Learn about what StudyPlans are, how they work, and how to use them.

What are StudyPlans?

A studyplan is a new way to study your "sets". It's powered by an AI-enhanced spaced repetition algorithm which works by showing you cards you're most likely to forget first. This way, you can study more efficiently and remember more. StudyPlans are folder compatible.

How does this exactly work? (the algorithm behind it)

Spaced repetition is a method of reviewing material at systematic intervals. At the beginning of the learning process, the intervals are spaced closely together (for example, one hour; four hours; one day). As the material is reviewed, the intervals become systematically longer (four days; one week; two weeks). An ideal system of spaced repetition allows you to review the material before it is forgotten, helping you to retain it in your long term memory. Spaced repetition is in many ways the opposite of "cramming". Rather than learning information in a short time period, which can lead to quick forgetting, spaced repetition focuses on long-term retention of new information. For example, if you learned material from a textbook chapter in the first week of the semester, you would want to review it on a regular schedule – perhaps the second, fourth, eighth, and last weeks of the semester in order to retain the information in your long-term memory.

What about the AI enhanced part?

Our AI algorithms will take into account your exam date (or study end date), daily time spent studying as well as your studying habits and will create a study plan that is tailored to you.

How do I create a StudyPlan?

  1. Click the + button in the top right of OmniSets.
  2. Select New StudyPlan
  3. In the dropdown menu, select the StudySet you want to use.
  4. Select the exam date (or study end date) and daily time spent studying.

    That's it! Your StudyPlan will be created and you can start studying right away.