Quizlet is an amazing Flashcard Resource for learning almost anything

January 12, 2012

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Have you ever sat with your child helping them learn history facts, Spanish words, multiplication facts, or any of the myriad of facts they learn throughout their school years?

Next time, head over to this great website that has done most of the work for you already:


What we like:

  • It’s free, funded by ad revenues.  (You can upgrade to ad-free and ability to load images onto flashcards for an optional $15/yr)
  • It’s well-established, so almost any facts you’re looking to study will probably already have a set of flashcards entered for you by previous users – over 8 million sets!
  • A well designed dashboard showing all your flashcards, recently studied, statistics, etc.
  • Many learning methods including spoken flashcards for foreign languages.
  • Games to increase speed and fun with learning.
  • Groups – If you are learning in a group, you can get together, share flashcard decks, keep in touch and help each other.
  • Printable – A new feature allows you to print your flashcards if you need to take them with you.
  • Built from scratch by a high school sophomore into a thriving business.  Read his story here.

What a great resource!  Enjoy.

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2 Comments so far

  1. docmisty March 28, 2012 9:55 am


    Thanks for the suggestion! I’ll check it out. 🙂


  2. jollibee March 28, 2012 4:05 am

    gFlashcards is very good alternative to quiz let. I use it for my art classes.

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