Six exam apps that will help you study smarter (not harder)

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Here are 6 exam apps that will help you to study smartly in your student life.

1. Google Translate [Free; IOS, Android]
With over 90 languages and more than 200 million people using the Google Translate app, there’s no reason not to be understood in this era, no matter where you are or who you’re trying to communicate with an Arabic speaking person in the United States of America OR English speaking person in the United Kingdom. Quite simply with Google Translate app is essential if you’re studying a new language, or you’re a language student. It might also help you feel more comfortable in new countries and situations.

2. Exam Countdown [Free; IOS, Android]
If you need even more help organizing your exam dates and timetables to keep yourself motivated, the Exam Countdown app is for you. It will help you to stay on track and keeps the study focus up on a daily countdown to all your exams.

You can color-code all your upcoming exams, and events and add symbols, such as an abacus for maths or a paper for English. You can also share on social media where about you are in your countdown,

which means you can help classmates stay on track too.

3. My Study Life [Free; IOS, Android, Chrome, Windows,]
My Study Life help students organize their notes, with scheduling and class timetabling that can sync with your mobile calendar. The reminders notify you of incomplete tasks and upcoming classes and exams timetable.

It provides a task manager that helps students to sort out a simple to-do list, with functionality specific to student lifestyles. It also syncs across all devices with the same login id, saves everything to the cloud, and is available offline when the internet is not available.

So you can work on a paper offline, then will save it to the cloud and have it linked to a task and schedule.

4. Quizlet Exam Apps [Free, IOS, Android]
Quizlet is popular with teachers and students. The app allows you to create your own study materials according to your own choice across a wide range of subjects or use a broad library of materials created by other Quizlet users.

Teachers use it to set their student’s challenges and tests by creating specific materials and then sharing it on social media online, in or out of the class.

Quizlet is a fun way to learn, as it uses audio and videos,

So you can make your own vital flashcards and play learning games, especially useful for learning languages.

5. Pocket [Free IOS, Android, Chrome]
Spending as much time as we do on our phones and computers, surfing web pages with so much content available, it’s hard to read everything we come across, which can be a humiliation for us when it could be something useful for your studies. If only there was a way to save things for later without getting them lost. Say hello to the Pocket app.

It allows you to save articles, topics, videos, and other web content in a vibrant and easy way-to-read experience on your mobile phone, computer, or tablet.

It has powerful search and tagging tools, which means you can organize web pages by subject or topic. It also works really well with apps like Facebook, Twitter, Flipboard, and Evernote, among others.

6. ACCA Student Planner: We think the ACCA student planner app is rather impressive. Designed for ACCA students and those interested in doing ACCA qualifications, it provides advice on how to get started and pass ACCA exams, with a global map showing the locations of all Approved Learning Providers.

while an interactive tool works out when you might become an ACCA member, helping you stay on track in your journey.

You can also find all the contact details for ACCA Head Quarter and your local office in your areas.

You can visit the app stores (IOS & Android) and download these exam apps for free.

Read More: ACCA Qualification Structure

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