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10 Tips for Students Who Want to Start a Small Business


We all know and remember how difficult it is to be a student. But we live in a wonderful 21st century. These are technologies that can greatly simplify the life of a student in any educational institution.

Thanks to the Internet, today, anyone can learn certain areas of the business and succeed. To do this, you only need to develop and learn.

1. Dictionaries ABBYY Lingvo
This wonderful application will be a great help for students of language departments. ABBYY Lingvo does not need no internet connection to work. It will translate individual words and persistent phrases. Free version of this application contains 11 dictionaries in 7 languages. Also more than 200 are available for an extra charge.

This application supports several input options. You can enter information on the keyboard of your gadget, point the camera at your smartphone or take a screenshot.

Key characteristics of the application:
- To translate any word simply click on it;
- The program searches for words regardless of grammatical form;
- You get all the information about the desired word (transcription, examples of use, pronunciation);
- Your search history is always stored.

2. StudyBlue Flashcards & Quizzes
In order to better prepare for the exams or just for help with the studies, students often create cards. They write down the necessary questions, and at the bottom (or on the other side) of the card, they answer it. But only the creation and design of such cards can take a while. StudyBlue Flashcards will help speed up and streamline this process.

Signing up here is easy: via Google+, Facebook or email. Then you write down the details of your faculty, university, and the subject for which you need to make the cards. This way, you can not only create and save your own study cards but also find cards that other students have created, regardless of the city or even the country they live in.

How to use the application:
The space for your work in this app will be distributed into two parts. On one, you ask questions, add a picture or statement, and below you give a comprehensive answer. Creating such cards will make it easy for you to prepare for any subject. Moreover, when you create cards, you immediately remember some of the recorded information.

3. MyScript Calculator
This application was designed specifically for Android devices. It can convert text that you write by hand to digital format on a smartphone screen - its main function. Use this application to write and solve any mathematical action, including complex equations.

The interface of this application is very simple and straightforward. Any calculation you need can be scrolled a few steps backward or forwards, or deleted altogether. In addition, this calculator accepts even gestures. MyScript Calculator is suitable for you when you need to solve any kind of mathematical problem quickly without having to type anything on a numeric keypad.

MyScript Calculator supports this mathematical operation:
- Basic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division);
- Percentage and Square Roots;
- Exponentiation and exponent;
- Parentheses;
- Trigonometric symbols;
- Logarithm calculation;
- Constants.

4. Evernote
This app is the most popular note storage in the world. These notes can be accessed from any device, as well as from any browser. This is a well-judged system for organizing notes, which is good for custom essay writing and all the notes can be provided with text comments, attached photos or videos.

Evernote will be useful for students who need to sort through the lists of literature, regardless of the subject. You can also outline a course plan, extra classes, and this app will become your best friend for learning.

Key features for using the application:
- Creating lists;
- Create virtual libraries, movie catalogs, or illustrations;
- Save whole web articles or only in fragments;
- You can also share notes on your Facebook or Twitter pages.

5. Timetable
Timetable is an excellent mobile application that will help you keep track of the schedule of lectures and seminars. You can enter class names, class numbers, teacher names and homework here. In addition, while studying, the application itself will put the smartphone into silent mode – it is very convenient.

Key features of the Timetable student app:
- Synchronization of information between devices;
- Two themes;
- Comfort viewing of recorded data;
- Displaying information in a list or table;
- Schedule for a week or a month;
- Widgets for the home screen and lock screen;
- Class and homework notifications.

6. WolframAlpha
British physicist Stephen Wolfram launched the WolframAlpha training project. It happened in 2009. Some time has passed and WolframAlpha became available also on Android devices. This project is a huge knowledge base and a set of computational algorithms.

WolframAlpha is not a search engine and does not provide links to user queries. This application calculates the answer based on data in a lot of fields such as mathematics, physics, literature, geography, medicine, chemistry, statistics and more.

WolframAlpha is a versatile guide where you can find anything with a minimum of effort. This application translates different units of measurement, numerical systems, selects the general formula of sequences, calculates sums, boundaries, integrals, solves equations and systems of equations, determines properties of numbers and geometric figures. The system gives short, clear answers to the entered request, so you will receive concentrated data in several offers, which will fit even on the phone screen.

7. Puzzle Alarm Clock
This application solves a very common problem for a student - how not to oversleep classes at the university in the morning. An ordinary alarm clock is not always able to lift you out of bed - just reach out and turn off the bell to safely fall asleep for another hour. Puzzle Alarm Clock contains several functions that help you finally wake up.

For example, an alarm can be turned off only by solving a puzzle, equation, or entering a password. And the “Push to Awakening” function will force the student to confirm that he woke up five minutes after the alarm went off.

Conclusion:
Throughout the year, these programs can provide the student with the necessary basis for learning, and even a little more - who knows, maybe you will even teach your friends and relatives the knowledge gained from the applications. Of course, although such programs can help the student, it is worth remembering that the main contribution to your future can be achieved only by you and by no one else.










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