Free Mobile Study System For Back to School

8/11/2014 12:00:00 AM
Brainscape is a free adaptive mobile study system that aims to help users learn faster and remember longer, using a simple machine learning algorithm and confidence-based repetition system. Steps include:
  1. View a card and think of the answer.
  2. Flip the card to reveal the answer.
  3. Rate how well you will remember that answer forever on a scale of 1-5.
  4. Brainscape will color code the cards based on confidence rating.
  5. Brainscape shows lower-rated cards more often.
Brainscape offers pre-made decks on multiple subjects and give users the opportunity to create, store, and share their own flashcards with images and audio.
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