QuickStudy Laminated Reference Guides
Reviewed by Matthew Lewis
When I got my package of QuickStudy Guides to review, I liked them but wasn’t sure what to say about them. After all, a chart is a chart, right?Wrong. Although I was impressed with QuickStudy Guides from the first, it wasn’t until I compared them with other charts that their superiority became starkly obvious.
First, QuickStudy Guides are designed to be easily used and referenced. Instead of a lot of big, poster-style charts hanging around on the walls, QuickStudy Guides are the size of a normal piece of paper (although they open up to provide more information). They can be kept in a folder or desk drawer for quick and easy use, or, if you prefer to use a three-ring binder, QuickStudy Guides are already pre-punched to fit.
In addition to being handy and easy to use, QuickStudy Guides are durable. They’re heavily laminated, so they won’t be easily bent or creased, and can even stand being spilled on. You won’t wear out a QuickStudy Guide just because you use it a lot.
And that’s good, because you probably will use your QuickStudy Guides quite regularly. The information is useful, accurate, and clearly presented. The charts are arranged logically and concisely provide the information you need. The designs are visually appealing, and easy to scan quickly for whatever information you’re looking for.
QuickStudy Guides are available in a huge range of studies, skills and topics. All major academic areas are covered, including math, spelling, history, science, and language. Additional QuickStudy Guides are available for such topics as computer use and programming, cooking, law, health, pet care, and much more.
In summary, QuickStudy Guides are for you if you like the idea of quick, durable, easy-to-use reference charts that can be nicely stored and provide accurate and useful information. I know I’ve never found a quick-reference source that matches QuickStudy Guides for usefulness, handiness and reliability.
At a glance:
|QuickStudy Laminated Reference Guides|
|Reviewed by Matthew Lewis|
|Author:||Teachers and professionals in various fields|
|7th grade and up|
|$3.95 - $5.95 each|