Productivity at Uni when you’ve got the social life of a celeb is hard graft.

If you’ve also got part-time job while studying and you’re trying not to become a hermit every other waking hour, then there will be an app for you.

Here’s a list of our favourites…

– Oh My Mind! Student Mapping – Visualise Ideas

Oh My Mind! Student mapping is a convenient program, created as a counter to traditional ways of note-taking and records keeping.

– Remember The Milk – The Smart To-Do App For Busy People

Get the ‘to-dos’ out of your head and let the app remember for you.

– 2Do

Quickly enter your thoughts and ideas before you forget them. Quick add, on iOS allows you to enter multiple tasks in a matter of seconds.

It can be a simple to-do list, helping you in staying on top of your daily chores, or a full-featured GTD tool for heavy taskers.

– SimpleMind

Analyse your thoughts and structure them with SimpleMind. You can also add images, video recording, and voice memos.

– Evernote

Meet Evernote, your second brain.

Capture, organise, and share notes from anywhere. Your best ideas are always with you and always in sync.

– Trello

Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organise and prioritise your projects in a fun, flexible and rewarding way.

– myHomework Student Planner

* track assignments, projects, test and more.
* track classes.
* receive due date reminders.
* sync between devices.
* upcoming homework widgets.

– Pomodairo

Try the Pomodoro technique of times work intervals.

This technique is proven to make you less likely to burn out while studying.