CuDeeB Revision

CuDeeBQuick Start

CuDeeB is a 'Revision Management System'. Tell it which subjects you want to revise, and CuDeeB will organise your revision by creating personalised tests, adapting to your progress and keeping you focused on the areas you still need to develop.

Use this quick start guide to start revising with CuDeeb now...

1. Create a Revision Plan

Start by telling CuDeeB the subjects you want to revise.

A "Revision Plan" is basically a list of all the topics you need to master. To get started, we recommend you choose a "template revision plan" that most closely matches what you need to know.

Choose a template revision plan as shown in the screenshot and click it's "continue" button.

On the Fine tune your revision page, give your revision plan a suitable name and continue.

You can fine-tune your revision plan later.

2. Let CuDeeB Guide You ... Just Take Tests !

Once you have a Revision Plan, you can trust CuDeeB to manage everything for you.

Every "Automatic" test you take is created personally for you. The more tests you take, the better CuDeeB's patented algorithms are able to structure your revision to make best use of your time.

Just take as many tests as you can. You don't have to finish them. You can skip any questions you don't want to answer. The "Begin Test" page, by default shows you an "Automatic" test generate uniquely for you.

To get started, just click "Begin Test".

3. The Questions ...

There are a few different types of questions in the CuDeeB system, but they all share a common workflow. The first thing you will see is the question itself, and a space in which to answer it. When you are ready you can click "show answer" and CuDeeB's answer will be displayed.

The key to using CuDeeB effectively is to understand it is not an assessment. Forget about getting a high score. The more questions you cannot answer, or answer incorrectly, the better! Ideally you will struggle to remember some syntax or answer.

  • If a question is too easy, just mark it correct immediately. CuDeeB will stop asking this question.
  • If a question is too hard, see CuDeeB's answer and try to commit to memory. Now mark it incorrect. CuDeeB will probably ask you this question again soon.

Remember: The aim is to exercise your recall. When you start using CuDeeB, you may see lots of questions that are too easy. Just mark them correct.

If a questions content is totally new, don't worry. You'll be amazed how quickly you can memorise new concepts.

Just practice the concepts, do some background reading, and continue. You have total control over your own revision. Just keep taking tests ... CuDeeB needs to know what you know.

Normally, you will enter an answer, but you don't actually have to. You can 'think' the answer, or maybe just enter some key points.

Using the navigation icons, you are free at this point to:

  1. Engage. Type in your answer and click "Submit Answer".
  2. Simply 'think' the answer. No need to type anything. Click "Show Answer" when ready.
  3. Immediately mark the question as 'correct' or 'incorrect'. Do this if the question is too easy or too hard.
  4. Skip the question. For whatever reason, feel free to skip any question using the ">>" icon.

In most cases, you need to simply answer the question. You can then compare your answer with CuDeeB's answer, and mark your answer correct or incorrect, using the appropriate button.

You don't have to even finish the test. You are free to quit at any point. CuDeeB will record your progress and answers ready for your next session.

3. Watch Your Progress

There's nothing more to it. CuDeeB knows what you are revising, and will continually adjust and amend your automatic tests to ensure you have memorised and understood everything you need to know.

At the end of each test you will see the "View Progress" page. This shows your results for the test you just took, and more importantly, how much of your "Revision Plan" you have effectively memorised. Paradoxically, (when revising), the more questions you get wrong, the better. CuDeeB is helping you the most when you are struggling to remember or answer questions.

Get it wrong when it does not matter. Get it all right when it counts.