Study eight different ways with Quizlet! Five study modes and three activities make reviewing any subject engaging and effective. Here's a quick look at all the ways you can study with Quizlet.
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A study set is a list of terms and definitions or questions and answers. Study sets can include words, images, and audio. You can upgrade any time to get even more special features, like diagram sets!
Diagram sets include an image, map, or diagram that you can label with terms and definitions. Find out more about how to create a diagram set.
Review terms and definitions or questions and answers the way you would with traditional flashcards.
Answer questions that get progressively harder. This study mode creates a personalized study sequence based on your familiarity with the content and helps you master everything you need to know.
In Learn mode, Quizlet Plus subscribers can get help from the Quizlet Learning Assistant with custom study paths, keep track of their Progress, and use smart grading to focus on concepts instead of rote memorization. Find out more about how you can study with the Quizlet Learning Assistant.
Answer questions by writing out your response. If you miss a question, you can focus on it later.
Listen to terms and definitions and then type what you hear. This mode works well for studying a new language or practicing spelling in your own language.
See how you might perform on a test by quizzing yourself with different question types.
Race against the clock to match terms and definitions as quickly as you can.
Type answers quickly to stop asteroids from hitting your planet. As you progress through the levels, asteroids start falling faster. This game is currently available on the website only.
Classic Quizlet Live
Teachers can challenge students with our classic classroom game, Quizlet Live! Players work in teams to correctly match terms and definitions. You can play Classic Live in teams mode or individuals mode.
Checkpoint is a way for teachers to conduct fun, formative assessments in the classroom to see what students are mastering and what needs more focus. These quick activities provide rich feedback to inform future lesson plans and offer a quick way to engage students in material in real time.