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Online studying platform

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Quizlet logo


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Type of site

Available inEnglish, German, Spanish, Chinese (Traditional and Simpified), Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (BR),[1] Polish, Russian, French, Quebec French, Indonesian, Dutch, Italian, Turkish, Vietnamese

San Francisco, California

Area served130 countries worldwide
OwnerQuizlet Inc.
Founder(s)Andrew Sutherland
CEOMatthew Glotzbach
RevenueFreemium (ads/subscriptions)
LaunchedJanuary 17, 2007; 14 years ago (2007-01-17)

Quizlet is a multi-national American company which creates and designs tools used for studying and learning.[2] Founded by Andrew Sutherland in October 2005 and released to the public in January 2007,[3] Quizlet's primary products include digital flash cards, matching games, practice electronic assessments, and live quizzes (similar to Kahoot!). As of April 2021, Quizlet's website claims it has over 350 million user-generated flashcard sets, 3 billion total study sessions, and more than 50 million active users.[4]


Quizlet was founded in 2005 by Andrew Sutherland as a studying tool to aid in memorization for his French class, which he "aced".[5][6][7] Quizlet's blog, written mostly by Andrew in the earlier days of the company, claimed it reached 50,000 registered users in 252 days online.[8]

On April 15, 2008, Quizlet made its first national TV appearance when Sutherland was featured on the Mike and Juliet Show. Two years later, Quizlet receives its 1,000,000th registered user.[9]

Until 2011, Quizlet shared staff and financial resources with the Collectors Weekly web site.[10] In 2015, Quizlet announced raising $12 million from Union Square Ventures, Costanoa Venture Capital, Altos Ventures and Owl Ventures to expand its digital study tools and grow internationally.[11]

In 2011, Quizlet added the ability to listen to content using text-to-speech.[12] In August 2012, it released an app for the iPhone and iPad and shortly afterward one for Android devices.[10]

Quizlet launched a redesign in August 2016 and hired Matt Glotzbach as CEO a few months earlier in May.[13][14] Also in 2016, Quizlet launched "Quizlet Live", a real-time online matching game where teams compete to answer all 12 questions correctly without an incorrect answer along the way.[15]

Glotzbach announced in 2018 that Quizlet would be opening offices in Denver, Colorado in 2018, citing how Quizlet has, "a big vision at Quizlet to provide the most intelligent study tools in the world, and our expansion into Denver, a city with incredible tech ingenuity, will help us more quickly build the next generation of learning tools used by students everywhere".[16] As of 2019, Andrew Sutherland is no longer with Quizlet or it's board.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Glotzbach announced he was opening Quizlet's premium service, Quizlet Teacher, for free to all users who have an account registered as a teacher.[17]

Study modes and games[edit]

As a memorization tool, Quizlet lets registered users create sets of terms and definitions customized for their own needs.[18] These sets of terms can then be accessible to students by studying a variety of modes.[19][20]

Flash Cards
This mode is similar to paper flashcards. Users are shown a "card" for each term, which they can flip over by clicking or using the arrow keys or space bar.[21] The user has the option for the face of the card to be an image, a word, or both
In this mode, definitions scroll vertically down the screen in the shape of asteroids. The user must type the term that goes with the definition before it reaches the bottom. Occasionally, an asteroid will be red. If the user misses a red asteroid twice, the game is over. It is one of the 'Play' study modes.[22] Gravity was adapted from a previous game, Space Race. The user can pick the level of difficulty and game type. An exploit for this game is to put it on "starred mode" and select one word for starred mode by looking at the cards, and then clicking on the star-shaped button.) Going onto the game and starting it with starred mode still on, the user will only have one word, and can thus copy & paste the same word over and over again, resulting in ridiculously high scores. Therefore, games on starred mode will not appear on the leaderboards.
In this mode, users are shown a term or definition and must type the term or definition that goes with what is shown. After entering their answer, they see if their answer was correct, and can choose to override the automatic grading and count their answer as right if needed. This mode is also known as "Learn."
In this mode, the term is read out loud and users must type in the term with the correct spelling. If the user gets every answer correct, they are rewarded with a video of a monster truck doing a jump, wheelie, and flip.[21] This game was previously known as Speller.
In this mode, users are presented with a grid of scattered terms. Users drag terms on top of their associated definitions to remove them from the grid and try to clear the grid in the fastest time possible. Micro-match is a related matching game geared towards mobile devices and devices with small screens.[21] Match was previously attributed as "Scatter", though the game was the same.
In this mode, a Quizlet user (usually a teacher) breaks their class up into teams or plays the game with students individually. The teacher chooses whether to start with a definition or term. Each team will have to choose the correct term/definition to win. . This game works by choosing a set of flashcards and putting these flashcards into a format that works for the game. If a player or team chooses the incorrect term or definition, the score will reset.


Students on Quizlet will often upload information that can be used to cheat within the classroom.[23] In a survey at a High School in Orlando, a student was quoted saying “If someone put $100 in front of you, would you take it?”, referring to the ease with which students can use platforms like Quizlet to cheat on schoolwork.[24] Today, Quizlet's website has an "Honor Code" requiring all users of the website not misuse the platform for academic cheating. This system however relies on the student, and not the platform to abide by its principles.[25]


Quizlet's API is no longer available.[26] It used to allow developers to use any of the study sets made within Quizlet in their own programs. [27]

See also[edit]


  1. ^"Quizlet in other languages - Quizlet". Quizlet.
  2. ^"A new milestone for Quizlet: 50 million monthly learners". Inside Quizlet blog. Retrieved February 8, 2019.
  3. ^"QUIZLET". The Innovation Economy, presented by Intel, in partnership with the Aspen Institute, PBS Newshour. Archived from the original on July 28, 2011. Retrieved January 25, 2021.
  4. ^Quizlet Mission Page.
  5. ^Tynan, Dan. PC World. (March 9, 2008) "Meet the Whiz Kids: 10 Overachievers Under 21".
  6. ^The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet.
  7. ^"QUIZLET: Join millions and Build Your Own Flashcards, Game Yourself to Smart". SF New Tech. November 2010. Retrieved January 29, 2013.
  8. ^"50,000 registered users!". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  9. ^"Celebrating 10 Years of". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  10. ^ ab"Quizlet's Growth Puts It on the Top of the Edtech Stack". EdSurge. November 2012. Retrieved February 8, 2015.
  11. ^Kolodny, Lora (November 23, 2015). "Quizlet Raises $12 Million to Take Its Popular Study Tools International". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved November 23, 2015.
  12. ^"Quizlet Now Offers "Speller" Mode in 18 Languages". Free Technology for Teachers. July 2011. Retrieved February 1, 2015.
  13. ^"Meet the new Quizlet". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  14. ^"Welcoming Matt Glotzbach to Quizlet". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  15. ^"Introducing our first collaborative learning game for the classroom: Quizlet Live". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  16. ^"Quizlet is coming to Denver". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  17. ^"Free Quizlet Teacher to support remote learning". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  18. ^Wendy Boswell. Life Hacker. (January 28, 2007) "Practice your vocabulary with Quizlet".
  19. ^Barbara Feldman. The Boston Globe (November 26, 2010) [1].
  20. ^"What are the different ways I can study my flashcards?".Archived November 3, 2009, at the Wayback Machine Quizlet FAQ.
  21. ^ abc"Engagement for Memory: Try Quizlet". Jeanne Farrington. October 2014. Retrieved February 1, 2015.
  22. ^"Quizlet Raises $12M Series A". VentureTracker. Retrieved November 23, 2015.
  23. ^
  24. ^Lavin, Sean (September 7, 2016). "Students using app to cheat". WKMG. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  25. ^"Honour Code". Quizlet. Retrieved April 22, 2021.
  26. ^"Quizlet API".
  27. ^"Quizlet Flashcards REST API".

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With new expert explanations, an AI Learning Assistant and our ever-effective flashcards, get a suite of science-backed study tools at your fingertips.

Quizlet is the easiest way to practice and master what you’re learning. Create your own flashcards and study sets or choose from millions created by other students — it’s up to you. More than 60 million students study with Quizlet each month because it’s the leading education and flashcard app that makes studying languages, history, vocab and science simple and effective. And it's free!

With the Quizlet app you can:
- Learn with flashcards
- Get expert-verified textbook solutions for your toughest problem sets
- Share flashcards with friends, classmates or students
- Get test-day ready with Learn mode
- Put your memory to the test with Write mode
- Race against the clock in a game of Match mode
- Learn Spanish and other foreign languages
- Listen to your material pronounced correctly in 18 languages
- Learn about science, math, history, coding and more

Whether you're doing standardized test prep for big exams like the SAT or ACT, studying for an upcoming midterm or test in school or learning new concepts, Quizlet’s learning app can help you learn with confidence. Use the Quizlet learning app for any subject, including vocabulary, biology, chemistry, social studies, AP, GRE and more. Learn foreign languages more effectively with study modes that allow you to memorize vocabulary, learn pronunciation and test yourself in more than 18 foreign languages, including Spanish, French, German and Chinese.

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Online Tools for Teaching & Learning

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Quizlet is a digital learning tool that can be used by students, parents, and teachers.  The site contains over 100 million sets of study materials created by other users that range in topics from Landmark Supreme Court Cases to Structures of the Heart and the entire site is available in English, Spanish, and German, however, Quizlet supports many international languages/keyboards for those wanting to input text from a wide array of languages.  These study sets are free to use, or users can create their own, so the possibilities are limitless!  Quizlet takes information and converts it into flashcards, quizzes, and games, so that users can study the same information in a variety of forms.  And users aren’t constrained to using just text – images and audio are easy to include in study materials.  Best of all – study materials can be shared with students, classmates, parents, and teachers.

Tool Snapshot

There are more than 40 million visits to Quizlet every single month, and Quizlet is currently ranked among the top 50 U.S. websites.  Quizlet users begin by either searching for publicly-shared study sets or creating their own.

Screenshot of several anatomy terms with corresponding photo, including right ventricle, left ventricle, aorta, pulmonary trunk, and left pulmonary arteries.

“Anatomy Flashcards” [Screenshot]. Retrieved from

Users choose which of their sets are public.  To create a new study set, user’s input study information in the form of terms and definitions (which can include images, if, for example, you are studying anatomy or audio if you are studying for a spanish class).  Quizlet then converts that information into six different study modes in a user-friendly and intuitive format, making it useful for any type of learner, from visual to auditory to reading/writing and even kinesthetic learners.  Quizlet modes include timed games, which are great for getting those competitive-natured students in your classroom actively involved in their learning, instead of passively trying to memorize a list of vocabulary.  Finally, students (and parents and teachers) can track their progress to determine what material needs to be focused on to achieve mastery.

Quizlet Overview Video

  ***Video Transcript***

Quizlet & the SAMR Model

Dr. Ruben Puentedura’s SAMR model offers a lens for examining how technology is adopted in a classroom. As you strive to incorporate online tools into your classroom, we encourage you to use this model as an analytic tool.

Here is an example of how Quizlet might fit within the SAMR model:

  • Substitution: Students create flashcards through Quizlet instead of on index cards.
  • Augmentation: Students link an image or GIF to each flashcard as a memory hook.
Sample quizlet flashcard. Schematic of the lobes of the brain with black arrow pointing to occipital lobe
“Occipital Lobe Flashcard” [Screenshot].
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  • Modification: Students can add multimedia to all stages of their project, set deadlines for themselves and others, and track all group members progress in real-time and remotely.  Teachers can also track progress and set deadlines to help avoid procrastination.
  • Redefinition: Both students and teachers can see the activity in each card to follow who in the group contributed in what ways and at what times.  Students can critically analyze this log of activity at the end to determine what could have improved their process or made their process more efficient.

Learning Activities

Math: Have each student create a study set containing problems or equations as the terms and answers as the definition.  Then, have students pair up and take each others study set in the Quizlet form of a test.  After they are done, students determine which problems they did not solve correctly, and the student who created that problem should explain how to correctly get to the answer.  Students are thus learning material both through traditional learning means but also through teaching fellow classmates.

Science: Have students create a study set on the topic being studied.  For each term or topic, require that students find an image or gif that relates to the topic and helps them remember it as a memory hook.  While studying that set in the “learn” or “test” mode (which tracks incorrect responses), require the student to choose a new image or memory hook if they get the answer incorrect more than once.

English/Language Arts: Create a study set of vocabulary words.  Have students utilize the quizlet text-to-speech function to learn proper pronunciation of the words.  Then have students utilize the “Spell” study mode, forcing students to type in responses that must be spelled correctly.  Instead of then assessing students learning in a traditional vocabulary test, test them using an in-class spelling bee!

Other: Have students find a study set (from the millions of user-created flash card sets) relating to a topic in the class and assess that study set for accuracy.  If the student finds inaccuracies, have the student explain how they would correct each card to make it accurate.

Quizlet Infographic. Rectangles with example photo of 6 modes: flashcards, learn, spell, test, scatter, and gravity. Text explains each mode.

This infographic was created by Gabrielle R. Merchant using Adobe Illustrator.


How to Use Quizlet

  1. Go to
  2. To browse user-generated study sets, click search, and type in a topic.
    1. You can only use user-generated sets without sign-up, so you cannot create your own content.
  3. To create your own study set, sign-up for an account by clicking “Sign Up.”
    1. You may use your existing Facebook or Google account to sign up, or just sign up with an email address.
  4. Click “Create” to make your first study set.
    1. Give your study set a title by typing it into “Set Title”
    2. Below the title, there are blank spaces for terms and definitions. Input information in for each pair.
      1. You can choose your language here.
    3. If you want your definition to be an image (say, a picture pointing to the parietal lobe of the brain), click the image icon and search available images (included in free version) or upload your own (premium version only).
    4. Once you are finished inputting terms and corresponding definitions in, click create.
      Quizlet screenshot of how to create a new study set, including where to put the title, terms, and definitions.“Quizlet: Create a new study set” [Screenshot].
      Retrieved from
    5. You can now use your study set in any of Quizlet’s modes. These modes are listed as tabs horizontally across the top of the screen: Flashcards, Learn, Spell, and Test are the Learn modes.  Match and Gravity are Game modes. Choose any mode to begin studying you set!  Learn more about the modes in the infographic below.
      Quizlet screenshot of the six modes: flashcards, learn, spell, test, match, and gravity.“Quizlet: Modes” [Screenshot].
      Retrieved from


Green, T., & Bailey, B. (2010). Digital flashcard tools. TechTrends, 54(4), 16-17.

Vargas, J. M. (2011). Modern learning: Quizlet in the social studies classroom (Doctoral dissertation, Wichita State University).


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