Practice your math speed drills with Flash Cards. This electronic version of classic math flash cards tests your speed at completing a series of math problems up to tables of 12. How fast can you finish a quiz?

Features

Cover the basics with pre-defined quizzes or create your own.

Quizzes can include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for math tables 1 to 12.

Track your improving score over time and share your accomplishments with your friends.

Screenshots

Home Screen

Taking a Quiz

Creating a Custom Quiz

Navigating a Quiz in Progress

Completed Quiz

Keeping Score

Sharing

Frequently Asked Questions

What does my score mean?

My score reflects three basic elements of a completed quiz:

how quickly you correctly answered each question (faster is better)

how many questions made up the test (more is better)

how many types of questions were possible (more tables are better)

Therefore, if you take a quiz of only addition for tables 1 to 1, you'll get a score of 2.0. On the other hand, if you answer 30 questions for all operations for tables 1 to 12 averaging 2 seconds to complete each question, you'll get a score around 100. Larger more complicated quizzes can result in higher scores. Answering questions faster results in a higher score.

Range of possible scores:

Low: 2.0

Good: 80

Really Good: 100

Wow: 120

Really, how do you compute my score?

For those who really want to know, here is the score formula:

Where

n = the total number of questions in the quiz.

p = the size of the pool the questions were drawn from (total number of unique questions possible).

t = the average time taken to correctly answer a question (in seconds).

Does this application collect personal information?

No. Flash Cards does not collect personal information. It stores test scores within the user's roaming profile storage. It will allow a user to initiate sharing of scores through the share interface provided by the windows operating system.