It’s tough being a student. There’s already a bunch of stuff you need to keep track of, like deadlines, seminars, and perhaps a part-time job. It’s easy to feel stressed, but thanks to the internet, it’s now easier to keep your study game on top without the feeling of your brain exploding.

Here are some apps that hopefully will help you to achieve your goals:

  1. SPACE – Space will help you find a balanced relationship with your phone. It blocks all of the stuff that easily keeps you from studying. Like, your social media and websites.

It’s essential to have something to look forward to, and it doesn’t have to be big things. It could be a new restaurant you want to try, a boom you want to read, or maybe a movie you want to watch. Write these down on SOON when you need a break from studying. 

3. AudioNote
Did you forget what the teacher said in the middle of the seminar? No problem! AudioNote is an app that’s a combination of a recorder and a notebook. 

4. Simplemind
Are you tired of just writing stuff down? Make a mind map instead and bring out your creative side!

5. Chegg prep
There’s a lot of people right now that need to study on their own. And we all know that it can be kind of tricky sometimes. You can make your flashcards or learn from other flashcards created by other students on Chegg prep.

Written by Antonella Basagni

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