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Exam-Time Apps for Law Students

With the end of the spring semester approaching, law students are paying special attention to studying for final exams.  For students interested in studying on the go, several apps have been created specifically as law school study aids:
  • The Seigel’s 1L Q&A, Law in a Flash and CrunchTime apps provide practice questions and study aids on various law school exam topics.
  • The Paper Chase series of apps provide questions and explanations for Contracts, Property, Torts and Criminal Law.
  • The Law Dojo app provides quizzes on various areas of law.  The free version offers general legal knowledge quizzes, buy students can purchase different versions featuring quizzes on specific course subjects.
  • The LexisNexis Law School Q&A app provides a different preview feature, offering a few free questions and answers before making an in-depth app on a specific course subject available for purchase.
  • The Bar Exam Edge app offers a similar product for graduates taking the Multistate Bar Exam.  Students and graduates enrolled in the respective bar prep courses may download complimentary copies of the Bar Bri Mobile and Kaplan Bar Review apps.

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  1. app utvikling

    I januar 2012 startet jeg Appsonite AS og senere på året sa jeg opp min faste jobb. Jeg har nå laget rundt 50-60 apper. 30 av disse er i egen portefølje. Jeg har hatt flere topp 10 apper i Norge, og har siden starten lært uhorvelig mye om hva som fungerer og hva som ikke fungerer i app store.

    Jeg har nå et team på 3-4 personer som hjelper meg å designe og utvikle apper. Disse har jobbet med meg nesten fra starten. Vi har nå godt innarbeidede rutiner og vet hva som fungerer.

    Mange ganger har jeg hørt folk si at alle apper er jo laget. Er det behov for flere? Det var de samme som sa at alt var gjort på internett i 2003, så kom Facebook, Youtube..etc. Vi er nok enda bare i starten på mobil applikasjoner og bruken av dem.

    Ønsker du å jobbe med et lite, men eksklusivt app firma, ta kontakt med oss. Hvis du ønsker å lage det beste, og få mest ut av ideen din, så må man tenke gjennom prosjektet nøye og planlegge godt. Vi må skjønne nøyaktig hva du ønsker, og så lager vi et utkast til en nydelig mobil applikasjon. Vi gir oss ikke før du er 100% fornøyd. Vi jobber helst med seriøse bedrifter og personer som setter krav til sitt produkt og ønsker å lage det beste. website: www.appsonite.no

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