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8 Goof-Proof Ways to Beat Writer's Block

8 Goof-Proof Ways to Beat Writer's Block

Ahhhh, writer’s block… That lovely occurrence when your train of thought derails, leaving you unable to form a cohesive thought, let alone a cohesive sentence. The belief that every syllable you manage to dredge forth and peck into your laptop is utter garbage. The fear that your brain may start oozing out of your ear from the strain of trying to latch onto a single, legitimate concept. So what should you do when you just get stuck? Do you know how to improve your writing skills? Find inspiratio … Read More

8 Goof-Proof Ways to Beat Writer's Block
Ahhhh, writer’s block… That lovely occurrence when your train of thought derails, leaving you unable to form a cohesive thought, let alone a cohesive sentence. The belief that every syllable you manage to dredge forth and peck into your laptop is utter garbage. The fear that your brain may start oozing out of your ear from the strain of trying to latch onto a single, legitimate concept. So what should you do when you just get stuck? Do you know how to improve your writing skills? Find inspiratio
How to Avoid (and Check for) Plagiarism
With so many resources available today, the temptation to plagiarize can be strong for students. So how can you check your work to make sure you're not walking the line? Here are some tips from Fallbrook, CA tutor Sarah B.:   Copying and using the writing of others as one’s own – called plagiarism – used to be difficult, before modern computers. Today, digital text makes it easy. Copy and paste. Bingo. Perfect writing. Why not plagiarize instead of crafting original prose? Beca
Learning By Seeing: Ways to Study as a Visual Learner
Do you learn best by seeing? Learn about the most effective visual learning strategies in this article by San Diego tutor Natalie S... We all know that people learn in various ways and use different processes to be successful. We've gone over how to study as an auditory learner and as a kinesthetic learner, for example. Now, we're going to offer some ideas for visual learning strategies. Check out our tips below to help you study in the most effective and efficient ways for you. 1) Stay or
Speed Reading – Can it Really Be Done?
Want to learn how to read faster? Tempted by all the promises of speed reading programs and classes? Find out if there's truth behind the strategies in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI teacher Elaina R...   Imagine a library full of frantic-looking students, their eyes darting back and forth as they flip through textbooks. These students are attempting the controversial art of speed reading. Unfortunately, many of these students will probably find that they remember very little of
5 of the Best GRE Prep Books to Help You Ace the Test
Applying for grad school? Here are five of the best GRE prep books to check out, as recommended by online tutor Marcus S...   As someone headed to grad school, you've likely been focusing on your major for the last couple of years or working in the real world for even longer. In either case, you probably need to freshen up your skills in one or more areas covered on the GRE. Finding a quality tutor is the best way to prepare for the test, but you should also spend time studying on y

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