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Study Guides/Study Skills

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This includes summative and formative assessments, study guides, and approaches to use for review:

  1. Diigo–read, annotate, highlight, save online reading
  2. Flippity–create a Jeopardy game show
  3. Jeopardy Games in PowerPoint
  4. Jeopardy Labs
  5. Knowledge Notebook–contextual study tools such as flashcards, quizzes, and concept mapping


  1. Brainscape–flashcards synced across desktops, smartphones, and tables
  2. Flashcards or Worksheets
  3. Flippity–make flashcards in Google Spreadsheets
  4. GoConQR–flashcards, mindmaps, and more to assist student studying
  5. Study Blue--flash cards and more for studying in many subjects


  1. Are you getting enough sleep? Take this quiz from NatGeo


  1. Discovery Puzzlemaker–lots of types of puzzles
  2. WordSearch1–print, do online, hover over word for definition


  1. Geoguesser–create your own geography quiz by mixing  Google Earth and Streetview
  2. Map Treasure–add questions and answers to create a virtual treasure hunt
  3. Quick quizzes—how much do you know?
  4. Test creator—online
  5. Tests—create fill-in-the-blank

SAT Prep 

  1. College Board
  2. Kaplan Test Prep
  3. Khan Academy reading-writing-practice
  4. Mindsnacks SAT Vocabulary–a big part of succeeding on the SAT essay is knowing the right word
  5.–for SAT, ACT, GRE
  6. Perfect Score Project--to prepare for SATs
  7. Prep Factory–for SATs, ACTs, other
  8. PWM Essay Test Prep–a good collection of questions and prep resources. Some free, some fee.
  9. Quizlet–hundreds of SAT vocabulary prep flashcards
  10. Springboard–by College Board, to prepare students for the SAT
  11. StudyBlue–over 500 study resources that cover SAT prep
  12. Veritas Prep–free and fee tips, videos and more

Study Tools

  1. Flashcards or Worksheets 
  2. Quizlet–hundreds of study flashcards
  3. StudyBlue–over 500 study resources that cover SAT prep
  4. StudySoup–find high-quality study materials
  5. Veritas Prep–free and fee tips, videos and more

4 Responses to Study Guides/Study Skills

  1. Michael

    I would like to add to the list.

  2. Ravi kumar

    Found Great list here. Thanks for sharing.

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