• The Best Ways to Cheat on a Test

    December 18, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    We’ve all been there. We just didn’t have time to study for that test, and the only way to get through it will be to devise some way to cheat – at least enough to get “C” and at save our course grade somewhat. We all also know the normal, standard ways of cheating – sitting behind someone who is smart and trying to get a side view of their test, writing notes on our body parts and then wearing long sleeves or, in the case of females, a short skirt, or hiding scraps of papers in pockets and up sleeves.

  • 4 Things to do in College for Fun That Won't Break The Bank

    December 11, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    It's not that there aren't enough fun activities for college students. There are plenty of those. Unfortunately, too many of those activities cost money. Bar hopping, going out dancing, attending sport events, and going to the movies are all great fun. 

  • A Course Reflection Paper Example Format – Guidelines for a Perfect Document

    December 4, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    You may have never been asked to write a course reflection essay before, but now you are faced with one. Don’t panic. Think of the plusses of such a paper – you don’t have to do any research; you don’t have to write a 10-page treatise; and it is going to follow a very similar format to all of the other essays and papers you have written for your coursework. 

  • Facts About Business Degrees and Careers

    November 23, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    If you are a college student, you have probably been told by at least one well meaning person that you should major in business. After all, you've likely been told, it's practical! 

  • Expository Essay Tips

    November 16, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    An expository essay is a paper in which you provide an explanation of a particular subject. This essay is meant to  be strictly based on facts, and will not contain opinions or emotions. An expository essay can include the writer's analysis and predictions, as long as those are based on verifiable facts. 

  • Getting to a Better You – Here’s 7 Quotes to Inspire the Journey

    November 13, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    We all want to be better. But we have a wide variety of things that we think will make us better. And our list will not be the same as our friend’s or our co-worker’s or even our significant other. Why? Because we all have different flaws and failings. You may need to try to control your anger more; your friend may need to watch his/her criticism of others; your co-worker may need to work on being less sarcastic.

  • 10 Tips to Get Ready For Your First Year of College

    November 11, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    Don't wait until the beginning of your first year to get to know your room mate. Once you know who they are, make contact through Facebook or email and make an effort to get to know them better. See if you can find common interests, or perhaps more importantly, your future room mate's pet peeves. 

  • How to Write an Analysis Essay – Being a Three-Year Old Again

    November 3, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    Understanding how to write an analysis essay is not as difficult as you may think. Think back to those toddler years when you got a new toy for birthday or Christmas. You wanted to know how it worked. So, you took it apart, studied all of its parts, and then probably could not get it back together again. 

  • Good Ideas for Research Papers – They’re Everywhere

    October 21, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    Research paper topics that you used in high school were probably just fine. Now that you are in college, however, those topics will not do. Your topics were relative simplistic compared to the expectations you now face. For example, you may have written a research paper on the causes of the Civil War. 

  • Multiple choice Test Taking Tips – Your Keys to a Better Grade

    October 14, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    There really are poor test takers. Usually, it is because they have anxiety over tests in general, but they have particular stress over being given choices for some reason. They continue to second-guess themselves throughout the test, go back, re-read questions and answers, and change their responses over and over. 

  • How to Improve Your Spelling

    October 9, 2015 - Posted by Assignment Reviews

    You’ve had this problem forever. Somehow, in your elementary schooling years, you never mastered spelling. Maybe you had poor teachers; maybe you were taught phonics when your learning style was visual sight memorization. Maybe the opposite was true. Maybe you have had, all of your life, a brain dysfunction which does not allow you to hear or see words correctly. Whatever the reason, you are now a college student or an adult, and you are ready to learn how to improve your spelling. 

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