10 FREE online tools that could help students succeed in their studies

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – With the start of the school year back to school, homework is inevitable for students. Here’s a list of back-to-school resources that might help them navigate difficult issues.

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Duolingo – An educational technology company that produces apps for language learning and provides language certification. From beginners to advanced learners, users can practice vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, and listening skills using spaced repetition.

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Chegg – An online study platform for high school and college students that allows users to upload classroom study materials, create electronic flashcards to study and share with others, and practice quiz. They offer over 500 million free flashcards in dozens of subjects ranging from algebra to veterinary medicine.

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Hippocampus.org – A basic college website that allows users to explore thousands of free videos in 13 subject areas ranging from earth sciences to religion.

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bartleby – Developed by Barnes & Noble Education, Inc. as part of its continuing mission to serve all who work to uplift their lives through education, they provide learning with step-by-step manual solutions, a learning center virtual writing and research.

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Canva – Helps create designs to share or print. For those who don’t want to start from scratch, there are thousands of free templates on just about any topic or topic imaginable.

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Codecademy – Some say coding is the language of math and some schools teach it. With a mission to create a world where everyone can build something meaningful with technology, this site is for students of all experience levels who want to learn more about the skill.

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Purdue Online Writing Lab – This site hosts writing resources and educational materials, as a free service for students, community members, and users worldwide. Users will find information to help with many writing projects.

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Project Gutenberg – This site might be useful for students looking to read different styles of books to focus on the mechanics and stylistic choices of various book genres. It is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks, students can choose from free EPUB and Kindle eBooks, to download or read online.

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Studypool – A global 24/7 online tutoring platform that welcomes students of all levels to deepen their learning experience with a micro-tutoring service that connects students with a tutor to help them with their academic questions with very little waiting time.

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Khan Academy – K-12 students can choose from a list of subjects that cover all levels, including early math to AP biology and more. The site also offers test preparation help for the SAT, ACT, MCAT, GMAT, and other college entrance exams.

Melvin G. Rodriguez