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Natasha B.
Graduate Teaching Assistant turned Full-time Lead Educator and Curricula Developer
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Public Health
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Question:

My professor asked me to write a literature review on obesity in children. Where do I even start?

Natasha B.
Answer:

First, I think a quick Google search for obesity in children is a great place to start. Yes it is overwhelming, and you may not find peer-reviewed sources, but you will be able to get a general idea of what the issue is and what is being done to solve it. This can help frame your research and your paper even better.

Professional Development
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Question:

What is the best way to write a cover letter?

Natasha B.
Answer:

A cover letter should be concise and to the point. Many people find it difficult to brag about their accomplishments, but use this one page letter to really let potential employers know what you are capable of. And remember to change it up a little bit in order to fit the environment and culture of the different organizations you are applying to!

Study Skills
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Question:

If you had an open notebook test, what would be the best way to study?

Natasha B.
Answer:

Usually this depends on the person, but taking notes about certain key facts and where in your own notes or textbooks you can find this information is key. You will be able to quickly find the sources and be able to answer the question without looking through lots of material.

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