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Tutor profile: Jacob F.

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Jacob F.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

1. T/F Try to avoid redundancy 2. T/F It is important to spread your work out to raise the word count and amount of pages.

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Answer:

1. True - it's essentially saying the same thing twice - unnecessary 2. False - get to the point - don't make it confusing for the reader

Subject: Study Skills

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What is a good way to spread out studying and something you enjoy?

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Jacob F.
Answer:

To go through physical activity for 15-30 minutes, eat, then study for approximately one hour, then do something you enjoy for approximately an hour (i.e. video games), then study again. This helps me when I have an important test the next day. It's important to not "kill yourself" by sitting down for five hours reading the same thing over again. Physical activity will release cells that help the blood in the head going.

Subject: English

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In the book Inferno, what did Dante Alighieri mean when he said, "O Muses, o high genius, help me now; o memory that set down what I saw, here shall your excellence reveal itself?" (7-9).

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Answer:

An ancient pursuit of the Gods or a higher power in poetic fashion. He wants to be connected to the omniscient.

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