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obstacles to successful completion of your degree program, strategies you will use to overcome these obstacles, or any other subject related to your educational pursuits.How will I fix my college
work when my kids are at school and i am alone?
Your kids should be there to help you, in my opinion. If you present how you feel to them, you may be surprised with what they have to offer in terms of advice. Just don't give up, if it's really worth it to you.
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discuss whether the strategy will or will not be helpful to you in your college courses? It will not help me because I do not understand
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Weegy: SQ3R is a useful technique for fully absorbing written information. It helps you to create a good mental framework of a subject, into which you can fit facts correctly. It helps you to set study goals. [ [ [ It also prompts you to use the review techniques that will help to fix information in your mind. By using SQ3R to actively read a document, you can get the maximum benefit from your reading time. The acronym SQ3R stands for the five sequential techniques you should use to read a book: Survey: Survey the document: scan the contents, introduction, chapter introductions and chapter summaries to pick up a shallow overview of the text. Form an opinion of whether it will be of any help. If it does not give you the information you want, discard it. Question: Make a note of any questions on the subject that come to mind, or particularly interest you following your survey. Perhaps scan the document again to see if any stand out. These questions can be considered almost as study goals ? understanding the answers can help you to structure the information in your own mind. Read: Now read the document. Read through useful sections in detail, taking care to understand all the points that are relevant. In the case of some texts this reading may be very slow. This will particularly be the case if there is a lot of dense and complicated information. While you are reading, it can help to take notes in Concept Map format. Recall: Once you have read appropriate sections of the document, run through it in your mind several times. Isolate the core facts or the essential processes behind the subject, and then see how other information fits around them. Review: Once you have run through the exercise of recalling the information, you can move on to the stage of reviewing it. This review can be by rereading the document, by expanding your notes, or by discussing the material with colleagues. A particularly effective method of ... (More)
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Another thing I hate about it is that you don't get to choose what to write about, and that so far everything I write has been about me, can I please write about someone, or something else?
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whoa! Just short paragraph instead of long
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