Why I Built a Virtual Studying Platform in the Midst of the Pandemic

If you’ve ever been a student, you’ve probably worked in a study group at some point. Whether it was the desire to commiserate with others, find camaraderie in the study process or get motivated, there are many factors that draw us to groups of people working towards similar goals.

It’s also in our human nature to imitate and luckily, study groups use our natural instinct of imitation to our advantage. It’s simple: we want to work because those around us are working. We see it all the time — students going out of their way to meet with friends in the library or work in a cafe when they have a big project due.

COVID-19 Wiped Out the Social Element of Studying

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