What’s new on Albert.io?

Here are the biggest changes introduced with Albert.io:

  • New subjects. Albert.io introduces many exciting new subjects:
    • Graduate exam prep:
      • GMAT Verbal, GMAT Quantitative Reasoning, GMAT Integrated Reasoning, GRE Verbal, and GRE Quantitative Reasoning.
    • College math, business, & economics:
      • Algebra, abstract algebra, linear algebra, single variable calculus, multi-variable calculus, differential equations, combinatorics, statistics, geometry, trigonometry, topology, macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics, game theory, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and corporate finance
    • Literature: College-level CCSS standards-aligned questions to make classics come alive.
      • A Streetcar Named Desire, Beowulf, Brave New World, Frankenstein, Heart of Darkness, Jane Eyre, Julius Caesar, Lord of the Flies, Night, Of Mice and Men, Othello, Pride and Prejudice, The Crucible, The Metamorphosis, The Odyssey, The Stranger, Their Eyes Were Watching God, and Walden
  • Expansion content. In addition to new subjects, we have developed thousands of new questions for subjects already on Learnerator.com. We cover all major AP exams on Albert.io so you can start on Learnerator and get extra practice with brand new exercises on Albert.io, or vice-versa!
  • New question types. In addition to multiple-choice questions, Albert.io supports free-entry, fill-in-the-blanks, two-way questions, and multiple-select formats. Over time, we will regularly be adding new question formats to make the experience more engaging.
  • Tags. All questions are tagged instead of just belonging to a set topic. You can create unique combinations of tags to practice questions at the intersection of all selected tags for maximum flexibility. You can learn more about tags here.