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Tutor profile: Joseph H.

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Joseph H.
Intern at KAPCQ (Korean American Presbyterian Church of Queens)
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Subject: Writing

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If you want to write a research paper for a psychology or science class, which citation format do you usually use?

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Joseph H.
Answer:

For a psychology or science research paper, students and teachers tend to use APA or Chicago Turabian styles.

Subject: Religious Studies

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Which heresy was the Nicene creed trying to combat? Why?

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The Nicene creed was trying and attempting to combat Arianism. Arianism was officially declared a heretical movement by the council in 325. Arianism denied the deity of Jesus, and claimed that Jesus was only a human being adopted by God.

Subject: College Admissions

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What is the difference between early decision, early action and regular decision for colleges?

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Joseph H.
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Early decision allows students to apply to a specific school early. However, the condition is that once you get accepted, you are binded to going to that specific school. Early action allows you to apply early to a college, and if you do get accepted, you do not need to accept the decision. Regular decision is also not binding, and is a regular deadline for a school.

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