5 Websites Every College Student Needs to Visit

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At the peak of winter exams and submissions, college students are continually looking for resources that can help improve their writing and studying skills. Thankfully, the Internet offers a variety of helpful tools for students, so if you’re aiming for high grades and a smooth semester, then these five websites are worth a visit!

1. Quetext

A lot of college students get worried when they know their papers will be checked for plagiarism. This website will help you check for potential plagiarism issues before submitting your paper so you can put your mind at ease.

2. Spell Check

Even if you did some great research and exerted considerable effort, spelling mistakes give an assignment a bad image and could cause you to score less in your final grade. This website can scan your work for spelling mistakes in a matter of seconds.

3. Reverso Translation

If you’re writing an English paper and can only remember the word in another language, just search on this website and it will give you the word in English. It’s a great tool for students who aren’t native English speakers and it will help you add to your vocabulary.

4. JSTOR

This website helps you access academic books and journals that you could cite in your research papers. It is always preferable for the grader to view academic sources in your paper and it is also beneficial for you to read them.

5. Grammarly

Despite passing through 12 years of school to learn basic English, a lot of college students still make grammatical mistakes and errors. Like spelling issues, these types of mistakes can lead to a lower grade. This website will help you figure out what your mistakes are and how to correct them.

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