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Quizlet is used by more than 50 million students and teachers each month, on the web as well as on iOS and Android. We’re found in classrooms where students play Quizlet Live, as part of study sessions at home and in the hands of learners studying for everything from spelling tests to university science classes to professional certifications.
As we reach the end of the first university term of the academic year, which has been defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, quarantine, and cancelled classes, the digital learning platform, Quizlet has been gauging the mood of university students on how the disruption has affected - and can be anticipated to affect - their studies and social life.
@Quizlet - the global learning platform and app known for its engaging AI-powered revision tools, today announces the launch of its GCSE Resource Centre - a new and completely free, comprehensive online bank of revision resources based on exam board specifications.
@Quizlet, ask #ALevel students how they have been affected by lockdown
Across the UK yesterday, students waited anxiously to find out what their future holds, either getting into their chosen university, being accepted onto their apprenticeship scheme, or resorting to clearing; but with so much ambivalence this year and the entire education sector being one of the most heavily affected by the pandemic – students have never been more uncertain about their futures.
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