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Helpful homework apps that you *need* to download

The school year is in full swing and midterms are upon us, which means homework and studying are as stressful as ever. Virtual study buddies—AKA academically-focused apps—are the way to go for all As and a high GPA. These tools will definitely help make studying less of a mess and keep you organized throughout the year, too. Read on to find out which free apps you can download *today* from any app store to make your school year as smooth as can be!

Quizlet

This app and website is one of the best study tools out there. You can create your own study guides and flashcards, or just search the topics you need the most help with. They have everything from geography to Spanish, meaning you can for sure help you ace any test!

Evernote

Raise your hand if you're one of those people who just needs to take notes on *everything*—and we mean everything. For some people, if it’s not written down, it just doesn’t exist. This app lets you change the way you organize your personal *and* educational projects so that you never forget a thing or lose a note—create to-do lists, set reminders, save web articles, etc. You'll feel more organized than ever before. Trust.

MyHomework Student Planner

Behold: Technology at its finest. This app syncs with your class schedule, and will list all of your homework and projects with their due dates. Even better, you can list what you need to get based on priority. This app will remind you to work on you assignments, too—bye bye procrastination!

GoConqr

Discover learning groups and nab great resources that will help you gather a ton of information for your study seshes. You’ll get to see pre-made notes, mindmaps and quizzes that you can use to aid in studying. You can even create groups on the app to collaborate with friends and other students. Can’t get any better than this!

Do you use any helpful apps when you're studying? Share your faves in the comments below!

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by Yasmeena Fakhouri | 10/28/2016
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