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Play & Quiz on the Mobile App!
Play & Quiz on the Mobile App!

Getting Started with Playing and Quizzing on Picmonics

Written by Erin Sunderlin
Updated over a week ago

Here at Picmonic, we are constantly on a mission to provide you with not only unforgettable Picmonics but also the best possible learning system. We consult with everyone from students to educators to user experience experts. We listen to every bit of feedback we receive, and always combine it with scientifically-backed research to make your learning experience more effective. We’ve learned a ton. Now, we have an even better way for you to make learning the impossible, possible. We’ve upgraded to a rapid review multiple-choice quiz that allows you to assess your knowledge. Play a Picmonic, then quiz yourself on it with a multiple-choice Quiz!

The Play-Quiz Loop

First, you’ll Play a Picmonic the same way that you always have. Listen to the audio, see the characters, and let your brain absorb that beautiful knowledge.

Then, it’s time to test yourself. Take the multiple-choice quiz and see whether you

know every fact.

Once you’ve completed the Quiz, we’ll recommend whether you should Play the Picmonic again, retake the Quiz if you have room for improvement, or move onto the Next Picmonic.

Get every fact correct in the Quiz and you’ll know you’ve officially ‘Learned‘ the topic, with your stats readily available across the app.

Quiz on a Playlist

Just click the 3 dots in the upper right-hand corner of the Playlist, and you'll have the ability quiz on all Picmonics within that Playlist. You can also add those Picmonics to a playlist by clicking Add to Playlist.

Using Play and Quiz together makes learning with Picmonic easier and more effective so that you can master information faster. The Play-Quiz Loop is a superior way to gauge your knowledge, and we can’t wait to hear what you think. Let us know your thoughts anytime at

Log in to your account, find a Picmonic to Play or Quiz on, and give the Loop a test drive!

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