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The most versatile websites for homework help

18 October 2012 212 views No Comment

Khan AcademyMost students have problems in doing their homework by themselves. Don’t worry, as there are terrific and worthy websites to assist you in that department. Homework has been always frustrating and stressful for children. So is the case with their parents.  Parents also become helpless with every advanced grade. Their home assignments become as miserable as a Stephen King novel. It becomes complicated and difficult to go through. So, resort to the internet for finding some viable and suitable resources for filling the gaps, you lack in.

The Tutor.com website

This website has round the clock tutoring in sixteen subjects from the seventh class to twelfth class. It also has a white board and it allows you to share notes and work in step by step process. The sessions are recorded, so that you can refresh your memory afterwards.

It is a costly website as the website has affiliation with 2,300 libraries from all around USA.  The tutoring is free for students in precinct. For parents in military, the online tutoring is free.

The Cosmeo

It is an online internet source with links to Discovery channel. It is Discovery channel’s own multimedia tool and used currently in at least 30 million classrooms. For some monthly fee, students can view 40,000 math problems and 30,000 educational videos. There are reference materials and games to assist in learning. Test what you have learned and apply.

The Chegg homework help

It was formerly known as Cramster, but the tradition carries on helping children all over the world. The Chegg homework help is a subscription based website, which targets the high school and college graduate students. It has a database of three million questions and answers. There are millions of textbook solutions. There is a library of answered questions and ask for any problem. You will receive an answer from the website in a few hours.

Yahoo!

If you are a member at Yahoo.com, then you can post a question in yahoo answers and there will be an expert sitting there to solve the question for you. I passed my math courses like that.

The fact monster

The fact monster is a free internet resource, which offers loads of tools for help in homework. It has dictionary, atlas, almanac, timelines and encyclopedia. It also has conversion tools and math formulas. The material is given in numerous ways. Games and quizzes are part of the learning procedure. The students can become virtual geniuses.

The khan Academy

The khan academy is another internet resource, which is a veritable mine of information for learners from all around the globe. The website works by providing you three thousand videos, covering so many diverse topics from kindergarten to twelfth grade. It generates random math problems and tests, what you have learned. The website is so free and study it everywhere. It is available in the Apple applications store.

So, rise to the occasion and be the next math wiz kid in your class.

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