How Quizlet works
Quizlet is a free website providing learning tools for students, including flashcards, study and game modes. It was created by high school sophomore Andrew Sutherland in 2005 and now contains over 400 million study sets. All of the material is user-generated.
The Quizlet Features page provides an in-depth view of the site. Below is a condensed summary.
You start by creating your own study sets with terms and definitions.
Next, you can add images, copy and paste from another source, or use Quizlet's built-in auto-define feature to speed up the creating process.
Over 15 million user-generated flashcard sets (and counting)!
Chances are you'll find something to study.
Track your progress with 6 powerful study and game modes!
Flashcards—Review your material, shuffle/randomize, or listen with audio.
Speller—Type what you hear in this audio-powered study mode.
Learn—Track your correct/incorrect answers and retest the ones you've missed.
Test—Randomly generate tests based on your flashcard set.
Scatter—Race against the clock to drag and match terms/definitions.
Space Race—Type in the answer as terms/definitions scroll across the screen.
Audio is available in 18 languages from English and Spanish to Arabic and Turkish!
Perfect for language study, practicing pronunciation, and learning vocabulary.
Study your material anywhere with mobile apps for iPhone, Android, Windows, and more.