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Tutor profile: Amber C.

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Amber C.
Senior at Texas Christian University
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Subject: SAT

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Question:

What needs to be changed in the following sentence: The young girl (A)who ate the chocolate (B) struggled to (C) focusing on her exam (D) due to her high blood sugar level. (E) No change

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Answer:

(C) Focusing should be changed to focus

Subject: Psychology

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Explain the 3 parts of the personality according to Sigmund Freud.

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Answer:

Id: This part of the personality is primitive and impulsive. It is the more selfish part of the personality as it relates to food, sex, aggression, etc. It is influenced by the pleasure principle. Ego: This part of the personality balances the impulses of the id with the expectations of the real world. Superego: This is the "do-good" part of the personality. It is the part that encourages you to be accepted by society. It ties in the values and morals.

Subject: English

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What is the correct way to express the segment of the sentence that is in quotations? The teacher assigned "Ed and I" to give a presentation on Edgar Allen Poe.

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Answer:

The correct way to express this segment is by changing the words to "me and Ed"

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