5 Apps to Use with Evernote to Be a Better Student

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5 Apps to Use with Evernote to Be a Better Student

Posted by Mie Yaginuma on 21 Feb 2014

Posted by Mie Yaginuma on 21 Feb 2014

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It’s never a bad time to start practicing good study habits. It may be February, but finals will be here before you know it. Refresh the tools you use to help with your studies and get a head start with these picks from our App Center that will make you a better student and effective learner. Try one out.

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StudyBlue
This long time favorite turns your Evernote notes into flash cards you can study on your mobile device, wherever you are. Even better, Studyblue now creates study guides from your Evernote notes you can share with your classmates.
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Eidetic
Similar to flashcards, Eidetic gets important snippets of information into your longterm memory through repetition. Eidetic reminds you what you need to memorize at the best interspaced moments that your brain needs for creating long term memory. Save your Eidetic information to Evernote for a permanent reference of everything you want to remember including definitions, quotes, equations, and phone numbers.
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ReferenceME
Writing a research paper can be interesting until you have to deal with the tedious challenge of citing references. ReferenceME automates it. Scan barcodes, input ISBN numbers and websites, and ReferenceME will compile the details you need in a variety of referencing styles including Harvard and APA, then save to Evernote for safe keeping.
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LiveMinutes
Many students already use Evernote to save notes and share them with classmates. Add LiveMinutes and you can edit a note together in real-time. Create a common work space and pull in related Evernote notes. Edit together while you discuss on a conference call or chat, then everything saves back in Evernote. Edits made in Evernote will also appear in LiveMinutes.
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Scalar
Scalar provides a new way to do calculations on a touch screen. Drag figures to new calculations, tap to add notes to figures, associate one figure to another, and more. It has spreadsheet-like features without the restrictive structure. Save your calculations to Evernote for future reference.
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