Best Revision Apps/Websites/Resources


posted 18 Apr 2016, 04:53 by David Beesley   [ updated 18 Apr 2016, 04:54 ]

It’s never been so easy to get the grades you need!

Gojimo is the UK’s leading revision app, stuffed full of free content for whatever exam you’re taking – that’s over 150,000 quiz questions covering GCSE, AS Level, A Level, 11 plus and 13 plus Common Entrance. Basically more quizzes than you will ever need.

Created for students, by a student, Gojimo is easy to use and perfect for revising on the go:

• Save your money for things you enjoy - most of our content is completely free
• No Wi-Fi? No problem! Content is accessible offline, enabling you to revise even when you have no signal
• Keep life simple with everything you need in one place, Gojimo covers every major subject including Maths, English, Science, History, Geography and many more
• Stop wasting time revising stuff that’s not relevant – our content is mapped to your exam board syllabus (AQA, Edexcel, OCR & others) so you only ever learn exactly what you need to know
• Feeling lucky? Pit your wits against a Random Test or select a specific topic to work on
• Learn from your mistakes with detailed explanations for every question
• Track your progress and watch your scores improve
• Want to shout about your score? You can share your results via Facebook and Twitter

Ready to give it a go? Get the app now.


posted 18 Apr 2016, 04:44 by David Beesley   [ updated 18 Apr 2016, 04:45 ]

Every year, hundreds of millions of people face the challenge of studying a new skill, subject, or foreign language. For too many of us, this learning process is brutally slow, boring, inconvenient, ineffective, and impermanent. Brainscape is here to change that. We apply the latest in cognitive science research to make studying as accessible, fun, and effective as humanly possible.

Over the past few years, Brainscape has built a team of top learning scientists, software engineers, user experience designers, and education industry executives to redevelop the way people study for the next millennium. Every member of our founding team was recruited because they had previously built an adaptive study product of their own. We are all collectively committed to the mission of optimizing the way people study

Brainscape's core experience is based on a scientifically proven adaptive flashcards algorithm that repeats concepts in a pattern that is optimized to your pace of learning. Beginning as an Excel spreadsheet in a cognitive science lab at Columbia University, Brainscape has since evolved into a robust web & mobile learning ecosystem. Millions of people around the world are now using Brainscape to dramatically amplify their study results.

But we're only just getting started.

In the coming decades, the Brainscape team will continue to apply the latest cognitive science research regarding the patterns of repetition, color, font style, social interactions, breaks, sounds, humor, animations, achievements, and rewards that best improve our brain's speed of learning. We will not stop innovating until learning is as easy as simply beaming knowledge straight into our brains.


posted 18 Apr 2016, 04:40 by David Beesley   [ updated 18 Apr 2016, 04:45 ]

Online flashcards are a great way to study! Cram is your number one online educational resource. We have a wide selection of flashcards for you to study, memorize, test yourself on, and more. Learn a foreign language, practice your multiplication table or prepare for your MCAT by memorizing every bone in the body. Whatever it is you want to learn, Cram has you covered. Flashcards are effective because they are founded on the principles of rote and memorization. With, you can use our web-based flashcard maker to create your own set. Once you create your online flashcards, you will be able to study, export or even share it with your fellow classmates. You can collaborate perfectly with anyone, anytime. Get cramming today!

Cram also has a large app store so you can find other mobile flashcards for your Android, iPhone or Windows device, allowing you to take your flashcards on the go! Study on the bus or train, or on any occasion you have some free time. When you create flashcards with Cram, they travel with you! Continuously reviewing your flash cards will ensure you’ll retain more of the information you’re studying with little effort required. There are also numerous other ways to use our service to your advantage. For example, you can download and share our flashcards with other students in your study group as well, and it works on both PCs and Macs. There’s no limit to how many cards you can create and share!


posted 18 Apr 2016, 04:35 by David Beesley   [ updated 18 Apr 2016, 04:45 ]

The way you revise very much depends on you, as a person, and your preferences. Many prefer to record their notes in the form of mindmaps, which is particularly common for those with Dyslexia. iMindMap digitises this classic revision method.

With the app, you can create mindmaps using its built-in sketch tool and digital add-ons - including some snazzy freehand branches. You can even record audio notes and have them to sync to the cloud so you can access your creations from multiple devices.

Exam Countdown

posted 18 Apr 2016, 04:20 by David Beesley   [ updated 18 Apr 2016, 04:38 ]

Exam Countdown is a free and simple app to keep track of exam dates.

The 'must have' app for ALL students preparing for Examinations at ALL levels!


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