College. Its described as the best times of a person’s life. It prepares you for the what professionals call “the real world.” Here are 5 services that a college student should sign up for. They’ll help you get through college and are useful for a lifetime.
Called by the Wall Street Journal as the “best online tool for personal finance,” Mint.com is a free service that allows you to manage your finances all in one place. Learn about your spending habits and create a budget to develop “good financial habits.” Use these good habits to get yourself to your financial goals.
Favorite feature: automatically updates all your accounts (savings, checking, credit cards) and creates visually striking graphs with the data.
Your bombarded with information all the time. The quiz thats tomorrow. The speech that you have to give for your public speaking course. The meeting that you have with your adviser. With Evernote, you now have the ability to remember everything! Capture information and organize it so its useful for you.
Practical uses: You could use Evernote to capture and store notes for classes. Gather information needed for a research paper into one spot. Share notes with peers for a group project.
Favorite feature: Voice notes on the Evernote iPhone app. Got a brilliant idea for something. Open Evernote and hit Voice note to start recording. Then access your note from any computer. [Read more…] about 5 FREE services that every college student should use