14 Websites that College Students Need to Know About
Today the Internet provides college students with a wide range of websites to help them improve their study habits, check their papers for plagiarism, or download reading material. It is important when you attend college that you develop good study habits and writing skills. Therefore, if you need a little help to improve your budget, study for a test, or check a paper you need to know about these websites.
- Hack College: The website is filled with informative articles every college student needs to read. The site has articles on how to cope with college stress, where to find study material, and how to monitor your educational progress.
- The College Investor: This is an excellent website to teach you how to invest, save money, pay off your loan debt, and earn more money.
- Unigo: Before deciding on what college you want to attend, visit Unigo first. Here you can read college reviews written by students.
- Go Abroad: If you are thinking about studying abroad this is the perfect website to visit to help you in your decision making process.
- College Tips: There are many helpful tips on this site to help you survive college.
- Open Study: This is a fantastic website to meet other college students for forming study groups with or asking questions of.
- Post Your Book: This website makes it easy to post your used textbooks for sale or buy a book from another student at your school.
- Copyscape: Before turning in your term paper or written assignment, you can use this website to check your paper for plagiarism.
- Mint: A free app to download to your mobile device or your computer that will help you track your money, check your credit, or pay your bills.
- Rate My Professors: Students use this website to submit reviews about their college professors. Learn about the professor who is teaching a certain class you want to take to avoid any major surprises when you arrive at the class.
- Ice Cream Apps: There are many apps you can download on this site to help you capture screenshots, make slideshows, or convert video formats from one to another.
- Pocket: It is easy to add Pocket to your browser. When you are browsing the Internet and find articles written on a subject you need to research, simply click the browser icon on your toolbar and add the paper to Pocket.
- Glass Door: Get the low down about a company, their salaries, and what happens in the true corporate culture using this website.
- Study Hall: This is a great website to register with when looking for a job. The site will help employers find the right talent they are looking for which might just be you.
These are just a number of websites on the Internet today to help college students and the above are just a few of the most useful. Talk with your friends on campus and find out what websites they use to help them study, check their grammar, spelling, or finances. Every student attending college needs a little extra help and free resources, like those above, are out there to do just that.
About Julie Sinclair
Julie is a retired school teacher who loves writing, gardening, Internet research, crafts, and being with her family.