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Education Search Engine: Noodle.org

Getting into College Search Engine

From the creators of the Princeton Review, meet Noodle.org. It’s a personalized recommendation engine in Beta geared towards education. It’s focus is on the best way to help users — from parents and adults to high schoolers — to find the best schools and programs to fit their needs. Think of it as an interactive Princeton Review library of all their published works plus everything collectively in their brains.

Noodle.org, education search engine, educational search engine, college search engine

Stressed about getting your high school student into college? This is a good place to start your journey. Noodle.org is FREE and allows users to search colleges, graduate programs and K-12 schools, find study abroad programs, identify the best local tutors and test prep programs, search for a guidance counselor or education consultant, and access hundreds of thousands of free learning materials.

  • Noodle.org features data on over 130,000 schools and hundreds of thousands of education providers
  • Noodle.org offers content from the most credible sources, including federal and state education departments and agencies, LinkedIn, Forbes, Newsweek, YouTube Education, and US News & World Report
  • Users can select from over 350,000 interactive learning materials covering an expansive range of subjects, compiled from noteworthy sources such as National Geographic, The Smithsonian, Khan Academy and BigThink
  • With over 120,000 K-12 schools, 2,900 4-year colleges, 5,000 graduate programs,135 study abroad programs and 80,000 tutoring listings, Noodle.org has the largest compilation of education resources found anywhere on the web
  • Once users narrow their search selection and want to engage with friends, family and others who have shared experiences, Noodle.org enables them to share their findings from the site via Facebook and Twitter, and save their results for easy access

What would I use Noodle.org for? It would probably be my first stop to research something like study abroad programs or best art colleges for my oldest. Would I use it to find tutors? Maybe, but I’m more likely to ask a bunch of mom friends for recommendations.

It also would be a good starting place to research colleges since Princeton Review is known for that. Would you use Noodle.org? If so, for what? I’m sure they’d love your feedback!

p.s. You have to register to use the site, but all registrants are also entered to win a $4000 college scholarship.

p.p.s. I have more posts on college here:

Best and Worst College Majors

15 Most Famous College Libraries

How to Get an Athletic Scholarship

10 Apps to Make You Awesome in College

Why Volunteering Abroad as a Teen is Crucial

I received a very small stipend but all opinions are my own. I am honestly intrigued to see how this turns out. An educational search engine is up my alley but it must be comprehensive and easy to use. For college visits … ugh, thankfully that is a few years away for us but you can be sure that I’ll research here first.

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

11 Comments

  1. What an intriguing concept! I will definitely check it ou!
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  2. What an intriguing concept! I will definitely check it out!
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  3. Huh. That’s interesting- yes, I would use this. I’m still so focused on finding the best 4th grade math sites, but I’ll be interested to come back to this site closer to college time.
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  4. After reading your post, I recommended the site to my elder one and she is finding it very resourceful in finding her college abroad. I have also read your article “Best and Worst College Majors” quite informative I must say.
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  5. Ann

    I would definitely like to check this out! I really wouldn’t know where to start for schools other than art schools! I would definitely want info on which schools offer which programs and selling points.
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    • Hi Ann,
      I think this would be great with it’s time for searching for colleges. Thankfully, that is a few years away. I’m going to ask you about Art Schools for my oldest in a few years! Thanks for outing yourself as a Go-To!
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  6. Wow. I didn’t know that there’s such a thing as educational search engine. Thanks for posting this. Very educational for parents like us.
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