How To Find Free Math Homework Help On The Web: A Quick Guide

Getting help with school work can be easy enough, and going through homework once you have completed it is also simple. However, getting advice whilst you are completing your math problems can be slightly trickier, even though it can be very important that you get help as you are doing the work because it makes learning much easier. Here, therefore, is a guide to the best ways to find free aid with math work online.

  1. Start by asking other students
  2. Other students are often more flexible with their time and have also very recently been in the same position as you, or are still in the same position. This can make them easier to work with than unsympathetic teachers who do not understand your struggles. Firstly, therefore, it can be best to find or even start a forum about the homework that you are attempting to complete. Ask for fellow students - from anywhere in the world - to share their experiences and offer their advice. People, especially fellow pupils, are often more than happy to lend a hand... and for nothing at all!


  3. Ask the internet
  4. There are so many different sorts of people on the web with many different skills to offer. By setting up a search in Google or other search engines, it is possible to find people who are looking to tutor students in math but who require tutoring in return - often, for example, in English - so that money does not have to exchange hands. If you feel you have enough spare time to commit to teaching someone in return for getting free help with your homework, this can be a great way to find excellent aid for no money at all!


  5. Find a freelance teacher
  6. There are a lot of freelance sites on the web, many of them with very well qualified teachers on them. If you search these and put requests on them for help with your math homework, it will certainly bring a great many offers, and for competitive prices. However, there are ways to get teachers to work for free. As mentioned above, you can bargain with them saying that, for every hour they coach you, you will coach them in something in return. If, however, this is not an option, you can offer to ‘pay’ them in reviews: plenty of freelance teachers have not yet got positive (or negative) reviews online and are looking to build their portfolio. By offering to be a reference, you may well get an hour or so of private tutorage for nothing at all!