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Tutor profile: Marina R.

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Marina R.
Undergraduate Psychology/Human Development Student and Research Assistant
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Subject: Writing

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How can I get my paper to reach the word count? I feel like I don't have anything else to say.

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Marina R.
Answer:

The easiest way to increase a paper's word count is to substitute certain words and phrases for more complex language. For example, instead of writing, "because", write "due to the fact that." Transition sentences between paragraphs also help the flow of the paper while giving it extra words. Although re-reading your work seems daunting, you may find that the more you go over your writing, the more ideas you may get that you missed before.

Subject: Psychology

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How can I remember the difference between certain psychological topics?

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Marina R.
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One of my favorite ways to study psychology is drawing diagrams, which can look like anything depending on the topic. Mind maps, T-charts, and drawings of your own interpretations of concepts are some of the diagrams I find most helpful.

Subject: College Admissions

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What can I do to make my college application stand out among others?

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Marina R.
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By the time you are applying to college, there isn't much you can do about your grades or GPA, which is not necessarily a problem because college admissions staff looks at all aspects of the application. Make sure to include every extracurricular activity, volunteer work, job, and everything else you do besides go to class and do homework. For the application itself, your essay is what will really make you stand out. You don't need to have a super important life event to write about; take any topic you would enjoy writing about and show the readers how it is unique to you. In the essay, the staff is looking at who you are, not your grades in numbers.

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