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How to Use Wikipedia Effectively for Your Term Papers

How to Use Wikipedia Effectively for Your Term Papers

As a student you are interested in doing your homework fast and effectively. Mission impossible, right? However, there is a way out for you. The Internet provides thousands of useful resources which, of course, you can take advantage of, but proceed with caution. Some of these websites may turn out to be unreliable. You should learn how to use and quote online sources properly.

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11 Time Management Tips for Students

11 Time Management Tips for Students

You’ve already finished high school. You’ve left home and become a college or university student. The world seems to be yours and you are the best person to shape your destiny. Whoa. Not that fast. Although your educators say “Carpe diem” (meaning to grasp the chance you’ve got now), they expect heaps of things from you. How can you “carpe diem” when you have so much to learn? It’s a question each student cares about.

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Self-Plagiarism: Can You Plagiarize Your Own Work?

Self-Plagiarism: Can You Plagiarize Your Own Work?

If you’re a student, then you probably understand the iterative nature of your education. In college, courses within a major naturally progress from basics to more advanced topics, which is why there’s usually a sequence to what courses you take, as well as prerequisite courses that must be completed before the more advanced courses. The knowledge you gain in the earlier courses serves as a platform from which you launch into more advanced studies.

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