Our rAPPidRevise suite of mobile apps are designed to help students prepare for public examinations such as GCSEs. The first test-preparation apps in iTunes to use game-based learning and social media, the range of subjects and qualifications is ever-expanding. Shortlised by Apple for Editor’s Choice of the Week in May 2011, rAPPidRevise has thousands of users all over the world.
We launched our first mobile app, rAPPidRevise GCSE Science 1, in January 2011. This app was the first in a continually expanding suite of apps designed to help students prepare for public examinations in the UK. The suite of apps is called rAPPidRevise and is available in an increasing number of subjects and qualifications in the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
We were the first developers in the UK to incorporate game-based learning, online leaderboards and social media challenges into study apps. These mechanics helps to keep students engaged and let them see how their scores compares with others.
We were also the first developers to provide detailed progress-tracking, question tiers and an exam board selector so that students could choose to be tested only on content tightly-aligned and relevant to their upcoming exams.
Students have said of our rAPPidRevise apps:
“So easy to use on my phone and it’s good to see how much I’m getting better.”
“I love this app. It’s really good revision.”
Teachers have said:
“Students who are usually reluctant to do any homework (or even much work in class) were captivated by the app and became very competitive when trying out the quizzes.”
You can find out more about these apps from our rAPPidRevise website.