You have to study hard

We recommend to use a study planner at UCLA (University of California). Being here surely means hard work and discipline. You want to get the best scores, so you must organize yourself well and keep a good study habit. But this is one of the most difficult things for students. There are so many interesting things to do (apart from books)! That is why a new app was born: STUDEAM (it means “may I study” in Latin). This study app is an authentic study planner, in the sense that it really plans for you in one click all your tasks. Studeam was designed to improve time management skills and to achieve a strong study habit. Of course, this study app would not do the exams for you nor study on your behalf, but it might make a big difference because it will plan for you!


How does this study planner work?

Nothing like STUDEAM is in the market yet. We know beautiful digital calendars and task managers (very useful). But you will not find study planners that really produce a concrete plan from a simple list of tasks. Studeam is as if we put a pedagogue or a teacher inside your digital device ready to organize your study task in one click. This artificial teacher will ask you which are your tasks, how many minutes you estimate they require to finish, and their due dates. Then it will draw an objective and optimal planning in a calendar, even with breaks!

The tasks will be smartly distributed among the study sessions that you must set in the configuration. And it looks pretty easy to adapt your study sessions to your personal reality (an unexpected visit, a football game, go to the dentist, or two hours more for studying tonight).

And finally, to help you to be conscious, this planner will warn you when there is not time enough to finish your tasks. Therefore, you will be able to make the right decisions in advance!  

Maybe you need to see how STUDEAM works for better understanding. Then watch this small DEMO video very carefully.


STUDEAM’s origin

How did someone conclude that a study planner was necessary? Well, someone that had a strong need for time management when he was in High School and College. The same someone who saw this problem later in other students when he became a teacher and a tutor. He tried to help those students who wanted to study better and discovered that he had to plan them by hand every day. That was very helpful, but it was also a burden. Why not to build the algorithm for planning the task list for most students’ profiles? An app would apply this algorithm to facilitate the start when the students have to study. The truth is that most of his students left their tasks “for later” again and again and only studied just before the exams and having a plan helped them. This happened even to his A students! So he decided to found Task&Time.

Therefore we recommend you to use a study planner at UCLA (University of California)! Your studies deserve a good study discipline, because it is not enough to be smart to have the best results. 


An app to reduce 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 the USA, according to researchers. It is a factor related to early abandonment and bad academic results. We all know examples of how it affects the students’ well-being: stress, burden, pressure…

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

So, if you believe that you are a procrastinator, everybody has the opportunity 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 is for you, through email ( or WhatsApp (+34671836555). This original offer finishes on February 15, 2021.

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