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Advice: Studying Apps

*all apps and websites shown below are free of charge for use*

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It’s that time of year again: the dreaded week of midterms. Students may question the need for these so called necessary exams. There is no way around them, so why not get in study-mode and download a few, if not all, the apps and websites below.

Miscellaneous:

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Quizlet:

If you ask students around North Allegheny Intermediate to name a life changing studying hack, at least half will tell you Quizlet. This online database is filled with flashcards, studying material, and practice for every level of every course.  

 

English:

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Sparknotes/No Fear Shakespeare/Shmoop:

No matter which one of these apps you choose, they will satisfy your literature studying needs. From Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar to John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, websites such as Sparknotes and Shmoop provide summaries and main themes to students in need.

 

Math:

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Photomath:

With a 4.8 out of 5 stars rating, Photomath is an app using your device’s camera to scan and instantaneously solve a math problem. A downside to this futuristic way of learning is that the problem must be neat enough for the software to read it.

 

Languages:

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Duolingo/WordReference:

Whether it be help in French, Spanish, German, or Latin, WordReference is the place to be. Conjugations, definitions, usage, and grammar are only a few of the many studying help that this popular website has to offer.

 

*Bonus – Sleeping for Exams:

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Sleep Cycle:

An important part of acing your exams is getting the proper amount of sleep, right? Use the Sleep Cycle app to track sleep and snoring patterns. This high-tech app also allows its users to set an alarm and snooze it by tapping twice on the surface the device is on. A statistics graph helps you analyze and adjust your sleeping patterns.

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