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10 Nontrivial Websites for Students (Besides Facebook and Instagram)

by Vivien Smith Academic Writer


Studentship ain’t a walk in the park. Being independent in terms of finances and decision-making might put a serious toll on your life, should you be unprepared and unready to embark on leaving without parents. In addition, coping with academic workload is another challenge most students face. As a result, many rest confounded and puzzled as to how to move with one’s educational career on. What steps to make? What decisions to take?

To find answers, students usually go online. But the Internet has so many websites (gazillions!), and so many of them are of below-furbelow quality (bazillions!) that figuring out what is what sometimes becomes too difficult and time-taking. That’s why this article will offer 10 consistent resources which will make student life much easier and more productive.

LifeHacker

The British edition of this popular online portal is famous for providing invaluable hints on such aspects as finances, productivity, personal life and self-actualization. A must-read thing for each and every student.

UnplugTheTV

Does someone still watch TV in the twenty-first century? If the answer is positive, here’s a smart (and educative!) alternative to soap operas and talk shows. UnplugTheTV is an educative streaming service offering random videos on various scientific topics. Popcorn is allowed.

Sleepyti      

Having hard time getting up early? Want to rest well before the important exam session tomorrow? Check out Sleepyti – a pretty nifty instrument to calculate proper time to go to bed. Taking into account sleeping cycles and plenty of other scientific stuff Sleepyti will help avoid morning fatigue and grogginess.

KeepMeOut

Who are the worst enemies of a dedicated student? Social networks, funny cat videos, gif aggregators, movie streaming services. Having hard time blocking them, for you’re not mentally strong enough? Use Keep Me Out and carry on working on your home assignment focused to the backbone.

Coursera

The most famous MOOC (massive open online courses) in the world, Coursera offers a plethora of online courses to complete. Study JavaScript programming, cooking, accounting and international law in the comfort of your own apartment.

Essay Writer

Another educative resource, Royal Essays take care of such important aspect of student activity as writing essays. Everyone who finds it hard to express oneself in a correct and coherent written form will find this website is truly life-saving instrument.   

RecipePuppy

If writing essays were the worst nightmare for students, cooking would be the second in the list. Based on the ingredients you have in the fridge, Recipe Puppy will fetch suggestions as to what you can prepare with what you have at hand. Number one gourmet website for lazy students.

Don’tPassItOn

Since students are one of the most sexually active people in the world, Don’t Pass It On offers free testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea for British citizens aged 16-24. Seriously, don’t pass it on!

TheBookPond

Does getting free textbooks on the web interfere with your moral code? But do you still lack dough to purchase brand-new (and rather expensive) academia literature? Here’s the best website to buy and sell second-hand educative materials in a great many of topics and subject areas.

UniDays

Are you an heir for a global restaurant empire? Or maybe you’re a son of Eastern oil tycoon? Then getting a discount or two for either meals, clothes or movies will for your student budget just great. Getting a bargain happens quite often here.   


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