17 Most Useful Websites and Extensions for Students
They may help you achieve better results
It’s hard to not lose your mind going through the journey of being a student. The never-ending assignments and expectations often feel like a weight on my shoulders preventing me from enjoying my life.
After the pandemic, most of our courses are online meaning more time in front of the computer.
In this article, I’ll present to you some useful websites to not lose your mind.
Notion is a great organizational tool. It provides several templates for students. And you can create your own web page as you wish as well.
Grammarly is a great tool when it comes to written assignments. You can run a quick test to make sure that your piece is mistake-free.
Another issue while writing can be capitalization and this website is all about helping you do it the right way.
4. Google docs and slides:
Using google docs and /or slides, you make sure that your work is saved and you can find it no matter what happens with your computer. You also can work easily with your friends on the same doc and get and/ or give feedback.
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This website is a great one for citing your recourses.
Quillbot provides paraphrasing services that I find really helpful.
This website is a great one if you’re learning languages. Synonyms, antonyms, pronunciation, and other helpful features.
Google Scholar allows you to search for scientific articles and thesis.
Canva is an easy tool through which you can build designs or presentations.
Linkedin is an opportunity land if you’re looking for internships or part-time jobs. It’s a great place to create your personal brand which helps you get noticed by recruiters.
Applying for opportunities or sending requests to professors can be stressful with the waiting game. Mail track gets you one step ahead by knowing if the receiver opened your email and when.
Another opportunities website. This one provides you with scholarships from all over the world and other opportunities such as conferences and competitions.
Youtube is still my go-to website to search for explained lectures, study music, and study tips from other students.
Medium can be the written version of youtube. A place where you find tips, inspiration, ideas, and stories of other students.
If you’re a pet lover like me, you will enjoy this one especially if you don’t have real pets. Think of it as your digital pet in each new window that you can actually pet.
This website provides beats that you can enjoy listening to while studying.
This website will make you feel as if you’re studying in a cafe if you find yourself more productive and focused that way.
I hope you find these websites helpful. Thank you for reading and good luck with your studies.