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5 Ways to Cheat Plagiarism Software

5 Ways to Cheat Plagiarism Software

In the era of Google and open source libraries that contain billions of digital books, writing on your own seems “reinventing the bicycle”. The Internet has made it easy to think everything has been covered already.

Every plagiarist wants to know how to beat a plagiarism checker, even for the sake of interest. Let’s find out if it is worthwhile to try the old and the new ways of cheating and see how modern software will treat them.

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Steps to Take if You Are Failing a Class in College

Steps to Take if You Are Failing a Class in College

You are in the middle of the semester and suddenly realize that you are about to fail a class. Don’t be frustrated – there are still some steps you can take to turn things around before you fall further behind. College can be tough. But studying and focusing on the classes should be your number-one priority, and it’s important to always keep your eye on the prize – that is, on graduation. Figuring out what to do next and preventing it from happening again is critical.

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The Importance of Being a Lifelong Learner

The Importance of Being a Lifelong Learner

Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place.  If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

The world as we know it is changing every day, and it is all because of emerging technologies and innovations. It can be hard to keep up with all the changes. Lifelong learning is what is actually required for success in today’s information age.

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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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