The Geeky Medics flashcard app makes it easy to create, review and share flashcards. To make sure your flashcards look great, we support both text formatting (e.g. bold, italic, underline, bullet points) and images, allowing you to easily build a rich personal learning resource. You can even add personal tags to each flashcard, allowing you to generate dynamic flashcard decks based on those tags when it comes time to revise.
Store, review and edit your flashcards easily
Once you’ve finished writing your flashcards they’re stored in your personal library on the Geeky Medics platform, allowing you to access them from any device. Your flashcards can be quickly edited at any time, allowing you to continue refining your decks to suit your evolving learning needs.
In addition to simply reviewing your flashcards on a deck by deck basis, you can also generate dynamicflashcarddecks based on:
Tags that you’ve added to individual cards (e.g. atrial fibrillation)
Cards that you’ve bookmarked
These dynamic decks can, therefore, contain a mixture of cards that originate from several of your decks (cool right?).
Spaced repetition for flashcards
You can also review flashcards using our spaced repetition algorithm, which shows you cards that you’ve previously reviewed until you’ve masteredthem. Spaced repetition has been shown to increase long term retention of knowledge by increasing the frequency by which you review cards that you’ve previously found challenging, whilst decreasing the frequency by which you review those cards you know well.
You can also easily share your flashcard decks using a unique URL, allowing colleagues to review your decks and benefit directly from your efforts. You can even take it a step further and allow others to copy your deck into their own personal library, where they can then edit and build upon your work for their own learning needs (we call this feature cloning).
Ready to create some flashcards?
Give our flashcard app a try at geekyquiz.com. We’d love to hear your thoughts on what features you’d like to see next, so make sure to get in touch via [email protected].