3 Apps You Can Use To Learn A New Skill If You’re Home During The Period After NSS

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Other than just because you’re bored during the period after NSS learning a new skill can feel rewarding especially if you’re being consistent. That being said, certain skills also tend to make you a more attractive hire for hiring managers. Although some people are more productive taking an online course to learn a new skill, if you’re a more casual learner you might prefer to use a mobile app instead. Here are some great recommendations for mobile apps if you’re looking to learn a new skill.


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Most of Udemy’s courses are available at around $20 (around GHC120), however, if you check the app frequently there are a lot of courses that are given out for free for limited periods of time. You also don’t have to rush through the lessons and you can take your time completing them so that they’re not overwhelmed.


Mimo: Learn to Code

Mimo is an app that teaches you how to code in modern programming languages such as HTML, Javascript and Python. The lessons are structured to be short enough that you can complete one in 5 to 10 minutes. Even with just 10 minutes a day, if you’re consistent you’re likely to pick up an impressive new skill.


App Logo for Duolingo

Duolingo is an app that has been quite popular for language learners for a long time, and there’s a good reason for that. It’s the most downloaded education app because it has courses designed by language experts, over 35 languages and fun-structured lessons that make your learning more fun.

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