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Allison L.
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Microsoft Excel
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Question:

How do I freeze the top row in Microsoft Excel 2013?

Allison L.
Answer:

Click the "View" tab from the toolbar located at the top of your screen. Then, find the "Freeze Panes" button near the center of the pane. Select the drop down menu from there and click "Freeze Top Row".

LSAT
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Question:

What is the best way to prepare for the Analytical Reasoning portion of the LSAT?

Allison L.
Answer:

My suggestion is to practice, practice, practice. There are many resources available both online and in print to help you. Buy copies of previous versions of the test and practice is a simulated environment several ties before your actual test.

Literature
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Question:

Discuss the epistolary format of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Why do you think Chbosky chose to use letters as his narrative structure?

Allison L.
Answer:

In The Perks of Being a Wallflower, it is formatted as a collection of letters from the main character to the readers. This format allows the reader to feel a personal connection to the protagonist, Charlie. Because the letters are addressed to the reader, we are allowed to be closer to Charlie than in an ordinary novel. The readers therefore feel a stronger bond and can experience the emotions in the book on a personal level rather than just taking them at face value.

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