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Afraid of using music you aren't supposed to? Here are free and legal tunes for your projects.

Don't have PowerPoint? Google to the rescue! Watch this seven-minute video to learn how to use your personal or school Google account to create a presentation.

Are you afraid of getting up to give a speech...and then forgetting what to say? Then use cue cards! This site gives you tips and tricks for making and using them well.

Use this worksheet to keep track of sources and information.

Looking for a short or long biography? Choose one of these sites and read about interesting lives.

Give credit to your sources! Learn the easy way in a minute and a half by watching this video.

If you have an iPhone or iPad, try Tellagami, which lets you create videos starring an avatar you design.

Finished with the test? Check out these five hints on what to double-check before you turn it in.

So you have the words but are terrified to speak in public? Spend eight minutes on this video to get tips for overcoming your fears and giving an awesome speech.

Do you have to write a paper but don't know where to start? Try these tips from Purdue University to start and finish strong!

Make your own online flashcards (or find existing ones) to help you study.

Need a current event you can understand? With a Newsela account you can adjust a news story to your reading level.

Watch this four-minute video to learn why it's better to start research early rather than waiting until the last minute.

Learning to study is just like learning to ride a bike—with a few lessons and practice you'll have it down in no time!

If you have an iPad, use this app to make virtual sock puppets to present your information.

Do you study hard and still do not do well on your tests? Are you tired of your teachers calling home about work you did not do in class or for homework? Then check out this site to learn how to motivate yourself, improve your memory, and much more!

Wishing you knew how to get organized and study? Then check out AlishaMarie's best tips for motivating yourself and getting organized in this video! 

Student Laurie Martel shares her favorite way of studying for tests and exams—flashcards!—in this 13-minute video.

Studying for a test? Try these ten tips. Improve your score.

Getting ready for at test? Watch this four-minute animated video to learn nine quick tips to overcome nerves and do well.