Students, I need your help

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pimehexon
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Students, I need your help

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I see there hasn't been a thread in this section long ago, so let me break the silence. I'm currently studying in college and I like everything in it besides the need to write papers. My writing skills are on average level, but editing is a hard challenge for me. I'm sure there are people with the same problem, so please, share some tips with me. How do you tackle this task? I would be vey grateful for it.
Greg_Talyor
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Re: Students, I need your help

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Well done. Your post (and my reply) is decidedly a “Non-ZoneMinder Chat”.
pimehexon
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Re: Students, I need your help

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UPD:Well, since there are no relevant answers, I consider it necessary to update a discussion. I found a good solution for my problem and I want to share it here. I relied on people’s help, but I kept trying to carry out my own research that turned out to be very productive. Perhaps, someone will consider this information useful and will need it. The first source that helped me was Stanford blog https://hai.stanford.edu/news/blog — I got some time-managing tips and recommendations that helped me to spend less time on homework. I also found the article on creating a resume for college student. Event though that guide is a little irrelevant to my needs, it let me understand the basic principles of academic writing and craft an outline for my project. https://stanforddaily.com/ newspaper turned out to be a great source of general information for my project. If someone still has any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.
KeltonOliver
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Re: Students, I need your help

Post by KeltonOliver »

College is an exciting and life-changing experience. However, adjusting to college life can be very challenging - and figuring out the right study regimen is no exception. There is no magic formula or recipe for how to study effectively because every student is different! The key is to try different learning methods, including different environments, to see what works best for you. I completed a http://www.nwcollege.edu and found a well-paid job in a beauty salon.
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