[Surfnetkids EXTRA] Quiz-Buddy Flash Card Software

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Surfnetkids EXTRA: Quiz-Buddy Flash Card Software


Barbara

September 25, 2003

Dear Reader,

For months I searched for flash card software to help students study.
When evaluating software, there was one feature that really delighted me:
good audio feedback. When I get the right answer, I want to know it.
I want to hear it, and I want to feel good about it! So among the many
great features of Quiz-Buddy, I have to admit my favorite is the
encouraging audio feedback upon choosing the right answer.

What about the rest of the program, you ask? Here’s the scoop.

Quiz-Buddy is a Windows program that is easy to learn and easy to use.
Study with over twenty included Q&A modules or create your own with the
built-in editor. It is so flexible that you can use it on your computer,
export your quizzes to your Palm (for studying on the go) and for the
ULTIMATE in portability, you can even print out your flash cards. Imagine
that!

Here’s a Screen Shot

Quiz-Buddy

Besides the great sound effects, one of the most important features is the
editor that lets you create your own lists of questions and answers. Even
the act of typing up your own questions will help you learn the answers.

How can Quiz-Buddy be used? To improve your vocabulary. To learn a
foreign language. To memorize state capitals. For SAT preparation. To
learn the multiplication tables. In short, to help you to memorize
anything you need to learn.

Best of all, you can try Quiz-Buddy with a free trial download. If you
like what you see, registration is only $19.95.
Buy within five days, and price is reduced to $14.95

See ya on the Net,
Barbara J. Feldman
Syndicated Columnist “Surfing
the Net with Kids”
http://www.surfnetkids.com