Creative Writing: Not That Different from Academic Writing?
Think creative writing is all that different from writing a research paper in class? You might be surprised! Read on as New Milford, NJ tutor Matthew H. explains...
Creative writing tips seem to be counterintuitive; how can someone tell someone else how to be creative? The truth is that the secret to writing any good creative literature is not really that different from what you need for a really great academic paper: strong structure.
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How to Solve Quadratic Equations Without Melting Your Brain
Algebraic equations can look pretty puzzling, especially if you don't consider yourself a math person or if it has been a long time since you worked one out for yourself. If you're struggling with quadratic equations, or need a quick review, we put this guide together to go over the basics of solving these equations and help you memorize the formulas that you need to know.
What is a Quadratic Equation?
A quadratic equation is a univariate equation with two solutions or roots. Wait, what do
3 Tricks for SAT Math Problems with Student-Produced Responses
Even if you've reviewed the SAT math tips in Merrick, NY tutor Justin L.'s previous article, the SAT math problems that require a student-produced response can cause a whole new level of anxiety. Read on to learn a few helpful tricks...
Its very rare to see something on the SAT break a students stride and morale worse than the Student-Produced Response (SPR) questions. Everything about them goes outside what youve expected on the test. They are not multiple choice, the answer
How to Analyze an Argument in an Essay | 4 Easy Steps
At some point in your academic career, you'll need to know how to analyze an argument properly. Here, tutor Andrew P. shares his guide to success...
As a college student, you'll be expected at some point to understand, restate, comment on, or discuss someones assertion (strongly stated position).
An argument is a reason(s) for a conclusion.
He is dense (reason); therefore, I wont talk with him (conclusion).
I wont talk with him (conclusion) because he is dense (reaso
10 Study Habits That Actually Make a Difference
The middle and high school years are the best time for you to form study habits that will guide you through a great academic career! Your parents and teachers might be able to encourage and push you further, but staying on top of things ultimately falls on you. If you start practicing effective study habits now, you will discover later that it was well worth the effort. Here are some tips to keep in mind:
Set up a schedule. One of the most effective study habits is to make sure you do yo