5 Online Resources To Make Studying Easy

5 Online Resources to Make Studying Easier

I think a lot of people think about studying and immediately cringe because they think about long hours reading a boring textbook or painfully sorting through notes. You shouldn’t fret about it, though, because there are quite a few online resources that make studying much easier!

5 Online Resources to Make Studying Easy

1. Quizlet

Quizlet is a fantastic resource if you’re studying for a test. Users can create flashcards and tests based off of vocabulary words and concepts. These are published and you can access them if you’re taking that class or a related one. For instance, there are some marketing terms that I couldn’t find in the text book, but the right definitions were on Quizlet! It’s definitely a website to add to your bookmarks!

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2. StudyBlue

StudyBlue is similar to Quizlet in that you can access flashcards and quizzes, however it’s mainly focused on your own materials instead of what other students published. You can track your progress, set reminders, create custom quizzes, and connect with students who are in your class. There is also a paid premium version for $7 a month where you can get full access to shared content and unlimited study guides!

3. GoConqr

GoConqr is another collective database where people can submit their own materials, however you do not get unlimited access to them until you refer 3 friends to the website. With GoConqr, you have the ability to create a mind map, quiz, flashcards, notes, and slideshows that you can share with your friends. Perfect for a group project, if you ask me!

4. Duolingo

If you’re studying a foreign language, Duolingo is the tool for you! Whether you have an upcoming Spanish test or you’re trying to take up French on the side, it will definitely help you master the vocabulary you want to learn! It has learning sessions where you can listen, speak, and write in the language you’re studying and has grading system to help you advance from level to level.

5. StudySoup

StudySoup is by far one of the most unique studying communities online! You can buy notes and study guides uploaded by other users, but here’s the big plus: If you’re a good notetaker, you can upload your own notes and get money every time someone uses them! Forbes even noted that the website’s more detailed note-takers are making upwards of $1200 a month! Sound interesting? Maybe you should use this as an opportunity to take better notes and make money off of them. As college students, we need as much money as we can possibly get, am I right?

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What are your favorite online studying resources? Are there any websites that help keep you motivated or on track? Let me know in the comments!

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39 Replies to “5 Online Resources To Make Studying Easy”

  1. I wish I had more of these resources when I was in college.

    1. Thank goodness for the internet!

  2. I used StudyBlue religiously in college!

    Kayla || Keynotes from Kay

    1. It’s definitely a helpful website!

  3. I loved StudyBlue. It’s so easy to use. I have never heard of some of these but I will have to check them out.

    xoxo, Jenny

    1. I’m definitely planning on using it more! And you totally should check the other ones out!

  4. Gosh I could have really used this post a few weeks ago during midterms! 😉 I am old fashioned though and still handwrite out flashcards when I have a big exam.

    xoxo A

    1. Those methods are still around for a reason because they work! I like physically writing stuff down too!

  5. Quizlet is bae. Didn’t know about the others, thanks for sharing!

    1. Quizlet is definitely awesome! Thanks for reading!

  6. I’ve been out of college for a few years, but these are great tips! Xoxo Mindy

  7. Wow, I had only heard of Quizlet before this post! So glad you introduced me to other online resources…I feel like I’m constantly studying, so these will come in handy, haha 🙂


    1. I definitely get that feeling, girl! Thanks for reading!

  8. I used StudyBlue for every exam in uni, such great resources!

    1. For sure! Thanks for reading!

  9. I’ve been using Quizlet since high school and think I’d be incredibly lost preparing for exams without it!

    1. It’s definitely a fantastic tool!

  10. I just started using quizlet last semester and I love it!! Thanks for listing these other study tools! (:
    Amy | Pastel N Pink

    1. Quizlet’s a favorite of mine too!

  11. Quizlet is my go-to when major tests come around!! It’s the best

    1. It definitely is! Thanks for reading!

  12. I’ve graduated, but I’m definitely going to share these tips with people.

  13. As a college student, this is a very helpful information for me! Thanks a lot, love!

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    Take care,
    Rizuna from 100% Nerd

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    1. Sure thing Rizuna! Thanks for reading!

  14. Wish I knew about these when I was in school!

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    1. They’re definitely helpful! Thanks for reading!

  15. Chronicling Home says: Reply

    Study blue was my jam in college! It was so helpful and beneficial! I love Duolingo now too, because it keeps me fresh on all the languages I speak!

    Nicole // Chronicling Home

    1. I love using Duolingo to keep me refreshed on the Spanish I learned in high school!

  16. Heck I think http://www.1728.org is a good resource too. Has handy calculators for math and science.

    1. Thanks for the tip!

  17. I tried duolingo two years ago. I must say that is an excellent tool gives you the opportunity to learn a new language.

    1. It is a wonderful tool! I use it to stay refreshed on some basic Spanish!

  18. These are great resources!

    1. Thanks Allison!

  19. This is amazing! I usually use the traditional studying methods of… head to the library until you drop! I never really thought to use online communities and tools for studying but these look really helpful! will head over and try some of them now, thank you so much!

    Rashina XOXO

    1. Glad I could introduce you to some new resources! Best of luck with the rest of the school year!

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