The apps and websites that are only a few clicks away have changed our lives. No matter who you are or what you need, there’s an app for it. Of course, not every one of these apps is as useful as the last. Here, we’re going to break down the 10 best apps for students.
EssayPro is an essay writer service that is dedicated to helping students on tough assignments. They offer writing, editing, and rewriting services in every style and subject.
Right away, the user is prompted to fill out fields including the service needed, the style, timeline, and length to get an estimated price. The next step is to look through the suggested writers. You can talk to any of them before settling on a writer to order from and work with.
There are a lot of tests to worry about in academia. Some of them are particularly important to nail. That’s what BenchPrep Companion is for. You can use this on both Android and iOS. It’s a handy resource that adapts to your strengths, weaknesses, and learning style. It’s dedicated to some of the most critical points in your education and career such as the LSAT and GMAT.
The main purpose of Chegg is to help students with one of the biggest expenses of a semester: textbooks. This app helps users to find textbooks for the lowest price – purchased and rented. Furthermore, the app will connect them to supplemental study resources such as flashcards and even live tutors. It works on both Android and iOS.
Duolingo has gotten a lot of attention lately. Its popularity doesn’t come without reason either. It breaks up one of the hardest subjects – foreign language – into manageable pieces. Instead of giving an overwhelming amount of information, it delivers manageable, bite-sized pieces. Paired with the game-like delivery of some of the lessons, it helps users gradually learn any language.
It’s easy for notebooks or typed documents to get lost. This is why it’s a good idea to save them to online platforms. Evernote helps students create and streamline notes, lists, and attachments across two devices in the free version. With an annual plan, there isn’t a sync limit. The program also allows you to search your notes for easy access.
TEDTalks are commonplace in lectures anymore. Even if a TEDTalk isn’t in an assignment doesn’t mean they’re useless. The TED app can be useful as supplemental instruction or citations for assignments. There are even motivational talks that can keep you going on hard days. A benefit of using the app is that your watch history is saved and suggestions are generated based on it.
Google Drive is available to anyone with a Google account which, anymore, is pretty much everyone. The platform allows you to access your slideshows, documents, and spreadsheets across devices. Since it has shared editing, it has a huge draw for collaborative work. This is useful for group projects when it’s difficult to get everyone to meet face-to-face.
Quizlet is already popular among students. It allows you to create flashcards and study tools for classes. Even better, it’s another collaborative platform. This means students who’ve completed courses can pass on their knowledge to future students.
When sitting down to study, it’s tempting to stray from the task at hand. After all, why study when social media is there to distract you? SelfControl allows users to lock their browser for a set amount of time to make sure those hours spent studying are dedicated to just that.
Math problems can be one of the most difficult questions to look up. Mathway will solve any inputted problem even in complicated subjects like calculus. It will also give you a guide on how the problem is solved, so you can tackle others like it in the future.
There’s a lot of challenges that get thrown at students. Luckily, they don’t need to be tackled alone. With apps and services like these, students can depend on getting the help they need to get them through the semester.