Quizlet.com Reviews

Quizlet.com
( 3 reviews )
Website: www.Quizlet.com

Quizlet.com is a company who says that every person, regardless of where they live or their economic status, deserves access to free, powerful learning tools, and their goal is to provide that for them. 

According to their website, more than one million people around the world use their software everyday to improve their study habits, learning skills, and overall knowledge. 

How Does It Work?

All you have to do is download their software for free and you will automatically get access to all of the tools they have to offer, whether it is courses for learning a new language, studying a specific school subject, or really anything.

In addition, they don't only offer visual learning aids, but also auditory as well to help the largest amount of learners they can.  

 

Cost/Price Plans

If you are a student hoping to use their product, then you can sign up for a completely free account. Educators and teachers that wish to sign up for an account and use Quizlet's services can get a subscription for $25 a year. 

Mobile Options

Quizlet.com's software will work with your PC and Mac, as well as an iPhone, iPad, and Android operating platform. 

Refund Policy

For members who have paid for a subscription and may want a refund, there is no published overall Refund Policy at this time - users may want to contact Customer Service for more information if this is something they are concerned about. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Quizlet.com provides a wide variety of ways to contact Customer Service, from phone, at (510) 495-6550, to email at [email protected], traditional mail at the address 526 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94107, and they also give their users the ability to submit questions or complaints directly to the website.

Reputation

In general Quizlet.com has a good reputation online, though some parents have said that with such a vast library of information and options, it can be a little difficult to find the one that is right for your child, at their age and with their learning considerations. 

Is It Safe?

There does not seem to be any complaints regarding safety at this time.

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are many different online learning programs out there that specialize in flashcard study skills, like Memrise, Anki Flashcards, DuoLingo, and more. 

If you have experience with Quizlet.com or their products, please leave your reviews below.

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Quizlet.com Customer Reviews

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Scam, No support, Cant use product
December 8, 2020

Quizlet has been awful. First, I am a teacher who paid the extra fee (now required) for Quizlet Live. Can't ever use it without MANY glitches. Customer service said "working on it" 4 months ago. Won't refund my money, though have never been able to use it.

Second, now I cannot even log into my account and my students cannot find me in search. It sys I have 0 sets, when I have over 30 sets created. Third, I cannot speak with anyone live and no one answers my emails. Nothing but a huge headache and inconvenience for all of the work I have done for my classes.

Depends on what you mean
February 29, 2020
If quizlet staff created info and you purchased it, I agree it should be verified. If you are using info that students create, you should go into it keeping that in mind. Professors and teachers don't always give correct info, but students will still be tested on it.

Quizlet publishes gross errors with no correction system
November 29, 2016

I am a professional historian, author, and teacher. All my colleagues know that Geronimo was never leader of the Apaches.

When I tried to correct this by contacting Quizlet, they said they have no process in place for correcting errors.

One wonders if their medical sections are this far off.

I don't believe they warn their users that the information they present is no verified, nor is there any correction process in place.

This is the opposite of education.