Studying: fundamental, but not usually fun. Nevertheless, sometimes students just have to roll up their sleeves and memorize information. Luckily, apps and websites can make this task a whole lot easier and -- dare we say it -- even fun!\nFor reinforcing basic facts and vocabulary, give BrainRush a try. This site's responsiveness is excellent, and it allows students to progress at their own pace without the distraction of the unequal partnerships often found in traditional study groups or flashcard activities.\nFor visual learners, check out Quizlet. Quizlet allows students to create and study virtual flashcards on any subject. It also allows users to choose flashcard photos from a large pool of licensed photography, which really makes it a valuable tool for subjects with a visual element, like anatomy.\nGrockit is a useful and effective resource for preparing for standarized tests. This study aid prepares students for college admission exams like the SAT and ACT, as well as for Advanced Placement exams. Kids take diagnostic tests, and Grockit generates study plans students can complete in easily digestible segments. \nLearning how to study can be just as important as what students are studying. The apps and websites we\u2019ve highlighted can help students absorb knowledge faster and more efficiently, while allowing them to retain information longer than for just a few days before an exam.\nTo see the most updated version as well as the rating of each app or website, visit the Top Picks List: \nApps and Websites for Making Flash Cards and Quizzes\nHave an addition to the list? Let us know in the comments below!