Applications like Grammarly help students when they don’t have a peer to review their work or are running short on time to edit. However, it is essential to not depend on the app as it is prone to errors if misused (more commonly when not paying attention).
- World history encyclopaedia
This website has many valuable resources for history students. The website is especially unique as most blog posts include academic references and are usually written by academics. Typically, many websites do not reference materials. The website is specifically suitable for all your ancient history needs.
- Khan Academy
This website has resources for a variety of subjects that are accessible for free! Additionally, Khan Academy creates written in addition to visual materials which assists students with various learning preferences.
- Crash Course
Crash Course is a YouTube channel that provides various materials on a variety of subjects. You can learn anything from American history to the basics of physics. Many of the videos on this channel are well researched as many academics contribute. Students may also benefit from the visuals this channel provides.
- Code Academy
- The Syllabus
You can access the NSW syllabus via NESA which is free. Reviewing the syllabus is vital as it prepares you for upcoming tests, as you will know the required outcomes, etc.
If you have any other valuable resources, feel free to share them in the comments!