I have complied a list of class resources that my friends and I use:
- Digital History is an online textbook that can be used in place of any textbook for any class. I am currently using it for my U.S. History II class by my professor’s wishes.
- Chegg is a great place to buy or rent textbooks (or ebooks) at a very low cost. I have never seen textbooks that cost that little! They also have online tutoring, test prep, internship resources, and college information. Everybody I know that rents or buys from Chegg loves it.
- Wolfram|Alpha is a super calculator that will tell you how to solve the question you typed, as well as the answer.
- Mathway is another super calculator that gives you the answer to any problem, complex or simple. It’s only downfall is not telling you how to solve the problem.
- Unigo is an amazing place. You can find millions of scholarships, research colleges, find jobs and internships, as well as sell/buy textbooks.
- Khan Academy has thorough math, science, and SAT prep videos and practice problems.
- Crash Course with Hank and John Green teaches economics, politics, science, and history.
- Quizlet is great because you can make and share your own set of flashcards, and also look at any other ones made.
- Slader has textbook answers. (Although, some pages have missing problems)
- Biology Forums has answers to all of the weird biology questions you don’t want to ask in class.
- Google Drive is a cloud storage website that beats carrying around a flash drive you may loose. It holds all of your (Google) spreadsheets, documents, presentations, and videos.
If you have any, comment them and I’ll add!