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Tutor profile: Sehar J.

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Sehar J.
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Subject: LSAT

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How do I start studying for the LSAT?

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Sehar J.
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Studying for the LSAT is a daunting task, and in the beginning it can definitely be confusing and overwhelming. The two most important things to start with are making a study schedule and understanding the mechanics of the test, not just the content. It's true, "thinking like a test maker" and not just a test taker can significantly improve your score!

Subject: Writing

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How do I know what citation style to use, and how do I cite correctly?

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If your teacher or professor does not specify their preferred citation style, you can determine what citation style to use through the genre you are writing in (i.e. science papers commonly use APA). There are a lot of rules when it comes to citing correctly that may make it seem complicated at first, but once you understand the mechanics of in-text citations it's not too difficult to pick up with practice!

Subject: English

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How do I write a thesis statement?

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Sehar J.
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For your typical argumentative essay, your thesis statement is where you're going to be clear on the position that you are taking and why. State your point and touch on what you will discuss in the rest of your paper.

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