5 brilliant memorization tips for finals season
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Trevor Mahoney, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Santa Clara University. The end of the semester is quickly approaching, and students everywhere are cramming for their…

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Posted by Alexa December 14, 2020 · View post
Fun, informative and low-prep lesson ideas for the Holidays
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Arden Simone. The holiday season is right around the corner, and the final push between Thanksgiving and winter break is well underway. While the holiday season is a time for joy, family and hi…

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Posted by Alexa December 8, 2020 · View post
How to find and use mental health resources in college
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. At some point in our lives, most of us will experience a psychological hardship that we need supp…

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Posted by Alexa December 2, 2020 · View post
The benefits of listening to music while studying
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Trevor Mahoney, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Santa Clara University. There are as many opinions on the best way to study as there are students. One of the most-deb…

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Posted by Alexa November 24, 2020 · View post
5 fun study sets for Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is approaching! While this year has been crazy, there is still a ton to be thankful for: family, friends, and good food. To celebrate Thanksgiving, here are some fun Thanksgiving-themed Quizlet study sets. From fun facts to cooking terms, these sets are perfect to review before making…

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Posted by Alexa November 23, 2020 · View post
Understanding mental flow and how to make it work for you
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. There are certain moments in our lives where we feel so immersed in what we’re doing that time ju…

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Posted by Alexa November 23, 2020 · View post
19 times we were grateful for teachers
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. Around the Thanksgiving dinner table (or any table, really) generations of learners will swap sto…

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Posted by Alexa November 19, 2020 · View post
Gratitude journaling 101
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Trevor Mahoney, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Santa Clara University. During this season of the year, it’s important to reflect on the things in your life that you…

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Posted by Alexa November 17, 2020 · View post
9 funny, wholesome tweets about Quizlet from my personal meme vault
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. If you’re on Quizlet, you’re working hard (or trying to, anyway). I commend you. But you can’t wo…

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Posted by Alexa November 12, 2020 · View post
5 tips for setting up a Quizlet teacher account
Whether your classes are online, in-person, or some in-between hybrid, school this fall is anything but normal. Luckily, Quizlet can help teachers help their students succeed, regardless of the circumstances. We asked Rory Yakubov, a math teacher at Old Bridge High School in New Jersey, to show tea…

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Posted by Alexa November 10, 2020 · View post
An inspiring student shares how she got admitted into Cambridge
It’s been an unusual start to the semester for our UK student ambassador, Mariam, a first-year engineering student at St John’s College at the University of Cambridge. COVID-19 restrictions mean that she hasn’t met as many new people as she had hoped and all her lectures have been online. “My colle…

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Posted by Rachel November 4, 2020 · View post
Understanding the relationship between mental health and studying
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Trevor Mahoney, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Santa Clara University. We’ve all been there. You have multiple tests and projects piling up and it feels as if you ar…

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Posted by Alexa November 2, 2020 · View post
8 essential apps for self-care
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. We've all been there before: You put your head down to study, and when you pick it back up, hours…

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Posted by Alexa November 2, 2020 · View post
How teachers can celebrate halloween during remote learning
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Arden Simone. Inevitably, Halloween is going to look very different this year. With COVID-19, we must continue quarantining, wearing masks, and practicing social distancing. This makes it very…

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Posted by Jose October 28, 2020 · View post
Too Many Distance Learning Tools? How to simplify with Genially + Quizlet
Quizlet is proud to partner with leading educational organizations from around the world. This guest post is by our partner, Genially. Teachers are working harder than ever to ensure a successful school year. As they navigate seemingly constant and unending changes, many are turning to educational…

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Posted by Rachel October 26, 2020 · View post
How to deal with spooky midterms during the Halloween season
Pumpkin photo by David Menidrey on Unsplash Quizlet is proud to partner with real students to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Trevor Mahoney, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Santa Clara University. As October rolls in, the spooky season is mounting.…

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Posted by Alexa October 23, 2020 · View post
Quizlet's 2020 Diversity and Inclusion Report
At Quizlet, we are excited to publish our annual updates on our diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts, just as we’ve done over the past three years. 2020 has been a year to remember, to say the least. Quizlet has always been committed to building a company of belonging and, especially with t…

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Posted by Matthew October 20, 2020 · View post
Seven deadly sins of remote studying, just in time for spooky season
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. You’ve probably been “in school” for a hot minute now, school being your living room. I hope you’…

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Posted by Alexa October 20, 2020 · View post
5 brilliant ways to improve your remote learning perspective
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Trevor Mahoney, a Finance and Management Information Systems major at Santa Clara University. As a college student in the era of Covid-19, making the switch to remote learning has thrown a…

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Posted by Alexa October 14, 2020 · View post
Remote teaching diaries: Back-to-school in 2020
Fall is here and teachers and students are back to school, though in actuality, many did not physically go “back” at all. For everyone, school looks very different than usual. It also looks different from building to building and district to district. So to kick off our new video series, the Remot…

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Posted by Jose October 13, 2020 · View post