General Education | – What, When, & How

What is Quizlet?

Quizlet is a free flash cards and study games website. It was created by high school sophomore Andrew Sutherland in 2005 and now contains over 200 million flashcards. All of the material is user-generated.

What you can do with Quizlet…

Make or Find Flashcards

  • Create flashcard sets with your own terms and definitions
  • Or choose from millions of flashcard sets created by other users

Use Powerful Study Tools

  • Flashcard Mode lets you familiarize yourself with the material.
  • Learn Mode is the most powerful study mode, keeping track of your scores, and retesting incorrect answers.
  • Test Mode generates customizable tests with short-answer, matching, multiple choice and true/false options.

Share & Study with Your Friends

  • Create a group to share or discuss flashcards with your friends or classmates.
  • Edit and improve sets created by other group members.

Play Competitive Study Games

  • Scatter is a fun matching game which lets you drag and drop questions and answers with your mouse while racing against the clock.
  • Space Race is the ultimate video game study simulation. Racing the clock, you type in answers to questions flying overhead before they evade your grasp.

Study on the Go

  • Never leave home without Quizlet!
  • Choose from dozens of mobile apps on iPhone, Android, Palm, etc.

Use Quizlet in the Classroom

  • Teachers, give your students a free study tool that’s both powerful and fun.
  • Host a group where your students can create and discuss study materials for your class.

Here is a Video provided by Quizlet to demonstrate it’s capabilities…


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