How is RecallPlus different from other study programs?

RecallPlus is a unique, patented program using more of the knowledge about study-optimsing than any other program. In essence, RecallPlus combines visual learning, in the form of concept maps, with revision and testing based on flashcard techniques. In addition, however, RecallPlus goes far beyond other study programs in supporting and encouraging students’ learning and study skills.

While many study programs already exist, these programs are very restrictive in comparison with RecallPlus. For instance (and put simply), other programs using concept mapping techniques did not allow the student to build a complete set of notes on a topic through building multi-layered concept maps linked to one another in a variety of ways. Traditional concept mapping programs also do not allow the student to revise their notes.

On the other hand, simple flashcard programs restrict the student to studying concepts in a binary format: that is to say that the student must structure each topic in a ‘Question-and-Answer’ format. There is essentially no room for complex or multiple answers, or for the examination of scenarios which branch or change.

RecallPlus is uniquely different because it combines both of these techniques, and further extends their applicability. RecallPlus allows the student to create multi-layered, linked concept maps, on which the student may then test themselves using RecallPlus’ non-binary format.

Further, the student may add graphics, animations and sounds to personalise their study and build mnemonic techniques for increased information retention and recollection, and RecallPlus itself will predict how long the student needs to study each topic, and then organize and track the student's revision so that only the information which needs the most revision is tested most often!

In totality, RecallPlus is the only study program in existence which does all this:

Organizes a student’s notes
Visually stimulates the student
Shows the study time the student needs
Provides continuous feedback on the student’s progress
Reminds the student of breaks
Provides tips and learning information
Allows the student to only revise what needs revising
Optimizes revision using the ‘spacing effect’

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