Study for Enem or public and entrance exams by cell phone possible with study apps. The apps provide useful tools for students, such as making mock exams and online tests with templates, learning English and other languages, setting up a study schedule and much more. The services feature free versions available on Android and iPhone (iOS), and help students review content or focus on learning even when they are without the handout. Check out the following list of five study apps to practice on your cell phone for contests in Brazil.
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Study apps allow you to set up your study schedule and access exams and online tests for public and entrance exams Photo: Daniel Dutra / TechTudo
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1. Approved: make a study schedule
"Approved" records the time used in the study of each subject and has a Premium Package Photo: Reproduo / Daniel Dutra
The Approved application allows you to make a study schedule with resources such as the selection of subject topics to be reviewed, and a study time timer for each of the contents. The app records schedules and has the option of time history used by the student with each subject. In this way, the student can have the exact measure of the quantitative progress of his studies
The application can be downloaded for free, but it also offers a paid package in the single amount of R $ 14.99. The Premium version removes advertisements from the Approved interface and offers other features for recording exercises and monitoring student performance.
2. Duolingo: learn English and other languages
Duolingo allows you to participate in competitions and learn with translations Photo: Reproduo / Daniel Dutra
Duolingo is an application dedicated to the study of languages, and can be downloaded both from the App Store and from the Google Play Store. The app works mainly with translations of words and short phrases, in addition to training listening comprehension using audio. These resources make Duolingo a good auxiliary tool for learning the initial stages of a language and training memorizing vocabulary and grammatical rules.
An interesting aspect of Duolingo is the distribution of content in lessons, it requires student discipline to access the app every day and fulfill tasks gradually to unlock the next levels. The app also allows interaction with other users and establishes competitions through points, which is another way to encourage the use of the app to learn new languages.
3. AppProva: do simulations for contests
AppProvas works with entrance exam questions related to different disciplines Photo: Reproduo / Daniel Dutra
AppProva works with a database of past entrance exam questions. The user has the chance to answer questions, while the application records the time elapsed before choosing the answer and automatically quantifies the points accumulated. If the user misses a response, the application suggests a greater dedication to specific topics of the subject program to which the question relates.
4. PhotoMath: study for math test
PhotoMath offers a calculator and recognizes operations through the cell phone camera Photo: Reproduo / Daniel Dutra
PhotoMath is an application for making mathematical accounts. Available for Android and iPhone phones, it performs operations and informs the user of the solution. It is possible to provide the account to be solved by typing on the PhotoMath keyboard or using the cell phone camera to identify the mathematical operation written on another medium.
5. AppBlock: lock cell phone to study
AppBlock blocks other apps based on different times, places and even networks Photo: Reproduo / Daniel Dutra
AppBlock helps students focus on their studies by blocking apps that distract people, like Facebook and WhatsApp. The app allows the creation of "lock profiles", which can work with different criteria. For example, it is possible to block an app only when it is in a certain location, or else when it is accessing a specific Wi-Fi network. Another useful modality for students is the blocking of apps in predetermined time bands. Profiles can block more than one application simultaneously.
AppBlock Premium Package has different features Photo: Reproduo / Daniel Dutra
Free AppBlock and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store on Android phones. There is also the premium version, which offers some extra features and removes ads from the app. You can choose between paid plans to obtain certain functions, or subscribe to the full package, of R $ 19.99, to have all the features available in the app.
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