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4 Apps To Increase Your Studying Productivity

Last updated January 7, 2020

Want to boost your studying productivity? Check out these apps to help you plan, figure out why you're stuck, make flashcards, and more!

1. Unstuck

  • With the use of a "digital coach" figure out how to get unstuck
  • Will ask questions to find out how you're stuck
  • Gives you action tools to get unstuck (set goals, make a plan, get motivated)
  • Available as a web, or iOS app
  • www.unstuck.com/free-app

2. Quizlet

  • Millions of study sets to learn anything
  • Search through already made study sets and tools (flashcards, games)
  • Create and share your own study materials
  • Available as a web, Android, or iOS app
  • www.quizlet.com/mobile

3. Studyblue

  • Crowdsourced study library with flashcards, notes, and study guides
  • Search through 400 million materials
  • Create and share your own study materials
  • Available as a web, Android, or iOS app
  • www.studyblue.com

4. GoConqr

  • Digital learning experience with flashcards, mind maps, quizzes, and more
  • 9 million resources to help build knowledge
  • Create, discover, and share
  • Available as a web, Android, or iOS app
  • www.goconqr.com/en/info/mobile

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