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Backed by science

Quitch uses a tried and tested learning technique that has been around for almost two centuries.

It’s called ‘spaced repetition learning’, and it’s tied to the Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve, which shows that our brains naturally forget information over time. Spaced repetition learning, which is entrenched in Quitch’s gameplay, combats our natural tendency to forget.

The Quitch Approach:

  • Break down new learning material into bite-sized chunks
  • Revise regularly through short bursts of rapid-fire gaming
  • Gradually increase the interval between revision sessions, committing the information to your long-term memory through the practice of active recall

Use our handy ‘set-and-forget’ scheduling and announcement tools that send notifications when new content gets released, as well as reminders to revisit topics whenever it’s required.