Finishing school is a lot of hard work. But it does not have to be a struggle. There are tools and resources that can help you.
Here are a few citation and bibliography tools, most of them free, that will help you cite your sources correctly and put together your bibliography no matter how complex.
Critical thinking might be the solution to the problems of the information age. It’s definitely a good habit to get into. Take these five basic steps to start thinking effectively.
Productivity tools in downloadable, printable PDF format by Dave Seah. For time tracking, focus, goal management, and self-assessment.
Source: Printable Productivity Tools
It’s time for students to get prepped for action, and these days this means ensuring your browser is set up to be efficient, save you time and keep you organized.
Everyone has their methods for cramm—I mean, studying for tests. I barely scraped by with mine (energy drinks, late nights, and panic attacks,) but AsapSCIENCE’s science-backed study tips may help you when it’s time to hit the books again. For instance, you’ll absorb better by creating flashcards than highlighting the text you’re reading.
Trello can help you get organized. It’s a free tool to manage any kind of project. Read this guide to understand its basic structure, the navigation, and how Trello can be useful to you.