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About ExamTime (6)

What is ExamTime?

ExamTime is a personal learning environment that allows students & teachers to create, discover and share learning resources.

ExamTime includes study tools to create Mind Maps, Flashcards, Notes and Quizzes. With ExamTime, you can also plan your studies and monitor your progress in real time, as well as connecting with friends and sharing knowledge. All of which makes your studying easier and more productive!

To learn more, check our About page.

How Do I Sign Up?

On the ExamTime homepage, enter your details under “Join now, it’s free!” which you can see marked in red below.

ExamTime Free Sign-up

If you sign up using your email, we will send you a confirmation email. Once you receive this, you must click on the link inside to activate your account. Once your account is activated you can log in to ExamTime.

If you sign-up via Facebook or Google, you will be asked to log in and give ExamTime access to your account. Once your ExamTime and Facebook or Google account are connected you can log in with one click.

Why Should I Complete 100% of My Profile Info?

Filling in this info allows us to tailor public content to what will be of interest to you. It also marks your content properly so others can learn from what you’ve created too!

Does ExamTime have a Mobile App?

Yes, you can now learn on-the-go and access all the material you created on ExamTime.com with our new iOS or Android mobile app. It’s the perfect companion to using ExamTime on the web.

View, discover and share resources with a swipe. Download today:

ExamTime Mobile App - iOS  ExamTime Mobile App - Android

How Do I Give Feedback?

If you have a great idea or find something that isn’t quite working right for you, then let us know by emailing us to: feedback@examtime.com. We are happy to hear any suggestions, questions or ideas you may have.

You can find the feedback options in the ExamTime footer also.

Is ExamTime Free?

Yes. You can use all of our tools for free. However, we have designed a few Premium Plans to help you adapt ExamTime to your particular needs and to personalise your learning even more. Through these plans, you can gain access to advanced functionality, as well as increased quota allowance.

And remember, there will always be a free version of ExamTime.

Archiving (2)

How Do I Restore an Archived Subject?

The fact that your subjects are on file does not mean that you can’t access them again and restore their visibility in your Subjects area of your ExamTime account.

To restore an archived subject:

  1. Click “Archive” from the drop-down menu in the upper right corner of the ExamTime header under your username.

    archived subject

  2. Once you are in your archive, click the settings icon of the subject you want to restore.

    archived subjects

  3. Select the option “Restore from Archive” and click “Save”.

    restore archived subjects

From now on, the restored subject will be available again in your Subjects area along with the other subjects your are currently studying.

How Do I Archive a Subject?

Archiving your past subjects to help you stay focused and manage your resources better is really easy.

  1. Go to the subject you want to archive
  2. Click the “Settings” button on the right marked in red in the image below
  3. Select the “Archive” option and then “Save” your selection

Study Organisation: Archiving

One archived, your subject will no longer be visible in the subject are and can only be access from the archive area which is located in the drop-down menu under your username.

All of your resources included within the subject will remain available as usual even after the subject as been moved.

Assessment Tools (2)

What is Tracking on Mind Maps and Notes?

Tracking allows you to easily tick off areas of a Mind Map or Note that you feel you know or that you have completed tasks for.

To access this feature, click on the Toggle Controls option first, and then simply choose the “Show Tracking” button in the view mode of a Mind Map or Note.

view mode toggle Show tracking mode

You now have the ability to tick the corner of nodes or notes. Tick all the nodes or text boxes you have completed or learned. You will notice a small completion box appear on the resource showing an update of the % completed.

To see the completion rate without being in the resource, simple click the info symbol on the resource tile and the % complete rate will show as a pop up window.

performance tracking on Mind Maps

Tracking on Mind Maps and Notes is a useful tool to track your progress as you work through your study material.

How Can I View my Performance on Quizzes and Flashcards?

ExamTime allows you to view your performance on Quizzes and Flashcards over time. Simply click on the “View Performance Stats” button at the completion of a Quiz or Flashcard deck.

performance tracking for students

This will provide 2 options, “My Attempts” and “Global Attempts”.

“My Attempts” displays your recent scores in a graphical format. Hover over the data point to see the score and date of the attempt on the graph. You are also provided with an average score from all your attempts.

“Global Attempts” is a feature that will be released very soon. This will enable you to see the range of scores from all attempts on the resource, not just your own. This will allow you to gauge your level of knowledge compared to the total ExamTime community.

Flashcards (3)

What Are Online Flashcards?

One of the most popular study methods is using Online Flashcards. If you have never created a Flashcard deck before, here’s a quick guide to help you get started:

What are Online Flashcards?

Online Flashcards, also known as as notecards or study cards, are two-sided cards that are used to study as they help improve memory and retention. They are mainly used to remember key facts, concepts, dates, formula, vocabulary but they can be applied in a number of areas.

How Do Online Flashcards Work?

On the first or front side, you insert a question, word, image etc. and on the reverse you add the explanation, translation, synonym or any other information you want to memorise. The possibilities are endless!

Below is an example of the front and reverse of a flashcard. On the front, there is an image with a natural phenomenon and the reverse shows its name, the Aurora Borealis:

how to create online flashcards  creating online flashcards

How To Use Online Flashcards to Study

Once you have created your flashcard deck based on your study notes, you can review the cards one-by-one, guessing the answer on the reverse based on the information on the front of the card. As you go through this process, you can use the thumbs up, thumbs down buttons to indicate which cards you know or don’t know. The method is very simple and helps you memorise your learning curriculum easier and quicker.

Why Use Online Flashcards

online flashcard makerIn the past, Flashcards were made of paper or card but the widespread availability of technology means that you can now create and use virtual study resources which can be easily shared and won’t be lost or broken.

ExamTime’s online Flashcard tool allows you to access the study notes you create online from anywhere, on any device. In this way, you can take advantage of your downtime by reviewing your notes and maximising your study time.

Also, it’s very easy to mark to mark which Flashcards you know, flip all cards in your deck, reorder and update your Online Flashcards with ExamTime.

If you have not tried ExamTime’s Flashcard tool before, you can start creating your first deck here.

How Do I Create a Flashcard Deck?

The button to create resources is located in the left-hand side of the ExamTime top menu. Click on it and select the Flashcards option. You’ll then be brought straight to a new Flashcard deck.

flashcard maker

The first thing you will need to do to get started with your Flashcard deck is to give it a name. You can do this by clicking on the top bar where it says “Untitled”. A pop-up window will appear and you will be able to add a Title, Description and as many Tags as you want for your resource. You can also enable/disable notifications alerts related to your resource in the same area.

resource details

Creating your Flashcard Deck

When you are visiting the edit screen for your Flashcards, you will be presented with two boxes. The one on the left is for the front of the card; the one on the right is for the back of the card.

Click on the boxes and enter whatever content (text, image or both, including GIF files) you want and click ‘Add to Deck’. You will see the cards you enter appear below this. You can see more on how to add images to your Flashcards here.

ExamTime's Digital Flashcards

Once here, they are automatically saved so don’t worry! You can enter as many cards as you want.

Styling your Flashcards

You can also apply several styles to your Flashcards. For example, you can change a card’s background or use different fonts types for your text. These styles can be applied separately to the front and the reverse. Please note that whenever you apply a style to either side, this will be rolled over to all cards in the deck.

The Action Bar

The Action bar at the top also allows you to move your Flashcard Deck to a different Subject or Topic, Make a copy, Print it, Sharing with friends, groups and others, make it Private, update its Title, Description and Tags, go to the View Mode, or delete the deck entirely.

Digital Flashcards from ExamTime

You can also rearrange the cards by dragging it from the area marked in red below, dropping it onto the desired area and clicking on Save at the end of the page.

ExamTime.com - Online Digital Flashcards

Playing your Flashcard Deck

When playing your Flashcard deck, click the on the next card to move forward using the arrows to go left or right, or click on the numbered circles above the cards to jump into a certain card. Turn a card over and shuffle the deck. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to navigate through your deck. The left and right arrow keys will move the deck and the space bar will turn a card over. You can use a touchscreen device to navigate the deck also.

As you flick through your cards, you also have the option to mark each of them as “I know it/I don’t know it” using the thumbs up/down buttons, to Shuffle or to Flip the deck.

If you click on the arrows pointing upwards on the bottom left-hand side corner, you will discover further options to Edit, Move the deck to a different Subject, Share and Print your resource. Click on the downward pointing arrow to hide this menu.

Flashcard options

Visual Resources

Using these techniques you will be able to create your own Flashcard deck in no time. Here is one we made earlier:

How Do I Add an Image into a Flashcard?

When you create a Flashcard you can insert both text and an image, or even a combination of both on the same side of a card!

Click on the “Upload Image” option if you want to add an image. You’ll be prompted to click the browse button, from here you can search your computer for the image you want to add.

ExamTime's Digital Flashcards

You can add any image so long as it is a .jpg, .gif or .png and below 1MB in size.

Once you have added your image, you can choose where to place it in relation to your text. You can put the image at the top, bottom, left or right of the text.

Below are some examples of GIFs in a Flashcard deck:

Friends (1)

How Do I Add a Friend?

To add a Friend:

Click on either the Friends icon on ExamTime’s top menu bar or on the “Create” button and then on “Add Friend” in the dropdown menu.

adding friends

At the top of the Friends’ page, you will see a search bar. Enter your Friend’s username or email. If they are already part of the ExamTime community, you will be able to see general information about them, as their username, public resources and friends.You can even private-message them from here!

To send your invitation, just click on ‘Invite‘. It is that simple!

finding friends on ExamTime

Your Friend will have to accept your request before you become friends. You can see invitations you’ve received and sent, as well as your current friends list, in the same page.

friends list

Messages (4)

How Do I Send a Private Message?

Sending a private message is easy. Simply click on the envelope icon in the header and you’ll be brought to the Private Message screen.

online private messages

private messaging

Click ‘Add Recipients’ and enter the username of the friend/s you wish to message. Type in your message, attach a study resource or two if you want, click send and you’re done!

You can also send a message by going to a friends profile and clicking on the send message button under their profile picture.

How Do I Attach a Resource to a Private Message?

When you are entering a message you’ll see an ‘attach resource’ button in the bottom right-hand corner.

attaching study aids to messages

Click on this and you’ll be shown a list of all your resources divided under each type (Mind map, Flashcard, Quiz, Note).

resource attachment

Click on whichever resource you want to attach. You can attach as many as you like. Then click send and then the attachments column on the right will show a list of all attached resources.

attached resource

How Can I Control Who Can and Cannot Message Me?

If you go to your account section (under the top right-hand drop-down) you’ll see ‘Privacy Settings’ option on the left.
ExamTime account
Click on this and you’ll see the option to:

  • Allow Private Messages From Friends
  • Allow Private Messages From Others

Tick or untick which ever options you wish.

privacy settings

What Do the Different Icons in Private Messaging Mean?

In the private messaging tool we use different icons to help you identify what state your messages are in. Here we show what each one of them mean:

private messages 4

When you see a number listed on the envelope, it indicates that there are new messages that you have not seen. The number reflects the number of new messages.

  • private messages 1 A white envelope is equivalent to an unanswered message.

private messages 2 A black envelope equals a new message that hasn’t been opened.

private messages 3 The arrow corresponds to a message that has been opened and since been responded to.

Mind Maps (2)

How Do I Create a Mind Map?

The button to create resources is located in the left-hand side of the top menu on ExamTime. Click on it and select the Mind Map option. You’ll then be brought straight to a blank Mind Map canvas.

create a mind map online

If you create a Mind Map, it will automatically be saved to your General subject. However, if you are within a subject when you decide to create a Mind Map, it will be saved in this subject automatically.

Creating your Mind Map

When you first enter a Mind Map you will see your central node and a Menu bar with many options to customise your map.

Mind map maker options

Clicking the central node and typing will automatically rename the Mind Map. If you drag the “+” icon out from the node you can create another node. This will be connected to the central node by a thin strand.

Mind map central node

In the menu bar you will find several controls to edit your text; you can make it bigger, bold, italic or change the font type of the node and any nodes that are attached to it.

Mind map text editing options

You can also change the colour of a node. If you want, you can apply these changes to the outline of a node only, all child nodes and enable a gradient filter.

Mind map maker colour palettes     ExamTime Mind Map Gradient Colours

To delete a node and any nodes connected to it, select the node and click on the ‘x’ icon. You will be asked to confirm this selection.

Deleting a Mind Map Node

The paperclip icon allows you to attach another resource to a Mind Map node for easy access. You can also attach an Annotation, which is a short note. An Annotation can only be accessed through the node it’s attached to. Click on the little notepad icon in your Mind Map to access an Annotation.

Annotations on Mind Maps

The Actions Bar

In the header, you will see all the action bar. From here, you will be able to move your Mind Map to a different Subject or Topic, export it as a PNG file, Copy, Print, Generate a Note, Share it with friends, groups and other users, make it Private, update the Title, Description and Tags, go to the View or Tracking Mode, or delete the Mind Map entirely, as well as view our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Mind Map Actions Bar

Zooming in/out and Inserting Images

In the bottom left-hand of the screen you will see a slider that will allow you to zoom in and out.

Zooming in and out in Mind Maps

You can also insert images by clicking on the corresponding button in the top menu bar.

Inserting Images in Mind Maps

Sharing your Mind Map

When sharing your Mind Map with your ExamTime friends, you can either share as a read-only or a ‘copy and edit’ version. The read-only option gives your friend a snapshot of your resource; they see everything but cannot add anything new. The ‘copy and edit’ option gives them a copy, which they can then edit themselves.

Sharing Mind Maps

This works the same for sharing with groups; instead of picking friends, you pick the group or groups you want to share with!

You can also share your Mind Map outside of ExamTime using the Social Sharing and Email Sharing options. If you prefer, you can embed your resources in a webpage or blog by inserting the embed code in the HTML section of your site.

Sharing Mind Maps Socially

Visual Resources

Using these techniques you will be able to create your own Mind Maps in no time. Here is one we made earlier:

How Do I Add An Image To A Mind Map?

When you are in ‘edit mode’ you will see a grey navigation bar at the top of the screen. Look for the symbol of a landscape picture.

Click here to add your image.


When you add an image it will not be connected to any node. You will be able to insert it anywhere on the canvas. If you want, you can place a node in front or behind the image to make it look like it is connected.

The order in which items appear in a Mind Map depends on the order they were created. So if you want a node to overlay an image it needs to be created after the image is uploaded. Conversely, if you want it to appear behind the image the node needs to be created before the image is uploaded.

image insertion examples

Mobile App (9)

What is the Difference Between the Web App and the Mobile App?

The mobile app has been created to enable you to view, share and discover learning resources. To create resources, you need to use the web app, it is not a feature on the mobile app. Features such as Groups and Calendar are not available on the mobile app yet but will be added in future versions.

Can you Create Resources with the Mobile App?

No, the mobile app allows you to learn on-the-go by accessing Mind Maps, Flashcards and other resources which you have created using a web browser. To create resources, you need to use the web version. You can also search the app to access resources created by other students and teachers.

How Do I Search on the Mobile App?

Select the search icon (magnifying glass) which appears in the top right-hand corner of your screen and enter what you are looking for to search the mobile app for relevant resources.

How Do I Rate the Mobile App?

You can rate the mobile app and send us your feedback within the settings section. You can also tell your friends about the app, learn the app version and sign out in this area.

Can I Use the Mobile App on my Tablet?

Yes, if you are using an Apple or Android tablet you can download and use the ExamTime mobile app.

Is the ExamTime Mobile App Free?

Yes, the ExamTime mobile app is free so you can download it now to start learning on the go:

ExamTime Mobile App - iOS   ExamTime Mobile App - Android

How Can I Sign in to the Mobile App?

When you open the app, you can sign in using your email address, Facebook or Google account.

Does ExamTime Work On Android Devices?

Yes, ExamTime is a Web-app so you can can access it via the internet browser on any Android device.

For viewing resources on a mobile device, we recommend that you download the ExamTime mobile app from the Google Play Store. Search for “ExamTime Mobile” from your Android device to find our app or download click the icon below to download now:

ExamTime Mobile App - Android


Does ExamTime Work on iOS?

Yes, ExamTime is a Web-app so you can access it via the internet browser on any iOS device.

For viewing resources on a mobile device, we recommend that you download the ExamTime mobile app from the Apple iTunes App Store. Click below or search for “ExamTime Mobile” from your device to find our app and download it to your iPhone, iPod or iPad.

My ExamTime Account (9)

I Didn’t Get a Confirmation Email. What Do I Do?

If you didn’t get a confirmation email, make sure you check your junk mail, just in case.
You can request another confirmation email here.

resend confirmation email

If you don’t open the confirmation email for a few days, you might find that the link has expired. If this is the case, request a new one.

If you are having trouble clicking on the link in the email, then you will find a full URL underneath the button. Copy and paste this in to your browser to confirm your account.

ExamTime account confirmation

How Do I Log in?

The login button is located in the top right-hand corner (marked in red below). Click on this and you can then log into ExamTime using either your email account or via Facebook or Google.

ExamTime - Free Sign-in

I Forgot My Password and Can’t Log In. What Do I Do?

If you can’t remember your password you can request a new one here.

Enter in your email address and follow the instructions from there.

How Do I Change my Password?

Click on the dropdown menu in the upper right hand side of the screen and click on ‘Account‘.

ExamTime account

Here, you will be given the option to enter in a new password (you must do so twice) and then confirm your old password. Click update and the effect should be immediate.

How do I connect my Facebook account?

1) Click on the dropdown menu in the upper right-hand side of the screen

2) Click on ‘Account

3) Under the section entitled ‘Social Media Connections‘, you will see the option to connect your account with Facebook. Click on this and follow the on-screen instructions.
connecting to facebook

Note: You will have to give ExamTime access to your Facebook account in order to connect them.

How Do I Connect My Google Account?

If you’re an existing ExamTime user but want to sign in using your Google account in the future, you can follow these easy steps to connect your Google and ExamTime accounts:

1. Click on the dropdown menu in the upper right-hand side of the screen
2. Click on “Account
3. Under the section entitled ‘Social Media Connections‘, you will see the option to connect your account with Google. Click on this and follow the on-screen instructions.
Google Sign-in

Note: You will have to give ExamTime access to your Google account in order to connect them.

How Do I Disconnect My Facebook Account?

To disconnect your Facebook and ExamTime accounts, follow the instructions below:

1. Sign in to ExamTime
2. Click the dropdown menu where your username and profile picture appear
3. Select “Account
4. Under the section titled “Social Network Connections“, you will see the option to disconnect your account from Facebook (if it is connected)
unlinking facebook account
5. Clicking on this will sever the link between your ExamTime and Facebook accounts. Once you have done this, you will be prompted to change your password to complete the process.

You can reconnect them again at any time, if you wish. When logging in to ExamTime the next time you will need to use your email address and password.

How Do I Disconnect My Google Account?

To disconnect your Google and ExamTime accounts, follow the instructions below:

1. Sign in to ExamTime
2. Click the dropdown menu where your username and profile picture appear
3. Select “Account
4. Under the section titled “Social Network Connections“, you will see the option to disconnect your account from Google (if it is connected)
Google account
5. Clicking on this will sever the link between your ExamTime and Google accounts. Once you have done this, you will receive an e-mail to change your password to complete the process.

You can reconnect them again at any time, if you wish. When logging in to ExamTime the next time you will need to use your email address and password.

How Do I Cancel My ExamTime Account?

An account can be cancelled at any time. However, please be aware that this action cannot be undone!

To cancel your account:

  1. Go to “Account”
  2. Click on “Cancel Account”
  3. You will receive a code in your registered email address
  4. Insert the code in the pop-up window and click on “Cancel Account”

My Profile (3)

How Do I Edit My Profile?

Click on the dropdown menu in the upper right hand side of the screen and click on ‘Profile‘.
ExamTime profile

Once in the profile view, you will see a profile completion bar. Click on the green ‘Edit your profile‘ button next to it to update your details. Here, you can see and change your username, country, , type of exam that you are studying for, timezone and enter a bit of info about yourself.

We encourage you to complete as much of your profile as possible. This way we will be able to help you discover content that is more relevant to you!

profile page

How Do I Change My Username?

Click on the dropdown menu in the upper right hand side of the screen and click on Profile‘. Once in the profile view, you will see a profile completion bar. Click on the green ‘Edit your profile‘ button next to it to change your username.

changing ExamTime username

Note: You can only change your username once, so make sure it is correct before submitting your changes.

How Do I Change My Profile Picture?

Every user is given a random profile avatar to start with. You can change your profile pic if you want. When you sign up via Facebook or Google, you can use your Facebook/Google picture as your profile picture.

You can also use Gravatar to select a profile picture. Click on “Edit avatar” underneath your profile picture in ExamTime and follow the instructions to pick the option that appeals to you.

updating profile picture

Notes (2)

What Resources Can be Embedded in my Online Note?

Along with text clippings, you can insert other study resources created with ExamTime (Mind Maps, Flashcards, Quizzes and Notes). Images and other multimedia resources (videos, sounds, presentations) can also be inserted into your Online Notes as clippings.

Online Notes Clippings

How Do I Create a Note?

The create Note button is located in the “Create” drop-down menu. Click on this and you’ll be brought straight to a new Note canvas.
Creating an online note

Click ‘Insert Clipping’ and select the type you want (text, image, media or ExamTime resource). Once you have inserted the clipping, you can change its size and shape and move it around the canvas. You can add as many clippings and you need.

There a numerous text tools located in the toolbar. These include: Bold, Italics. Underline, Change Size, text Colour, Bullet or Number points. You can also insert a link to an external site. Along with text editing options, you can adjust the background colour of a clipping. You can apply this to individual clipping or all clippings using the ‘Select All’ option.

In the header, you will see options to move your Note to a different Subject or Topic, Copy it, Share it with your friends, go into the View or Tracking Mode or Delete the note entirely.

Using these techniques you will be able to create your own Notes in no time. Here is one we made earlier!


Notifications (2)

How Do I Control My Email Notifications?

If you go to your account section (under the top right-hand drop-down) you’ll see the ‘notifications’ option on the left.ExamTime account
Click on this and you’ll see the options to control what type of email notifications you receive.

notifications on ExamTime

What Is The Bell At The Top Of The Screen?

The bell at the top of the screen on your ExamTime header is your notification bell.

bell alerts

The bell will light up whenever an action occurs, to notify you. This works in a similar way to the Facebook notifications and alerts you receive when a new friends has added you on ExamTime, someone has shared a resource with you or commented on one of your learning resources etc. Click on it to see your most recent ExamTime notifications.

The icon on the side of an alert (in the green area above) tells you which alerts you have not seen yet. You can mark them as read by clicking on the icon or on the “Mark all as read” option, if you have several alerts that you already know about.

Online Symbols (1)

How Do I Enter Mathematical Symbols and Equations?

ExamTime uses the universal mark-up language LaTex to input Mathematical Symbols and Equations.

You can enter Mathematical Symbols and Equations anywhere in Flashcards, Quizzes and Notes but only in the annotations( not in the nodes) on Mindmaps. This is due to how our Mindmap tools renders text.

To enter mathematical symbols you need to insert the code within either:

\( …\) or \[ …\]

The \(…\) is for inline text

While \[…\] is for stand alone text

Below we have outlined the text needed for the most common types of Mathematical symbols and equations.

Note: All these examples appear in the stand alone text format i.e. \[…\]. If you wish to include the symbols within text you will need to use the inline bracket set of \(…\)

When it comes to maths it’s always best to start with the Greeks…

Greek Alphabet

Símbolo Alfa LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\alpha\] Símbolo Beta LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\beta\] Símbolo Gamma LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\gamma\] Símbolo Delta LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\delta\]
Símbolo Épsilon LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\epsilon\] Símbolo Zeta LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\zeta\] Símbolo Eta LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\eta \] Símbolo Theta LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\theta\]
Símbolo Iota LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\iota\] Símbolo Kappa LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\kappa \] Símbolo Lamda LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\lambda\] Símbolo Mu LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\mu\]
Símbolo Nu LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\nu\] Símbolo Xi LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\xi \] \[\omicron\]Símbolo Omicron LaTeX recursos matemáticas Símbolo Pi LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\pi\]
Símbolo Rho LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\rho\] Símbolo Sigma LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\sigma\] Símbolo Tau LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\tau\] Símbolo Upsilon LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\upsilon\]
Símbolo Phi LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\phi\] Símbolo Chi LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\chi \] Símbolo Psi LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\psi\] Símbolo Omega LaTeX recursos matemáticas \[\omega\]


Símbolos LaTeX matemáticas Tan \[\tan\] Símbolos LaTeX matemáticas Coseno \[\cos\] Símbolos LaTeX matemáticas Seno \[\sin\]
Símbolos LaTeX matemáticas Seno Potencia \[\sin^2\] Símbolos LaTeX matemáticas Coseno Potencia \[\cos^9\]

Fractions, Squareroots and Degrees

frac sqrt and degree\[\frac{1}{2}\]



\[\sqrt {\frac{3}{2}}\]





Powers, Limits and other formulas

latex LaTex 5


\[\lim_{x \to \infty} \exp(-x) = 0\]

\[a \bmod b\]

\[x \equiv a \]

\[\pmod b\]

\[k_{n+1} = n^2 + k_n^2 – k_{n-1}\]


Periodic Table

Sodium:Na:\[Na\] Water: H2O:\[H_2O\] Glucose: C6H12O6:\[C_6H_{12}O_6\]
Alcohol: C2H6O :\[C_2H_6O\] Sulfate group: CaSO4:\[CaSo_4\] Hydrogen Sulfide: H2S:\[H_2S\]
Salt: NaCl:\[NaCL\] Oxygen: O2 :\[O_2\] Ethanol: C2H6O :\[C_2H_6O\]
Vinegar: C2H4O2:\[C_2H_4O_2\] Ammonia : NH3:\[NH_3\] Magnesium: Mg :\[Mg\]
Acetic acid: C2H4O2:\[C_2H_4O_2\] Butane : C4H10:\[C_4H_{10}\] Acetate: CH3CO2 :\[CH_3Co_2\]
Nitrate : NO3:\[NO_3\] Copper : Cu :\[Cu\] Nitrogen: N2 :\[N_2\]
Carbon Dioxide: CO2:\[CO_2\] Sulfuric Acid: H2SO4:\[H_2SO_4\] Methane: CH4 :\[CH_4\]
Sucrose: C12H22O11 :\[ C_{12}H_{22}O_{11}\] Propane: C3H8;\[C_3H_8\] Baking Soda: NaHCO3:\[NaHCO_3\]
Fluoride: F:\[F\] Flouride: F2:\[F_2\] Peroxide: H2O2 :\[H_2O_2\]
Caffeine: C8H10N4O2 :\[ C_8H_{10}N_4O_2\] Sodium Chloride: NaCl:\[NaCl\] Aspirin: C9H8O4:\[C_9H_8O_4\]
Hydrochloric Acid: HCl :\[HCI\] Zinc: Zn(NO3)2 :\[ Zn(NO_3)_2\] Carbon Monoxide: CO:\[CO\]
Sodium Hydroxide: NaOH:\[NaOH\] Sodium Cyanide: NaCN:\[NaCN\] Gold: Au:\[Au\]
Iodine: I :\[I\] Tin: Sn :\[Sn\] Benzene: C6H6:\[C_6H_6\]
Hydrogen Sulfide: H2S:\[H_2S\] Acetone: CH3COCH3 :\[CH_3COCH_3\] Phosphoric Acid: H3PO4 :\[H_3PO_4\]
Pentane: C5H12 :\[C_5H_{12}\] Methanol: CH3OH:\[CH_3OH\] Hydrobromic Acid: HBr:\[HBr\]
Carbonic Acid: H2CO3 :\[H_2CO_3\] Titanium: Ti :\[Ti\] Sodium Hypochlorite: NaClO:\[NaCIO\]
Ethane: C2H6:\[C_2H_6\] Ammonium Sulfate: (NH4)2SO4:\[(NH_4)_2SO_4\] Octane: C8H18 :\[C_8 H_{18}\]
Copper Sulfate: CuSO4 :\[CuSO_4\] Cholesterol: C27H46O:\[C_{27}H_{46}O\] Benzoic Acid: C7H6O2:\[C_7H_6O_2\]
Sulfurous Acid: H2SO3:\[H_2SO_3\] Galactose: C6H12O6 :\[C_6H_[12}O_6\] Ascorbic Acid: C6H8O6 :\[ C_6H_8O_6\]
Dry Ice: CO2 :\[Co_2\] Sodium Nitrate: NaNO3:\[ NaNO_3\] Calcium Oxide: CaO:\[CaO\]
Iodic Acid: HIO3 :\[ HIO_3\] Lactic Acid: C3H6O3 :\[C_3H_6O_3\] Magnesium Bromide: MgBr2 :\[MgBr_2\]
Carbon: C:\[C\] Hydrogen: H:\[H\] Sugar: CnH2nOn :\[C_nH_{2n}O_n\]
Sulfate: O4S2- :\[O_4S^{2-}\] Citric Acid: C6H8O7 :\[C_6H_8O_7\] Camphor: C10H16O:\[C_{10}H{16}O\]
Silver Oxide: AgI:\[AgL\] Arsenic Trioxide: As4O3 :\[As_4O_3\] Gold Trioxide: Au2O3:\[Au_2O_3\]
Gold Sulfide: Au2S:\[Au_2S\] Bromine: Br2:\[Br_2\] Alumunium: Al2O3:\[AI_2O_3\]


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Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 2 \[ [ b ]\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 3 \[ \{ c \}\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 4 \[ | d |\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 5 \[ \| e \|\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 6 \[\langle f \rangle\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 7 \[\lfloor g \rfloor\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 8 \[\lceil h \rceil\]


Símbolos LaTeX recursos matemáticas 9 \[ \ulcorner i \urcorner\]


Formula and Equations

latex equations





\[( \big( \Big( \bigg( \Bigg(\]


\[\frac{\mathrm d}{\mathrm d x} \left( k g(x) \right)\]

\[\frac{\mathrm d}{\mathrm d x} \big( k g(x) \big)\]




\[a_i\] gives a_i
\[b_{ij}\] gives b_{ij}
\[C_{m,n}\] gives C_{m,n}
\[\delta_{j+k}\] gives \delta_{j+k}


\[x^y \] gives x^y
\[a^{j2\pi}\] gives a^{j2\pi}

\[x^2_3\] givesx^2_3

\[C^k_[\mu,\nu] givesC^k_{\mu,\nu}

Composition with preceding indexes: \[{}_1^2\Psi_3^4\] gives{}_1^2 \Psi_3^4

Underlines, Overlays and Stacking

Includes vectors

\[\hat a\] \[\bar b\] \[vec c\]

\hat a \ \bar b \ \vec c

\[\overrightarrow{a b} \] \[\overleftarrow {c d} \] \[\widehat {d e f} \]

\overrightarrow{a b} \ \overleftarrow{c d} \ \widehat{d e f}

\[\overline { g h i} \] \[\underline {j f l} \]

\overline{g h i} \ \underline{j k l}  \

\[overbrace {1 +2+ \cdots +100}^ {5050}\}

\overbrace{ 1+2+\cdots+100 }^{5050}

\underbrace{ a+b+\cdots+z }_{26}

\[\underbrace{a+b+\cdots +z}_{26}\]

\underbrace{ a+b+\cdots+z }_{26}

\[A \xleftarrow{n+\mu-1} B \xrightarrow{T] {n\pm i-1} C

A \xleftarrow{n+\mu-1} B \xrightarrow[T]{n\pm i-1} C

\[ \overset {\alpha} {\omega} \underset {\mu}{\nu} \overset {\beta}{underset{\Delta}{\tau}} \stackrel {\zeta}{\eta}

\overset{\alpha}{\omega} \underset{\mu}{\nu} \overset{\beta}{\underset{\Delta}{\tau}}\stackrel{\zeta}{\eta}

For more in-depth guides check here and here. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for then just ask us!

Pro Tips:

Right click on any symbols you see in ExamTime and you’ll be given options to see it in LaTex code. If you’re copying and pasting code in from elsewhere make sure and ‘paste as plain text’.

Having LaTex in a resources title will create very ugly links if you share that resource. Only enter LaTex as a title if it’s necessary!

Pinning (3)

What is a Pin?

Imagine that you have found a great learning resource that you would like to check again in the future. Since you did not create the resource, you cannot move it onto one of your subjects.

Pins exist for those cases. By clicking on the “Pin to…” option, while on a resource’s view mode, you are effectively saving a link to it, within your preferred subject, for later reference.

Pinning a learning resource

That way, you will easily find it any time!

Where Can I Find My Pins?

Your Pinned Resources will be within the Subject that you assigned them to, when you initially pinned them.

You will be able to differentiate your pinned resources from the rest because they display a “Pin” icon on the bottom right-hand side corner of a resource tile.

Pinned learning resources

How Do I Remove a Pin?

To remove a pin from a learning resource, go to the resource’s view mode and click on the “Move to…” icon.

Unpinning a resource

On the emerging pop-up window, you will notice an “Unpin” button. Click on it and the resource will be unpinned from your Subject. You can also decide to move it to another Subject instead.

Unpinning a study aid

Play Mode (3)

What is Play Mode?

Play Mode is a quick way of turning your resources into a presentation. This is perfect for students or teachers who want to quickly recap a resource before an exam or while studying.

Press Play to see an overview of the Living Environment Regents Exam:

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In Play Mode: How Do I Play a Mind Map?

Play mode is incredibly easy to use. When you are in view mode, you will see a little play button in the center of the frame. Clicking the play button will obviously set things in motion but you can also do a step by step play-through by clicking the arrow buttons on either side.

mind maps controls

You can also adjust the speed at which it plays by adjusting the control to the left (yes, the little turtle and hare). I told you it was easy!

In Play Mode: How Does My Mind Map Decide Which Node To Play First?

Once you know the logic behind how Mind Maps play you’ll easily be able to adjust it to suit your needs.

A Mindmap plays the central node first and then plays the first layer of nodes. It starts at 9 o’clock and works clockwise around the central node. Once it plays each node in the inner layer it moves on to the next layer. Once it has shown all nodes it then shows the images you have inserted in the same way.

Quizzes (1)

How Do I Create a Quiz?

Click on the ‘create’ option and you’ll be brought straight to a new quiz screen.

Online quiz makerTool to create online quizzes

A Quiz is a series of questions. As such, when making a quiz, you’ll be asked to create questions which will become a part of your Quiz.

Quiz Settings

Before your start adding your questions, select your preferred quiz settings.

Quiz settings

For example, add a quiz timer to put a time limit on each question. You can also weigh your questions; one question can be worth 5 points , while another only 2. This makes your quizzes more realistic and more like a real exam. You can find these options under both, your question and quiz settings.

Adding Questions to your Quiz

To add questions to your quiz, first select the Type of Question that you would like to include in your quiz (you can mix different types on the same one).

You have the option to choose between the following type of questions:

  • Multiple Choice: questions with only 1 correct answer
  • Checkboxes: questions with 1 or more correct answers
  • True or False: question is either true or false

Enter your question and answers and mark the correct one/s. You can also add an explanation by clicking on Add Explanation.
Correct answers quiz answers

Once you are happy with your Question and Answers, you will be able to change the question’s score value and decide whether you want to shuffle the order in which answers will appear on each attempt.

Quiz question settings

Of course, you can also add images to both your questions and answers. This makes your quizzes more engaging and rewarding. You can find the add image option located on the bottom right, under every question/answer.

Your question is now ready. Click “Save and Add Another Question” or “Save and Return to Question List” if your quiz is complete .
Add quiz questions

When you’re done you can play the Quiz. You need to select the answer and then confirm your selection before moving on the next question. When you have finished answering all questions you can review all your answers again before seeing your results.

Tracking Performance

The quizzes also allow you to track your performance with a certain quiz over time.
performance tracking

Click on “View Performance Stats” to view a chart with your progress or “Global Attempts” to see how your perfomance compares to that of other users.

performance history chart

Using these techniques you will be able to create your own Quiz in no time. Here is one we made earlier!

Resources (1)

Can I Share A Private Resource With A Friend?

Yes, a private resource can be shared with a friend on ExamTime. When you are inside the resource you wish to share click on the share icon on your dashboard.

Share Icon


From there you will be given the following options.



share examtime

Click the ‘Share on ExamTime’ button followed by ‘Share With Friends’

Select one of your friends on ExamTime and your resource is now shared.

Study Calendar (2)

How Do I Create a Calendar?

Step 1: Open Your Calendar

When you log in to ExamTime, click on “Calendar” to open your online Calendar tool:
Online calendar

Step 2: Become Familiar with your Calendar

The Calendar will always open in the weekly view. This will show the present week with the current day highlighted in a light yellow.

Along the left-hand side of the page you will see a list of all your Subjects. If you don’t have any Subjects created yet, we suggest you go to your Subjects and create some.
Creating subjects

On the weekly view you will see two blue lines – these highlight the most active times of the day for you. These are set between 9am to 5pm as default and can be edited to suit your individual needs (see Step 7)

In the top right-hand corner you can switch between the weekly and monthly view. Once you have your bearings, you can start using your ExamTime revision timetable template and create your own personal study planner.ExamTime Online Calendar

Step 3: Drag and Drop Your Subjects

You can drag and drop your Subjects (listed on the left-hand side) anywhere on your revision timetable. If you drag the Subject into the top box it becomes an ‘all-day event’. If you want a more nuanced Calendar though, you can drag it down to a specific time period.

Simply click anywhere on the Calendar itself and this will open a box which will allow you to edit the options manually (see Step 4 for more info). If you have used a calendar in Microsoft Outlook before, you will find using our study planner will be a similar experience.

Step 4: Set Recurring Events

When you place the Subject on the revision timetable template, you’ll be presented with more options such as:

  • How long it will last. You need to enter a start and end time
  • If you want to change the event name. For example, if you don’t just want to see an ‘English’ block you can rename it as ‘Study Macbeth’ or ‘Revise Sylvia Plath Poems’
  • Whether it is an all-day event or otherwise
  • Whether it will appear on your Timeline
  • Whether this event recurs every week or if it is just an ad-hoc occurrence
  • Which category it belongs e.g. class, free-time, homework
  • Any personal notes on the event

These are all important options to have but one of the most useful is the ‘Recurring’ option. Clicking this allows you to set whether that particular study block recurs every day, week, month or year. This can be a valuable time-saver and help plan your study quicker and easier in the long run.

recurring events on calendar

Step 5: Populate the Monthly View

Once you have a full weekly study timetable completed, you should plan your learning timetable for the month. When you know which events are going to be recurring every week. Switch to your Monthly view by clicking the tab in the top right-hand corner.

Depending on how busy your month is, you may want to add more blocks here.

Online calendar monthy view

Step 6 Finalise

Once you have populated your revision timetable template, go back over everything and ensure it all makes sense to you. Most importantly, make sure it is realistic and achievable. This means: 1) that you have the time to actually do the study you say you will do and 2) that you have study goals in place that you can achieve. You should also take account of hobbies you have such as football training or piano lessons! This study planner gives you the opportunity to take account of your free time and not feel guilty about it! For some tips on how to plan your study better, check out our study guide.

Step 7 Fine Tune

Everyone is different and will have different needs when it comes to studying. You can fine tune your revision timetable by checking out our features such as subject breakdown or changing the hours of your default view. The button for your ‘Subject Breakdown’ (see image below) is located under your Subjects on the left-hand side.

You can see further Calendar options by going into your Account, this is located in the top right-hand corner drop-down.
Calendar breakdown

Step 8 Constantly Re-assess

You may think you can rest easy once you put in the initial effort, but unfortunately this isn’t true. Realistically, you will not rigidly stick to your study plan, you’ll miss some study periods you had planned sometime, or be late for another, or get sick for a day or sometimes just get tired and collapse on your couch and watch bad TV ( it happens!). The key to avoiding procrastination when it comes to studying is making your revision timetable as flexible as possible to allow for these inevitable mishaps!

Our study tool allows you to quickly update plans so you don’t miss more study. If you find that you are consistently missing study blocks then maybe you should reorganise your Subjects to better suit you.

Step 9 Print/Export and Study!

While nothing is ever perfect, there comes a time when you simply have to print it off. Click on the “Download PNG” to get a snapshot of your calendar. Then print your timetable and then stick it on your wall or in your notebook– where ever suits. If you want to save the environment though you can export your calendar as an iCal file. This file can be used on pretty much any device and imported in to your calendar there. Which ever option you choose you’ll still have to sit down and start studying!


How Do I Export My ExamTime Calendar to Other Devices?

Although the ExamTime Calendar tool is always accessible from anywhere, as long as you are online and signed into ExamTime, you may want to export your calendar entries to other mobile devices that also have a calendar function.

That is why we have added a function that will allow you to export your ExamTime Calendar using iCal (.ics file), which you can then import into your other device.

Exporting an online calendar

In order to export your ExamTime Calendar, follow the simple steps below:

1. Go to your ExamTime Calendar

2. Click on the “Export iCal” option on the top left-hand side of your screen

3. You will receive an email to the email account you provided when you signed up to ExamTime. If you signed up using your Facebook account, you will receive the email to the account associated with your Facebook profile.

4. Open the email and save the attached .ics file using the device you want to save your Calendar onto.

5. Follow the instructions for importing iCal provided by your device’s manufacturer. Generally, they will ask you to save the file first and then go to your device’s calendar settings to access the “import iCal” option.

Study Groups (2)

How Do I Create a Group?

Creating a group is similar to creating a subject. Click on the Groups icon in ExamTime’s top menu bar and then on the “Create Group” option in the Groups page.

creating a group from top menu bar

creating a group

You will then be prompted to enter the Group’s name and description and upload a picture for your group. You can also choose to receive email notifications and alerts related to your new group.

New group options


How Do I Invite People To My Group?

You can add people after the group is created by going into the group page and clicking on the invite button. This is located on the right-hand side of the page. It is located under the ‘members’ section.
inviting friends to group

You’ll then be prompted to enter an existing ExamTime username or enter their email address directly. You can invite both existing and non existing users. You can enter a message as well telling your friend about the group.

friend invite to group

The list of invited friends appears at the end of the “Invite member” pop-up window.


Study Resources (9)

Where Are My Study Resources?

You can find your study resources by:

  1. Searching through your Subjects
  2. Using the Search bar


1. Searching through your Subjects

  • Click on “Subjects” on ExamTime’s header

ExamTime subjects

  • Click on a Subject tile. You will find your study resources divided by Topics as previously specified by you.

ExamTime Topics

2. Using the Search Bar

  • Input your desired search terms on the Search bar, visible on ExamTime’s header. Select the relevant resource under “My Resources” or just click on the magnifying glass.

ExamTime - find your resources

  • Once presented with the results of your query, you can further filter them, by selecting the search scope and resource type.

ExamTime Search options

What is the View Mode?

View mode allows you to see the finished version of your resources. It also helps you navigate through your resources to study smarter.

view mode controls

Underneath, you will see related resources and others created by the same author. What is suggested will depend on what resource you’re viewing. So, for example, if you are viewing a resource in your History subject you will see the other History resources.

Suggested learning resources

Additional Functions

Click on the “Toggle Controls” arrows on the bottom left of the screen to view additional functions like Editing, Pinning to a Subject, Moving it to another folder, Sharing or Printing the resource.

view mode togglemind maps controls

Please note that once you have Pinned a resource, the Pin icon transforms into the “Move” icon. Unpin or move the resource into another Subject by clicking on it.

Pinning a learning resource Unpinning a resource

Click the icon on the bottom right-hand corner to enter the ‘full-screen’ mode. Full-screen will make the resource larger and, the edit screen will allow you to make changes to the resource. ExamTime saves automatically so you don’t need to worry about losing any changes you make.

Full screen mode

In the centre of the frame you will see the play options for the resource. Using these controls is the best way to interact with your resources.

Information and Comments

Underneath the resource, you will find the resource’s Information and Comment sections. Here, you will see the resource’s Title, Who has created it, When it was created, its Description, related Tags and how many Views and Shares the resource has. Also, the Comments section will allow you to engage in discussions or share resources or other useful links.

Comments on learning resources

Can I Print My Resources?

Yes, you can print your Mind Map, Flashcards, Quizzes, Notes and your Timetable.

The option to print is located along the top of the page when you are editing your resource.


Alternatively, you can find it in the View Mode on the advanced functions area visible after clicking on “Toggle Controls”.

printing resources

How Do I Add a Resource to My Favourites?

The Favourites function has been upgraded to the Pinning function. Please see here how to use pins to bookmark your favourite resource.

However, you can still view all your old favourites by clicking on the user drop-down:

favorite resources

What is the Difference Between a Public and a Private Resource?

A Public resource is discoverable. This means that if someone has the unique public URL, they will be able to view the resource. A Private resource is locked-down; only you can see it.

How to Switch from Public to Private or Viceversa

When in View Mode, you can see whether a resource is Public or Private by looking into the resource’s information area, next to the resource’s title.

public or private resource

You can then turn a resource public or private by clicking on “Edit Details” and selecting your preferred option.
Private and public learning resources

Alternatively, you can click on the ‘Share’ option (visible once you click on “Toggle Controls” on the left-hand side) and select either the ‘Make Private’/’Make Public’ option.
View mode private

Every ExamTime user has the option of searching the ExamTime library– this is the collection of all public resources. Others may study using your resources but you can use theirs. We think this approach is best as it allows for the cross-pollination of ideas and viewpoints which are beneficial for better learning.

If you are on Edit mode, you also have the option to switch from one to the other by clicking on the “Make Private/Public button that you will find along the top of the page.
top menu private

What is the difference between a ‘read-only’ share and a ‘copy and edit’ share?

A read-only share is like a snap-shot of your resource— your friend can’t edit it, just view it. A ‘copy and edit’ share allows your friend ( or whoever you share it with) to take a copy of your resource and then edit it as they see fit.
Sharing resources with friends

A history of revisions will be shown so you’ll know who has edited what.

learning resource details

How Do I Embed a Resource in My Blog?

Once a resource is public, you can easily embed it in a blog ( or any webpage).

When viewing a resource, click on the ‘Share’ option and you’ll be shown the embed code for that resource.Embedding a resource

Alternatively, you can also get the embed code from the Edit mode.
embedding a resource from edit mode code for embedding a resource

Insert this code into the HTML section of your blog and your readers will be able to interact with it no problem!

resource embedded in resource

Note: A resource must be public before it can be embedded.

If for some some reason the embed code doesn’t work make sure you paste it in as plain text and perhaps use the tags embed code

How Can I See How Much of my Study Aid Quota is Used?

If you go to the user drop-down in the upper right-hand corner and click on ‘Account’ you’ll be be able to see your study aid quota.

quota summary

Click on the Quota Summary screen in the left-hand column and you’ll see how many resources you have made and how much can still make. This is your study aid quota.

I Have Reached My Study Aid Quota, What Now?

When you sign up to use ExamTime for free, you can create 20 public learning resources and 1 subject. You can increase your ExamTime study aid quota by upgrading your account to Standard, Premium or Premium+.

Alternatively, you could become an ExamTime Advocate and help us raise awareness of our free online learning tools to other students and teachers in any way you can.

Subjects & Topics (3)

What is a Subject?

A “Subject” is a place to house your ExamTime learning resources. It also shows your “Goals” but with a subject-specific context in mind. For most people, a subject is something you study in school or a module you take in College or University. It’s up to you though, people study all sorts of things!

You can edit a Subject’s details by clicking on the bottom left-hand gear icon.

Subject details gear

How Do I Create a Subject?

Click on “Subjects” on the top menu bar or on the “Create” and “Create Subject” buttons.

creating subject from menu

When you click on the Subjects button, a drop-down menu will appear and you will see the option to create a new Subject.

Subject creation   updating subject details

On the pop-up window, choose a name for your Subject, select an icon and a color, as well as whether you want to receive alerts related to resources on this subject or not.

Alternatively, you can go into the Subjects page and click on the “Add New Subject” button to create a new one.

adding a new subject

What is a Topic?

A “Topic” is a further way of filtering your Subjects on ExamTime.

You can add a learning resource to a Topic to help find it more easily. This will mean that within a Subject, you can have several learning resources listed under a variety of Topics. For example, in your Maths Subject on ExamTime, you can add Topics such as Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics and Geometry with related learning resources listed under each Topic.

Topic within Subjects

Subscriptions (7)

Is ExamTime Free?

Yes. You can use all of our tools for free. However, we have designed a few Premium Plans to help you adapt ExamTime to your particular needs and to personalise your learning even more. Through these plans, you can gain access to advanced functionality, as well as increased quota allowance.

And remember, there will always be a free version of ExamTime.

How Can I Pay?

ExamTime currently accepts Visa and Mastercard and soon we will also be supporting other major payment providers.

What Are My Payment Options?

You have the options to pay monthly or to pay less for an annual subscription by paying our reduced annual rate in one payment.

Can I Cancel My Premium Subscription?

Yes, an account can be downgraded to a free account or lower premium account at any time. Once you choose to downgrade, your previous subscription will not be renewed on the renewal date.

What Happens When I Downgrade My Subscription?

On the renewal date, you will be switched to the downgraded account. You will be subject to the quotas and features of the new account. If you are above the new quotas, your account will be put on hold and you will be asked to amend your resources to fit with the new account.

What’s Your Refund Policy?

We strive to be always fair and reasonable. Please review our refund policy for details.

Is ExamTime’s Payment Process Secure?

Our site is fully secure. We use an SSL Cert, encryption, and the security of our transactions is certified by Trustwave. Trustwave certifies us for compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Upon providing your credit card details, you will have the opportunity to check how secure the system is, by clicking on the Trustwave icon. This will display a screen as the one shown below.


Tagging (2)

What is a Tag?

We have introduced ExamTime tags as a way of categorising your resources so that common topics and resources can be identified. By adding a tag to your resource, you can allow ExamTime to suggest similar public resources on that topic. This allows you to gain access to a wider range of relevant public content on ExamTime.

Tags can be added when you title your resource or by choosing the “edit details” button in view mode of the resource, see below:

Resource information

How Can I See Related Resources Created By Others?

ExamTime has a vast library of public learning resources. We have introduced tags to help you identify common/related resources. You can now add various tags to your resource which will act as a way of identifying related resources.

If you add a tag to a resource that has been used by another user, you will see similar resources on the “related” tab on the right-hand side of the screen on view mode.

Tags can describe the subject, exam or topic that you are studying/teaching. The more tags that you add to a resource, the more relevant content you will see.

resource tags

Tutorials (1)

Do you have any videos on how to create resources?

Yes we sure do. Below you can see some of the ‘How to’ videos we have for each of our tools. With every new update to our tools, we will publish new videos to show you how to use the,. We invite you to visit our YouTube channel also. Here you will find a large selection of videos that will give you an idea on how to create resources with ExamTime.

Below you have a few examples on how to create Mind Maps, Flashcards, Quizzes and Notes:



If you can’t find an answer that helps, you can directly contact us here.

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