Quizlet’s Honour Code

Quizlet's mission is to provide opportunities for education and to encourage the adoption of good learning habits and values. The misuse of our platform for cheating or cutting corners on assignments or tests does not align with the values we set for our company and our community. At Quizlet, we work hard to uphold academic integrity and are continuously adding features designed to improve learning. We expect all Quizlet users to follow our Community Guidelines and to agree to our Honour Code before creating content or studying using our platform.

For Students

It's simple: don't cheat or help others to do so. Quizlet is meant for learning — published test or exam content or other confidential subject content should not be posted on Quizlet. If you are studying past tests, please be aware that this material may still be in circulation and in use by teachers other than your own, and make sure to keep these sets private.

Additionally, it is your responsibility to be aware of and uphold your specific teacher or institution’s policies regarding posting or sharing subjects material online. Please review your class’ or school’s academic integrity policy before posting any content publicly on Quizlet.

Violating Quizlet’s Honour Code includes, but is not limited to:

  • Posting the answers to a test you just sat and sharing them with others
  • Searching Quizlet for answers and using them to cheat on an assignment
  • Using Quizlet on your mobile to copy answers during a test

The bottom line: If your teacher or professor would object to your using Quizlet in a particular way, then you probably should not do it.

Reporting Honour Code Violations

If you have found test questions or answers on Quizlet that are in violation of this Honour Code, submit a report to us and we will address the issue promptly.

If you have any additional questions, please contact us at trust@quizlet.com.