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Tutor profile: Bri P.

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Bri P.
Executive Professional at NY Attorney Generals Office
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

You have just attended an interview for a potential place of employment. Write a thank you letter to the employer.

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Bri P.
Answer:

Dear xxx, Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today. It was a pleasure speaking with you, and I enjoyed hearing about the opportunity available at xxx. Your insight on the environment in xxx, particularly its fast-paced, multi-tasking nature, has intrigued me even further. I am confident that my skills and experience will allow me to succeed in this role, given the opportunity. I look forward to hearing next steps and please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any additional questions. Thank you again for your time and consideration. Best regards, xxx

Subject: College Admissions

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Why should you be selected as a recipient of the _______ Scholars Scholarship?

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Answer:

I believe I should be selected as a recipient of the _________Scholars Scholarship because I am one of the many students who desires to obtain a higher education but cannot afford to. I have seen all of my family members fail to complete college because the expenses and I plan to be the first to alter that cycle. After doing extensive research throughout my high school career, I have been set on going to _____ College because of its wide variety of courses and unique _____ program. Receiving this scholarship would help me excel during college and fuel my drive to be successful.

Subject: Criminal Justice

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Question:

Explain two aspects of the Prison Litigation Reform Act and how it restricts the rights of inmates?

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Answer:

The Prison Litigation Reform Act is a piece of legislation that is made to restrict prisoners from courts, legal professionals and the material necessary for legal procedures. One aspect of this reform act was to essentially ban or make it extremely harder for inmates to participate in court filings. Before a prisoner can even file anything, they must use all of their remedies, once a prisoner has tried all of the remedies, he or she must then go through even more hurdles, just to file a suit. If a prisoner is injured and hoping to file a suit about that, they have to have physical injuries, if they are able to show physical injuries they must then pay a fine to file. The fine alone is steep for inmates who are making little to no income and injuries are not always visible. The list continues to go on, clearly restricting the rights of inmates who once were able to file a civil rights suit whenever it was necessary. Another aspect that restricts the rights of inmates is the three strikes provision. This provision states that if an inmate has three lawsuits deemed as “frivolous” or “malicious”, they are banned from ever filing another case. Even if their new case going forward is completely plausible and necessary. Most inmates lack the proper legal knowledge, making it easier for their cases to be frivolous as they don’t know how to write a nicely constructed case. Three of these “frivolous” dismissals and they are permanently banned from making one again. This is clearly restricting inmates from their right to participate in court altogether.

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