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Tutor profile: Wendy Y.

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Wendy Y.
Ph.D. Behavioral Research Scientist / Experienced Tutor and Teacher
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Subject: Writing

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Which of the following statements are correct? (This item is intended to test correct use of grammar.) A) These improvements, however, are somewhat in advance of the story. B) However, these improvements are somewhat in advance of the story. C) Nevertheless, these improvements are somewhat in advance of the story. D) Both A and B E) Both B and C F) Both A and C G) All of the above H) None of the above

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Answer:

B is the incorrect statement. F is the correct answer. It is improper to begin a sentence with the word "however." The appropriate replacement is "nevertheless" in this instance.

Subject: Psychology

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Describe one of the commonly held myths regarding the brain. (Physiology of Behavior)

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It is commonly believed that we only use 10% of our brains. Many people assert that with advances in technology we may be able to increase this percentage and advance our cognitive capacities. This is simply incorrect. Even when we are sleeping, our brains are constantly working. There is not a dormant 90% waiting to be activated. Neurons from various areas are always firing.

Subject: English

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What is one of your favorite films? Please describe in a few sentences why it is memorable to you. Remember to be specific yet concise. The answer does not need to be longer than a short paragraph.

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One of my favorite films is “Fight Club.” I vividly recall watching it with friends and enjoyed the humorous social commentary. In addition, the screenplay is based off of a book from Chuck Palahniuk, and I collect his books.

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