Flashcards are perfect for learning key facts and dates, vocabulary, quotes and formulas.
Test you and your friend’s level of retention by swapping Flashcard decks.
Check out an interactive sample Flashcard Deck here.
No one enjoys memorising stuff, at best it’s time-consuming, and at worst it’s a tedious hellfire of monotony. However, we all know that it is a necessary aspect for learning. Sometimes you just have to sit down and learn something. There are many different ways of memorizing stuff, everyone has their own technique, some stranger than others. I remember my sister used to put her notebook under her pillow the night before an exam because she felt that the knowledge was somehow transferred to her while she slept…she is a teacher now… makes you wonder sometimes.
Thankfully though you don’t have to rely on some very speculative osmosis, our free flashcard tool is prefect for studying and memorising all that vocab or history dates or formulas or whatever in-between. They are quick and easy to create, and can be accessed from anywhere. It’s the perfect thing to kill some time while you’re on the bus or to get a quick recap of key terms before you go in and sit an exam. If you have a smartphone you’ll always have access to your flashcards and will be able to test yourself on the go.
You can also share them with friends and they can share with you, so you can test each other and see who is the nerdiest of them all. In time you’ll be able to add pictures to your flashcards to help those who learn visually. You could also use our flashcards as guide to help you give a presentation, put the key words in and it’s like having a little powerpoint in your hand. The major benefit of using our flashcards is that you can constantly test yourself and know which areas you have memorised, and then you can discard them and create a whole new deck so you’re always challenging yourself to learn more.
The average person apparently spend one hour everyday just waiting (that could be nearly 3 years over a lifetime), imagine if you transformed this time into something productive and used it to do your study. Our free flashcards could help you do this so stop waiting (see what I did there) and sign-up for free.
For more info on how flashcards can help you study, check out our other blog, Different exam types – different approaches
P.S. They also save the trees, gotta love the trees!