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Online Flash Cards Help You Learn With Memorize

Website of the Day: Memorize

Gone are the days of using those 3x5 flashcards to remember your Spanish phrases or state capitals in school. With Memorize, you can create your own virtual flashcards to remember anything — from history to geography, entertainment, math, and more.

The site comes loaded with subjects of interest, or you can enter your own list of items to memorize. There are also several different modes to choose from: flashcard mode, matching mode, and multiple-choice mode. The site is free with no sign up required, so you can use it as little or as much as you need.

It's incredibly easy to use and also provides popup hints and tips to help navigate smoothly. Once you get the hang of the site's features, you can turn these reminders off. I'm not in school anymore, but I love using the preprogrammed lists to brush up on things I might have forgotten, like Gmail shortcuts.

Do you have an interesting website you want to share? Then post it to our Website of the Day group — you never know, it could be featured on GeekSugar!

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alluka alluka 6 years
This is a big help and yes I agree, it'll save lotsa trees and time writing each word on a flash card. Thanks for sharing!
iamthebella iamthebella 6 years
that is actually really clever... saving some trees along the way some trees! :D -Bella http://boldfont.blogspot.com/
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