Content: Magnetism Questions List | Understand Your Limitations | Search Online Resources | Choose a Helper
Answer the following questions to help you make a list:
- Do you need help with a specific topic or magnetism material in general?
- Do you need someone to go over the course material with you or just the homework assignment?
- What questions do you have about the assignment?
- How long do you have to do the homework?
Once you answer these questions, it will be easier to search online for resources or to hire a homework helper.
There are a lot of resources and people online that can help you with your homework and study material, but you need to know your limitations first.
- Time – Hiring a teacher costs money but it takes less time to do your homework and learn the material. Researching online and reading articles and blogs or skimming through forums is free, but it takes hours and hours spent researching and reading. If you know that you don’t have much time, then don’t even start with an online search because it will get you nowhere and go hire a last-minute helper.
- Cost – If you are on a tight budget, it may be problematic for you to hire a private tutor. An alternative would be to hire someone online, which still costs money but a lot less. Or you can post in forums and try to get help from other students willing to answer your questions for free.
Once you know what you need to help you do your homework and what your limitations are, you can start searching online. If you’re searching for online resources, it may take time to find the right information but since you already have a list of questions from step #1, type those in Google and see what comes up. If that doesn’t help, try other variations or right the topic your homework is about. Sometimes, you can even find resources by writing the course name and level, for example “magnetism college year 1 help”.
If you don’t have time for all the research and need to find a teacher, it only takes a few minutes. Your search will be done on a website for tutors and private teachers. Once you are logged on, do a search based on the information you wrote down in steps one and two.
Because there are so many teachers available online, your search may show a lot of results. How do you choose? First, make sure that you are only looking at magnetism teachers and not something general like physics teachers. Try to filter the results to fit your specific needs like homework, college level, or topic that you’re studying. After that, add two more filters, one to show only those within your budget and another to show those that are available when you are. So if you can only study during weekends, you want a tutor that is available to teach during that time.
By now you should still have a nice list of relevant teachers. All you have to do is sort them so that the highest rated teachers are first. Read a little more about the top five or ten, look at their profiles, skills, reviews, and requirements and choose one that looks like a good fit. That’s all there is to it! Lessons are usually done via video on your computer so it’s just like a live tutor without the high cost.