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Getting Proofread Homework Solutions Online: Vital Suggestions


Plenty of people learn best by trying examples - often given in homework exercises, for instance - and then checking their answers. However, a lot of teachers do not give the solutions with the rest of the exercises because they think that students will simply cheat. For those pupils who need the correct, proofread answers to their homework problems, there are a few sure-fire ways to access them online.

  • The PDF
  • Often, the book or books that your teacher is working from will have an answer key, or ‘teacher’s edition’. Very often, this can be found easily online with a simple search. There are just a few suggestions to bear in mind:

    1. Be specific in your search. Hopefully, you will know what book you are working from and, therefore, can type its title into a search engine and find exactly what you are looking for.
    2. Remember to use the keyword ‘PDF’ in your search.
    3. By accessing answers given in the PDF of the teacher’s edition, you know that the answers are correct and have definitely been proofread. This is the best way to get answers to your homework problems from the web.

  • Forums
  • There are plenty of people all over the world who are having similar difficulties tackling the same problems as you. There are even more who have gone through it all already and have come out the other end. Often, there are whole forums dedicated to the discussion of problems and exercises for all sorts of different subject areas and at every level (high school, graduate etc.). It is very easy to find threads - or even create new ones - enquiring about the same problems that you are having. There are almost always students here with the answers to the homework that have been proofread, usually by the teacher when the problems have been marked. This is a quick and easy way to get solutions to your exercises, but it is not always a guaranteed one.

  • Hire help
  • This is probably the less desirable option, since it usually requires payment. However, there are plenty of sites on the internet where people offer their services tutoring, marking or otherwise helping with school issues outside of school. There are some people who are happy to go through homework at the same time and explain things as they go, but there are also people who are happy to do the work and then give you their proofread answers.

 
 

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