Thousands of Las Vegas students turn to BrainFuse for help with homework they didn’t understand. Are you one of them? If not should you be?
They received homework help with writing papers, in all levels of Math, Science, Social Studies and Reading and even practiced for their SAT/ACT and local standardized tests. Here’s what students that used BrainFuse in March had to say about the help they received:
My tutor Ashly (?) kept me going tonight. I really didn’t want to do my work and she encouraged me and I think I understand better. To be seen tomorrow
Don’t know yet about whether its making my grades better but it definitely makes me confident.
thank you for the service i was having a problem with my dughter home work and i want today the library they give me this websit very help full.
Thanks thanks and thanks
It would be cool if we had robots that helped with homework btu this is a good step in between
helps me with the subjects that i struggle in
Love this website! SO helpful!
The tests have been good. Can you make more for the SAT? I need as much practice as I can get.
Homework is not as stressful anymore because of these tutors. Pay them a lot please
Yes i loved my touter he/she were so great and io hope they can help me again
Thanks a lot.
Long session but I think it was worth it
Great tutor ^-^
CrisD was a lot of help for my world history forum. I would highly recommend him to anyone who needs help in world history.
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In a recent post by OverDrive they talk about a recent eBook study done in Australia. The study engaged Australian students with eBooks conducted by the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities and OverDrive reseller Softlink.
Here are the key findings:
41% of student respondents indicated they were reading more than usual by the end of the project
47% of teacher respondents indicated students were enjoying reading more, with 21% believing reading skills were improved
100% of parents/carers expressed desire for ongoing access to eBooks
Teachers and teacher librarians saw the greatest benefit was in reading comprehension
Students believed using eBooks improved their writing and creativity, and reading independently
The benefits of using eBooks are more far reaching than developing confidence using technology
The most common devices used for accessing eBooks were school computers, iPads, iPods and home computers.
The opportunity to access a range of eBooks enriched the collection of resources available to students and teachers.
Reading and writing enjoyment and skills development was evidenced by quality student work samples and feedback resulting from the planned learning activities.
Last month 1,217 students used our homework help site BrainFuse 7,482 times to get their homework done. What were the top 10 subjects they ask for help in?
What did they have to say about the homework help they received?
If you have not yet tried homework help, why not give it a try today? Remember BrainFuse Homework Help is not just for K-12 students. College and adults can use it as well. We also have an Adult Learning Center where adults can practice for their GED, Citizenship tests, get job hunting and resume writing help and writing help for letters, stories or cover letters for their job searches they are writing.