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  • Android, iPad, iPhone
  • Free
  • age 12+

About Quizlet

Quizlet is one of the largest online flashcard sites. Their app syncs with their website, letting you study flashcards from your phone. Quizlet flashcard app is a quick and easy study tool that will help you prepare for that next big test, examination, or presentation. 

Quizlet is easy to navigate and has a simple, clear design. You can study your flashcards by playing games, making quizzes, or just by flipping through your flashcard set.

With Quizlet website, which is also available as an app, students can search an online database of more than 13 million user-created flashcard sets on a wide variety of topics. Quizlet is free, and the content varies from highly useful to useless. Quizlet app is for reviewing flashcards and students can use it to create their own sets of flashcards.

Quizlet Review

Quizlet has several learning options, with gamification modes in addition to the traditional flash card and quiz modes available. Quizlet is the perfect solution to never needing another package of index cards to run through vocabulary words in preparation for a spelling test. It works for studying concepts from almost any subject.

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Quizlet really amps up studying and takes it to the next level. Students can review vocabulary words anytime they have a free moment and since the app stores lists, everything is there when it comes time for an end of the year exam. The talking cards are perfect for students with dyslexia who need alternatives to reading long definitions to learn the meaning of domain specific words. 

Quizlet can read the words out loud to you in a pleasing voice with good pronunciation and accent. You can “star” words that are most difficult to you, and review only those. The recording functionality might be particularly useful for the study of less-widely spoken languages. 

Quizlet is used in every imaginable setting and is essential to both education and business. Its purpose is to help students with things like memorization, recalling key concepts and basic practice in everything from vocabulary to math to language learning. Like StudyBlue, you can upgrade the app’s features by paying for Quizlet Plus, which lets you add photos to your flashcards and removes the app’s ads.

How to make a quizlet

Quizlet either you create your own content or use hundreds of word sets which have been created by learners and teachers around the world. Users can search existing sets or create their own, to which they may even attach images from Flickr's Creative Commons catalog. With a Plus account, users may even upload their own images and audio. 

Quizlet English

Quizlet is an easy-to-use app which helps you learn vocabulary in lexical sets to help you learn and improve your English. The ability to remember the meaning of a word or recall a word is essential for the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Quizlet provides learners of all levels with the opportunity to memorise new words and phrases efficiently and in a fairly engaging way in and out of the classroom. Once learners have their vocabulary set, they can complete a number of different study activities or games that help them to memorise the vocabulary, each with useful feedback on where they went wrong and what they got right. Learners learning other subjects in English, however, can create flashcards to help them learn key items.

How do Teachers use quizlet?

The key to making Quizlet effective lies in how teachers incorporate it into the classroom. Instead of making it a once-in-a-while component, establish Quizlet as part of your weekly lesson plans. Teachers can help learners to develop their vocabularies in and out of class. Teachers may find they spend less time explaining vocabulary items again and again, which can leave more time for skills development and use of the vocabulary.

Teachers can create diagrams for students to learn basketball positions for gym class, use Quizlet Live for friendly competition before the history exam, or create a series of flashcards to help students master their Spanish vocabulary.

How do Students use quizlet?

Students can access Quizlet from an app on their phone or from their computer, making it easy to continue studying outside of the classroom. Students can review vocabulary and memorise it efficiently and in an engaging way. 

Quizlet vs Anki

Quizlet was the winner by a longshot. It has virtually all the functionality of Anki plus a lot more, including games and testing modes. It is the most modern and allows importation of word lists. It works offline (at least on mobile platforms) and can read Mandarin out loud. Quizlet is also the most fun to use.

Tips and Tricks

  • Quizlet Plus allows you to add more than 8 labels to a single diagram, anyone can upload an image and make a diagram set. 
  • In Quizlet, you don’t have to type whatever is in parentheses to get the term correct. This can be helpful in many situations, such as when you have a term with multiple meanings. 
  • To make studying math formulas easier, Quizlet added “Math / Symbol” as a language.
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Quizlet makes studying fun, easy, and effective. Create your own sets of study material or choose from millions created by other Quizlet users, then master your subject with powerful interactive learning tools:


  • Make your own flashcards
  • Put your memory to the test with Learn
  • Race against the clock in a game of Match
  • Share with classmates or your students
  • Listen to automatic pronunciations in 18 languages
  • Enhance your studying with images and audio


"I cannot live without Quizlet anymore, and I assume it's the same for my students :-) Quizlet is a must for every language learner. The Quizlet team always amazes me with its evolution. Just like learning, it only gets better.” - Toshi, English Teacher

"I just started using Quizlet this year, and boy is it a miracle worker! This site has really helped my studying habits, not to mention the fun games! Keep up the good work Quizlet!” - Samuel, High School Student

“Quizlet helps me be more confident on tests. :) I could not have gotten to where I am now in school without it!” - Treeton, Middle School Student

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