As an editor of the high school newspaper, the editor-in-chief of the high school literary magazine, and a college journalism major, I have clearly always been someone who doesn’t mind writing a research paper or an essay. In fact, I welcomed these assignments when I was still in school. I would pick a 10-page essay over a math test literally any day of the week. I’m a fast writer and I managed to get good grades on my papers even when I admittedly didn’t try very hard.
You can learn nearly anything and everything from the internet, the only trouble is finding reliable sources for information. Below is an infographic that has put together some of the most useful sites when it comes to learning something new. I myself learned how to design and code purely from the internet - no schooling…
.This guide to helping me study for a test because in high school I was able to get good grades without studying. This helps break it down so it is not such a cram at information at once but rather a little bit of information as I review. Plus the review of the material over and over leading up to test will help me remember better.
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