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App to keep Homework Assignments Organized

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by drmdrm25, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. drmdrm25

    drmdrm25 Member
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    Ok so i'm in High school, and I was wondering if anybody new any good apps to keep homework assignments organized, and their due dates.

  2. Mikestony

    Mikestony ~30% Carbon Black ±

    Moved your thread here so that others can chime in with apps that might help:)
  3. saptech

    saptech Android Expert

    Give Evernote a try, it's in the Play Store...
  4. gingersnapgirl

    gingersnapgirl Android Enthusiast

    I'm a college student, and I use Class Buddy Pro.
  5. itsallgood

    itsallgood Android Expert

    Well if you want something really simple that you can use on multiple devices that sync, I'd say give Google Calendar a try. You can set up a different calendar for each class and put just those assignments for that class on that calendar. (Each calendar can be color coded as well.) Once all your calendars are set up, just use any stock or 3rd party calendar of your liking to display all of you calendars in one place. Make sure to set up reminders to alert you of upcoming assignments. (You can set up multiple reminders for just one event.) Also, the different calendars have to be set up thru your gmail acct. on a computer. But once this is done, you manage your calendars from any mobile device.

    I'm not in school, but have like 9 different calendars, that I keep track of, on just my smartphone. It works great.
  6. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    I've tried lots, and I realized it's more cumbersome to have stuff separated per app. I just used the default calendar and color coordinated the stuff.
  7. gingersnapgirl

    gingersnapgirl Android Enthusiast

    There is a big benefit to using a specialized app - some of them, including Class Buddy Pro, allow you to track grades for assignments, exams, etc, and calculate and track GPA. This might be more useful for college students, but a calendar can't really do this.
  8. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    Depends really. I must mention that I am not in the US, but in Asia, so when I tried, the grading systems was sort of a messy conversion. :) Plus I am a post-grad (medicine), which makes stuff a bit different as well. LOL. I just monitored my progress using Excel.

    If all you want is just the calendar part, the Calendar is good enough. But if you want other stuff, well you may as well get an app, but it's not really make or break for me.
  9. fdbryant3

    fdbryant3 Android Expert

    If you have the PC vesion (although maybe even the web version) available to you I recommend OneNote.

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