Assignment Overload? This May Be Your Answer – – A Studypool Review
We’ve all had those times when the class assignments just seem to back up. It’s simply too many questions to address, or else something so detailed you cannot afford the time to dig out the answer. And even beyond college, there inevitably comes a time when you have too much to do to adequately prepare for a presentation or paper you’re supposed to produce.
But what if you had a handy go-to source to take the load off? A place where it seems like you just found the brainiest new friend in the world? I’m thinking that would help alleviate a ton of the stress!
While there’s been some online resources in this area for quite some time, there’s always that concern about quality, originality, and even what the qualifications are of the person on the other end of your internet connection. I mean, who wants to pay for something your little brother could have written?
We recently came across a new resource that’s well worth a look. Studypool.com offers help with assignments, papers, questions, study guides, and more. Plus, the site is super easy to use. Of course you will want to check it out yourself, but here are some key considerations we’ve looked at in advance:
Easy to sign up, all you need is your first name and an email address. The question posting interface is simple and user friendly. You type in the basic question, and then a further explanation if that is required. Your question is sent to tutors who are on demand and ready within minutes of posting a question. And, you can choose which one you want to work with.
You decide on how much to spend, and questions can be posted for as low as $1. Obviously, super difficult questions will be worth more than that to you, so you’ll want to budget accordingly. But if you’re doing basic research just need a lot of questions answered, even a big assignment can be pretty inexpensive.
3. Mastery focused
Since you’re in charge of the budget, you’re also in charge of level of expertise of the tutors to whom your question is submitted. This idea is pretty awesome, because you’re not there just to get an answer, but to learn in the process. So when you ask that tough question and it’s directed at a higher-level tutor, it’s almost like being in the classroom and asking your professor to explain something to you.
Of course, there’s no perfect website out there on the internet. While Studypool seems to be one of the best we’ve seen for study aids and tutoring, there are some subjects or topics that are not as complete as others. For example, they need more tutors on foreign languages. Your response time may be longer in that area.
Overall, we found the site to be a valuable resource. So the next time you’re feeling squeezed by deadlines, this is definitely a useful resource to consider!