To improve understanding, knowledge and long term retention for a
variety of user selected topics.
Users select a given category. They then test their knowledge of this
subject. Users answers are immediately marked and any wrong answers
indicated. Users can continue with this subject until they gain
10/10 and feel comfortable they know all of the answers.
In order to increase effectiveness of learning on each occasion questions and
answers are delivered their order is changed.
Users can return to that category at a later date - days, months or years later to see if
that information has been retained. If it has not, they can simply test
themselves again to refresh their memory.
Only Subscribers can have their own profile which indicates all the
topics taken with dates and score history. Check out the
Test Profile for a sample profile for a Subscriber.
It should be noted users are not expected to know the answers to many of
the questions immediately. Much of the information is learnt from the question
itself and by repetitively learning the respective answer.
- Amazing Fact
- The correct order of British Royal Houses from 1066 is Norman, Plantaganet, Lancaster, York, Tudor, Stuart, Hanover Saxe-Coburg then Windsor
- Roman Iterative Learning
"Set in a notebook,
learned & conned by rote" From Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
"conned by rote" means
learnt by heart.