What do you like best?
I like that I don’t have to create my own flash cards. There was a surplus from which I could choose for my NCSA test that were extremely helpful. I am also starting to create a card set for the NCAA Division III Manual to help me continue to develop and test my knowledge of the Division III rules. I felt like I could focus more on the material and not actually making cards. Although, there were some materials I felt like I needed to learn in more depth... I liked I was able to create my own card sets to help focus on areas I knew I needed more specific knowledge.
What do you dislike?
I don’t have much to complain about with this. I feel like it has helped me. Maybe if there was an option to type in my answer to check it against the answer on the flip side of the card... that might be an option to help more with memorization.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Using the picture feature to create cards will
Help save time. But I think typing out each question/answer is more
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Cram has helped me with my working knowledge of strength and conditioning, which is necessary for my occupation as an assistant athletic director and soccer coach at the collegiate level. I am able to communicate and understand our student-athlete’s needs from a physical sense more. Additionally, I have started creating cards for the NCAA rule book to help me continue to develop and test my knowledge of the Division III rules and keep myself and my institution compliant.