Boosts Learning With Lists

Need to cram some brain biology into your brain? Master 10 quick Japanese numbers? offers a list-based learning system for anything its users want to learn and share their lessons for.

At its heart,—a combination of previously released iKnow, BrainSpeed, and Dictation tools—is a flashcard system, but with some nice tracking tools. If other users have already put up the stuff you’re trying to burn into your memory, like SAT vocabulary words, then your task is to simply sign in and start testing yourself, while tracks your overall score, progress, and individual learning curves. Otherwise, you can create your own one-equals-two lists and use the Flash-based iKnow multiple choice tool, BrainSpeed A-or-B quick-choose game, or a Dictation trainer that has you type out your list items as fast as you can. There are also static text paragraphs attached to some learning lists, and you can keep a journal of your progress on the site. Free to use, requires a sign-up for tracking tools. Thanks BriceAgron! [via source]

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