An intelligent engine tracks students' progress while they study on screen using digital flash cards, study games and practice tests. The software tallies correctly-answered questions, focuses on questions needing the most studying, and congratulates students on mastering their material after correctly answering all questions twice. Or, if students prefer paper, they can print flash cards, study sheets and/or practice tests.
Jeff Minnis began developing StudyX as a sophomore computer science major at Webster University when he couldn't find any study software like it. "I enjoyed the computer more than textbooks," said Minnis.
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