3 apps that make studying more fun



The worst part about school is by far the exams. We came to class, we said we understand, so why do we still have to spend two weeks anxiously jumping from paper to paper?

Anyway, since there’s no way around exams if you want to graduate, you might as well get all the help you can when it’s time to study.

That’s where these apps come in. They, 100%, will make your studying experience better.

1. Quizlet

Quizlet is one of the first apps that most people will mention if you ask for a study app. And there’s a reason for that. Quizlet uses flashcards to help you study. There are numerous questions across various subjects that can help with your studies. And in addition to that, you can also create your own question and answer pairs to be asked later.

2. Evernote

When you’re studying on an electronic device, and most of us usually do, Evernote is a great app to have. It’s a note-taking app that allows you to take snippets of slides, save entire web pages, make to-do lists of topics to cover, and even take down handwritten notes. The best part is that no matter the device that you took your notes on, you’ll have access to all your notes on all your devices.


Although we’ve given you some apps that are going to be helpful when it’s time for your exam, there are a few that will end up being more distracting than anything. Think of Instagram, Tik Tok, Twitter … need I say more. SPACE is a screen tracker that has several features to help you beat your social media addiction and get ready for exams. SPACE monitors your phone usage to see how many times you unlock your phone, and exactly which apps you’re spending the most time in. You can set your own targets within the app and get notifications when you’ve spent more than the allocated time in any app.

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