Last week I had my very first university test and, whilst it was not a full-on exam / essay, I was still rather nervous because I didn’t really know what to expect. As always, however, @quizlet was my number one aid in helping me to learn the core material and, given how much I genuinely love and use their resources, I am (as ever) really happy to say that they are sponsoring this post.
Keeping the habit from A Levels, I have been making sets of digital flashcards over the course of the term which is really convenient for me now that I have started revising. And that is EXACTLY the thing which I love so much about Quizlet -- the fact that it is just so convenient! I can run through my sets on the app anywhere (for example, I like to flick through a set when travelling or waiting for a lecture) and I don't have to run the risk of losing them. In Year 10, when I used paper flashcards, I still remember the massive scare when I lost a whole topic's worth of cards and had to remake them. Writing up flashcards is actually really time-consuming, especially by hand, and so I like to think that Quizlet has made particularly effective use of my revision time.
If you have watched any of my Study With Me videos, you will know how much I love Quizlet and so, if you haven't yet made an account, I would definitely encourage you to take a look :) #ad