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Help Me With My Math Homework: 5 Solutions For Those Who Are In Struggle


So where can you turn for homework help?


  1. The first place you can go is your teacher. Your teacher might be able to provide you with some extra help outside of school to ensure things are understood clearly. If you are uncomfortable working with your teacher then you might be able to ask other teachers who are teaching the same subject and might be able to work with you. You can talk to a guidance counselor to talk about where to find other teachers to help you. Many times all it takes is a bit of explanation in a different way for you to understand it better.

  2. The second place you can go for help is from another student. Other students who are doing well in the class might be willing to study with you which will help you to hear the information from the perspective of another student. But bear in mind this may not give you the results that you need because some students may understand a concept that you do not and are not quite sure how to explain why.

  3. A third place you can look for extra help is through a tutor. A tutor may be able to help you during the week or on weekends. They might work with you at your home or at your school. Tutors are trained in a variety of subjects and can work with you one-on-one to ensure you master the subject. It is beneficial to work with a tutor because it gives you the chance to talk over any problems you are having at a pace that is comfortable for you. You can also move forward at a pace that works best for you without worrying about other students.

  4. If you want to work with a tutor you should ask for a referral from a friend or a teacher. If you live near a major university you can see if there are tutors there. Some schools have peer tutoring programs that will help you negate some of the costs of a tutor.


  5. You can also turn to help from your parents. If your parents have taken some of the same classes back when they were in school they might be able to lend a hand.

  6. Finally you can turn to online educational sites that may have information that can help.