Apr 22, 2017 07:15 AM EDT
Finals week is one of the most stressful phases in a student life. It is a time when everybody practically freaks out and cramming while reviewing It is only imperative to keep calm during this time as now there are certain strategies that can make learning more effective. Technology comes in handy for the preparation, Here are some useful apps that can help students ace their final exams.
Cite this for me
This is a free app that will allow students search for books, journals, websites and many other resources on the app. And according to USA Today College, this is helpful in making a student's bibliography perfect as there are 7000 styles to choose from when it comes to bibliography.
This app allows its users to do the classic flash card method of studying, only that it is done digitally. A set of flash cards will have to be made first and then the user can start studying by flipping each flash card.
According to College Xpress, this app is similar to that of Quizlet where the students can create review sheets, quizzes and flashcards. The nice thing about this app is that it counts the score and give the grade at the end of the session.
This app is perfect for those who need to practice their math skills.
iTunes U is for those who need to catch up on a few lectures before the finals. The app offers more than a million free books, lectures, videos and other resources that are helpful in acing the exam. It contains materials coming from many colleges like Stanford, Oxford, Yale and many others.
My Study Life
This is the app needed by those who need to keep their lives organized before the finals because it helps in organizing workload and it can also be used to keep track of the dates of the finals and when students need to study for them.
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