Kayla, the first year student athlete
Kayla was overwhelmed by the sheer number of classes and found it challenging to keep her handwritten notes in order.
She often found herself repeating the same notes, which only added to her stress.
As a first-year student and student athlete, Kayla had limited time to revise and prepare for her exams and needed the help of Glean.
"I'm a slow writer and I also have a hard time organising information...the fact that you can edit the notes while you're recording and after you're recording is also very helpful because I'm the type of person that likes to review my notes and organize them into, into different ways, that makes sense for me as that's what's beneficiary for my study tools."
Glean helped Kayla:
- Become a better learner by using keywords to remind her of a specific section of a topic.
- Stay organised and structure revision by having different folders for all of her classes.
- Engage fully in classes as she's no longer worried about jotting down everything the professor is saying.
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