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Comparing Group Study, Tutors, And Math Tutor DVD Learning Aides

By Brice Targil

Struggling to learn subjects like algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and physics is a situation that most of us find ourselves in at one point or another. Even the most intelligent people do not consider these subjects easy. Students engage in various techniques to make the process simpler, including studying as group, hiring a professional tutor, or purchasing learning aides like a math tutor DVD.

A lot can be gained from studying with a group if one of the members has a clear understanding of what is being reviewed. This is not always the case and when that situation arises, the group can get off track and become unproductive. Group members arrive at the classroom the next day confused and discouraged, without their homework completed. If they do not ask questions of their teacher, the situation will worsen as the weeks go by and these students will eventually face dismal grades.

Tutors are usually able to help students master the subjects, as long as they are experienced in the topics they are tutoring. They provide students with tips, techniques, and even some tricks to learning the most difficult math and science concepts. One drawback to using tutors is that they can be quite expensive, especially if they are retained for more than one subject or throughout the entire school year.

Paper and electronic learning guides are less expensive than tutors are and convey accurate information regarding each concept covered. Products are sold that cover subjects like math or science and every level within these. Some feature two ways to learn, either online or by purchasing disks mailed to the home. Students can access the information as often as required without being charged each time they log into the member section of the Web site or view the disks.

One subject that most of us have the pleasure of learning in either high school or college is calculus. Using an electronic learning aide, each topic within this subject is taught in a step by step fashion, complete with problem solving. The lessons show an individual working through each step of a calculus problem on a whiteboard.

When difficult science and math subjects are encountered in school, students need to get help as soon as possible. They can study with classmates, hire tutors, or buy learning guides like the math tutor DVD products available. As they gain an understanding of the topics and build fundamental skills, they will increase their confidence and improve their grades.

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