Smart ways to study:
We know you must be a college student, or soon to be. You’re on a budget and technology, thus you need some study apps or tools to help you get through your courses.
Well some of the best things in life are free, and that includes study apps as well.
1. Maths Alarm Clock
Maths Alarm Clock is a tool for self-control. If you are a student who suffers from hitting the snooze button continuously in the morning, then this is the app for you.
Maths Alarm Clock makes you solve a simple math problem in order to turn off your alarm.
The benefits of this app:
- No more snoozing and being late for class.
- Having to solve a math problem in the morning gets your brain and mind working quicker.
- This puts you in a good position when it comes to learning.
2. TED: One of the Top Study Apps
The people we surround ourselves with, have a great influence on how we think and behave. So let’s surround ourself with some of the world’s most fascinating people.
Educators, radical technology geniuses, medical mavericks, business experts and legends of music, TED has them all.
Enjoy the best conferences in the world with this educational app that will open your mind and increase your knowledge.
3. The Oxford Dictionary
The Oxford Dictionary app is a must for all students, no matter what subject you are studying.
If you can’t find a word in there then your lecturer is making them up which happens quite often actually.
Sure there are dozens of to-do list apps, but Todoist is one of the best. Use it to track your course assignments, set reminders, bookmarking Web pages you visit and more.
- Combine the Mobile app with a Web browser plugin for optimum use. Todoist also has Mac and Windows desktop versions, Chrome and Firefox browser plugins, and plugins for Outlook, Gmail, Thunderbird and Postbox email clients.
- Paid version (subscription) includes unlimited projects and tasks a
5. iStudiez Lite
Have you been watching too much television instead of studying? It might be time to map out your semester to organize your course, assignment and exam schedule.
The free Lite version allows you to manage one semester of up to five courses, 15 classes/exams per course, 15 assignments, five instructors and two holiday periods, and you can also set alarms.