The end of the school year is drawing near. But one thing still stands between you and summer break—finals.
But don’t start chugging Red Bulls and having a panic attack quite yet. There are apps out there to help you pass your finals with flying colors, even if you haven’t started studying.
Try one (or all) of these study apps to make the process fun while helping you learn with ease.
1. Chegg Flashcard
One of the best studying apps for students of all grade levels is Chegg Flashcard.
The days of carrying around piles of flashcards are over. Use this app to create flashcards, adding as much text and images as you want. Then you can study the flashcards wherever you go.
If you don’t want to spend time creating your own flashcards, there’s an extensive library of existing flashcards to browse through.
2. Rev Voice Recorder
This recording app is a lifesaver when it comes to studying!
To get the most out of this app, use it to record your classroom lectures. Most teachers and professors hold a review session before a big test, which is the perfect opportunity for the Rev Voice Recorder.
The best part? The app also offers transcription services. So not only can you listen to the lecture again, but you can also copy and paste the text to read anytime.
3. My Study Life
My Study Life is one of the essential apps to help you study.
If you have multiple classes with exams, it can be hard to keep everything straight. But this app acts as a personal organizer for scheduling your tests and study sessions.
The app also sends reminders so you can quit having nightmares where you forget your important exam and fail. Yes, we’ve all experienced those dreams.
You can even use this app throughout the whole school year because it lets you track general assignments too.
Evernote is a note-taking app with options for every kind of learner.
Do you study best with text, images, audio, or videos? Or maybe your best study sessions include all four options. Either way, Evernote allows you to do all of this and more in one app.
This app is also great for group projects or study sessions because it allows for collaborative note-taking.
5. Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a great option if you are having trouble understanding a tough subject.
This app covers thousands of subjects ranging from grade school to post-graduate information. Use the interactive exercises and instructional videos to get a better grasp on a specific subject. Then, use their tests and quizzes to hone your skills and build up confidence.
Beyond the Best Study Apps
With the best study apps, your finals will be a piece of cake.
Remember to take study breaks and give your brain a rest. We recommend getting a few friends together for a study session for added accountability. And most importantly—don’t stress!
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