Where To Search For Good Answers To My Social Studies Homework

Okay, so you have been tasked with doing your social studies homework and are maybe in a hurry, or are simply at a loss as to where to find the answers that you need. Don’t worry, we have all been in that situation. I don’t think that there is a student alive that hasn’t struggled at some point. The thing is, not only do you need the answers; you need to make sure that they are good answers because you want a decent grade. I have put together a brief checklist to help you find the answers that you need.

The library

Yes, shock horror it may indeed be old school, but if it isn’t already then the library needs to rapidly become your best friend. You need to get to know that place inside out because it will contain the answer to just about any academic question that you could ever pose. Assuming, of course that the library is a relatively decent size. Rather than being boring, you should think of you library as the place where you go to play hide and seek.

Text and reference books

Yes, it means spending a little time going through them but even the oldest textbooks contain useful information that may still be relevant. I am a textbook hoarder. I am always picking random ones up at flea markets as you never know when you will be in in need of one.

The internet

In this day and age, homework just wouldn’t be the same without accessing the worldwide web. The major benefit of this is that you can choose to study anytime of the day or night. There are loads of reputable homework helpers online, as well as some that are not. Searching online can be the answer to your prayers or the beginning of your worst nightmare. Try and stay with trusted sites.

Online forums

Forums differ from regular sites in the sense that they are a lot more interactive. Try searching for forums that are geared specifically to students. You never know, in addition to getting the answers that you need you might also end up making some new friends. Be sure to offer reciprocal help if you can.

Friends and Family

You would be amazed at how much general, or indeed specialist knowledge that your friends and family possess. You may know people who have studied a similar course. Your mom might be a social studies nerd; you will never know until you ask.