Exploring the Pauker flash card tool
Get ready for your next exam with the Pauker flash card system.
If you are learning a foreign language, extending your vocabulary is always going to be hard work, but you can simplify the task with the use of flash cards – or the Pauker flash card program. Its structure emulates traditional flash cards as closely as possible. But Pauker won't let you cheat, and its statistics, show you where you need more work.
The program trains your ultrashort-, short-, and long-term memory, and it avoids the tendency to collect an unmanageable number of flash cards that you need to work your way through when you come to revise. In fact, the only factor limiting the size of your electronic flash card stack and the number cards in it is the size of your disk.
The Pauker flash card tool is a Java application and thus requires a functional Java Runtime Environment. To download the Pauker program package, which weighs in at 7.5MB, go to the project homepage . Saving the package in a directory of your choice completes the installation. The following command launches Pauker:
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