My Study Life is a cross-platform study organising app for both students and teachers designed to assist in managing study responsibilities and as a result reduce stress. Learn more about the app and get more information on when it is appropriate to use, find out what young people thought of it, and read professional’s and young people’s advice for using it in practice.
My Study Life is a cross-platform app that can be used by both students and teachers. The primary focus of the app is to ensure that the user’s study or teaching life is easier to manage through improved organisational skills and reduce stress.
My Study Life allows the user to store relevant study information such as their classes, homework and exams which is saved both on their device and on the cloud, enabling them to have access to it at any time on both their mobile and desktop computer.Additionally, information is comprehensively mapped in the dashboard with additional features including a timetable, calendar, reminders and a progress bar for each task.
My Study Life is free to download and is available on both iOS and Android devices.
Our young people rated it 3.5/5
Our professionals rated it 4/5
This app is suitable for any young person who is having difficulty in managing their current school work or may need a more complex organising tool to assist them.
Use the app as a conversation starter about school work and how they are currently managing.
Gauge where the young person is currently at with organising their study or if they are currently using other organisational tools as well as their needs.
The complexity of this app might not be suitable for all.
It would be easier to use from the very beginning as some might find it hard to change their habits.
It would be good to promote the use of this app as a way for young people to better themselves through keeping on track and organised.
The app could be used outside of study to help keep track of other reoccurring activities.
This tool was reviewed by Jessie and Rachael, young people from the ReachOut.com community. Professional review was provided by Simon DuBois (Psychologist).