10+ Useful Websites for Studying Which Every Student Should Know

When it is time to get down and study, we all need a little help. Student life is no joke and at times it might feel like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. Let me tell you today, there is a light and you just need a bit of guidance to see it.
10+ Useful Websites for Studying Which Every Student Should Know




There are many websites online that can help you with your studies and make your life easier.

1. Quizlet 

This is a fantastic website for students to increase their general knowledge. You can find questions on anything from the format of a literature review to basic everyday life scenarios. They have flashcards you can use and even share with your friends. Anyone is able to access this website so it has a wide range of questions. The flashcards loaded on the website has been created by other users, but you have the option to create your own flashcards if you are studying for a specific exam.

2. College Cram

We all know that cramming for an exam is a bit no-no, but sometimes things come up and we have no choice. College cram has everything you would need to prepare for an exam. The website features study sheets and formula solvers, which is a great help when you just cannot figure an equation out. Instead of hiring a literature review writing service, use this website to help you prepare the information yourself.

3. Lighthead

Many students have become aware of the environment and opt to not buy printed books, but rather read the information online. This does not mean that they read it for free, but perhaps just buy the online version instead of the hard copy. One annoying thing that happens is that your computer screen goes into sleep mode when you are still busy reading. It can cause a huge distraction for students. This tool helps your computer screen stay lit all the time so that you can get some work done.



4. Final Grade Calculator

I am not sure if this tool is motivating or scary. You can enter some of your test scores and homework marks and it will calculate what you can achieve as a final score. It might not be a bad idea if it scares you because you might actually work a bit harder after that. If you get a good calculated score, it could motivate you to keep up the good work.

5. Squirt

Besides the bad name choice, this website is great for retaining information. If you are reading through some literature review outline examples or a essay you have to remember, this tool can help. What it does is let you read one word at a time and the pace is very fast, so you really need to focus. If you have a large article to get through while researching, this would be amazing because you are able to retain a lot more information. Being focused on one word at a time helps the information stick in your head.

6. Hemingway Editor

If only students could afford hiring editors, we could all score much higher marks on our essays or reports. Well, don’t fear because this website will help you out with all your grammar and spelling errors. You simply enter your written information and the areas of concern will be highlighted. Not only does it help with grammar, but it will let you know if a sentence is too long and needs to be split. It’s just incredible what this website can do.

7. UReddit

Even though Reddit can cause a lot of distraction for students, there is another side to it you probably did not know about. UReddit subscribers design courses and lessons you can partake in. You might learn a new language or even PHP programming. It may not help you with your immediate studies, but these types of skills can come in handy later in your career.

8. TED

There are lots of challenges that students face every day and sometimes the task ahead of us can become very daunting. Nothing can make us snap out of that state as motivation can. Ted hosts talks regularly to teach us interesting facts and motivate us to see the world differently. You can find these video everywhere on the net and it will get you out of the slump you may find yourself in.

9. Koofers

Are you worried about an upcoming test and you don’t even know where to start? Koofers is a great website that allows you to do practice exams and gives you feedback and ratings from professors. They also advertise various internship programs you might want to look at.

10. ColdTurkey

The internet and social media are a bit problem when you are trying to get some studying done. This website helps you block all pages that might cause you to procrastinate. You might see one update on a social media page and before you know it you’ve wasted 2 hours that you will never get back. There is always time for such things after you get your work done and this tool will help you stay focused when you have to.




11. Study Guide Zone
This website is a little different than most of the other study websites because it does not focus on collaboration tests. You will find many standardized tests on here like LSATs and MCATs. These tests will help you prepare for a standard test you have to take. I think it’s great for any student trying to get a high score in an important exam.

Kanti Kumari

I am a professional educator and I love to share my articles with students, job seekers, competitive aspirants and peoples who love to read on these topics. You can keep in touch with me at Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn

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