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09.10.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

When you think about popularity, you often think of the cool kids with the attitudes and the exclusive cliques. But the kid who was voted prom king in high school may not be winning any popularity contests in college. That’s because college is a different world and your ability to co-exist with others will be

08.29.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Interview essays are common assignments in high school and college. It involves you asking someone questions about a specific topic (usually chosen by your professor) and then writing down the interview in either question and answer or in a narrative form. This type of an essay usually involves you interviewing someone you know about something

08.11.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Summer time is for going to the beach, lazing by the pool, barbeques and sleeping in. It’s also time for you to get prepared for next semester’s course load. Students who take the time to study over the summer and keep their brains active with different activities are more prepared to face a full course

07.27.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Whether it’s an English assignment or a requirement for a school or job application, writing an autobiography can be challenging. Picking out the high points of your whole life may feel daunting. If you’re stuck, or just looking to proceed in the most organized way, use these tips to write your story effectively. Start with

07.21.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Writing an introduction for any paper can be the most difficult part of the assignment. In fact, it’s a task that’s best saved for last. Web content writers often don’t create a home page until the rest of the site’s copy is in place. But eventually, you’ll have to write an introduction for your essay.

07.16.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Job interviews can seem like roller coasters. You’ve nailed several questions in a row … you’re climbing … and then suddenly, the interviewer says something that sends you straight downhill. Something like, “Tell me about yourself.” When you’re going 80 miles an hour and pulling Gs, it can be hard to answer quickly and capably.

07.08.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

There’s a number of definitions of freewriting out there. Since they differ only in wording, we’ll go straight to the essence. Freewriting is a technique, when you fix everything that goes through your mind on the paper (or in a document on your computer) without thinking, analyzing or editing. Basically, it’s a documentation of the

06.30.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

A summer internship abroad can be an exciting opportunity for you in so many ways. Learning a new language, navigating cultural differences and learning the ropes in a field that excites you are all reasons to grab your passport and head overseas. So why should you embark on a summer internship? Language Practice There are

06.23.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

There goes the final full stop in your piece. No matter how satisfying the moment is, you most definitely understand: it’s not the end. To bring the first draft closer to perfection you’ll have to revise and edit the piece of work ruthlessly. Although sometimes editing is a bit painful, it’s undoubtedly beneficial in the

06.16.2016
Posted by Pat Delorean

Charles Darwin, Mahatma Gandhi, Helen Keller, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Nelson Mandela. What do they have in common? They were all people who questioned a system or a way of thinking and dedicated their lives to changing it. They were independent thinkers.College is an ideal time for you to start becoming an independent thinker.