9 apps to help you get through exams

SelfControl

Is procrastination your weakness? The app speaks for itself – block out all websites and distractions for a set period of time, and get to work!

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Deliveroo

Exhausted, studied-out, and hungry? No time to cook or go out toeat? Deliveroo offers gourmet food from your favorite restaurants straight to your doorstep. Order what you like and continue studying, hassle-free.

 

 

 

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Productive and easy to use, this app helps to track personal habits and goals. Create your own goals, or choose from one of the twelve templates offered to you. You can stay on track for studying as well as other goals!

 

Quizlet

Be productive on-the-go by using the Quizlet app. Make your own flashcards or use the sets already created by other users.

7 minute workout

Need a quick break? Take seven minutes to get energy flowing with 7 minute workout! Personalize your workouts to better suit your preferences and continue being productive even while taking a break.

Headspace

Regenerate with Headspace’s meditation and mindfulness activities. Take a quick study break to refocus and reduce stress.

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Khan Academy khanacademy

Continue being productive even if you’re not at home or at your desk. Use the Khan Academy app while on the move to watch videos and learn mini-
lessons for a wide variety of subjects.

 

 

Sleepfulness

Studying is important, but so is sleep! Make sure you are well rested for your exams by using this sleep tracker. Rsleepfulness-photograph-man-nighttime-outdoors-samsung-galaxyegulate timings and help yourself
fall asleep with meditative music offered by the app.

 

 

 

WolframAlpha

Learn everything about anything – this search engine provides information, statistics, equations, etc. all at your fingertips. Subjects span from math and science to history and the arts.

Author: Diya Navlakha

Diya Navlakha is a junior in her tenth year at SAS. This is her second year as a part of The Eye. While originally from India, Diya spent her childhood in New York City and Singapore. A few of her hobbies include watching "Friends", baking, and spending time with friends and family. She can be contacted at navlakha33815@sas.edu.sg.

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