your homework done

quick and breezy solutions

How To Find Answers To Your Homework: Tips For Dummies


Homework is a given with any education system. It is an important tool meant to supplement teaching in the classroom; however, when you do not understand the topic it can be difficult and near impossible to start, never mind finishing the assignment. Below, we have compiled a list of tips on how to find answers to your homework questions.


  1. The first and most basic advice we can offer: look online! The internet is a great resource and has answers to virtually any question you may have. There are websites created to reteach anything you may have learned in class from physics, to math, to drawing. If you are having trouble getting started, try reviewing the lesson before you attempt your homework problems.

  2. Along with websites, check out some of the thousands of videos out there on your topic. Especially when it comes to computer science or physical science work, watching a video of someone solving a problem is helpful for people who learn visually and/or kinesthetically.

  3. Ask your classmates for help. Your classmates are your classroom companions, but should also be used as a resource. More times than not, you will be able to find some that would like to have a study session where you can work together to complete assignments. Some people may have different knowledge of the topic, or understood certain sections better. By working together, you combine your brain power to come up with solutions to your homework questions.

  4. Go to the library and pick up a book on the subject. Published resources can be more credible than internet ones, and might offer simpler solutions to answering questions on certain topics. For some textbooks, you might be able to find a supplemental paper copy of the answers to work problems.

  5. Ask your teacher for help. Teachers are there to help you grow intellectually so reach out to them when you do not understand something. The teachers KNOW the answers, so if you are unsure about whether you are completing the assignment correctly, double-check with them before you get too far in it.

  6. Attend a tutoring session. Most educational institutions and libraries will have weekly or bi-weekly tutoring sessions available on topics like math and physics. Some will also have writing labs with grammar experts to help you get through essays and word problems.

  7. Look in the back of your book. This tip is not as widely known as it should be, but most textbooks offer answers to their work problems after the index. This can be especially helpful for math assignments that involve long and complex equations.
 

©2007-2018 All Rights Reserved  •  keep a handle on your homework assignments

#