The 12 Apps of Spring Weekend: Clearing your (study) schedule

The worst Spring Weekends are those when you have to work and/or study while you friends are slip ‘n’ sliding their way down Wriston…so GIT ER’ DUN.

With gFlash+ (Apple / Android), you have access to a huge bank of flashcards and you get to make your own in Google Docs. They sync wirelessly to your phone, so all you have to do is type in the question and answer and get learnin’. Although it’s not the best looking app, it’s by far the best free one!

Once you clear out next week’s studying, make sure you also study for exams the week after – there’s really nothing worse than trying to get yourself awake and out of bed after a full weekend of debauchery.

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Stop killing trees

On Quizlet, you can design your own flashcards or use pre-made study material

Tired of making hundreds of flashcards when midterm season comes ‘round?  Fearless studier, drop your environmental qualms and head on over to one of the various electronic study aids available on the interwebz.  No, we don’t mean sporcle.  Sites like StudyBlue and Quizlet let you make online flashcards and interact with other people who are studying the same subjects.  Over at StudyBlue, you and your classmates can actually register for specific courses at Brown and share review material with one another.