New Tool in Development for International Students

In Tools on July 30, 2009 at 10:00 am

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I’m working on a new tool for international students — a guide about how to get an A on an academic paper, designed specifically for international students at the college or university level. I’ll be including information on how to write well, along with ideas on how to understand what your teacher is looking for in each paper.

I’d love to include ideas on what you’d like to learn, though. If there are specific things you’d like me to include in the guide, could you let me know in the comments section of this post? Here are some questions to get you going:

  • What is your biggest struggle, when it comes to academic writing?
  • What is your biggest fear, when working on a paper for a new teacher?
  • What is your writing process usually like?
  • What do you want advice on most, when it comes to writing in English?

Thank you in advance for your help. It means the world to me!

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College Rankings have been released for this year, and the ULS Blog has reported on the findings. Take a look to see if your school is among the best-ranked in the United States…

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