What is Textsheet?

Textsheet used to be one of the best places to find answers for student for their school or college projects, home-works or assignments. But due to some unavoidable situations, it has to be taken down. 


Textsheet Alternatives

Since the Textsheet has been taken down, We have to get something to make student’s life simpler.

Here is the list of Top Three Textsheet Alternates: 

  • Chegg
  • Slader 
  • Studylib
  1. Chegg – Chegg, Inc. is an American education technology company based in Santa Clara, California that offers online textbook rentals (both physical and digital), as well as homework help, online tutoring, and scholarship and internship matching. The name Chegg is a portmanteau of the words chicken and egg, based on the founders’ experience after graduating from college; they could not land a job without experience, but could not get experience without a job. – Wikipedia 

 

Chegg at textalternate.com

This company is about to be 20 years old in saving students. As they say Chegg is one of the strongest reason which caused the breakdown of Textsheet. 

When it comes to pricing, Chegg’s membership starts from $14.95 per month. You can also use trial version of an online tutoring service for 30 minutes for free.

  • Chegg has millions of answers to questions from all over the world
  • Internship and jobs can be searched on chegg once you’re skilled.
  • You can rent/buy a book in here. Also, it delivers to your doorstep. (Delivery is free for orders above $35).

Find out the best user-written reviews for Chegg.com Reviews here

 

         2. Studylib – is a service for document publication and storage, which are loaded by users. With studylib.net you can download and store important documents for free, as well as post them on their websites and share through social networks.

Studylib at textalternate.com

What format are supported by studylib.net?

Currently it supports the following formats: pdf, txt, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, rtf, csv, odc, odg, odi, ODM, odp, ods, odt, sxc, sxd, sxi, sxw, wpd, djvu, fb2, chm, epub, lit, lrf, mobi, pdb, pml, rb, smb, tcr

How many documents can you store at studylib.net?

We use distributed repositories, so we can store an unlimited number of valuable and useful documents. 

 

How do I publish my document?

Simply click on the “upload document” button and select the file on your hard drive. If you already don’t have an account with studylib.net, you will be prompted to create an account using e-mail or OpenID. After that, add the name and description of the document and wait for the end of the conversion process. 

Can I upload the document for personal use only?

Yes. In document properties, you need to highlight “Visible only to me.” After that, this document will be available only under your account. 

What is OpenID and how to use it?

OpenID – is a very convenient tool for authorization. If you have an account at postal services like Gmail, Mail.ru, Yandex, rambler or in social networks like Facebook, Livejournal, you can log in to your StudyLib account using these services. To do this, you need to click on the corresponding icon on the registration or authorization page.  

 

       3. Slader – The last one but not the least. I would personally recommend this one. It’s free and without any hassle. Slader is one of the most popular Q&A banks in the States. They are improving their quality day by day. 

slader at textalternate.com

 

We know what it’s like to get stuck on a homework problem. We’ve been there before. Slader is an independent website supported by millions of students and contributors from all across the globe. We’re here to help you succeed and get unstuck once and for all. – Slader 

 

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