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Studious: Daniel, Bowling Green

Meet Daniel, a student at Bowling Green State University! Daniel is majoring in Secondary Education with a Specialization in Integrated Mathematics. He works hard at school so he can become a great teacher one day. Check out how Daniel uses StudyBlue.

Why do you love StudyBlue?
I love StudyBlue because of all the great and easy-to-use features that make studying the easiest thing in the world to do.

What is your favorite feature on StudyBlue & why do you love it?
Study Guide Creator.  I love this feature because it allows me to input simple definitions, photos, and facts, and then StudyBlue does all the hard work of creating a study guide for me.  I also love the mobile apps as they let me easily and quickly study on the go whenever I have time!

How do you incorporate StudyBlue in your daily/weekly routine?
I incorporate StudyBlue into my routine by studying whenever I have downtime.  In the beginning of each new chapter I input all the important information into note cards on StudyBlue and then whenever I have downtime, I go to my iPod or my computer and study from StudyBlue.  This way I never have to worry about cramming at the last minute.

Any advice for students studying for midterms/finals?
For preparing for midterms and finals, just use the shuffled stack of your flashcards, and using the feature where StudyBlue keeps track of what you get right or wrong, go through the set once or twice a day until you are able to get through the whole set with no mistakes.

Thanks Daniel, for taking some time to talk with us and for such great advice! We heart our students! If you’re interested in becoming part of the “Studious,” please email jennifer (at) studyblue (dot) com.

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