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10+ Web Tools To Save Your Butt In School

10+ Web Tools To Save Your Butt In School
It’s a new year, and the beginning of a new semester in school. Students who didn’t do so hot last year have probably made a New Year resolution to improve their grades. To help you all with the next semester, I’ve decided to make a list of extremely helpful web tools that will make school easier for all the struggling students out there. Enjoy, and good luck with the new semester. 1. PinkMonkey / Shmoop Everyone already knows about Sparknotes and Cliffnotes, but there are very few who have used PinkMonkey. Another website you’ll like is Shmoop. Similar Sites: Sparknotes, Cliffnotes, LitSum, GradeSaver, Bookrags 2. One of the things I hate most about school is that for every paper you turn in, professors insist that you cite your sources. Luckily for you, there are a lot of websites that will put together a bibliography for you. My favorite site for this is BibMe. Similar Sites: EasyBib andOttobib. 3. Similar Sites: Quizlet, StudyStack 4.TadaLists 5. 6. 7. You have a paper due. 8. 9. 10.

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