WhichPad isn’t the only website that is out there helping the student community because of the internet there are unlimited resources to help you through university.
The first website to grace our list is Save the Student which was started by former student Owen Burek in 2007. Save the Student has a diverse range of topics they cover from accommodation advice to finding the best student bank account. They have thousands of articles on their website which allows students to get the information they need regardless of problems they may face while studying.
Coming in at number 2 is Student Recipes a website for those who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle at university. Even though students are renowned for living on fast food especially after a night out on the town. From party food to dessert or you’re looking for new ideas Student Recipes have got you covered.
Taking the bronze medal on our list is Grammarly more than likely, you will have to do a lot of writing during your time at university and proofreading can be a laborious task. Grammarly Is a free online proofreading tool that is a lot more powerful than standard spell checkers. As a bonus, you can add Grammarly as an extension to your internet browser so it can check your grammar wherever you type.
The next website on our list is Unifresher. Unifresher is one of the largest UK platforms that helps students discover all the local and national brands that can enhance their time at University. Through engaging content that students care about we have become the go-to place for students to discover their new city during freshers week and beyond.
To round off our list we have a simple website but an incredibly important one Cite this for me (make sure you cite your sources people) Cite This for me can help. Whatever referencing style you need, they have it! And they also offer a Chrome extension so you can reference straight from the source with no worries. This is an essential website for any student to make citing sources a breeze.