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Organization & Planning

     
  Google Calendar or Apple Calendar: Schedule classes, assignments, study sessions, and extracurricular activities to stay organized and avoid last-minute cramming.
 
     Evernote or OneNote: Organize notes, lectures, research findings, and web clippings in a single digital notebook accessible across devices.
   
 

Research & Learning

     
  Google Scholar: Find credible academic resources for research papers and projects.
 
  Wikipedia (as a starting point): Gain a foundational understanding of topics before diving deeper into academic sources.
 
       Khan Academy or Crash Course: Access free video lectures and educational content to supplement classroom learning or clarify complex concepts.
   
 

Note-taking & Studying

     
  Google Docs: Take notes electronically, collaborate with classmates, and easily share study materials.
 
     
  Quizlet or Anki: Create flashcards and use spaced repetition techniques to memorize key concepts, dates, or formulas effectively.
 
  YouTube educational channels: Find subject-specific channels with engaging video lectures and study guides to reinforce classroom learning in an interactive format.
     
 

Collaboration & Communication

     
  Google Drive: Collaborate on group projects, share notes and documents with classmates in real-time, and provide feedback electronically.
 
       Discord, WhatsApp, or Slack (Free versions): Create study groups or project communication channels with classmates for easy communication and collaboration.
     
 

Test Preparation & Self-Assessment

     
  Socratic by Google (limited subjects): Get help with specific math problems by using your phone's camera to scan the equation and receive step-by-step explanations.
 
    Free online practice tests: Many educational websites offer free practice tests specific to standardized tests or subject areas, allowing you to identify areas for improvement.
 
  
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