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Tutor profile: Joanna P.

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Joanna P.
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Subject: Writing

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What should an introduction and a conclusion in an expository essay both have?

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Joanna P.
Answer:

The introductory and concluding paragraphs in an expository essay should both have the main point(s) you supported throughout the essay.

Subject: Study Skills

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Is it better to study several hours the day before an exam or for an hour every day the week before the exam?

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We learn best by practicing for shorter and more frequent periods. It is better to study for an exam an hour a day for a week than for several hours the day before.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is the difference between a primary and secondary source?

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A primary source is the original document. For example, if you are writing a paper on the French revolution, then letters and thoughts published from folks who participated in the French revolution is a primary source. A secondary source is a source that cites primary sources to back its claims, it may also cite some other secondary sources. Your paper would be a secondary source -- you will cite primary and other secondary sources to make your points about the French revolution.

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