Top 5 Resources for College Students

Here are the 5 Top Resources You Need for College

Arming yourself with necessary tools is one way of preparing for success in your college studies. Here are the top five tools you need.

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If you don't get armed, you will get harmed. This military saying guarantees success on every battlefield. If an army does not arm itself with effective and sufficient military hardware, intelligence, and strategy,it becomes easy prey to its enemy. Likewise, your life in college is a war against ignorance, deficiency, and unproductivity so that when you graduate, you are well-armed with all the tools and necessary capacity to be a productive person.In this post, college advisors from WritemyPaper4me share five tools you need to arm yourself with during your study at college.

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Plagiarism Checkers

Writing is necessary for all your college admission essays since it is the best tool for gauging how well you understand a given topic. To write effectively, you need to avoid plagiarism, which necessitates plagiarism checkers. Therefore, you should arm yourself with the best plagiarism checkers to keep you off the trap of intellectual fraud and dishonesty.

Dictionaries

Without a proper dictionary, your stay at college and ability to express yourself effectively will be blunt. Your writing efforts will be like the proverbial toothless bulldog that can only bark but can't bite. If you need some sharp teeth and an edge in your verbal and written expression, you should invest in a quality dictionary suited for college student needs. You can get them in hard and soft copies to ensure you have a sophisticated vocabulary.

Dictation Apps

Do you ever reach a point where you don't have time or even desire to write or type your notes? Finding yourself in that mood where you don't feel like writing anything is normal for all college students. But the good news is that technology has availed many dictation apps you can use to save yourself typing efforts and time. You only need to dictate what you want, and the app will translate it digitally into whatever you want. You can also take the same notes and paste them into other apps and even email them.

Planner and Organizer Apps

Your life in college remains lame and unproductive without the proper planning of your time and tasks. That is why you need to get proper hard and soft planners and organizers to help you manage your time. The Net has many of them with most of them being optimized for mobile devices.

Storage Tools

Lastly, you need storage resources for your digital content. One of the tools you can optimize is Dropbox. With this app, you can store your notes in the cloud and access them anywhere. This way, you no longer need to carry flash disks. Other apps that do the same thing are Google Drive and OneDrive from Microsoft. The best side of these tools is their ability to function on desktops and mobile devices.

With the above tools, you can make your note-taking, storage and access, and planning processes in college more effective. They are also suitable for enriching your vocabulary and helping you to beat plagiarism.

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