Quizlet.com

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Quizlet is an online learning tool created by Andrew Sutherland. It was originally conceived in October 2005 and released to the public in January 2007. As of November 2015, Quizlet has over 100 million user-generated flashcard sets and more than 40 million monthly visitors . It now ranks among the top 50 websites in the U.S. In 2016, Quizlet was recognized by SimilarWeb as the fastest growing US Education site in 2015.

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Has so many options to help people with homework and
Has so many options to help people with homework and tests. I know a lot of people just use this website to cheat but it can honestly be used for so much more. It helps with actually learning things as well because people are able to submit things like flashcards and such that can help people remember things like vocabulary and equations. It obviously also has the side where people can post things like tests and quizes and the answers are all on there which definitely helps if you are in an easy or pointless class and want to work less than what is required which happens in almost everyone's life Show More
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13th Aug 2018
I was babysitting for a friend of mine and had
I was babysitting for a friend of mine and had to help with homework. I had never heard of quizlet. I had to hack into my friends kids quiz as he told me he was finished and he wasn't. Wow. First you practice, then flashcards, then quiz, than a test. (He hadn't even made it through the first step. Oh those kids.) Wish I had this when I was in school. I signed up for adfree so I could practice Spanish. 4 stars not 5 as I don't like you can't revise an answer when you mistype. Show More
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14th Jul 2018
In theory, this website is a great idea. But in
In theory, this website is a great idea. But in reality it is kind of hard to use. By this I mean that if you are doing the flashcards, you have to type word for word the correct answer. This is okay if you are studying for a subject such as maths where there is only one way of writing the answer but when taking a subject with definitions, for example, this can be hard because it often marks your answer as incorrect. Show More
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5th Jul 2018
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