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Studious: Joshua, iACADEMY

Meet Joshua! Joshua is a student at the Information and Communications Technology Academy (iACADEMY) located in the Philippines. He is getting his Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and specializing in Digital Arts. Read on to find out how Joshua uses StudyBlue!

What is your favorite feature on StudyBlue & why do you love it?

The flashcards and upload feature. I use the ever-useful flashcards to take notes for class, and the upload feature to back up notes and presentations from a class I went to.

Do you have any advice/tips for students on how to use StudyBlue?

My advice to fellow StudyBlue users: exploit StudyBlue more. There’s a lot a features that can really help in getting that grade goal. Also make StudyBlue your best friend. It will come in handy when you need it most.

Any advice for students on how to prepare for midterms/finals?

Keep calm. Midterms/Finals are a bit tedious and sometimes make you lazy, but if you really want the best grade there is, make a break for it. Being nervous only removes the possible answers in the test. Keep it cool, and surely, you’ll be an honor student in no time.

Anything else you’d like to share with us?

Out of all the school and educational programs I use, StudyBlue is by far the easiest-to-use, has the most user-friendly interface and friendliest support staff that I can rely on. It’s really easy to use, and eases my burden in terms of taking in notes for class. Goodbye notebooks and binders, hello to StudyBlue! More power to you guys!  I hope I can use even more features in the future!

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

About the Author

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