|What is Quizlet?||A free online flashcard program - easy to create, share and study|
|How do I make Quizlet flashcards?||Just click "Make Flashcards" above to get started... it's easy!|
|Can I study other peoples' flash cards?||Yes, click "Find Flashcards" above to see Millions of cards, organized by subject|
|Who created Quizlet?|| |
Quizlet was created by high school student Andrew Sutherland in 2006. He's now at MIT.
|How is Quizlet better than paper flashcards?|| |
Quizlet can help you track your studying progress... and there are several different ways to study (games, multiple choice tests, etc.)
|Who uses Quizlet?|| |
Millions of people around the world use Quizlet each month to study everything from languages to science to whatever's on tomorrow's big test.
|Is Quizlet free?||Yes. All the core features are free, and we plan to keep them free. Some special features (e.g. image uploading) are part of Quizlet Plus, which costs $10/year.|
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