In addition to helping students find the best online degree for their situation, TheBestSchools.org seeks to aid students in successful completion of those degrees. We have compiled a list of learning tools which cover a wide range of topics.
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Your SAT and ACT Prep Source So you know you need to take the SAT or ACT…. You dread it, but want to ace it! Find the best ACT/SAT test prep solution for you! We’ve reviewed and ranked the best online tutoring services, self-guided study material, and in-person classes to help you crush the ACT or SAT!
Savvy Student’s Guide to Online Education is for the students interested in distance learning classes, but ask whether it’s right for them. We’ve covered the most relevant points to consider as you decide if this is a learning tool that will meet your needs.
The Savvy Student’s Guide to Study Skills is designed for any student who realizes that there’s always room for improvement. Learning more about the essential academic and life skills discussed in our Savvy Student’s Guide to Study Skills can be your ticket to success.
Learning Tool: Stay Organized, with a Smartphone provides tips to help you maximize the utility of your smartphone. Take control of your semester with the power of your smartphone!
Learning Tool: 10 Study Tips for ADD/ADHD Students lays out 10 tips to help ADD/ADHD students, or any restless, easily distracted students, succeed. These tips have proven helpful for most students, ADD or not. Most likely, you will find a tip to help you!
Learning Tool: Early American History The AMERICAN COLONISTS LIBRARY is a comprehensive collection of the literature and documents that most directly impacted the thought and lives of America’s colonists in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Learning Tool: Introductory Ethics outlines 12 current controversial ethical issues in America. Students and professors alike will find paper topic ideas, summaries, and links to major sources.
Learning Tool: Introductory Logic An extensive note packet to supplement 100-level Introductory Logic courses. The material is mostly based off of Copi and Cohen Introduction to Logic, Hurley’s Concise Introduction to Logic, or Geisler and Brooks, Come Let Us Reason.