While to-do lists are a common productivity tool, for students struggling to manage their time and to organise their workload they fail to provide support with the key areas of difficulty, namely what to start working on and when. Instead, students see a list of everything that they need to do that they have to go through and prioritise, taking up valuable time and assuming that students can effectively sort through and plan their tasks and time.
Booost is not a to-do list application and so does not just create a list of things that need to be done. Instead it uses smart technology to help students to see what they should be working on and when, and then schedules tasks to be done accordingly.
Using Booost, students will no longer have to decide what to work on and worry about how they are going to get everything done, Booost does all that for them. Booost will also help them to work during the times that they are most productive, and suggest when they need to take a break or to stop working so that they don’t burn out.
And when students sit down to study, Booost provides them with a library of specialist support guides linked to the specific task they are working on, giving vital information and strategies to help complete the work. This supplements their specialist one-to-one study skills and mentoring support and enables them to have access to help whenever they need it.
Sometimes though, things may not go to plan, and Booost can help then as well, enabling students to quickly contact their personalised support network if they need someone to give them a call, or to connect them with specialist 24/7 support from a trained mental health adviser if things are really getting difficult.