Textsheet Alternatives

Are you looking for a textsheet alternative? Textsheet.com used to be student’s favorite source to find answers for their homework and assignments.

Unfortunately, because of a DMCA notice from Chegg, it’s no longer available and this is just devasting news for many students.

Textsheet Alternatives

Just to make life easier for students we have found some pretty good alternatives for Textsheet.

  1. Sladder
  2. Studtlib
  3. Chegg

1 Sladder

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It offers solutions and homework help, and it’s completely free.

Many students for US high school are active Slader users, accessing millions of solutions and Q&A content that span all subjects.

Sladder claims that it constantly improving the quality of content and expanding their college-level solutions product.

With our ability to age with our high school users into college, we’re stoked to watch our community continue to grow! Come join the fun; Slader is better having you around!

Sladder offer homework solutions for a large number of subjects. Here is a quick video showing all the subjects the offer.

2 Studtlib

Studlib is another one of the textbook alternatives. It does offer a large number of solved assignments and homework solutions but you might feel it is less organized compared to Slader.

Nonetheless, it is a great source to find answers to your homework.

You can also share your notes if you want to help your fellow students.

Studlib allows you to solutions for all kinds of subjects which include Math, Science, Business and Finance, History among others.

You can also add papers and other documents in your personal collection if you sign up(of course for free), Just like you add songs to your playlists on Spotify.

studylib is textsheet alternative

This way even if you don’t find the exact answer for your question or assignment you can read similar answers which can help you to do your own homework.

3 Chegg

You might already know Chegg is the reason why textsheet.com is not available anymore as they reported textsheet for copyright violation.

Chegg does offer a large number of assignment solutions and you can even ask experts to answer your question in case it’s not already solved.

Though there is only a little problem for some students that it’s not free neither very cheap.

You need to have a monthly membership. if you looking for answers for only one assignment or subject or need to use it only for a day or two you have to pay for a full month.


Chegg study membership starts from $14.95 per month. You can also use trial version of an online tutoring service for 30 minutes for free.

Chegg Study account at $14.95/month covers:

  • Step-by-step textbook solutions for more than 22,000 ISBNs.
  • Ask questions from experts and enthusiasts anytime.
  • Search millions of homework answers.


Sladder and Studlib are amazing and free textsheet alternatives. Chegg is also where you can expect to find most solutions or at least “experts” as they claim if your question is not already answered.

If you know any other free or paid textsheet alternatives which you either used in the past or know it please let us know in the comments below.

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