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Make the most of Google Search with these tips

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We all turn to Google Search for answers to the simplest queries to the most complex. And for students, it has made making researching as quick as blinking an eye. 
Students can use Google Search to read topics in advanced

Ways for students to get more out of Google Search

Google Search has made researching and studying more convenient: just type in keywords, hit enter, and you get multiple links to potential answers. Search does the work so you don’t have to scroll through thousands of research materials. It can do more than this though, here are a few ways Search can help you excel in studies.

Google Scholar

Students can be ready ahead of their classes through the use of Google Scholar. This search engine allows users access to relevant scholarly articles, books, theses, and documents on just about any discipline.

Targeted Results 

Google Search gives optimized results with the addition of a few keywords
Google Search gives optimized results with the addition of a few keywords

You don’t have to click from one page to another to land on a resource you’re aiming for. Search can give you accurate results with the use of quotation marks or symbols such as "+" and "-" to aid the search engine in narrowing down the links it will give you (ie. woman + red dress, biology - molecules). Users can also key in the type of file they are looking for such as pdf (ie. Presidents of the Philippines filetype:pdf).

Search can give a specific site by adding the term (ie. site:time.com summer trends) and filter through results by date.

Discover Hangout Places

Students can find the best hangout places to unwind
Students can find the best hangout places to unwind

Relaxing and hanging out with friends help the mind be ready for more school stuff. Through Google Search, you can find the best hangout recommendations nearby along with every detail and tasteful event nearby. 

Use Search on the web or get it on your Android phone or iPhone.

To know more about Search, visit www.google.com/search/about.
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