Mistakes That Students Studying Online Often Commit

Posted by on May 7, 2016

Mistakes That Students Studying Online Often Commit

While online learning programs are considered easier than conventional courses, there are some basic mistakes online students make. Here’s a quick look at some of them. School verification: While we spend a lot of time choosing the right school or college when applying for traditional courses, many of us aren’t aware that online schools also have to be accredited for their credits to be taken into account. Therefore, it is important to verify the accreditation of your chosen school before applying. Miscalculating the time: A common misconception that online students get to save more time since they don’t have to commute to their study place. Yes, they save time ideally spent on commuting. But online students have to spend more time studying and understanding concepts which compensates for the time they might spend on commuting. Also, online courses require active student participation and hence self-discipline is important to complete assignments on time. Of course, we are here to cover your back if you don’t have the time to submit homework on time – just call us to ask – Can you take my online class? Understand your style: While some students need face to face interaction, some have the habit of being a little laid back. Online classes require you to be self-disciplined in finishing the work by yourself and on the deadline given; hence you need to make sure that you are aware of your limits before committing to one. Copy and paste not possible: A lot of students think that online courses are a breeze and that assignments are all about copy and paste work. Universities have a zero tolerance policy towards plagiarism. There are several software tools to prevent cheating and detect plagiarized content. Of course, you can always trust us our take my online class service to ensure proper citation and reference rules are followed. Not having the right technology: Another common mistake is not to have the necessary technology to download and read your course details and materials or the software to interact with your teachers. Keep your technology in line with that of the online school you have chosen to benefit. I’m looking for someone to take my online class – can you help! Contact...

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What Are Some Of The Best Ways To Cheat On A Test And Not Get Caught

Posted by on Apr 9, 2016

What Are Some Of The Best Ways To Cheat On A Test And Not Get Caught

‘Cheating your exams is like cheating yourself’. ‘How will you survive the guilt’? Ah, the moral high ground! Honestly speaking, it isn’t easy to sit on the moral high horse when you haven’t prepared for a test that starts in less than 24 hours. If you are in such a situation and looking for the best ways to cheat on a test, read further: Looking for tricks to remember trigonometry formulas: Pretend you have cold or flu and carry Kleenex to the class. Scribble the formulas on a tissue beforehand. Blow your nose on the tissue after the job’s done to rub the notes out. This isn’t foolproof, but surely handy to carry small bits of information. But it doesn’t help to cheat an online exam and may not really be one of the best ways to cheat on a test. Borrow old test questions: Some instructors repeat questions asked from earlier semesters. Borrow old question papers from friends and memorize the answers. And if the test is online, get a classmate to take the test before you do. Get him to copy all the questions on a Google doc and then take the test yourself. Naturally, you will have to return the favor. Again, this isn’t foolproof because some online programs disable the copy function. The Bathroom Method: Hide notes on the back of a toilet door, or better still, copy them on your iPod and hide the iPod in the bathroom. Excuse yourself for a bathroom break and use the time to refer to the notes. This is a good idea but not useful if you tests are online. The ‘Pay Someone To Take My Online Class’ Method: This is essentially what we do. Online class help services like us offer to take your test. We’ll write your exam for you, and also earn you an A or B. You aren’t just guaranteed good grades, but we also promise complete secrecy. Looking for best ways to cheat on a test? Contact...

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What the F@*k is Tenure?

Posted by on Dec 19, 2013

What the F@*k is Tenure?

Tenure. That word still sends a nasty shiver down my spine from my days dealing with the corruption of university education. The most unmotivated, moody pricks have somehow reached this “reward for good work”, and somehow your average emotional, hair-brained femi-nazis gain the “highest of professorial honors.” Most people know it as, “he can NEVER be fired” – but is that true? What does achieving tenure really entail? And why does it create this unmotivated mindset among tenured professors? What is tenure? Tenure is a position granted to a professor who has worked for 6+ years at the same university. This promotion requires only steady work: and once achieved, the college has created a monster. It takes monumental efforts to be fired once tenured. Take the Sandusky case. Once tenured, the University will do their best to cover up any mistakes you make, against the university, students, or the country itself. So be careful around tenured professors. What does this mean for me? Do not trust a tenured professor, but remember, you need to stay on their side. Their power within the university is exceptional. Ultimately, this means that classes you pay for will be cancelled, or taught by an unqualified TA. This also means that anything illegal the professor does will be VERY hard to pursue, so you need to have solid evidence before taking them on. The university will protect them, and that money has a very long reach. Next time we’ll explore how professors get tenure, and what it really...

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College Rules: Top Advice from… Anyone but Your ‘Rents

Posted by on Nov 19, 2013

College Rules: Top Advice from… Anyone but Your ‘Rents

Ahhhhh, college – Preparing to leave the nest? Sites like Kaplan, College Board and other wholesome resources are inundating you with information on how to do well when you finally get to that elusive place of freedom called “college,” where you take classes when you want, how you want, or not at all if you want! The data flooding your inbox is backed by researchers who observe college students performance like entomologists watch ant farms. The cold, stony, heavily-gloved-and-censored details are geared to one group only: your panicked parents. There’s little pertinent data that these college advisors or “informative resources” divulge on the “college experience” that is actually mean to benefit YOU. This week, Ask Men assembled a college slideshow to benefit you, the person experiencing college for the first time. From great tips on being prepared for “sleepovers” (you know what that means), to not telling your parents what your grades are (you should know better!), this list was definitely meant to help out the actual, in-hungover-your-head college student. Read the other 6 tips in the article...

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Dominating Finals: It’s Not All About Studying

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013

Dominating Finals: It’s Not All About Studying

It’s November – Thanksgiving holidays and subsequent cramming are just a few weeks away. We’ve been hunting for the best ways to get the most out of your diminishing time… So we turned to those who fight their way through one of the most rigorous programs offered in American education: law students. Need real formulas for working smarter and playing harder? Here is the best way to prep for finals, take your finals, and get ahead of your class in the little ways that speak volumes. The best part? Your professor would NEVER recommend these. That’s how you know they’re good. Our top 3 favs: 1. DO outline – at least a little bit. That way, when you have some days but are missing others, “you won’t come off as a complete mooch when you ask someone to ‘compare’ outlines.” DON’T post facebook requests for someone else’s outline. That makes you look like a loser and charity case. 2. DO go to classes leading up to exams. These are the ones professors pay close attention to, and get little thrills putting on exams. DON’T worry about the professor calling on you. Yeah, you may not have the answer, but it’s November. Look like an idiot in front the half of the class that showed up, and most are too busy hallucinating on Redbull hangovers, looking like an whiz is more likely to land you a top rank on your friend’s hit list than your professor’s s/hit list. 3. DO go out for some drinks – ESPECIALLY on Thursday or Friday. You need to relax, so scoring and getting your drink on are top tools for keeping you on task to power through the volley of test-taking you’re about to take DON’T “Go out for a few drinks” – taking time off from studying to “reward” yourself or “study at the bar” is an impossible joke of multi-tasking that leads to rejection from your peers who are ACTUALLY trying to have a drink, and most likely party fever that lands you in hangover hell on Sunday. The porcelain gods will not bless you on finals day, friend. Those are just a few of the great tips we learned from D-Man on Post Grad Problems. Read the rest here, they’re worth their weight in Vyvanse. ...

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