Updated: Jun 20, 2020
When I first started college, I tried to take on everything myself and trust me, this was a mistake.
Being a college student is already hard, don’t make it even harder by trying to do and remember everything yourself.
These apps will help you stay both organized as well as always on top of your assignments and activities. I’m not the most organized person, so this really took a load off my back.
This app created by a Howard University student is a grade tracker. I don’t know about you, but I hate not knowing my GPA before the end of the year.
I get serious anxiety.
With this app, I was able to keep track of my progress while also having an idea of the grades I would need in each class to have the GPA I want.
If you don’t get any other app from this list, make sure you have this one. Blackboard is your online access to all your classes.
Having this app just makes keeping track of new assignments much easier.
You don’t want to miss an assignment due date just because you didn’t have to check on the website that one date and instead a 0 for the assignment.
I am obsessed with this app! Chegg has to be one of my favorite apps as a college student of all time.
It has everything you need to help you with that assignment or homework you don’t understand. This has saved me countless times when I was doing an assignment and got stuck.
If it doesn’t provide the answer you need, it will give an example close enough for you to understand what you’re supposed to be doing.
If you are like me and have a love hate relationship with Math, this is the app for you. All you have to do is scan a problem and it gives you the answer. Saved my grade every time.
5. Google Calendar
I am so unorganized when it comes to keeping track of everything I need to. From assignments to meeting on campus.
This app saved me. Everything is laid out in the app with the when of everything’s due date or time.