Being accepted to Georgetown University is hard. Coping with all the classes, readings, papers and life in general is harder. This is why Georgetown University is a good place to try this study planner. The best way to get it all done on time is by planning, but before STUDEAM that required too much effort and time. Thanks to the STUDEAM app getting form a to do list to a customized calendar is as easy as pressing a button.

It is not a digital calendar nor a task manager. Forget what you even know and imagine that genie asks you all your tasks, the minutes you think each one will take and when you have time available to do them. Imagine that later this genie will carefully draw a calendar with your optimal planning, indicating the start and end time of each task and the appropriate breaks, from now until the end of the last task. I mean, he’s going to plan it for you. But this genie is not in a bottle but in an app. You can call it as many times as you need. There is no limit to the magic it can do for you.

Studeam’s history

The idea for this app arises precisely from the bad experience with time management of one of its creators, first as a student and second, as a high school teacher and tutor. During a course helping students to plan the study, he came to the conclusion that a planning algorithm had to be built to facilitate the start when they come to study. By doing this basically he created the best anti procrastination app you can ever imagine. 

A tool to avoid procrastination

Procrastination is one of the most extended problems among students regarding time management and study habit. More than 90% of college students procrastinate in USA, according to researchers. It is a factor related to early abandon and bad academic results. We all know examples of how it affects the students’ well-being: stress, burden, pressure… If these problems look familiar to you as a Georgetown University student, the definitely you are in a good place to try this study planner 

STUDEAM was made to reduce procrastination with an easy and simple method, for High Schools and Colleges’ students (you can learn more about procrastination in another post) 

After reading all this you might have come to the conclusion that Georgetown University is a good place to try this study planner. However if you are in doubt we offer this 5 minutes DEMO video

So, if you believe that you are a procrastinator, you have the chance to try STUDEAM for free for 14 days. Even the price cannot be an excuse: the startup that created this study app (Task & Time), offers the annual licence at no cost to everyone with one condition: writing them about how useful it is for you, through email ( or whatsapp (+34671836555). This special offer finishes February 15, 2021.

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