Quizlet aims to make studying fun—or at least a little more straightforward and efficient. Whether you are trying to cram for tomorrow’s English midterm or memorizing vocabulary words for the SATs, Quizlet can help simplify your study session by giving you access to a database with millions of flashcards ready for use. Created by an actual high school student in California, the website gives people of all ages an easy way to memorize information online.
For standardized tests like the SATs and the LSAT, finding flashcards is easy. Simply click on the exam you are planning to take, find the topic you want to study, and click on a flashcard set to begin. You can also use the Browse or Search functions to find flashcards with information on more specialized topics, such as Epidemiology or the Italian Renaissance, for example. Can’t find any flashcards on the topic you were planning to study? Make your own. Quizlet makes the process simple by allowing users to choose a subject and import their own study materials manually.
Study groups can benefit from using Quizlet, as well, since the site gives users the choice to share their flashcards with others or keep them private. And rather than trekking to the library for weekly meetings, study group members can instead choose to review their materials online using Quizlet’s private groups function. Whether you are studying solo or with a group, for a big exam or a minor quiz, Quizlet is a fantastic resource for finding free study materials online.
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