The students are already enjoying the summer. You still have a few months to get back to your school routine, but it’s never too early to start thinking about what you’ll need when it’s time to resume your studies and head back to college.
At PCWorld, we have several articles that will help you be a better student. To make it easier for you, we’ve gathered here the essentials that every student should keep in mind: from technological products (offers included) to apps to get organized.
What do you need for the start of the school year?
From laptop to Software safety, you’ll need a lot of stuff when it’s time to go back to class. To make it easier for you, we’ve listed some must-have tech products for you (and also in case you’re an Apple fan).
If you are planning to move out of your parents’ house, you will also be interested in knowing what to bring to your university residence.
Best laptops and tablets for students
As we said, it is essential to have an electronic device that allows you to take notes, do work or, why not, disconnect in your free time.
laptop the Tablet, the choice is yours:
Electronic devices, at the best price
Discounts are good for everyone, but even more so if you’re on a tight budget, as students often are.
You can learn how to make money while you study, or check out what tech offerings are currently available:
Amazon Prime Student
Like other services, Amazon also offers a special rate for its Amazon Prime for students (half the price!). Of course, you have to be a university student and be able to try it.
For more information, see our article on Amazon Prime Student.
Best bank accounts for students
Now that you are starting your college life, it might be time to open a bank account. Fortunately, there are many banks that offer special conditions for students.
Get organized to get better grades
Finally, we would like to advise you to take advantage of technology also to get better grades. How? ‘Or’ What? It all starts with good organization and a good agenda or calendar, although you’ll need apps to procrastinate too.