Homework is obviously one of the most frustrating things spoiling your school/college/university life. Everything seems perfect, except this. The H-word haunts you day and night, and it makes you suffer and procrastinate.
I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning,
and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again.
Proofreading is not a piece of cake. However, you need to do it, as it’s an inseparable part of writing. There are lots of things you hate doing, and proofreading is probably one of them.
The number of details writers need to keep in mind in order to produce great writing can feel a bit overwhelming at times. That’s why I wanted to put together a solid list of some of the most common mistakes writers tend to make. Think of this list as a handy little reference you can refer to whenever you want to make sure you don’t make these common mistakes.
Have you ever believed in the power of words? A great chance to prove that it works is to write a cover letter. A cover letter is a perfect opportunity to tell your story as a bonus to your resume without duplicating information. In a cover letter you provide the reasons why you are interested in a certain position and describe your professional skills and achievements.
What is a common procedure of a plagiarism case in the academic world? Plagiarism is a violation of the Academic Honor Code (The Honor Code is a set of rules established for the academic community, it differs in various universities).
I’m not going to try to define young here (I know I don’t qualify – I’m 46), so let’s just say you’re not yet an adult and you’re an aspiring writer. If that’s the case, then you face a unique set of challenges. Don’t worry, you can overcome each and every one of them!
Everyone makes mistakes. It’s not a secret, of course, but now you are a student and there is plenty to learn Actually, this is how studying works: you try and draw conclusions from your faults.