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Study Tips and Tools

To keep up with your academics and maintain your CES status, it’s helpful to establish a regular study routine. Some students may prefer online tutoring, while others may prefer to work independently with electronic flashcards.

The following websites and apps specialize in helping students prepare for projects and quizzes throughout their college careers. To study with an online community of students, create personalized study quizzes or rent textbooks, start with these resources:

Websites

  • College Study Tips: On this site, you’ll find techniques for eliminating procrastination, suggestions for where to study and more.
  • Open Study: Interact with an online study community of students who are taking math, chemistry, English and other classes. You can ask questions and get explanations 24/7.
  • StudyBlue: StudyBlue is an online studying platform designed for high school and college students. As a user, you can upload class study materials, complete practice quizzes, and create electronic flashcards.
  • Chegg: This site specializes in online textbook rentals, online tutoring, scholarships, homework help, and internship matching.
  • Quizlet: This is a great tool for finding essential study techniques such as flashcards and games. 
  • Purpose Games: This site allows you to create your own quizzes and knowledge games as inventive study tools.
  • FlipQuiz.me: With this tool, you can create gameshow-style boards for test reviews to make studying more engaging. Your questions will be displayed on-screen, and your boards can be saved for later use.
  • Khan Academy:  With a library of online resources, you can learn about a variety of subjects such as grammar, art history, electrical engineering, computer animation and more. There are also test prep resources included on the site.

iPhone Apps

  • Quizlet: Download this app for your iPhone to create electronic versions of flashcards and games to help you study.
  • GoConqr: With the app’s personalized learning environment, students and teachers can create, discover and share learning resources.

AndroidApps

  • Quizlet: Download this app for your Android to create electronic versions of flashcards and games to help you study.
  • GoConqr: With the app’s personalized learning environment, students and teachers can create, discover and share learning resources.

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