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Tutor profile: Rachael L.

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Rachael L.
Veterinary Technician and Senior in College
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Subject: Writing

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What is one useful way to close a paper?

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Rachael L.
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Your thesis and clincher should repeat two to three keywords in order to provide a clear, concise end to the paper.

Subject: Study Skills

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What is a simple and effective way to help consolidate memory?

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Study, practice, teach. First, review the material you need to know. Next, practice it and test your knowledge. If it's a math problem, try practicing a few examples. If it's a definition, try quizzing yourself with flashcards. Finally, teach it back to me.

Subject: Biology

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The second key transition in animal body plans is body symmetry. What are the three types of body symmetry and can you give a short description of what each looks like?

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First is asymmetry, meaning the body lacks any definable symmetry, such as sponges. Second is radial symmetry, meaning parts of the body are positioned around like petals on a flower, such as a jellyfish. Finally, we have bilateral symmetry, meaning the left and right halves of the organism are mirror images of each other. Bilaterally symmetrical organisms include humans, dogs, cats, and all other eumetazoans.

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