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Medium 50 top narrative essay topics
September 29, 2016
50 Top Narrative Essay Topics

One of the favorite essays that are written throughout school, whether it be high school or college is the narrative essay. The narrative essay gets a writer’s creative juices flowing because it is told in a story structure, so the research for it is usually from the writer’s own lifetime and can get as wild and crazy or simplistic as they want it to be.

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Medium top research essay topics
September 23, 2016
Top Research Essay Topics

Getting ready for English classes and your research papers is the talk of the campus, especially after mid-terms. You have gotten through the first few weeks with your new professor taking about the syllabus, doing some preliminary work while setting your sights on the final paper that you are developing.

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Medium 25 reflective essay topics
September 16, 2016
25 Reflective Essay Topics

When we are young, when faced with a writing a reflective essay, we may feel that we really don’t have much to reflect on. This is when you have to sit back and think about your short life and pull memories out like teeth.

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Medium rsz the most helpful job websites for recent college graduates
By: JamesJune 29, 2016
The Most Helpful Job Websites For Recent College Graduates

The speeches are over, the congratulations have been said, and now it’s time to do something with that degree that you have worked so hard for. Statistics show that between 2008 (during the recession) and now, those with higher education gained the higher rate of employment. So get out there and find your place in the career world. It’s there you just have to be diligent finding it. If you type in “jobs” in Google, or your preferred search engine you are going to be bombarded with tons of job-sites. Start your search by being specific. If you are a writer and would like to try becoming a part of a writing service for instance, type in “freelance writer” for the best search output. The following job-sites are a good place to start on you journey to your career. Get busy putting those applications in and don’t stop until you are hired and on your way to your career path.

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Medium the list of the most followed accounts on twitter
By: JamesJune 10, 2016
The list of the most followed accounts on Twitter

Today’s savvy social media businessperson is constantly looking for the next best way to magnify their online presence and Twitter is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to do it.
Many writing services are being established on the Internet that notice this too and are helping businesses utilize Twitter to get their name and services they provide out there to you.

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Medium top 15 flash essay educative social media tools
May 12, 2016
Top 15 Flash Essay Educative Social Media Tools

Kathryn Pokalo, Professor at Community College of Philadelphia engages her online students through the Canvas Platform. Canvas reaches over 18 million higher education and K-12 students worldwide. Created by Instructure in 2011 and used today by more than 1600 colleges and school districts around the world, Canvas gives Professors and students the ability to utilize social media through chat rooms, while completing a full semester of coursework, with the interface supplying the ability to create modules for students and a grading system for educators. The easy to use graphic interface has made Canvas the go to tool for online education and employee engagement.

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Medium 10 quotes that will inspire you to study
By: JamesApril 18, 2016
10 Quotes That Will Inspire You to Study

Let’s get it out of the closet – studying is hard, time-consuming, and most of the times your least favorite thing to do. There are so many other things on your agenda that you find much more attractive. Shockingly, even cleaning up your room seems like a more interesting choice than studying.

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Medium 10 creative tips to improve your study habits
By: JamesApril 11, 2016
10 Creative Tips to Improve Your Study Habits

Students cope with multiple academic tasks, which, in many cases, make it impossible for them to direct their undivided attention towards studying efficiently. We’ve all been there – trying to find our motivation, and study so that the information sticks. It’s true that the key to efficient studying isn’t growing the amount of hours you spend with your nose stuck between books, but being smart about it! How do you do that? Simple – by implementing the next ten creative tips into your studying routine.

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Medium 7 ways to improve your college paper
By: JamesApril 06, 2016
7 Ways to Improve Your College Paper

A student’s college experience is nothing next to easy. On the contrary, it’s demanding, and, at times, it may be overwhelming. The odds are that studying occupies most of your time, and whatever time you have left, you need to spend it writing multiple academic papers.

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Medium 8 things i wish i knew as a college senior
By: JamesApril 06, 2016
8 Things I Wish I Knew As a College Senior

When students reach their college senior year, finally, they realize that school is almost over, and real life seems to start right away. Most of the times, this catches them off guard. I bet that many students know the feeling, and it’s the least favorite feeling in the world, I might add. On that account, I have come up with a comprehensive list of things I wish I knew as a college senior – if only we could turn back time, right?

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