Some of our mentors and mentees have shared their favorite apps for studying. The list below is not exhaustive, but it’s a great starting point!
- A way to study, practice and master whatever subject you’re learning.
- Create your own flashcards.
- Test yourself with practice problems and multiple study modes.
- Track your progress with the Quizlet Learning Assistant.
- Remember that Quizlet is meant to be a study tool, not a substitute for studying (see WashU’s Academic Integrity Policy for more information).
- Break up individual tasks with short breaks between work periods.
- Create tasks, configure breaks, and track your progress throughout a designated time period.
- Manage multiple tasks with custom settings.
Focus@Will (iOS, Android, Mac, Windows)
- Designed to help you focus in a customized “music space.
- Offers an individualized music-for-work in which every audio mix is different for every user, and all the sounds and music delivered are unique to its system.
- Manages the ratio between your endogenous attention (i.e., the task you are focusing on) and your exogenous attention (i.e., your reptile brain looking for potentially dangerous ‘fight or flight’ external stimuli).
- Requires a paid subscription (free trial available).
Do you have a favorite study skills app that isn’t listed here? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can add it to the list!
Last updated: December 2021