I wish I were a student nowadays. There are so many tools available online to make writing assignments and attending classes that my life would be so much easier – I never had much of a memory, so it would be great to have all those notifications stopping me from forgetting deadlines and so.
On the other hand, the options are so many that it can be very hard to choose one or to know which one is the most trustworthy. Plus, some of the apps and tools available are paid, and you don’t want to be spending your short student budget in something that won’t help you much. So here are five tools that have already proven themselves as the best ones for students so far.
# 1 – Mathway
Struggling with Maths? So fear no more. Mathway will help you solve questions on Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Statistics, Finite Math, Linear Algebra, and Chemistry in a way so simple that you will be thrilled.
All you have to do is to type your problem in or take a picture of it with your phone and the answer will be on your screen in no time. And you can do it even without internet access because the tool is fully functional offline. The app is free of charge, but there is a catch: it will give you the answer, but it won’t tell you how they got it – if you want the step-by-step explanation, you will have to pay extra for it.
# 2 – Essay Writing Education
If you need an extra hand with your hand, you should try EssayWriting.Education services. They work only with expert writers that are ready to help you write any essay on any topic when if your deadline is already knocking at your door. They also work with research papers, dissertations, and more.
And you only have to pay for service itself, as you get limitless amendments, bibliography, outline, title page, formatting, and plagiarism report for free. And EssayWriting.Educationisn’t only about writing: they also can help you editing, rewriting, and proofreading your texts.
# 3 – Wolfram Alpha
You might have read of Wolfram Alpha, the super powerful search engine believed to be able to answer any question you might have. So forget about Google and ask this tool about Maths, Life Sciences, Statistics, Engineering to Music, Education, Food, Linguistics, and more.
Wolfram Alpha will bring to you curated content, full of reliable reports and crucial information for your assignments. As everything that is good, you have to pay to use it, but you won’t regret.
One of my worst nightmares at school was the idea of losing my notes, hand-outs, and those small pieces of paper with very crucial information that I kept for some reason. If you can relate to it, Evernote is the solution for your problem. With it, you can just photography anything you want with your phone and store it forever.
You will be able to create folders so to leave everything organised, search text even in images, and to create your own notes straight to it – goodbye, old-fashioned notebooks. Evernote also allows you to clip webpages so that you can read them later, and share your files with anyone you want.
# 5 – Dropbox
Dropbox will create a 2G virtual hard drive for you that won’t allow you to forget an assignment at home ever again. Just keep a backup of your files there and you will be able to access anything you want from any computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Everything is automatically sync and stored in the could for you – and you have to do is to drag and drop the files from your computer to Dropbox. The tool comes with sharing features in case you are working in group and want to share large files, for instance. And it is all free of charge.
# 6 – Dictionary.com
But if it is the meaning of the words that you find difficult, download Dictionary.com app. It will not only save your back from those heavy dictionaries, but it also comes with cool features and over 2 million definitions. It also works offline, so don’t worry about trying to find the nearest Wi-Fi available.
Among the features that you will love, you will be able to favourite words, check spelling suggestions, plus the word origin, translation, voice search, audio pronunciation, and more – all this included in the free version of the app. But if you can afford it, you should get the paid app, which includes an encyclopaedia, slang dictionary, slangs and phrases, example sentences, and a medical, science and rhyming dictionaries.
Wrapping it up
Now you have a great selection of online tools that are a must-have for any student nowadays. They will help you to keep your studies on track and get better marks effortlessly. So start testing them and see which ones fit better your needs. Your life as a student will be much better after it.