Are there any great sites where I can get textbook answers for most of the high school books we use?

I am a student and I’m struggling to cope with some of the homework that my teachers give me. I fail most of my assignments and even though I’m great in class and other practical situations, my homework usually lets me down. Is there a great site I can get science homework answers, Spanish homework answers,  and geometry homework answers?

Whitney Matthews

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Kaitlin Dean on January 15, 2018

We’re in the same boat here. I have also recently started using homework help for my Geography, Physics and Math and I feel like there is significant improvement in my GPA since I started. Since you’ve mentioned answers for textbooks, I assume you’re looking for the answers to questions in textbooks. This sounds reasonable since most of the homework that professors give both in high school and college.

Slader is a great site where you can find a variety of textbooks and step-by-step solutions to questions therein. You can find answers for science homework, and techniques on how to work questions. You can also get answers for Spanish homework with answers to great books like Expresatel: Spanish 2. For Math, there are numerous books that you can get in calculus, algebra and yes, answers for your geometry homework. I’m using several difficult books in Geography and History and although they are quite tasking, I get the answers I need from them plus all the important workings. I also get access to workings from Pearson Chemistry.

Chegg is another place where in addition to answers, you can also get online tutoring and study help. You can access various solutions manuals and you also have access to a GPA calculator and tips and tricks. 

Since I haven’t gotten into college yet, I don’t know much about sites that offer study resources for college students but these two usually advertise the same services. With Chegg you can also get key concepts and topic definitions. With a good site, you can access various tutorials that will help you understand key concepts that you may not be able to if you just stick strictly to homework answers. I wasn’t able to afford my own personal tutor so these sites came in handy when I was looking for help beyond just answers. Especially, for math and other complex subjects such as Geography, an online tutor becomes real handy when you are stuck. My experience is that textbook answers without any methodology can be quite depressing seeing as you have a solution that you don’t know what route was taken to arrive at the answer.

So, when you are looking for a homework solutions site, look for one that can give you textbook answers and at the same time offer you other tutorial solutions. That way, you learn from the experience and still get your answers correct.

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