With finals right around the corner, you might be feeling the pressure to finish papers, big projects, or prepare for exams. Stress might be another one of those feelings that is commonly associated with final exams. While there are many ways to relieve stress, get organized, and stay motivated through this time, RedShelf wants to show you 6 ways we help you get through studying for finals this term!
#1 Our Annotation Tools
RedShelf's eReader has a wide variety of annotation tools to help you take the best notes to prepare you to study for your final exams! These annotation tools include colorful highlights, point comments and note taking, drawing on the page, and many others!
#2 Search and Defining words
Another key feature for RedShelf to help your studies is our search and define tool. Throughout your eBook, you can highlight a word and select the glasses icon to find a definition from the web. Browse through the definitions to find one that suits your need and you can create a note or even a flashcard! This will come in use later on in your studying process!
#3 Quick Navigation: Bookmarks!
With eBooks, it is easy to navigate to the pages you need or find most important. Did your professor let you know what chapters, pages, or concepts are going to crucial for the exam? Simply place a bookmark on that page to get to it quickly when you begin to study!
#4 Browse through old annotations
What better way to find all of your notes without having to flip through page after page of paper than to click on the "My Annotations" tab in the Navigation panel of your eBook?! Studying old notes that you have made just got a bit simpler with our note aggregator! In this tab, you will find all of the notes, highlights, point comments, or drawings you might've made on the page! Simply click on the note and it will take you directly to that page!
With our new Flashcard creator, you can create flashcards on definitions, key terms and dates, concepts, and other important ideas! But not only can you just create flashcards, but you can also quiz yourself! Sort your flashcards by deck or chapter and rate your level of confidence along the way! The more cards you learn, the more prepared you will be for your exams!
#6 Create your own Study guide
Another great thing about our note aggregator is that it pulls all of your notes and organizes it into your own personal study guide! This is a great way to supplement your studies during your final exams!