Published On: Wed, Dec 16th, 2015

Best Online Educational Resources for College Students

When working on completing your college degree, you should take advantage of every resource that you possibly can.  Online resources are great because you can access them anytime, anyplace.  They make the whole process of learning more interesting and allow students to take more of an initiative in their own education.  Here are some of the best online educational resources for college students.

Study Guide Zone

   This website has a treasure trove of study guides to help you with exams.  They start with entrance exams such as the SAT, and then when you’re in college they can help you study for your college exams.  After graduation, they have studied guides to aid you with certain licensing exams.  On their website, the test guides are listed by subject to make it quick and easy to find what you’re looking for.  They also have many practice tests to help you succeed.


   This is an online essay service where you can buy a paper.  It connects you with a writer who is well experienced in essay writing.  They screen their authors very thoroughly – all of them hold at least a bachelor’s degree in their subject, and are native speakers in the language you would like the paper written in.  You can chat online with the person who is writing your paper 24 hours, seven days a week.  Whether you are an undergrad, or you need help with your thesis, they can help you out with your academic research writing.  

 (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

(Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Study Hall

   This is a website that connects you with tutors in many given subjects.  Before tutors are hired, they have to pass a background check and go through interviews.  The tutoring programs are customized for each student.  They also offer online preparation courses to help you get ready for a big exam.


   The name boundless is describing that textbooks are now online instead of being bound like a book.  If you can’t find a textbook at your college’s bookstore, then this is the place to look.  Students are encouraged to tell their professors about Boundless, so that the whole class can save money.  The online textbooks are made, reviewed and endorsed by people with their Ph.D. and professors.  Even if you already have the text for a certain course, you can use Boundless to have an advantage over other students in your class.  You can also buy or sell textbooks on their website, and even rent them out.  


   This is an online resource to help you manage your time.  They start with a free basic package, and other packages range from $28.99 to $120 per year.  With the basic package, you can clip and save useful websites for your papers, and sync with all of your devices.  You can make lists, take notes in class, and discuss the topic with other students in your class who use Evernote.


   Here is a free, digital academic planner that was made for students, by students. You can create your schedule online, and sync it with your phone.  The system has a dashboard on it, in which you’ll be able to enter your tests and homework and set reminders for yourself.  You can sort your assignments by subject, due date, or put them in alphabetical order.  It’s a great place to keep track of all your assignments and everything else that you have going on in your life.

This is only a list of some of the best online resources available.  There are hundreds more out there for you to explore, you just have to find what works for you.  These online resources will help you to be an, even more, successful student.

Guest Author: Ikhraaf Qaiser

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  1. EssayHelper says:

    Thank you for this list. Despite a little bit old-fashioned design of Study Guide Zone, the website will be appreciated by students who prepare for different exams and tests.

  2. canadaessaywriting says:

    Being a student myself i have had times when i do not have the time to do the work. The help service mentioned in the post is outstanding. Thank you for sharing the information.

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