Visual learners, rejoice. What makes this site unique are the mind maps, a web of information that breaks down broad subjects into smaller topics. When you create a map, it allows you to see how things are connected.
The site also has numerous other helpful features like flashcards, a note-taking platform, self-created quizzes, study planner, a collaboration tool, and a way to track how much you’re learning. This versatile tool is also available across multiple platforms for studying on the go.
With this site, you provide the information and Quizlet provides the study tools. Users can create “sets” in any subject under the sun. Based on the set, the website will generate flashcards, quizzes, practice tests, matching games, and even auditory tools. Quizlet also has a free app for learning on the go and studying even offline.
Studying can sometimes cover several different platforms, but with Evernote, all of your notes, information, and research can be together in one place. An invaluable organizational tool, this site can sync your info across computers and phones, share with other users, gather web-clips, and create all from one central platform.
Collaboration is the name of the game for this website. StudyBlue connects students through similar learning goals and subjects, allowing them to share and access flashcards, study guides, and more. StudyBlue can even connect students in specific classes, letting them message each other and collaborate on projects.
Despite making you hungry for some spaghetti, this site is dedicated to increasing productivity. Inspired by the Pomodoro method of productivity—working for 25 minutes and then taking a 5-minute break—Marinara Timer allows you to customize your own personal timer (complete with entertaining alarm sounds like “alien bot ordering lunch” or “echoing into space”) to study effectively.
Studying with flashcards has never been so easy. StudyStack allows users to create flashcard sets and use what others have already made. When a card is flipped, you can choose whether you got it right or wrong. Wrong cards then repeat until you’ve learned it, making it a great tool for memorization.
Want to learn more about stress management? What about creating a schedule to write an essay in a week? HowToStudy offers help to students by collecting a wide variety of studying resources from across the Internet. Straightforward and easy to navigate, HowToStudy organizes resources by subject. You can also learn how to study, as their website name suggests, by looking through their collected guides on every part of the studying process, from starting your study session to managing test anxiety for the big day.
When you keep track of assignments, tests, and events, planning time to study becomes a lot easier. Schooltraq is an online digital planner that keeps due dates in check. An alternative to the traditional paper agenda, this site ensures you never lose your schedule as it syncs up between your phone and computer.
If your writing can do with a bit of assistance, Grammarly can help make sure that your studying and resulting work are correct. The add-on for browsers is easy to use, informative, and will help correct your writing, teaching you where your work can be improved.
Whether you’re writing an email or collaborating on a project, this free tool can assist you with your approach to work. It not only clearly outlines what needs to be changed, but tells you why it needs to be changed, so you learn from the experience.
Do you love flashcards, but can’t keep track of all your individual cards? Want to study easier on the go or whenever you have a free moment?
This app has an extremely wide variety of available flashcards, from the periodic table to Greek philosophers to animals in Antarctica. And since it’s by Duolingo, there are also tons of flashcards dedicated to different languages.
Can’t find the flashcard deck you need? You can make one tailored to your studying and then share it with others!