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Student Apps: The Ultimate Guide Infographic

Posted In Infographics - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 With No Comments »

Choosing a college course is an important step to a future career. Studying and completing assignments during that time can be a difficult and daunting experience however, and can get on top of a student if they don’t get themselves organized well.

On top of all that is the added pressure of exams which often take the core size of grades so really need focus. Preparing for exams is a stressful time and one that students want to get the most from. Anxiety is the enemy as it can hamper performance so students need to find a rhythm to their study methods. Some students study best in groups while others need rigid alone time to get what they need to revise into their heads. Others like a combination of both, but the important thing is to find what works best for you. Some projects work well with groups; for example, if you are finding it difficult with one particular subject or segment, discussing it with others may help to unlock the difficulties.

Whatever helps you study better, grasp it and make it work for you. It is obviously also very important to eat right and get the rest you need as this will rejuvenate the mind and help you study better and in a more effective matter.

Smartphones and tablets are ubiquitous in today’s world and they hold benefits for students also so it is important to utilize them. Some apps of course are better than others; there will always be apps that are completely futile, but it is about finding what works for your needs.

This infographic from Study Medicine Europe aims to highlight some useful apps that students can use to make their lives a little easier. It is broken down into different segments so you will find some apps suitable for note taking, an app for making the citation process easier and a few others. All the details about costs and suitability are included also; check it out below.

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