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Some subjects can be difficult, but we have found some websites that can help you along the way. Be sure to check out the video below for tips on how to study.
This website has tons of information in all subject areas. It also includes an encyclopedia, atlas, dictionary, and thesaurus.
Having trouble writing a paper? Not sure where you should place a comma? This site is a great resource for grammar and punctuation. It also offers quizzes and writing tips.
Math got you down? This website gives you step-by-step video tutorials on how to solve math problems. You can even search for help by entering the name of your text book.
Love watching The Discovery Channel? If so, you can visit the website they've created to help students with homework.
Details and study guides for the PSAT, SAT, and AP tests are all available on The College Board website below.
Details and study guides for the ACT test are available on the ACT Student Site below
Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, and give back to your community. Check out these websites to learn more about volunteer programs near you.
Looking to volunteer your time? Have a special community service project that you need help funding? Looking for a scholarship? Check out Do Something, an organization who awards citizens under the age of 25 for helping to better the communities around them.
Learn about the programs in your area that need your help.
Internships are a great way to learn more about a job that you may be interested in. Check out these websites and the video to learn more about internship opportunities available to you and job shadowing.
Scholarships provide money for college based on a combination of factors, including G.P.A., extracurricular activities, and financial need. There are many scholarships available.
Get a jump start by visiting these helpful web sites to search for scholarships: