We’ve recently made changes to which parts of Quizlet are available for free and which are now part of Quizlet Plus and Quizlet Plus for teachers subscriptions. Unlimited access to Learn and Test modes is now available only with a Quizlet subscription, and Gravity is no longer available. We understand that changes like these can create disruptions in study routines, and that's why we're continuing to make our free study products, like Flashcards mode, even better.
While the number of students and teachers using Quizlet has grown, we have remained a small but mighty team. We’ve made these changes to better reinvest in building great products that can help millions of students around the world.
Sections in this article include:
- Can I get a monthly subscription to Quizlet Plus?
- I’m a free Quizlet user. Can I still access Learn and Test modes?
- I’m a student. What’s free to use on Quizlet?
- Where is Write mode?
- Where is Spell mode?
- Why is Gravity gone?
- What’s new with Flashcards mode?
- I’m a teacher. What’s free to use on Quizlet?
Can I get a monthly subscription to Quizlet Plus?
Yes! You can now subscribe to Quizlet Plus on a monthly basis so you can pay for just the months you need. Monthly subscriptions do not include a free, 7-day trial. If you’d like to try out the free trial, you can do that with an annual plan.
I’m a free Quizlet user. Can I still access Learn and Test modes?
If you’re not subscribed to Quizlet Plus, you can still access Learn and Test modes by starting a free study session in either mode to test your knowledge and see what it's like to practice with different question types.
With those free rounds, you also get access to Quizlet Plus–only features in Learn mode, like:
- Smart grading, which checks your understanding of the material, regardless of the exact wording (Smart grading will be available in Test mode in August!)
- Personalized study paths based on your learning goals
- Advanced questions from other sets to test your understanding of the concepts
I’m a student. What’s free to use on Quizlet?
There is still a lot you can do for free on Quizlet, including studying sets in Flashcards mode and playing Match. Studying with flashcards is a time-tested way to learn successfully and is a great way to study on Quizlet for free.
Here’s how you can make the most of studying for free on Quizlet:
- Create study sets
- Study with Flashcards mode
- Test your knowledge with a timed round of Match
- Start a free study session in Learn mode or Test mode to test your knowledge and see what it's like to practice with different question types
- Study unlimited textbook solutions for high school–level textbooks
- Study a limited number of textbook solutions per college-level textbook for free
- Organize your study sets using folders and courses
- Play Quizlet Live with classmates in your teacher’s classes
- Track your study habits with daily and weekly study streaks
Where is Write mode?
Write mode is back as part of Learn mode, which is available to Quizlet Plus and Quizlet Plus for teachers subscribers. If you’re not subscribed to Quizlet, you can study with limited access to Write mode through Learn mode. Here's how you can study with Write mode.
Where is Spell mode?
Spell mode is now part of Learn mode, which is available to Quizlet Plus and Quizlet Plus for teachers subscribers. If you’re not subscribed to Quizlet, you’ll be able to study with limited access to Spell mode through Learn mode. Here’s how you can study with Spell mode.
Why is Gravity gone?
Gravity is no longer available. While Gravity was a fun game, it wasn’t used as much as other study modes, so we made the decision to focus on making the core activities that we know most students use more engaging and efficient. If you’re looking for a fun and competitive game, we recommend studying with Match.
What’s new with Flashcards mode?
Studying with Flashcards mode is free, and we are updating it to make it even more powerful. Sorting is now available on the Quizlet website and helps you focus on any hard-to-grasp terms you need more time with by sorting your flashcards into Still learning and Know groups. You can find this by opening a set in Flashcards mode, selecting Options and turning on Sorting.
In August, you’ll be able to start a study session on the Quizlet website and pick up right where you left off on the Quizlet mobile app, and vice versa, so you never miss a beat.
I’m a teacher. What’s free to use on Quizlet?
If you’re a teacher and you’re not subscribed to Quizlet Plus for teachers, you can do everything students do (above), as well as:
- Grant your students free, unlimited access to Learn and Test modes when you create a class, add study sets to the class, and invite your students to that class
- Engage your students in free games of Classic Quizlet Live
- Do a quick check-in with free rounds of Checkpoint to see what your students are mastering and what needs more focus