In our fourth Student Survival Guide to Apps we look at apps for stress relief –
‘Clash of Clans’, ‘Peel Smart Remote’ and ‘Fabulous’.
This one is for all you stressed people out there. We all know there will be times- especially in college life, when we will be so stressed out about everything! School studies, social media, relationships…THAT is when YOU need to just sit back relax and play…CLASH OF CLANS! Continue reading
In our third Student Survival Guide to Apps we look at subject orientated apps – ‘Duolingo’ and ‘Tuner Lite’.
When I was small, I dreamed of learning all the languages in the world. Now, I’ve pretty much given up on that dream. BUT if you are travelling to a foreign country and would like to learn some useful phrases, or still persevering with Spanish (like I am) at school, try Duolingo. Continue reading
In our second Student Survival Guide to Apps we look at apps for organisation – ‘Microsoft OneNote’ and ‘Scannable’.
We all know that organisation and neatness down to the little details are pivotal in achieving great success. A tidy accumulation of notes, thoughts, discoveries and ideas is surely essential in paving a clear path towards that A* or excellence… but for most of us, this is sadly easier said than done. Continue reading
Whenever someone mentions ‘Geography’, usually images of memorizing flags and capital cities come to mind. Diagrams, colouring in, mountains and rocks. No-one ever forgets the rocks. Therefore, people generally classify Geography as ‘not a proper subject’, or a ‘filler’. You might even ask “Is it even a science?”. Before you go on, I am here … Continue reading
In our first Student Survival Guide to Apps we look at apps for Exam Preparation – ‘Self Control for Study’ and ‘Quizlet’.
If you’re someone who seriously lacks self control, as suggested in the name, this app is perfect for you. Upon setting an allocated time limit for it, this app will cease all other applications on your device from being used. Continue reading
We all experience stress, some time or another, many of us on a frequent basis. But as an optimistic 13-year-old heading into college, I could have never anticipated the intensity of it, so much so that feeling stressed is the predominant state of being for a large majority of students at this school. Continue reading