While many would prefer to be on their phones, with finals coming up, Cavaliers will be spending their time studying. For those who don’t want to give up their phones, though, there are several apps that can assist with the study process.
An app recommended by many that is also a website, Evernote acts as a note-taking device and an organizer for notes, articles, photos, checklists and more.
Quizlet works for both Android and Apple devices, providing a place to create and study flashcards. If students are worried the process will take too long, millions of cards have already been created to choose from by other users.
- Khan Academy
Khan Academy features over 10,000 videos, 150,000 math exercises and plenty of other sources in science, history and more. The app is also a website, in case there’s a computer handy.
StudyBlue is an offline source, so it can be used anywhere for notes and flashcards. There’s even a way to add pictures and audio to notes, and material from other users to help.
- SimpleMind+ Intuitive Mind Mapping
SimpleMind+ offers users an easy-to-use program to create a diagram for their notes. With the options of color-coding and printing finished diagrams, SimpleMind+ makes notes more organized and easier to remember.