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I’m looking for some good study apps, note taking, revision tools etc
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there are soo many out there, its really depends on what your looking for... one really good one that im using is called adapt, really recommend if your doing gcse/alevel or what even igcse all of that
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(Original post by Helenamaeee)
I’m looking for some good study apps, note taking, revision tools etc
not sure if it's an app on the appstore but there's a website called seneca learning which is really helpful! you can make your own flashcards/questions but there's already premade ones you can find by other people - there's a ton of different subjects and you can choose which exam board you're doing
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Today, I came across a study site and it’s impressed me thus far. Maybe you could look there? https://studywise.co.uk/
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(Original post by Helenamaeee)
I’m looking for some good study apps, note taking, revision tools etc
StudySmarter is a great platform if you want to revise using pre-made flashcards. For example, I do A-Level OCR Chemistry A and Cambridge University made the flashcards that I need for each topic so they're ready for me!.
Adapt, it's a great timetabling app.
Anki is great for active recall if you are struggling to find out what you're good and bad at. (You can make your own flashcards too.)
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