Check your Python learning progress and take your skills to the next level with Real Python’s interactive quizzes.
We created these online Python quizzes as a fun way for you to check your learning progress and to test your skills.
Each quiz takes you through a series of questions. Some of them are multiple choice, some will ask you to type in an answer, and some will require you to write actual Python code. As you make your way through each quiz, it keeps score of which questions you answered correctly.
At the end of each quiz you receive a grade based on your result. If you don’t score 100% on your first try—don’t fret! These quizzes are meant to challenge you and it’s expected that you go through them several times, improving your score with each run.
All of these quizzes were created by professional Python developers with years of experience to ensure you’re learning the skills and techniques that really matter.
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Basic Data Types in Python
Test your understanding of the basic data types that are built into Python, like numbers, strings, and Booleans.
How to Run Your Python Scripts
One of the most important skills you need to build as a Python developer is to be able to run Python scripts and code. Test your understanding on how good you are with running your code.
HTTP Requests With the "requests" Library
Test your understanding of the Python "requests" library for making HTTP requests and interacting with web services.
Linear Regression in Python
In this quiz, you'll test your knowledge of linear regression in Python. Linear regression is one of the fundamental statistical and machine learning techniques, and Python is a popular choice for machine learning.
Python Basics: Code Your First Python Program
With Python installed, you’re ready ready to start coding! It's time to write your first Python program.
Python Basics: Conditional Logic and Control Flow
With conditional logic, you can write programs that perform different actions based on different conditions. Paired with functions and loops, conditional logic allows you to write complex programs that can handle many different situations.
Python Basics: Dictionaries
Python dictionaries, like lists and tuples, store a collection of objects. However, instead of storing objects in a sequence, dictionaries hold information in pairs of data called key-value pairs.
Python Basics: Finding and Fixing Code Bugs
Logic errors occur when an otherwise valid program doesn't do what was intended. They cause unexpected behaviors called bugs. Removing bugs is called debugging, and a debugger is a tool that helps you hunt down bugs and understand why they're happening.
Python Basics: Functions and Loops
Functions break code into smaller chunks and are great for defining actions that a program will execute several times throughout your code. Instead of writing the same code each time the program needs to perform the same task, just call the function!
Python Basics: Numbers and Math
You don't need to be a math whiz to program well, but numbers are an integral part of any programming language. Python is no exception.
Python Basics: Scopes
To fully understand functions and loops in Python, you need to be familiar with the issue of scope, which determines where a name is visible within your program.
Python Basics: Strings and String Methods
Strings are a fundamental data type in Python. In simplified terms, strings are collections of text, and they show up in many contexts. For example, strings can come from user input, data read from a file, or messages sent by equipment talking over a network.
This is a quiz that will review topics covered in our Speed Up Your Python Program With Concurrency tutorial.
Python Conditional Statements
Test your understanding of Python conditional statements
Python Dictionary Iteration
Dictionaries are one of the most important and useful data structures in Python. Learning how to iterate through a Dictionary can help you solve a wide variety of programming problems in an efficient way. Test your understanding on how you can use them better!
Python Folium: Create Web Maps From Your Data
In this quiz, you'll test your knowledge of Python f-strings. With this knowledge, you'll be able to include all sorts of Python expressions inside your strings.
Python GUI Programming With Tkinter
In this quiz, you'll test your understanding of Python GUI Programming With Tkinter, the de facto Python GUI framework. Check your knowledge of GUI programming concepts such as widgets, geometry managers, and event handlers.
Python Lambda Functions
Python lambdas are little, anonymous functions, subject to a more restrictive but more concise syntax than regular Python functions. Test your understanding on how you can use them better!
Python Operators and Expressions
Test your understanding of Python operators and expressions.
Python Strings and Character Data
Test your understanding of Python strings and character data.
This is a quiz that will review topics covered in our An Intro To Threading tutorial.
Test your understanding of Python variables and object references.
Python Virtual Environments: A Primer
In this quiz, you'll test your understanding of Python virtual environments. With this knowledge, you'll be able to avoid dependency conflicts and help other developers reproduce your development environment.
Reading and Writing CSV Files in Python
This quiz will check your understanding of what a CSV file is and the different ways to read and write to them in Python.
Reading and Writing Files in Python
A quiz used for testing the user's knowledge of the topics covered in the Reading and Writing Files in Python article.
Splitting, Concatenating, and Joining Strings in Python
In this quiz, you can test your Python skills when it comes to the most fundamental string operations: splitting, concatenating, and joining.
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