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Anki - Software Flashcards

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New post 11 Dec 2010, 04:08
I decided to start a new thread dedicated to the software-based flashcards. The main principle is the same - repeat, repeat and repeat. However, the software-based flashcards follow more scientific approach of spaced repetition technique i.e. the software will show you a card according to its algorithm. The most popular package available today is Anki. (another one is Mnemosyne, however it is a bit complicated to everyday use). Anki allows text, formulas, pictures and even audio to be used as a flashcards. I find this kind of diversity very useful as human brain learns via all sensory inputs. The best feature of Anki comes from its ability to save your deck on the server online and sync up all of your installations. For example I use Anki at home, at work and on my laptop. To kick start the project I'm going to upload my own version of the card deck for GMAT. It is by all means not a complete version as I have not finished all the books I have stacked up for the exam :) Please feel free to provide your suggestions and corrections.

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New post 01 Sep 2011, 07:06
I know this is an old post but I'd be interested in following this up. One thing he didn't mention is that anki is a free program (mobile app costs about $24). I think I've found his shared deck on the GMAT also.

For studying japanese this is a very good program. Good luck to anybody whose using it.
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New post 19 Feb 2018, 20:59
Re-bumping a very old post. There aren't many pre-made decks but it is simple enough to make your own. Can't beat free.
I don't think I was taught grammar at school beyond noun, verb, adjective so I will be using anki to basics that spaced repetition, without questions, will help.
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