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StudentDocket v.1.0.809 Reviewed!

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Student Docket

Some of you may remember Simon’s review of StudentBerry, a premier tasking application designed specifically for students with BlackBerry devices. To be fair, some of you may not.

Now called StudentDocket, this application aims to help students organize their tasks, projects and assignments, allowing users to view them in an eye-pleasing, well-organized fashion. For all you students out there, this is a must-have, and since it’s being sold in a bundle package with Cram for a limited time (you can still get the two together for a reasonable $24.85), there’s no better occasion to pick up these two academic tools in time for next semester.

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Student Starter Pack for back-to-schoolers

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Student Start Pack for BlackBerry including Cram and StudentDocket

StudentDocket and Cram have cleverly paired up to offer a great package to those heading back to school in a few short weeks. After taking a good look at StudentDocket and having been amply impressed by Cram, I can say these two apps are must-haves for any academic that means business. StudentDocket helps you organize classes, assignments, and larger projects in an easily-navigable and clean interface, while Cram lets you create your own quizzes for on-the-go testing. Sharpen your pencils, charge your BlackBerry, and head on over here to grab the Student Starter Pack for a mere $25. Just remember, the you only have until August 31st. to enjoy the deal.

(via Metroberry)

StudentBerry helps berry-carriers hit the books

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StudentBerryStudentBerry has been recently released, now letting go-getter academics keep close tabs on assignments and classes. Having been an arts student, I don’t know a damn thing about hard work or diligence, but surely there are some more business-like kids out there packing BlackBerrys and wanting to stay on top of their studies. Although it’s little more than a tweaked task manager, having things changed just enough for the student life makes it a nicely tailored piece of software. In the long run, there’s plenty of opportunity for close synchronization with BlackBerry’s native address book, calendar and tasks application. More info over here.