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Tutor profile: West L.

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West L.
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Subject: Writing

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What is the best method for editing a paper?

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My first piece of advice will always be to read your paper out loud. Reading anything out loud will highlight any awkward phrasing, run-on sentences, typos, or unfinished ideas.

Subject: Philosophy

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What is the best way to write an introduction paragraph for a Philosophy paper?

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The introduction of a Philosophy paper ought to be like a road-map. Start off with your your argument or thesis statement. After stating your thesis, explain how you will prove your argument. The next few sentences should lay out how the rest of the paper will be structured. From your introduction, someone reading your paper should be able to tell how your argument will progress without being inundated with the evidence that you will provide later in your essay.

Subject: ACT

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What is a good method for better answering math questions that may seem confusing at first glance?

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There are two methods that can help you answer potentially confusing math questions: Plug in Answers (PIA) and Plug in Numbers (PIN). Depending on the type of question it can greatly speed up the time it takes to solve a problem by either plugging in the answers provided by the test or plugging in reasonable numbers into the problem and cross checking those solutions with answers.

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