Gone are the days of turning up to class with a notepad and a pen. Thanks to modern technology, our studying habits are becoming far quicker and easier. Studying apps are a fantastic way to make writing, reading, referencing and notetaking that little bit easier. Here are our 5 must-have apps for international students.
Grammarly corrects your grammar in real-time and offers you better words to make your writing even stronger. You can download it onto your phone, tablet, and laptop! A must-have for all students, whether English is your first language or you’re still learning. Find out more.
Cite This For Me
Use Cite This For Me (RefMe) to get the perfect book citations every time. Either download the app on your phone to scan a book’s barcode or use their web version to search for your book in their online library. Choose between MLA, APA, Harvard, Chicago, or whatever format your school uses. Find out more.
myHomework Student Planner
myHomework is a digital student planner that lets you track your classes, homework, tests and projects so you never forget an assignment again. You can download their free version, which allows you to track your classes and assignments, receive reminders and use homework widgets. Find out more.
Otter is a fantastic app that records when someone speaking and converts it into text in real-time. It’s perfect for sitting in class or a lecture theatre if you struggle to take notes quickly. You can simply record the whole class. This is great if the tutor is not speaking in your first language, as you can go back and reread what they have said.
This app from Microsoft takes pictures of documents, whiteboards, blackboards, magazines, receipts, and more and converts them into editable, shareable text. It can read images from an angle and it cleans up glare and shadows too. Very useful for group projects or on-the-go editing. Find out more.
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