Top 5 Apps for Studying

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Top 5 Apps for Studying

The top 5 study tips.

The top 5 study tips.

Photo Credit Elizabeth Gabbard

The top 5 study tips.

Photo Credit Elizabeth Gabbard

Photo Credit Elizabeth Gabbard

The top 5 study tips.

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Midterms are just around the corner here at Satellite, and with deadlines quickly approaching many are beginning to cram in everything they’ve learned like their lives depend on it. Studying for any test can be stressful, but there are so many resources out there to help take some of that stress away. Below is a list of 5 helpful apps to help you study.

 

  • Forest: Stay Focused:
    Forest is basically a timer that helps you stay focused and helps keep you from looking at your phone while you study. When you open the app, you can choose what seed you want to plant. The bigger the plant, the longer the timer will be. If you leave the app at any time before the timer goes off, your tree dies. The app is super cute, great for motivation, and has a 4.3 star rating on Google Play. Available for Apple and Android.
  • Quizlet:
    A lot of teachers and students swear by Quizlet to help them study for any subject. You can choose from a wide variety of premade flashcard sets, or make a new set of your own. Once you have your subject and flashcards, there are quick fun games that you can play that help you with memorization of your topic. The app is overall simple and very easy to use, and has a 4.6 star rating on Google Play. Available for Apple and Android.

 

  • Silence Scheduler:
    Silence Scheduler is an app that allows you to schedule a specific time period for your phone’s ringer to be silent. After that set time period is over, your ringer settings will automatically return back to normal. This app is perfect for everyday use at school, while you’re studying, and during your exams. This app has a 4.4 rating and is available for Android only.

 

  • Egenda:
    Egenda is a school planner that keeps track of due dates for things such as homework, quizzes, projects, and tests. Everything is organized by class and added to a calendar. The best part of the app is that you can set when you want it to remind you each day what things are do. This is super helpful if you tend to forget about things you have to do because it will remind you what you have to do every day. This app has a 4.5 star rating on Google Play and is available for Apple and Android.

 

  • Notebloc
    For those who take notes by hand but always lose them, Notebloc is perfect. With Notebloc you can scan a picture of a drawing, notes, or anything really, and the app will digitalize it. This way you won’t ever lose your notes again because you’ll have a backup copy saved in your phone or tablet. This app is extremely helpful, and has a 4.7 star rating on Google Play. Available for Apple and Android.

 

We all want to do our best on the upcoming exams, and hopefully these apps help you achieve your goal. No matter what you do or what app you use, try your hardest and stay positive. You’ve got this!