Let me start of by saying, welcome to the world of engineering! So all you engineering freshman are clueless about college engineering life, I’m here to tell you that it won’t be easy, but I’m sure that everything will be worth it once you survive it ‘till the end.
To help you start your first year of engineering right, you’ll need to learn to be organized, get motivated, and learn tools and shortcuts that will help you pass your subjects. So, here are some sites you might need to help you in your studies.
This site is a tool that teaches you to be more productive, and help you build good study habits.
Source: How To Geek
This site can guide you in your math subjects. It gives you data on different subjects, even step-by-step instructions for math problems.
This site teaches you the secrets of Sherlock—mind mapping! Mind mapping can go a long way in engineering, and you can access it on this site anytime.
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This site can help you get the best deals on everything you need from clothing, textbooks, electronic devices and more.
Looking for a job isn’t easy, so this site helps you find internships and entry-level jobs that meets your skills, and interests.
Source: Chicago Now
This site helps you in your writing classes. You set a target word count and you will see a new picture of a cat when you hit that count. It’s cute motivation for cat lovers, if I must say.
Source: Crazy Egg
This is one of the coolest tools for creating your presentations. It will give you amazing graphics and layouts that will surely capture your audience’s attention.
Keep Me Out
Social media can lure you away from studying for hours and hours—and you can’t have that in engineering. This site helps you avoid doing so by keeping you from being able to access your favorite websites for a certain period of time that you set.
Source: Joy of Android
Are you always late? This tool is a great app for those who love to hit the snooze button before actually getting out of bed