This should be a relatively simple program as far as I know. What I want is a program that you run from your computer that has virtual notecards that students use to study for.
It's very important that this program look nice. It should have a very appealing GUI so that it is user-friendly and easy to naviagate. Before starting on the project, I'd like to see a sample of what it would look like.
I will enter the questions which I have (roughly around 2000 questions), so there needs to be a way to enter the questions and have them stick permenantly so others can download and run the program. I would like to have a trial version to offer for free download with only 10-20 questions in each category - not sure how difficult that will be.
The program should be windows based, so the user opens the program and it should have a screen that divides the notecards into 4 categories (General Chemistry, Biology, Organic Chemistry, Physics). A option should be given to mix them all together.
OK, once clicked on the specific category, the user should be able to see the question then click the mouse or press enter to see the answer(the answer should appear). If he got the answer right(the user will decide that) then he should either click on a button "right" or click 'R' or click on the button "wrong" or click 'W'
This way at the end of the all the notecards the user can go over only the wrong ones he/she missed. There also should be a randomized function to randomize the sequence of the notecards. The user should be able to decide when to start over and should be user friendly and easy to naviagate.
Having a feature to add a new notecard would be nice.
I forgot to mention that the program should be allowed to receive characters/images the are not common such as a formula or organic chemistry molecule since this will be the topic of the notecards.
One more thing, there should be an option to print out the notecards 6-9 to a page or whatever the user specifies. The best would be to somehow print so that the user can fold the piece of paper and the question would be on the front and the answer on the back.