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MegaPiggy22
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I am interested in potentially using online revision cards for my A-levels (maths, further maths and physics - physics being my main use of it).

Are there any apps recommended where I can make, use, organise and test myself off of revision cards?

If you have any suggestions please specify:
-How much the app is
-How many cards I can make
-Whether it has an organisation/folder system inbuilt that I can make use of (eg multiple self-made 'decks')
-Whether it has potentially a self testing system
-Finally and most importantly if you recommend it.
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Anki
- free on PC, paid on the App Store
- as much as you want
- yes, you can organise it all in folders
- yes, it has a spaced repetition interval for testing where you rank the cards based on the difficulty of them. With those that are harder appearing more than those you found easier
- I recommend it but considering you’re doing heavily based maths subjects, I recommend you really spend lots of time doing past papers and answering questions. Nothing beats application.
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(Original post by CaptainDuckie)
Anki
- free on PC, paid on the App Store
- as much as you want
- yes, you can organise it all in folders
- yes, it has a spaced repetition interval for testing where you rank the cards based on the difficulty of them. With those that are harder appearing more than those you found easier
- I recommend it but considering you’re doing heavily based maths subjects, I recommend you really spend lots of time doing past papers and answering questions. Nothing beats application.
Thank you so much! I will have a look into this! I was only really gonna use it for physics tbh but it sounds good from your post.
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(Original post by MegaPiggy22)
Thank you so much! I will have a look into this! I was only really gonna use it for physics tbh but it sounds good from your post.

Yeah, use it for physics
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