Simply click on the My Info button on the top right corner of your dashboard, and once you’re on the My Info page, click on the Notes option visible to you and select the appropriate notes section that you’d like to view. It is as simple as that.☺


Yes, you can re-attempt the questions on Scholaranium. There are 2 ways to do this:

Option 1: Re-attempt a complete Quiz

Follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Scholaranium and click on ‘Attempts’ on the top of the dashboard.
  2. Select the quiz you want to re-attempt.
  3. Click on the ‘Replay’ button.

Option 2: Create custom quiz with ‘Answered and Unanswered’ questions

You can also create a custom quiz from your dashboard to re-attempt the questions. Under the ‘Question Pool’ field, select the ‘Answered and Unanswered’ option. This will include questions from both answered and unanswered pool.


Skill Data is one section in Scholaranium that most students ignore during their preparation. However, when the data in this section is analyzed and put to good use, one can fine tune one’s preparation to a very good degree.

So, we would encourage you to visit the “Skill Data” section in your Scholaranium dashboard to analyze and understand your preparation.