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Now mathematics as a subject in both high school and college is not a single stream issue. There are many branches or areas of maths you can study and many students find they are good at some aspects and not so good elsewhere. Is that you? Well if so then you need to figure out - if you don’t know already - where your weak spots are located in maths. Be able to answer this question. Which area or areas of your maths homework are causing you problems?
There are many sources of homework help especially online. Free sources are not all that plentiful but here are five possibilities.
Your maths teacher should be your first port of call. Obviously he or she doesn’t have the time to provide you with detailed private tuition but [a] they will know your weakness and [b] they will know possible helpful and free resources.
With regard to fellow students, a little swapping of favours could clinch the deal. You help them with a subject you are good at and they do the same for you in maths.
Family members might be able to help. Of course they need to have a grasp of the topic with which you are struggling. Be wary that helpful family members are not up with new trends in the teaching of mathematics. Of course a Maths expert in-house would be the perfect solution.
Your school library should have texts on maths and maybe even exam papers set by your school or college. This is a free resource and not taking advantage of this expertise is silly.
Definitely the largest free resource is the Net. There are literally thousands of web sites dealing with tuition, exams and maths advice in general and specific terms. You need to know what you need to know. Most of the web sites charge a fee but there are plenty which do not. Make sure your search engine is well tuned to narrow down your search. It could be a forum type situation where you join in and wait your turn. Many other maths homework issues will be raised and these can be helpful.
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