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Christine Liu

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In your Language Analysis (or Analysing Argument) SAC, you will be required to analyse how language is used to persuade in three or more texts. While this may seem a bit daunting at first, it really isn’t much harder than a single text analysis once you know how to approach it. Of course, there are multiple ways to tackle this task, but here is just one possible method!

Introduction:

Begin with a sentence that briefly describes the incident that sparked the debate or the nature/context of the debate. Remember to use the background information already provided for you on the task book!

Next, introduce the texts one at a time, including the main aspects for each (eg. title, writer, source, form, tone, contention and target audience). You want to show the examiner that you are comparing the articles, rather than analysing them separately. To do this, use appropriate linking words as you move onto your outline of each new text.

Consider significant features for comparison, for example:

  • Is the tone/style the same?
  • Is there a different target audience?
  • How do their key persuasive strategies differ?

You may choose to finish your introduction with a brief comment on any key difference or similarity.

Sample introduction: The recent return to vinyls and decline in CD sales has sparked discussion about the merits of the two forms of recorded sound. In his feature article, For the Record, published in the monthly magazine Audioworld in June 2015, Robert Tan contends that vinyls, as the more traditional form, are preferable to CDs. He utilises a disparaging tone within his article to criticise CDs as less functional than vinyls. In response to Tan’s article, reader Julie Parker uses a condescending and mocking tone to lampoon Tan for his point of view, in a letter published in the same magazine one month later.

Body paragraphs:

Block structure

Spend the first half of your essay focused on Article 1, then move into Article 2 for the second half of your essay (and, for those doing three articles, the later part of your essay based on Article 3). This structure is the most simple of all, and unfortunately does not offer you ample opportunity to delve into an insightful analysis. Hence, we would not recommend this structure for you. If possible, adopt the Bridge or Integrated structures discussed below.

Bridge structure

Analyse the first text, including any visuals that may accompany it. Students often spend too long on the first text and leave too little time to analyse the remaining texts in sufficient depth, so try to keep your analysis specific and concise! Remember to focus on the effects on the reader, rather than having a broad discussion of persuasive techniques.

Linking is essential in body paragraphs! Begin your analysis of each new text with a linking sentence to enable a smooth transition and to provide a specific point of contrast. Continue to link the texts throughout your analysis, for example, you could compare:

  • The tone
  • The techniques of each writer and how these aim to position the reader in different ways.

Often your second and/or third texts will be a direct response to the first, so you could pick up on how the author rebuts or agrees with the arguments of the first text.

Integrated structure

In this type of structure, you will analyse both articles in each body paragraph. Watch Lisa’s video above (coming soon) for a sample paragraph based on this structure.

Conclusion:

In Lisa’s video above, she suggested a short and sweet summary in your conclusion by incorporting some quotes from the author’s own conclusion. 

Alternatively, you could opt for a different approach. In your conclusion, aim to focus on how each text differs from the others in terms of the main techniques used by the author, and more importantly, the effect of these techniques on the reader or audience. You should summarise the main similarities and differences of each text without indicating any personal bias (ie. you should not state whether one text might be more or less persuasive than another). For example, a point of comparison could be the audience appeal – will any particular audience group be particularly engaged or offended? Why?

Finally, finish with a sentence suggesting a possible outlook for the issue. Good luck!

By the way, did you know that our Ultimate VCE English Study Guide includes a more comprehensive review of structuring two or more articles on language analysis?

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The student responses provided in the following set illustrate common score combinations earned on the redesigned SAT. Each response has received a separate score for each of the three domains assessed: Reading, Analysis, and Writing. The scores are presented in order by domain directly preceding each sample essay. Scores for the samples provided below were assigned on a 1-4 scale according to the redesigned SAT Essay Scoring Rubric. It is important to note that although these are representative samples of student ability at each score point, the set itself does not exhaustively illustrate the range of skills in Reading, Analysis, and Writing associated with each score point.

Although all of the sample essays were handwritten by students, they are shown typed here for ease of reading. The essays have been typed exactly as each student wrote his or her essay, without corrections to spelling, punctuation, or paragraph breaks.

Practice using sample essay 1.

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Benefits of Renewable Energy Use

Wind turbines and solar panels are an increasingly common sight. But why? What are the benefits of renewable energies—and how do they improve our health, environment, and economy?

This page explores the many positive impacts of clean energy, including the benefits of wind ,  solar ,  geothermal ,  hydroelectric , and  biomass . For more information on their negative impacts—including effective solutions to avoid, minimize, or mitigate—see our page on  The Environmental Impacts of Renewable Energy Technologies .

Less global warming

Human activity is overloading our atmosphere with carbon dioxide and other  global warming emissions . These gases act like a blanket, trapping heat. The result is a web of  significant and harmful impacts , from stronger, more frequent storms, to drought, sea level rise, and extinction.

In the United States, about 29 percent of global warming emissions come from our electricity sector. Most of those emissions come from fossil fuels like coal and natural gas [ 1 ,  2 ].

What is CO2e?

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the most prevalent greenhouse gas, but other air pollutants—such as methane—also cause global warming. Different energy sources produce different amounts of these pollutants. To make comparisons easier, we use a carbon dioxide equivalent, or CO2e—the amount of carbon dioxide required to produce an equivalent amount of warming.

In contrast, most renewable energy sources produce little to no global warming emissions. Even when including “life cycle” emissions of clean energy (ie, the emissions from each stage of a technology’s life—manufacturing, installation, operation, decommissioning), the global warming emissions associated with renewable energy are minimal [ 3 ].

The comparison becomes clear when you look at the numbers. Burning natural gas for electricity releases between 0.6 and 2 pounds of carbon dioxide equivalent per kilowatt-hour (CO2E/kWh); coal emits between 1.4 and 3.6 pounds of CO2E/kWh.  Wind , on the other hand, is responsible for only 0.02 to 0.04 pounds of CO2E/kWh on a life-cycle basis;  solar  0.07 to 0.2;  geothermal  0.1 to 0.2; and  hydroelectric  between 0.1 and 0.5.

Renewable electricity generation from  biomass  can have a wide range of global warming emissions depending on the resource and whether or not it is sustainably sourced and harvested.

Different sources of energy produce different amounts of heat-trapping gases. As shown in this chart, renewable energies tend to have much lower emissions than other sources, such as natural gas or coal.
Source: IPCC, 2011 Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation (Chapter 9).

Increasing the supply of renewable energy would allow us to replace carbon-intensive energy sources and significantly reduce US global warming emissions.

For example, a 2009 UCS analysis found that a 25 percent by 2025 national renewable electricity standard would lower power plant CO2 emissions 277 million metric tons annually by 2025—the equivalent of the annual output from 70 typical (600 MW) new coal plants [ 4 ].

In addition, a ground-breaking study by the US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) explored the feasibility of generating 80 percent of the country’s electricity from renewable sources by 2050. They found that renewable energy could help reduce the electricity sector’s emissions by approximately 81 percent [ 5 ].

Improved public health

The air and water pollution emitted by coal and natural gas plants is linked with breathing problems, neurological damage, heart attacks, cancer, premature death, and a host of other serious problems. The pollution affects everyone: one Harvard University study estimated the life cycle costs and public health effects of coal to be an estimated $74.6 billion every year. That’s equivalent to 4.36 cents per kilowatt-hour of electricity produced—about one-third of the average electricity rate for a typical US home [ 6 ].

Most of these negative health impacts come from air and water pollution that clean energy technologies simply don’t produce. Wind, solar, and hydroelectric systems generate electricity with no associated air pollution emissions. Geothermal and  biomass   systems emit some air pollutants, though total air emissions are generally much lower than those of coal- and natural gas-fired power plants.

In addition, wind and solar energy require essentially no water to operate and thus do not pollute water resources or strain supplies by competing with agriculture, drinking water, or other important water needs. In contrast, fossil fuels can have a  significant impact on water resources : both coal mining and natural gas drilling can pollute sources of drinking water, and all thermal power plants, including those powered by coal, gas, and oil, withdraw and consume water for cooling. 

Biomass and geothermal power plants, like coal- and natural gas-fired power plants, may require water for cooling. Hydroelectric power plants can disrupt river ecosystems both upstream and downstream from the dam. However, NREL’s 80-percent-by-2050 renewable energy study, which included biomass and geothermal, found that total water consumption and withdrawal would decrease significantly in a future with high renewables [ 7 ].

Inexhaustible energy

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Strong winds, sunny skies, abundant plant matter, heat from the earth, and fast-moving water can each provide a vast and constantly replenished supply of energy. A relatively small fraction of US electricity currently comes from these sources, but that could change: studies have repeatedly shown that renewable energy can provide a significant share of future electricity needs, even after accounting for potential constraints [ 9 ].

In fact, a major government-sponsored study found that clean energy could contribute somewhere between three and 80 times its 2013 levels, depending on assumptions [8]. And the previously mentioned NREL study found that renewable energy could comfortably provide up to 80 percent of US electricity by 2050.

Jobs and other economic benefits

Two energy workers on a roof

Two energy workers installing solar panels.
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Compared with fossil fuel technologies, which are typically mechanized and capital intensive, the renewable energy industry is more labor intensive. Solar panels need humans to install them; wind farms need technicians for maintenance.

This means that, on average, more jobs are created for each unit of electricity generated from renewable sources than from fossil fuels.

Renewable energy already supports thousands of jobs in the United States. In 2016, the wind energy industry directly employed over 100,000 full-time-equivalent employees in a variety of capacities, including manufacturing, project development, construction and turbine installation, operations and maintenance, transportation and logistics, and financial, legal, and consulting services [ 10 ]. More than 500 factories in the United States manufacture parts for wind turbines, and wind power project installations in 2016 alone represented $13.0 billion in investments [ 11 ].

Other renewable energy technologies employ even more workers. In 2016, the solar industry employed more than 260,000 people, including jobs in solar installation, manufacturing, and sales, a 25% increase over 2015 [ 12 ]. The hydroelectric power industry employed approximately 66,000 people in 2017 [ 13 ]; the geothermal industry employed 5,800 people [ 14] .

Increased support for renewable energy could create even more jobs. The 2009 Union of Concerned Scientists study of a 25-percent-by-2025 renewable energy standard found that such a policy would create more than three times as many jobs (more than 200,000) as producing an equivalent amount of electricity from fossil fuels [ 15 ]. 

In contrast, the entire coal industry employed 160,000 people in 2016 [ 26 ].

In addition to the jobs directly created in the renewable energy industry, growth in clean energy can create positive economic “ripple” effects. For example, industries in the renewable energy supply chain will benefit, and unrelated local businesses will benefit from increased household and business incomes [ 16 ].

Listen to energy expert Paula Garcia talk about renewable energy progress in the US on the Got Science? Podcast:

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Local governments also benefit from clean energy, most often in the form of property and income taxes and other payments from renewable energy project owners. Owners of the land on which wind projects are built often receive lease payments ranging from $3,000 to $6,000 per megawatt of installed capacity, as well as payments for power line easements and road rights-of-way. They may also earn royalties based on the project’s annual revenues. Farmers and rural landowners can generate new sources of supplemental income by producing feedstocks for biomass power facilities.

UCS analysis found that a 25-by-2025 national renewable electricity standard would stimulate $263.4 billion in new capital investment for renewable energy technologies, $13.5 billion in new landowner income from? biomass production and/or wind land lease payments, and $11.5 billion in new property tax revenue for local communities [ 17 ].

Stable energy prices

Renewable energy is providing affordable electricity across the country right now, and can help stabilize energy prices in the future.

Although renewable facilities require upfront investments to build, they can then operate at very low cost (for most clean energy technologies, the “fuel” is free). As a result, renewable energy prices can be very stable over time.

Moreover, the costs of renewable energy technologies have declined steadily, and are projected to drop even more. For example, the average price to install solar dropped more than 70 percent between 2010 and 2017 [ 20 ]. The cost of generating electricity from wind dropped 66 percent between 2009 and 2016 [ 21 ]. Costs will likely decline even further as markets mature and companies increasingly take advantage of economies of scale.

In contrast, fossil fuel prices can vary dramatically and are prone to substantial price swings. For example, there was a rapid increase in US coal prices due to rising global demand before 2008, then a rapid fall after 2008 when global demands declined [ 23 ]. Likewise, natural gas prices have fluctuated greatly since 2000 [ 25 ].

Source: Energy Information Administration (EIA). 2013. Coal news and markets report .

Using more renewable energy can lower the prices of and demand for natural gas and coal by increasing competition and diversifying our energy supplies. And an increased reliance on renewable energy can help protect consumers when fossil fuel prices spike. 

Reliability and resilience

 Wind and solar are less prone to large-scale failure because they are distributed and modular. Distributed systems are spread out over a large geographical area, so a severe weather event in one location will not cut off power to an entire region. Modular systems are composed of numerous individual wind turbines or solar arrays. Even if some of the equipment in the system is damaged, the rest can typically continue to operate.

For example, Hurricane Sandy damaged fossil fuel-dominated electric generation and distribution systems in New York and New Jersey and left millions of people without power. In contrast, renewable energy projects in the Northeast weathered Hurricane Sandy with minimal damage or disruption [ 25 ]. 

Water scarcity is another risk for non-renewable power plants. Coal, nuclear, and many natural gas plants depend on having sufficient water for cooling, which means that severe droughts and heat waves can put electricity generation at risk. Wind and solar photovoltaic systems do not require water to generate electricity and can operate reliably in conditions that may otherwise require closing a fossil fuel-powered plant. (For more information, see  How it Works: Water for Electricity .)  

The risk of disruptive events will also increase in the future as droughts, heat waves, more intense storms, and increasingly severe wildfires become more frequent due to global warming—increasing the need for resilient, clean technologies.

Learn more:

  • Barriers to Renewable Energy
  • Blog series:  Clean Energy Momentum

References:

[1] Environmental Protection Agency. 2017. Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2015.

[2] Energy Information Agency (EIA). 2017.  How much of the U.S. carbon dioxide emissions are associated with electricity generation?

[3] Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). 2011.  IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation . Prepared by Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [O. Edenhofer, R. Pichs-Madruga, Y. Sokona, K. Seyboth, P. Matschoss, S. Kadner, T. Zwickel, P. Eickemeier, G. Hansen, S. Schlömer, C. von Stechow (eds)]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA, 1075 pp. (Chapter 9).

[4] Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS). 2009.  Clean Power Green Jobs .

[5] National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). 2012.  Renewable Electricity Futures Study . Volume 1, pg. 210.

[6] Epstein, P.R.,J. J. Buonocore, K. Eckerle, M. Hendryx, B. M. Stout III, R. Heinberg, R. W. Clapp, B. May, N. L. Reinhart, M. M. Ahern, S. K. Doshi, and L. Glustrom. 2011. Full cost accounting for the life cycle of coal in “Ecological Economics Reviews.” Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1219: 73–98.

[7]  Renewable Electricity Futures Study . 2012.

[8] NREL. 2016.  Estimating Renewable Energy Economic Potential in the United States: Methodology and Initial Results .

[9]  Renewable Electricity Futures Study . 2012.

IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation . Prepared by Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 2011.

UCS. 2009.  Climate 2030: A national blueprint for a clean energy economy .

[10] American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). 2017. AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report: Year Ending 2016. Washington, D.C.: American Wind Energy Association.

 [11] Wiser, Ryan, and Mark Bolinger. 2017. 2016 Wind Technologies Market Report. U.S. Department of Energy.

[12] The Solar Foundation. 2017. National Solar Jobs Census 2016.

[13] Navigant Consulting. 2009.  Job Creation Opportunities in Hydropower .

[14] Geothermal Energy Association. 2010.  Green Jobs through Geothermal Energy .

[15] UCS. 2009.  Clean Power Green Jobs .

[16] Environmental Protection Agency. 2010.  Assessing the Multiple Benefits of Clean Energy: A Resource for States . Chapter 5.

[17] UCS. 2009.  Clean Power Green Jobs .

[18] Deyette, J., and B. Freese. 2010.  Burning coal, burning cash: Ranking the states that import the most coal . Cambridge, MA: Union of Concerned Scientists.

[20] SEIA. 2017. Solar Market Insight Report 2017 Q2.

[21] AWEA. 2017. AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report: Year Ending 2016. Washington, D.C.: American Wind Energy Association.

[22] UCS. 2009.  Clean Power Green Jobs .

[23] UCS. 2011.  A Risky Proposition: The financial hazards of new investments in coal plants .

[24] EIA. 2013.  U.S. Natural Gas Wellhead Price .

[25] Unger, David J. 2012.  Are renewables stormproof? Hurricane Sandy tests solar, wind . The Christian Science Monitor. November 19.

[26] Department of Energy. 2017 U.S. Energy and Employment Report

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Admissions Directors Tell All - PA School Prerequisites As you probably know by now, if you want to get into PA school you must complete the necessary prerequisite coursework.

I have discussed this in detail in a previous post  Prerequisite Coursework: How to Design the Perfect Pre-PA School Curriculum .

Today, we are going a step further by giving you answers to some of the most common PA school prerequisite questions.

And the best part is:

These answers are directly from the PA school admissions committee themselves.

PA School Prerequisite Q&A

  1. Do You Look Down On Community College Prerequisite Coursework?
  2. Do PA School Prerequisite Classes Expire?
  3. Can I Apply With Coursework in Progress?
  4. Do My Prerequisite Courses Fulfill The Requirements?
  5. Do You Accept Online Prerequisite Coursework?
  6. Is There a Minimum GPA for Prerequisite Coursework?
  7. Do You Accept Prerequisite Courses Completed at Different Colleges?
  8. Is Lab Required?
  9. How About Repeat Courses?
  10. Graduate Or Undergraduate Courses?
  11. Dropped Courses?

The following are questions asked by pre-PAs as part of the annual Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) forum where ADCOMs from 30 top PA schools come together for a weekend and answer your questions. Schools such as Duke, Butler, Penn State College of Medicine, Yale, and Case Western Reserve (to name just a few).

Below you will find the question in bold with the answer given by the ADCOM (admissions committee) in blockquote. I have provided a summary of recommendations in yellow at the end of each section as well as an overall summary at the end of this post.

Got more questions or some helpful advice? Please let us know in the comments section.

1. Do You Look Down On Community College Prerequisite Coursework?

What is your take on applicants that take only one required course at a county college?

One or two community college courses is fine. The only time it becomes a concern is if ALL of your science or prereqs come from a community college, or there are multiple community colleges you have attended. – A.T. Still University

How do you view community college classes? Say if I take a prerequisite course at a community college, but it was a simple general education class such as sociology?

Community college classes are fine. We know many people do not have the resources to go back and take pre-reqs at four-year schools – Duke University

I took all my science classes at community college. Will that be a problem?

Having all of your science from a community college will be a weakness on your application. If you have some science courses at a 4-year university that will help, but having completed all your science classes at CC will be a negative factor. – A.T. Still University

If I do plan to retake some courses, does it matter if it’s at a local college or university? I can take some at the university level but others I can only retake at the college level because of financial hardship

You can complete coursework at any regionally accredited institution. This can include a community college or online as well. – Butler University

So long as the courses are completed at a regionally accredited institution, they will satisfy. It does not matter to us if they are from community college or a four year institution. We are aware of the significant costs for applicants and students alike and we encourage you to complete them in a way that is cost-effective and works for you. – Penn State College of Medicine

I took all of my prerequisites at the community college level. Would you suggest re-taking any at a University or would it be better to put my focus into improving other areas of my application such as patient care? How much of a negative impact does this hold? My GPA is strong, and I have significant volunteer hours.

In your case, I would not suggest retaking the courses. Yes, focus on your strengths so that you can offset the community college science courses. If you have an opportunity to take an upper-level science course at a 4-year university, you might consider that, but focus on the strong aspects of your application. It’s not a one-strike and you are done – the whole process is flexible and holistic. – A.T. Still University

I had a school tell me that because I took my last few courses at a community college that was held against me and that I was 3 of their scoring points away from an interview. How do you guys feel about that?

Upper division prerequisite requirements can be completed at a four-year institution, community college, or online courses from regionally accredited institutions. We do not look down on community college coursework. It will be factored in the same way – Penn State College of Medicine

Does your PA program accept prerequisites from Tri counties community college?

Yes, we will accept prerequisites from Tri C or other community colleges. – Case Western Reserve

Summary: Some schools do care if all of your prerequisites courses are taken at a community college, but the vast majority don’t. If you can, it is best to research your preferred PA school’s website and contact the program admission team.

2. Do PA School Prerequisite Classes Expire?

I would like to know if the prereq classes taken in undergrad in 2003 would be considered in factoring GPA or should I retake them. I can try to retake some at a university, but because of my financial situation, I can only afford community college courses. Will this be ok? Thanks

Courses you have taken do not expire for us. We will use your coursework from 2003 in our transcript review to determine which prerequisites are fulfilled. – Yale University

I completed my science classes in 2008, should I retake them?

If you’ve been working in healthcare full-time since graduating we would waive that requirement – Penn State College of Medicine

Do you accept a three-credit Humanities course if it was taken six years ago in 2011?

Yes, we will accept humanities credits that are older than 5 years. Only science credits must be taken within 5 years. – Touro University

My question is whether or not classes taken during undergrad “expire?” I graduated with a B.S in Biology in 2013 but started college in 2006. I was in the Air Force, so my undergrad took a long time to complete. As it stands, I am currently living as an Air Force dependent in Germany with my spouse while they finish their 4-year tour. I will not be applying to PA school for another three years. I was wondering since I will have been out of school for six years when I apply, will this hurt my application? I don’t know if the time since my classes were taken, will work against me?

The courses that “time out” are Anatomy and Physiology. That course series must be completed within 5 years of matriculation so you may need to refresh those courses. – Carroll University

I am a medical graduate from India applying for PA program. When you talk about GPA, is it the GPA of the prerequisite courses or the bachelor’s degree too? I received my bachelors in 1995 and have completed the prerequisites in the past two years. So which one counts more towards selection process?

The prereqs which must be completed within 10 years of applying count towards the selection process so we wouldn’t look at your 1995 coursework at all actually. – Case Western Reserve

I have a biology degree but graduated in 2002, are there any courses that your program wants to be more recent?

All of the prerequisites have to be completed within 10 years of applying to our program.  – Case Western Reserve

Do classes have an expiration date? Also, can I repeat some of the undergrad courses at a community college?

College credits do not expire. I only suggest retaking if you did very poorly in a prereq. Some students will take refresher courses or upper-level science to get back into “student mode” but remember, community college credits are not as rigorous as 4-year university credits. – A.T. Still University

I graduated with a BS in 2011, taking some core science classes in 2007. Since graduating, I have been working as a certified medical assistant and now working with CHC on the central coast. Would I need to retake the core classes? 

No need to retake the prereqs. Having them completed more than 5 years ago is not ideal, but you have more recent coursework and clinical/volunteering to make up for it. So I suggest not worrying about retaking any courses unless you earned a C or below in one. – A.T. Still University

Summary: There is a surprisingly large amount of variation here between schools. Some schools do not have an expiration date on courses while others require all course be completed within a 10-year window and some require 5-year’s for certain courses and no expiration on others. This could open (or close) a lot of doors depending on when you completed your prerequisite coursework. Take home message: Do your research before you apply!

3. Can I Apply With Coursework in Progress?

I had taken Anatomy and Physiology (separate and both with their respective labs) over seven years ago. I will be retaking these courses next spring. Can I still apply during the upcoming cycle?

Yes, you can apply with coursework in progress, you would list it as either in progress or planned on the application. – A.T. Still University

Can I take biochemistry after submitting my application? If so, does not having taken this class reflect negatively on my application?

You can have three outstanding prerequisites at the time of application. You must show your plan to complete the courses prior to entering the program. It will not reflect poorly if you have not yet completed biochemistry – Butler University

Genetics is the only prerequisite I have not taken. Could my application still be reviewed considering I have additional classes that offer a more holistic approach to the medical field?

You can apply with one outstanding prerequisite (Genetics), however, if accepted you will need to prove you took the course by December 31st and passed with a B or better. – Yale University

Many programs only allow non-science courses to be “in progress.” Should I be worried that my Biochem will still be in progress when I apply? Should I wait to apply?

No more than two prerequisites can be outstanding at the time of application and they need to be done by the fall of the application year. – Case Western Reserve

Summary: The best bet is to try to have all your prerequisite coursework completed before you apply. If not, you better check with the PA program ADCOM, that being said, most schools allow one or two prerequisite courses to be outstanding at the time of application.

4. Do My Prerequisite Courses Fulfill The Requirements?

What do you accept for the human anatomy prerequisites? I attended Penn State University, where I have taken Biology 129, titled Mammalian Anatomy. I have also taken Biology 497, a human cadaver dissection course and I use the dissected cadavers to teach my section of the Biology 129 lab. So, the Biology 129 course is called Mammalian Anatomy, but it is primarily human-focused. Will these courses be sufficient for the human anatomy prerequisite? And if so, should I match both of them on the CASPA application?

Sometimes those need approval by our PA Chair on a case by case basis so if you have a question about a particular class I would email the chair and include a complete course description (and syllabus if you have it) so we can run that by the chair to get approval for you. – A.T. Still University

I have a question about some wording on your website concerning your prerequisite coursework. Per your website, the prerequisite biology classes must be “at or above the 200 level.” I have completed two combined anatomy and physiology courses with labs which are on par with what is usually required to apply. However, at my school, these were not listed as being at the “200 level”. Could you give any more information on this pre-requisite expectation? 

We will look at your transcripts and if your courses are listed at the 200 level or higher in a biology related course then the course will count as fulfilling a prerequisite. – Butler University

Is it possible to substitute organic chemistry with biochemistry for the prerequisites?

We are not able to substitute Biochem for Organic Chem – Duke University

For the 2-semester psychology requirement, will neuroscience count? It is listed under the psychology department at my undergraduate university.

Neuroscience offered through your psychology departement will be accepted as one of the two psychology prereqs. – Carroll University

I was wondering if students that are applying would be able to designate which courses they would like used as prerequisites such as the choice between organic chemistry and biochemistry. Will the course with a higher grade automatically be used?

When you are asked to complete our secondary application, you will identify which courses you believe best satisfy our pre-requisites. We then verify these courses across your entire transcript. So my advice would be to best align your course with our course not necessarily take a course less appropriate just because it received a higher grade. As for OChem vs. Biochem – it absolutely is your choice – we require either – or….not both.  – Penn State College of Medicine

Could you please let me know the equivalent courses for biochemistry and organic chemistry or the course numbers?

The program does not endorse any one course or university/college at which to take prerequisite courses. We do accept either undergraduate or graduate level courses for biochem and organic but they must be separate courses and they must be specific to biochem and organic, not overview courses that combine lots of different topics. – Case Western Reserve

What are your thoughts on having endocrinology as an upper-level bio class compared to some of the other upper-level bio courses?

While endocrinology is not a prerequisite for Yale, certainly any upper-level biology courses will only help enhance your application and prepare you for a rigorous curriculum in a PA Program. – Yale University

Summary: Tap into your college and university academic advisor and make a plan. When I was in college I followed a pre-med track through my junior year until I discovered PA school. I met with my academic advisor who suggested I pursue a Zoology degree so that I could meet my genetics, microbiology, and anatomy/physiology prerequisites. I suggest you create a spreadsheet ( here is one I have started for you ) and compare prerequisite coursework across programs. When you meet with your advisor you can formulate your attack plan. If there are uncertainties, as I will say a million times, contact a couple PA programs and fill the gaps with knowledge!

5. Do You Accept Online Prerequisite Coursework?

I live in a small town where there is a private university and a community college. I still need to take couple prereqs and was thinking of taking them through UNE online courses, because the school in my town is so much more expensive than UNE. Would the UNE online courses be accepted as a prereq?

Online courses count as long as they are taken at a regionally accredited institution – Duke University

Can we take prerequisite courses online and attached lab on the campus?

Our requirement is that all prerequisite courses with labs must be taken “on ground.” – Case Western Reserve

Summary: Be careful with online courses, while many schools accept online classes, some school require that courses be taken on site. Again best to check before you decide to pursue an online degree.

6. Is There a Minimum GPA for Prerequisite Coursework?

If I have a C in one of my prerequisites, but my overall prerequisite GPA is a B would you suggest I retake that course?

It is difficult to say if you should retake the prerequisite, certainly the higher the better for your prerequisite GPA, so it may be to your benefit. – Yale University

So, your guys’ pre-requisite courses do not necessarily expire, but all prereqs must be met with a grade of a B?

The prerequisites do not have a grade minimum, but we calculate an overall prerequisite GPA.  If you are admitted to the program and have one outstanding course, you must complete the course by December 31st and earn a grade of B or better. – Yale University

Do you require all prereqs to be completed with a B or higher, or does your cumulative GPA just need to be a 3.0 or higher?

Your cumulative needs to be a 3.0 or higher. – Case Western Reserve

Summary: GPA requirements are the bane of many well-intended pre-PAs existences. It was definitely mine, and it is the one area where schools vary across the spectrum on requirements. I suggest you use a combination of tools starting with my paschoolfinder.com PA program match tool (where you can sort schools by overall and science GPA requirements) along with the PAEA Program Directory . Unless you have an overall and science GPA of 3.4 it is best to do your homework. If you are applying with a low GPA read this post to see what the ADCOMs have to say.

7. Do You Accept Prerequisite Courses Completed at Different Colleges?

I took Anatomy and Physiology 1 at one school and Anatomy and Physiology 2 at another. Will this affect my application?

No this does not impact your application from our standpoint – Penn State College of Medicine

Summary: Most schools just want to see that you have completed your prerequisites and maintained a relatively high standard. Having completed your prerequisites at different schools isn’t a big deal. If you have been to five different colleges in four years you may have some explaining to do but otherwise, in the words of Bobby McFerrin ” Don’t Worry Be Happy . “

8. Is Lab Required?

I noticed one of the prereqs is a physiology with a lab. How important is having this lab requirement? I have taken physiology without a lab and multiple anatomy classes with labs. I am also having trouble finding physiology lab classes to take separately.

Physiology lab is indeed a basic pre-requisite. We are strict about that. – Case Western Reserve

Summary: If the requirement says “lab” well then, you better have the lab. Most biology, physics, chemistry and anatomy/physiology courses have this as part of the course. This is not where you want to cut corners.

9 How About Repeat Courses?

Does repeated college courses give a bad impression of a student?

It depends on how many and what the trajectory of your studies look like.. Everyone has rough spots but the question is if its a pattern or if its an isolated instance with steady improvement thereafter. – Case Western Reserve

Summary: I think the admissions team at A.T Stills said it best in my post about applying to PA school with a low GPA : “We look for an upward trend in grades. We understand that some students have a hard transition to college, or they do not find focus until later. All of your grades will be averaged together, however, we still look for an upward trend. You do want to be somewhat close to the average GPA though. For example, if your total GPA is a 2.8, that is going to be hard to overcome. If it is a 3.0 or higher, with significant other experiences, we can work with that to an extent.”

10. Graduate or Undergraduate Courses?

Does your program factor graduate level work differently than undergraduate?

It does not.  – Case Western Reserve

Summary: CASPA calculates a GPA for your masters as well as undergrad coursework, schools look at both and take both into account. They are usually factored equally, but the trend (as always) matters.

11. Dropped Courses?

Do you take into account if you dropped a class then ended up retaking it later on? Will it essentially effect the application in any way?

We do consider if an applicant dropped a class and retook it later.  – Case Western Reserve

Summary: Of course schools will factor in dropped courses, they are looking for candidates who can handle the rigors of an intensive 2-3 year program. So you need to be careful here. If you drop a course and retake it scoring a 3.7 it isn’t going to look so bad. But lots of dropped course without good reason will not reflect highly.

Highlights and Summary

  • Community college classes are fine. We know many people do not have the resources to go back and take pre-reqs at four-year schools – Duke University
  • One or two community college courses is fine. The only time it becomes a concern is if ALL of your science or prereqs come from a community college, or there are multiple community colleges you have attended. – A.T. Still University
  • All of the prerequisites have to be completed within 10 years of applying to our program.  – Case Western Reserve
  • You can apply with coursework in progress, you would list it as either in progress or planned on the application. – A.T. Still University
  • Our requirement is that all prerequisite courses with labs must be taken “on ground.” – Case Western Reserve
  • Make sure to check when credits expire. You may (or may not have to retake courses)
  • We require that the pre-reqs be taken within ten years of your application. – Case Western Reserve
  • The prerequisites do not have a grade minimum, but we calculate an overall prerequisite GPA.  If you are admitted to the program and have one outstanding course, you must complete the course by December 31st and earn a grade of B or better. – Yale University

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Training and working as a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) is a unique opportunity that will allow you to see the true nature of the medical field. There can times of great pride and joy as a CNA, but you have to keep in mind that it is no easy task. If you feel that you may have what it takes, read on to see what you can expect from your CNA classes and training .

 

The Good

With the proper certification, training, and experience work as a CNA is one of the most secure job markets out there. There will always be a need for nursing assistants and there exists a wide range of possible career opportunities available to those with CNA training.

Many CNA classes offer flexible hours, or short training courses, in order to accommodate students. If you have a family life, another job, or are taking other classes, many CNA courses can be completed at a time or pace that suits you.

 

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Being a CNA can be a demanding job at times. There will always be those patients that get upset when you are trying to help them, but you must always remember what you are doing: helping them! They may not thank you, but you will feel better knowing that they are clean, comfortable and secure. Closely related to this, as well is the emotional nature of the job. As you work so closely with patients, however, there will be the chance that you will develop a close relationship and bond with those you treat. You will be thankful that you were able to make their lives that bit easier and more comfortable while you were with them, but the doesn’t mean it won’t be hard along the way. This is one of the most difficult and rewarding jobs you can take.

 

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When you hear the term ‘nursing assistant’ there are a few images that may come to mind; some of which may not be pleasant. Working as CNA is not for those who are faint of heart. You will have a great deal of job satisfaction as a CNA, but you’ll have to deal with a few messes along the way. Everything in life comes at a cost, and one of the costs of becoming a CNA is seeing people at their worst. Bodily fluids, sadness from patients or their family, and high-pressure moments may occur on a regular basis. The work will be hard, and may not always be pretty, but there’s one thing we should never leave out. The impact you will make on your patients will be lifelong. While they may not remember you, you will always be able to appreciate that you helped someone for life.

 

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If you are interested in pursuing a career in the medical profession, taking CNA classes can be an excellent way to learn about and understand all of the diverse areas of medical treatment and care. The work can be grueling, but the reward comes in two places. First, it comes from that fact that becoming a CNA includes a lot of job security and stability. Second, it comes from the fact that you’ve helped your patients along a difficult journey. You will have to take the good with the bad, and if you’re tough enough a career as a CNA can be more rewarding than anything else you would pursue.

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There are a lot of advantages to taking classes online . While there may be occasions where you need to log in at a specific time to attend a lecture, do group work or watch a webinar, most of the time you can work on our classwork at any time of day. You get to work at your own pace. You don’t have to drive or walk to class. For many of us who juggle school and a full-time job, it’s a great way to get classwork to fit in your personal schedule. Yet along with these advantages, there are pitfalls. It can be easy to fall behind and more difficult to get help from your professor. When compared to a traditional classroom, it is just a different learning environment. There is less supervision and often less structure, which makes it easier to form bad habits – habits that could hinder your success in the class. Here are five bad habits to avoid when taking online classes .

1. Watching Television or Other Distractions While Studying

When you are physically in a class, there are others around you who are all paying attention (hopefully) to what the professor is teaching. Students are engaged and asking questions. Often in online classes, your classwork consists of reading or watching a lecture, and then writing and responding to discussion posts. It happens almost without you noticing it. You’re in your own personal space reading your class material. Then you quickly check your Facebook status or you have YouTube playing in the background or are catching up on the latest episode of your favorite show. Then your “class time” becomes a time suck. Suddenly your class material becomes the background. The studying that should have taken you an hour has now taken three hours and you really don’t remember what all of it was about. You wouldn’t bring Netflix or YouTube or Facebook into a conventional class, and you shouldn’t bring it into your virtual class either! Class time is class time.

2. Studying Whenever You Have the Time

The freedom that comes with being able to choose when you study can also be your downfall. You need to schedule and block out time each week for your class work. If you spend your week waiting for a free hour or two for study time to show itself, it’s never going to happen. If you don’t proactively schedule time, then likely you won’t have enough time to finish your work.

3. I’ll Just Log into the Class Once a Week

It’s important to remember that if you’re taking an online class, the only interaction you’ll have with your professor and other students is online. Login and check the information on your class at least once a day. You may find that the professor has added important information or changes to the classwork for that week or added clarification to something students didn’t understand. Make sure you know what is going on with your class.

4. I Didn’t Read the Syllabus

Remember that, since this is an online course, you will not have face time with your professor very often. The syllabus is an important part of an online course and you should refer to it regularly to make sure you are where you need to be in the course each week. It will tell you what you need to know and possibly even assignments you need to complete each week to stay caught up.

5. Discussion Posts are Dumb

Many online classes have a discussion board where you are asked to make posts and respond to posts each week on a particular topic. Often there is a stated minimum activity on the discussion board, such as a requirement to create one post on a particular topic or question and respond to two posts that other classmates have created. This is not a waste of time. It is the online equivalent of class discussion and class participation. It allows you to exchange ideas and questions with your classmates and gives the professor a way to assess how well you are grasping the material. It’s best to do more than the minimum suggested posts, so that you get the most out of your classroom participation time. For many online classes, participation in discussion posts is part of your grade for the class.

Online classes are convenient, and can be a great way to earn college credit. Avoiding these bad habits can help you be successful in your online class and help you avoid unnecessary stress.

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Argumentative essays are kind of like superpowers: they allow you to get what you want using the superpower of persuasion. View this lesson and learn how to channel persuasion to write a good essay.

What is an Argumentative Essay?

Myrtle is a teenager whose parents have set a curfew for her, but she wants to stay out longer. She thinks that she might be able to convince her parents to extend her curfew if she makes a sound argument. To make her case, she’s decided to write them a letter.

An argumentative essay is a writing piece meant to persuade someone to think the way you do. Though it’s usually organized as an essay, Myrtle’s letter to her parents is also a type of argumentative writing. To help Myrtle write her essay, let’s take a closer look at the elements and format of an argumentative essay.

Elements

Myrtle wants to convince her parents to give her a later curfew, and she’s going to write an argumentative essay to do that. But where does she even start? What information does she need to include in her essay?

There are some specific elements that are needed in an argumentative essay. The first and most important element in a persuasive essay is the position, or what side the author is on. For example, Myrtle’s position is that her curfew should be later. The position is not all that Myrtle needs to include in her essay. In fact, if all she does is state her position, it won’t be very convincing. All her letter would say is, ‘I think you should let me stay out later.’ Her parents would just shrug and say, ‘We disagree.’

In order to convince her parents, then, Myrtle also needs to include reasons, or why the author believes the way he or she does. For example, Myrtle could support her position by offering reasons like the fact that she’s responsible, she’s older than she used to be, and that a later curfew will allow her to study at the library for longer.

By offering these reasons, Myrtle has made her letter more convincing. She can take this even further, however, by supporting her reasons with evidence, or facts and data that support reasons. For example, remember that one of Myrtle’s reasons is that a later curfew will allow her to study at the library for longer. She can support this reason with evidence. Maybe she has scientific articles that show that studying at the library is more effective than studying at home. Or perhaps she has data showing that kids with later curfews spend more time in the library. Both of those pieces of evidence could support her reason.

Of course, to be truly effective, Myrtle will want to include the source of her evidence. After all, if she just made it up, it’s not really evidence. Further, the source of some evidence can be questionable. Imagine that she has an article about how kids with later curfews spend more time at the library, but it was written by someone who, like Myrtle, is trying to convince his parents to let him stay out later. In this case, the article might not be completely accurate and true.

If all Myrtle includes in her essay is her position, reasons, and evidence, she could make a pretty convincing case. But the best essays also include counterarguments, sometimes shortened to counters, which are reasons why the other side’s arguments are not correct. For example, let’s say that one thing that Myrtle’s parents say to her consistently is that teenagers need sleep. She knows this is one reason why her parents don’t want to extend her curfew. In her essay, she can address this and provide a counter. For example, she could write something like, ‘You believe that extending my curfew will mean I get less sleep. But I stay up late already, and just because I’m home early doesn’t mean that I’ll go to bed early.’

Myrtle’s reasons and evidence support her side. By providing counters, too, Myrtle is defeating arguments from the other side, which makes her essay even more convincing.

Format

Okay, Myrtle understands the things that she needs to include in her letter to her parents. But how should she organize all that information? What’s the format for an argumentative essay?

Argumentative essays can be organized in many different ways, but one common format for persuasive writing is the five paragraph essay, which includes an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. In the introduction, which is the first paragraph of the essay, Myrtle will want to explain the issue and state her position. For example, she’ll mention that staying out late is an issue that is important to many people. She’ll state that she believes that her curfew should be later.

In some essays, the introduction should also include background information. For example, in an essay about taxing sugary soda drinks, background information might include information on the growing number of people purchasing sodas, and the growing obesity epidemic. Essentially anything that needs to be understood before reading the rest of the essay is background information, and should be included in the introduction.

After the introduction, Myrtle will want to write three paragraphs that, collectively, will make up the body of the essay. In each paragraph, she’ll want to focus on one reason or counter, and include evidence to support it. For example, she might want to write one paragraph on the idea that she could study at the library for longer, another paragraph on how she’s older and more responsible than she used to be, and therefore deserves a later curfew, and another paragraph on the counter that an earlier curfew does not mean that she’ll get more sleep.

Finally, Myrtle will end her essay with a conclusion, which will include a restatement of her position and a brief summary of her reasons and counters.

Lesson Summary

An argumentative essay is a persuasive writing piece. It includes several elements: the position, or what side the author is on; reasons, or why the author believes the way he does; evidence, or facts and data that support reasons; and counterarguments, sometimes shortened to counters, which are reasons why the other side’s arguments are not correct.

Argumentative essays are organized in many different ways, but one popular format is the five paragraph essay, which includes an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. The introduction includes an explanation of the issue, background information, and the author’s position. Each body paragraph focuses on one reason or counter and provides evidence to support it. Finally, the conclusion includes a restatement of the position and a brief summary of the reasons and counters.

The Argumentative Essay

Argumentative essay definition
  • The argumentative essay is used to persuade
  • Includes the author’s position, reasons, evidence, and counters
  • Often organized in the five-paragraph essay form

Learning Outcomes

Completing this lesson should help you feel comfortable in doing the following:

  • Explain the purpose of an argumentative essay
  • List the components of an argumentative essay
  • Describe the possible structure of an argumentative essay


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Compare and contrast essays identify the similarities and highlight the differences between two topics. When writing compare and contrast essays, it’s best to select topics, pre-write by developing categories, develop a thesis and organize the essay. With compare and contrast essays, point-by-point essays are guided by category while block essays are guided by topic.

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Let’s talk about compare/contrast essays. Now, I find these to be some of the most difficult types of essays to write because it’s hard to know where you’re going and exactly how you’re going to tell the similarities and differences between two things. So a couple of vocabulary things to straighten out first. When you’re given an essay, if you’re asked just to compare, all they want to know is the similarities, so compare means how they’re the same. If you’re asked to contrast two things, then you’re being asked to tell people how they are different. So just be aware, when you’re doing compare/contrast, sometimes you may be asked to compare or contrast, sometimes you may be asked to do both. So you’ve got to really be aware of your prompt there.
Here are the steps that I tend to go through when I’m working compare/contrast; the first thing that I do is select my topics and make sure I understand the task. So that is selecting which two things I’m going to use in my essay and then understanding am I being asked to compare, contrast or do both of those. So that’s the first important step. And then the next step is to pre-write and develop categories. So obviously if we’re talking about how things are similar and different, we are going to start categorizing the ways that they are similar or different. For instance, if we are comparing pizzas, we might say crust is one category that we’re going to look at, sauce might be another and the variety of toppings might be another. So you can start thinking about what those categories should be.
My two favorite modes of pre-writing for compare/contrast is a Venn diagram and you may remember that from math class, the two circles that run together, you can put topic one here, topic two here and then how they’re different in here and how they’re similar in the middle, so that’s one. I’m also a chart person so I don’t mind chart especially if I’ve got a lot of categories and my chart might look something like this and I will have a row for each particular category. So crust, sauce and then I divide it down the middle and I seal those in. So it depends on how you like to look at things, I tend to be a little bit more organized so I like the chart the best but after I’ve got all these ideas down here, now I want to develop a thesis. And this is really the critical part in compare/contrast because it’s really easy to say, "Well, Monical’s pizza has thin crust and Giodonalds pizza has thick crust, but you want to make sure that you’re answering the ‘so what?’ question. So you’ve got to come to some sort of conclusion, it’s not just about saying how things are similar or how they are different but why is that important. So maybe Giodonalds is a better place to entertain people or to take people from out of town because you can get thin crust pizza anywhere. Whatever it is you’ve got to come to that conclusion so you can insert it in your thesis and then after that you’ve got to think about how you’re going to organize your essay. And let’s take a look at the two different ways that you can organize a compare/contrast essay.
Now, the first one is point by point. And essentially what that means is it’s going to be guided by those categories that you created. So you’re going to have multiple sections of your paper; one for each of the categories that you have and in each section you’re going to use examples from both topics. So you might talk about crust here, and in this paragraph or set of paragraphs you’re going to talk about the crust at Giodonalds and you’re going to talk about the crust at Monical’s. And then you move on to the next category and so on and so forth until you’ve talked about all your categories and given all your examples. The important thing to remember if you choose point by point is that you’re going to want to make sure you do analysis within each category; so once you talk about crust, you’re going to have to come to a conclusion about crust, once you talk about sauce, come to that conclusion that all goes back to your thesis. So the analysis goes throughout.
Now, some of you guys may choose block formatting. And block formatting simply means that it’s guided by topic rather than category. So you’re going to start with an introduction and then you’re going to introduce topic one. So in this case it might be Monical’s, which is my favorite kind of pizza. And what you’re going to do in this area, and it could consist of multiple paragraphs, is you’re going to give multiple examples from just that one topic. So the first part of my paper is going to be focused on Monical’s whereas the second will be focused on Giodonalds, and I’m going to give multiple examples about Giodonalds here. One thing to know then is because you’re not doing much analysis inside these paragraphs because you’re sticking to just one topic, you’re conclusion has got to include your analysis where you’re really coming down to that ‘so what?’ question you’re answering now, the one that you answered in your thesis statement you’re repeating down here. So those are the two ways to organize compare/contrast. Make sure again that you understand the task, know are you being asked to compare or contrast or do both and hopefully this will help you get started.

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We exist to help families homeschool. We enable families to homeschool who thought they couldn’t because of a lack of finances, a lack of time, or a lack of know-how. Others join EP just because it’s easy and fun and they’re confident of the quality of education. EP seeks to free families from the burden of pursuing the “perfect” and encourages them to let it be “enough.” Each family and each child is different and we seek to provide the resources to enable your family to be who you were meant to be.

In 2011, I (Lee Giles) began putting my children’s assignments online so that they could work independently and so that I had the assignments saved for their younger siblings. I also wrote it from the beginning to be able to be used by other families. EP grade levels and individual courses include 180 days of homeschool lessons and assignments. It covers reading, writing, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, math, history/social studies/geography, science, Spanish, Bible, computer, music, art, PE/health, and logic. It uses only free materials found on the internet.

This site holds preschool (getting ready 1), kindergarten (getting ready 2), and first through eighth. (We have a separate high school site .) Grade levels include all of the English, math, computer and logic. The other subjects are combined into “program years” so that all of your children can study the same topic at the same time. Year 1’s theme is ancient history and biology. Year 2 has early American history and zoology for the theme. Year 3 is earth science and geography and cultures as  the theme. Year 4’s theme is modern history, physics and chemistry.

Your child just goes to Day 1 on his or her level (found in the sidebar) and starts clicking through the assignments! That’s all!

And yes, it’s all free. You’ll need paper, pencil, etc. and some minor supplies if you choose to do the experiments and art projects, but all of the reading materials, etc. are all free and online. We do offer offline courses for math, reading, and language arts, which you can find in our store.

My hope is to enable families to continue homeschooling no matter their life circumstances. A sister site, All-in-One Highschool , holds the high school courses.

You can read more about the curriculum on the  About  and  How To  pages. You can also see if your questions have been answered on the FAQ page.

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I no longer sell t-shirts that I buy in bulk and ship from home. Twice a year I plan on doing a shirt sale where you can order your shirt directly and they will ship it to you. The shirts will arrive mid November.

I tried something different this time and am not doing our traditional t-shirt. We will likely have those again in the spring. I chose a long-sleeve shirt and pulled the EP out of our logo, for a simple, muted look. If you like it, maybe it would make a great Christmas present for your favorite EP kids.

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I told you around this time last year that my family was getting a Habitat for Humanity house, an ADA compliant house that my son in a wheelchair would be able to get around in. Well, it turns out we’re not. When we applied, we told them that we would only qualify financially for eighteen months. They obviously accepted us knowing that. Their program was eighteen months and it all seemed to align perfectly. My husband was in an eighteen-month master’s degree program. Afterwards, he would be working. He would earn more money and push us over the edge of the low-income limit placed on families to qualify for a house.

We were told last year that we shouldn’t plan on our house taking the full eighteen months because they were “getting houses done in a year.” Why they would say that to us when it was so obviously untrue, I have no idea. Even this spring we were told the house would likely be complete this summer because a contractor was going to do it and could get it done within three months.

After hearing nothing all summer and Habitat not calling our required quarterly meeting (again), my husband called a meeting to find out what was going on. He was told that next September was the earliest possible that the house could be done.

When my husband’s final course is finished in December, he’s not going to refrain from working more so we can stay poor enough to qualify for a home. I’m sure you can support us in that decision!

Of course, that doesn’t all of a sudden give us enough money to buy a house; even if it did, there’s no such house on the market. We were going to be getting a brand-new one-level home with four bedrooms, ADA compliant, and something that really excited me – solar panels. It was going to cost around $100,000 for us which we could pay interest free.

We have no debt, so an interest-free mortgage felt much better to us than a traditional one. Still, we were planning to pay it off as fast as possible, though we recently learned that Habitat would own part of the equity on our home for 30 years. We didn’t like knowing it wouldn’t really be ours.

Our current home is my childhood home, which growing up housed just four people, now it holds ten. We live with my parents. The house is on three floors and the changes in flooring between rooms and the cramped space make it so my son in a wheelchair can’t go more than a few feet before he needs help. His special toilet is in the basement (just over a bucket), so he can’t get to the bathroom on his own.

Because my son gets no practice at home getting himself around (he’s working on learning to use a walker), we send him to school. He went to a reverse-mainstream preschool, and now he goes to a mainstream kindergarten class. Thankfully, we’re in a top school district. He gets therapies several days a week at school, but we of course desire to have him home. We were planning to start homeschooling him once we moved into that Habitat house that’s now not going to happen.

So, in some ways my heart is broken. I’ve wanted my own home for the last twenty years. It’s something I had to give up to serve overseas. But now I want it for my child. He wants to chase his brothers around. He can’t. If we had the space, he’d be able to follow them around in his wheelchair. Right now, he’s carried around the house mostly. Obviously, that’s not sustainable.

At the same time, this is a great place to be, reliant on nothing but the grace of God.

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Here’s a letter I received in my inbox.

July 7, 2018

Good Morning Lee,

First of all, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Debbie Lucas and just last year I retired after more than 30 years in education. Most recently, I served for 20 years as a Christian school administrator. Upon my retirement, my family and I made the decision that my oldest daughter and I would homeschool my five amazing grandchildren who had all been attending the Christian school where I worked.
We started our year using the Charlotte Mason approach and loved much about it, but as an educator, there seemed to be some things missing. Almost daily I was researching for the right curriculum or curriculums that would meet the needs our little homeschool group we call Arrow Christian Academy. One evening I came across Cathy Duffy’s review of Easy Peasy and I began implementing some pieces in our daily routine. The kids absolutely loved the variety and their ability to move along at their pace and my daughter and I loved the structure and ease of planning.
Your curriculum not only makes homeschooling affordable, but the excellence with which you have put together the daily lessons makes it one of the very best I have ever seen. Educationally, your curriculum is sound and very rigorous, while at the same time attainable for all children. I would like to commend you for the time and effort you have invested in developing All In One Homeschool. You have truly done what most would think impossible, but that’s how our God works when we follow Him. Our plan is to use your full curriculum this year with a first grader, third grader, fourth grader and two fifth graders. I can’t wait to see how our little bunch will grow!
Thank you for blessing so many with so much. I know you have followed the Lord sacrificially and we are most grateful for all you have done and continue to do on behalf of homeschool families.
May God richly bless you and your family as you continue to serve and follow him.
Truly Grateful,
Debbie Lucas
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What’s New on the Site?

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We released Language Arts 5 without any fanfare. There have been several things that have been added to the site that I want to let you know about.
 
Tomorrow I’ll be doing this as a live announcement on my Facebook page and then will open it up for questions about it all. That will be Tuesday, May 1st, at 1pm EST.
 
I want to let you know that LA 5 is released but also that there is something different about it. Do you notice something different about the title of this book?
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It’s called a lesson guide, not a parent’s guide. We have made both the math and language arts for level 5 for the students to use independently. That’s a change from the other levels.
 
All workbooks were made to be used along with the online course or with the guide. For instance, Language Arts 5 has several readings in their lesson guide that they will need. Also, the LA 5 workbook does not have 180 pages. When they work on a big paper over several days, I suggest they type it. Any little writing assignments that are to be done just that day do have a page in the workbook.
 
We now have book bundles. You can buy everything for a level with one button, all the reading, writing, and math. Each bundle comes with a free book. It’s cheaper than ordering them all on Amazon with Prime, not to mention much faster and easier. 
 
The information is up on our site about Spanish and ESL classes this fall. The who, what, where, when, why, and how is all there on the Language Live!  page. I will open registration this summer. If you want to be notified first when that happens, get on our mailing list from the Language Live! page and check the box saying you are interested in those classes.

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Ivory Research can help you achieve the grade that you need by providing a custom-written dissertation of the highest quality.  We pride ourselves on employing only the very best writers in the industry, so you can be confident that the writer we assign to your dissertation will have the necessary experience and academic qualifications for your subject – and that the customised dissertation they research and write for you will be of the highest academic standard.

How Does This Service Work?

We offer four different delivery options to suit you:

Urgent Dissertation topic (if you don’t have one), outline and final

Standard Dissertation topic (if you don’t have one), outline, first half and final

Chapter by Chapter Dissertation topic (if you don’t have one), introduction, outline, literature review, methodology, analysis of findings, discussion and conclusion and final

Total Customisation Dissertation topic (if you don’t have one), outline, up to 10 drafts (or more on request) and final

 Urgent Delivery

Even if you only have a deadline of 3 days, we are still able to custom-write a full dissertation with our urgent delivery option. Unless you have time for our standard delivery, your dissertation will be delivered in the following way:

  1. Dissertation Topic – If you haven’t chosen a topic yet, your writer will create some custom-written topics for you to choose from
  2. Outline – Once you have chosen your topic, your writer will work on your outline. This will develop a suitable structure for your dissertation, incorporating research aims as well as an overview of your methodology and literature review. Your writer will wait for your approval before moving onto the final dissertation.*
  3. Completed Dissertation. You will have a 14-day amendment period once you have received the completed dissertation to ensure you are 100% happy with everything.

*Unfortunately any delay in confirming that you are happy for your writer to move to the next part of your dissertation could result in your final deadline being postponed.

Standard Delivery

Our standard delivery is included at no extra cost in all dissertation orders. Our standard delivery includes:

  1. Dissertation Topic – If you haven’t chosen a topic yet, your writer will create some custom-written topics for you to choose from
  2. Outline – Once you have chosen your topic, your writer will work on your outline. This will develop a suitable structure for your dissertation, incorporating research aims as well as an overview of your methodology and literature review. Your writer will wait for your approval before moving onto the first half.*
  3. First Half – The first half usually consists of the methodology and the literature review, or will make up half of your word count. To ensure you are happy, you will have 7 days to ask for amendments once this has been sent to you and will approve the first half before the writer continues with the work.
  4. Completed Dissertation. You will have a 14-day amendment period once you have received the completed dissertation to ensure you are 100% happy with everything.

*Unfortunately any delay in confirming that you are happy for your writer to move to the next part of your dissertation could result in your final deadline being postponed.

Chapter-by-Chapter & Total Customisation

These options allow you to review each chapter of your dissertation and request any necessary changes along the way. This is a good option if your tutor is particularly picky, and works well with longer deadlines. You can choose when you would like to receive each part, but if you aren’t sure of the exact dates, these can be decided after placing your order. As well as the topic, outline, first half and final, you can choose to receive each chapter once the writer has completed them. This can include the literature review, analysis of findings, methodology, and discussion and conclusion – but ultimately it is up to you.

What Are The Challenges Of Writing A Dissertation?

Where to start? A dissertation is a mammoth task, and every step has its own difficulties and challenges, from creating a topic through to proofreading the finished work. Essentially, the biggest challenge of writing a full dissertation is that it is the most important piece of work you will complete at university, and for the majority of students it can be the difference between achieving the grade they want and falling just short.

Many students struggle with the length of dissertations and completing them before the deadline. This can be down to a range of academic and personal issues, and many students find this to be the most stressful time of their university experience. Your dissertation can make or break your degree and therefore have a huge impact on your career prospects, so it’s vital to get it right.

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2018-01-31T14:01:34+00:00

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2018-01-31T14:30:27+00:00

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2018-01-31T14:18:04+00:00

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2018-01-31T14:45:25+00:00

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2018-01-31T13:05:39+00:00

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2018-01-31T12:51:28+00:00

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2018-01-31T14:09:36+00:00

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2018-01-31T14:27:06+00:00

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‘I had been struggling writing the analysis of my findings. The guys from here helped me to change hypotheses and research questions and analyse data, so good results were found. With whom my teacher was much impressed.’

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Ray C

5.0
2018-01-31T15:03:06+00:00

Ray C

‘I had been struggling writing the analysis of my findings. The guys from here helped me to change hypotheses and research questions and analyse data, so good results were found. With whom my teacher was much impressed.’ Read More…  

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Emma D

‘had a good experience – ordered my dissertation from these guys – got it 2 days earlier, looks really good, professional. cannot complain’

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5.0
2018-01-31T14:56:08+00:00

Emma D

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Peter H

‘They are really helpful. I received decent help from ivory research with statistical work. I am weak in SPSS and ANOVA, which was required, and they helped me very efficiently. Would use them again.’

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Peter H

5.0
2018-01-31T13:46:23+00:00

Peter H

‘They are really helpful. I received decent help from ivory research with statistical work. I am weak in SPSS and ANOVA, which was required, and they helped me very efficiently. Would use them again.’ Read More… 

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Karen S

‘I opted for the literature review and was very pleased with the result, I have used a couple of these services from other companies but Ivory research is by far the best

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2018-01-31T14:43:20+00:00

Karen S

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Webb409

‘Ivoryresearch helped my group to create a presentation for our corporate strategy module. Our tutor gave us highest mark in the class.’

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2017-12-14T16:56:11+00:00

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‘Ivoryresearch helped my group to create a presentation for our corporate strategy module. Our tutor gave us highest mark in the class.’ Read More…

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Peter L

‘Ivoryresearch is an excellent site. I have used their services twice this year and am planning to use them for future too. Both times they have worked for us they did a great job, they were extremely helpful in editing and the changing. Thank you, would recommend.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T15:11:42+00:00

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‘Ivoryresearch is an excellent site. I have used their services twice this year and am planning to use them for future too. Both times they have worked for us they did a great job, they were extremely helpful in editing and the changing. Thank you, would recommend.’ Read More…

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Abel R

‘I liked the service very much! They are very professional and patient. The paper was sent to me before my deadline and I was very impressed with the quality.’

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Abel R

5.0
2018-01-31T12:29:41+00:00

Abel R

‘I liked the service very much! They are very professional and patient. The paper was sent to me before my deadline and I was very impressed with the quality.’ Read More…  

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Gavin D

‘Awesome experience with editing my dissertation. Lots of work needed to be done, mainly with SPSS and analysis. They helped me make sense of the stats, changed hypotheses and helped to resolve some contradicting points. All good’

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Gavin D

5.0
2018-01-31T15:24:45+00:00

Gavin D

‘Awesome experience with editing my dissertation. Lots of work needed to be done, mainly with SPSS and analysis. They helped me make sense of the stats, changed hypotheses and helped to resolve some contradicting points. All good’  Read More…

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‘Excellent work and fast respond in all of my requests. It was really a helpful experience. A great appreciation is well deserved.

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Abrar

5.0
2018-01-31T13:09:04+00:00

Abrar

‘Excellent work and fast respond in all of my requests. It was really a helpful experience. A great appreciation is well deserved.’ Read More…

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Owen C

‘I was struggling with an essay and it was expensive too. But, I got a very good paper. I also got good marks for this. I tried other companies before but they did not send me anything.’

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2017-12-14T16:53:41+00:00

Owen C

‘I was struggling with an essay and it was expensive too. But, I got a very good paper. I also got good marks for this. I tried other companies before but they did not send me anything.’  Read More…

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Georgios K

‘My dissertation was related to the Greek market and what I liked is that Ivory Research allocated the writer with an extensive Greek market knowledge’

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5.0
2018-01-31T14:51:48+00:00

Georgios K

‘My dissertation was related to the Greek market and what I liked is that Ivory Research allocated the writer with an extensive Greek market knowledge’ Read More…

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Christina T

‘The free dissertation topic service they have is worth trying they will do a dissertation for your topic for free I tried it twice and both times were remarkable. My dissertation is due in May, so I still have time to do it.’

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Christina T

5.0
2018-01-31T14:16:12+00:00

Christina T

‘The free dissertation topic service they have is worth trying they will do a dissertation for your topic for free I tried it twice and both times were remarkable. My dissertation is due in May, so I still have time to do it.’ Read More…

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Angie S

‘The paper was delivered 2 days before the deadline, I personally couldn’t find any flaw any it, next to perfect. Moreover their customer support is very helpful and understanding, unlike other essay companies’

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Angie S

5.0
2018-01-31T12:35:11+00:00

Angie S

‘The paper was delivered 2 days before the deadline, I personally couldn’t find any flaw any it, next to perfect. Moreover their customer support is very helpful and understanding, unlike other essay companies’ Read More…

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Larry Y

‘ helped my group to create a presentation. We also asked for scripts of what we should say. The presentation even contained some interactive elements and our tutor gave us highest mark in the class.’

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Larry Y

5.0
2018-01-31T13:56:24+00:00

Larry Y

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Noor

‘It is really, excellent, very clean, clear, organise and strong writing. Thank you so very much for great job.‘

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2018-01-31T13:04:03+00:00

Noor

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Lucy F

‘They prepared a brilliant presentation for my group 30 slides, they prepared them, gave us speech to say everything went really well, we got top mark in the class. Really worth the money.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T13:26:26+00:00

Lucy F

‘They prepared a brilliant presentation for my group 30 slides, they prepared them, gave us speech to say everything went really well, we got top mark in the class. Really worth the money.’ Read More…

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Ray C

‘I bought their full dissertation package and I couldn’t be happier with it. I had a nice experience and was happy to graduate after this term.’

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Ray C

5.0
2018-01-31T13:30:05+00:00

Ray C

‘I bought their full dissertation package and I couldn’t be happier with it. I had a nice experience and was happy to graduate after this term.’ Read More…

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Tony

‘My Writer was like Mirror Image of my thought and critical evaluating my assignment. I was running out of time to develop expanded content. He was an absolute genius!!’

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2018-01-31T14:21:11+00:00

Tony

‘My Writer was like Mirror Image of my thought and critical evaluating my assignment. I was running out of time to develop expanded content. He was an absolute genius!!’ Read More…  

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Frank Z

‘I needed an essay reviewing and amending. What surprised me is Ivory Research didn’t just focus on what I wrote or amend wording, they think out of the box and review the whole pic, to see what’s missing there and what content needs to be reinforced.’

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Frank Z

5.0
2018-01-31T15:14:28+00:00

Frank Z

‘I needed an essay reviewing and amending. What surprised me is Ivory Research didn’t just focus on what I wrote or amend wording, they think out of the box and review the whole pic, to see what’s missing there and what content needs to be reinforced.’ Read More…

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Yagmur Y

I asked for their help and they wrote wonderful essays. They used even more secondary sources than I asked them to use and helped me get better grades than I expected.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T14:36:09+00:00

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I asked for their help and they wrote wonderful essays. They used even more secondary sources than I asked them to use and helped me get better grades than I expected.’ Read More…

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Lisa H

‘The paper was sent to me before my deadline and I was very impressed with the quality.’

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2018-01-31T12:58:40+00:00

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Oliver C

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2018-01-31T13:53:27+00:00

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‘The paper was delivered 2 days before the deadline, I personally couldn’t find any flaw any it, next to perfect. Moreover their customer support is very helpful and understanding, unlike other essay companies.‘

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2018-01-31T13:02:07+00:00

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‘I really like their audio papers – its true what they say, after listening few times it kind of get stored in your brain. And they write your own one. My grades have improved.’

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2017-12-20T10:47:12+00:00

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2018-01-31T14:40:59+00:00

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Rosa A

‘I had 2 exams falling on one day, so I ordered exam notes from them to help me revise and prepare – these were really helpful to read 24 hours before, then 12 hours before and then just before exam – special method that works!’

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5.0
2018-01-31T14:37:44+00:00

Rosa A

‘I had 2 exams falling on one day, so I ordered exam notes from them to help me revise and prepare – these were really helpful to read 24 hours before, then 12 hours before and then just before exam – special method that works!’ Read More…

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James A

‘I gave them my most difficult assignment on SPSS, they have done a great job and I managed to do my other assignments myself. SPSS is really hard’

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5.0
2018-01-31T15:07:35+00:00

James A

‘I gave them my most difficult assignment on SPSS, they have done a great job and I managed to do my other assignments myself. SPSS is really hard’  Read More…

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Viola C

‘I needed my report to look professional and really appealing, I contacted them, they really helped me, now I have a great report and the timing is great too, thank you :)’

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2018-01-31T14:50:04+00:00

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2018-01-31T13:41:59+00:00

Sing L

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Alla

‘I urgently needed my dissertation to be proofread, I only had 8 hours to finish it. I was shocked to see how many changes were made. My dissertation looked much more professional and I was happy with their work.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T15:20:13+00:00

Alla

‘I urgently needed my dissertation to be proofread, I only had 8 hours to finish it. I was shocked to see how many changes were made. My dissertation looked much more professional and I was happy with their work.’ Read More…

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Mithila J

‘I received good help from ivory research with statistics work – my SPSS skills are not great, and ANOVA was required, so they helped me – very efficient. Would use them again.’

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Mithila J

5.0
2018-01-31T13:37:53+00:00

Mithila J

‘I received good help from ivory research with statistics work – my SPSS skills are not great, and ANOVA was required, so they helped me – very efficient. Would use them again.’ Read More… 

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Loris D

‘I received an A grade, my professor called me up and personally congratulated me in front of the class which is a big deal.’

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2018-01-31T12:47:41+00:00

Loris D

‘I received an A grade, my professor called me up and personally congratulated me in front of the class which is a big deal.’ Read More…

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‘My friend advised me to go over there and choose them for writing some statistical analysis about something. I got the code, ’10x’ from him which allowed me a 10% discount as well. I was so satisfied with them.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T15:05:39+00:00

Dale W

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Linda R

‘Ordered a free dissertation topic from them, and they did a really good job.‘

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2018-01-31T15:09:03+00:00

Linda R

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2018-01-31T13:23:48+00:00

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Fukue Y

“They wrote me a nice paper. Combined many examples to illustrate the problem encountered in contemporary business model. They asked me many questions, and perfected it to make it more in line with our paper standards”

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Fukue Y

5.0
2018-02-02T12:54:10+00:00

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‘I did a bit of looking around to make sure I could find the best company for the job. I picked Ivory Research because their writers are all very well-educated. Plus, the price was perfect’

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5.0
2018-01-31T15:01:41+00:00

Natalie M

‘I did a bit of looking around to make sure I could find the best company for the job. I picked Ivory Research because their writers are all very well-educated. Plus, the price was perfect’ Read More…

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5.0
2018-01-31T14:33:09+00:00

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A true example of customer satisfaction. Order a full dissertation and very pleased with my work.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T13:10:38+00:00

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Johnny

‘My writer provided an excellent service; great research, well-structured writing and delivered ahead of schedule. Really couldn’t believe the high quality of work done. Would definitely use the service again.’

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Johnny

5.0
2018-01-31T13:12:58+00:00

Johnny

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‘Its really too hard to study in foreign language and if you have to go home regularly then it will be twice hard. But they solved this problem. Thank you for helping me in the most difficult work.’

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5.0
2018-01-31T12:56:32+00:00

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        Why is it important to come up with good narrative essay writing topics?

        In most occasions, when students have a task to write a narrative essay, they chose between two options: to use the topic that their tutor proposed or to come up with their own topic. The success of topic choice determines the success of the whole essay. In the event that you cannot do it yourself, college essay help from the best writers you can find here.

        No matter what piece of writing you are assigned at your institution, the complete paper must be interesting to read. More important is to choose an essay topic that you will be interested in writing with passion.

        A narrative essay writing is the only genre of academic writing that allows the writer to expand his imagination and creativity on the fullest. While writing this type of essay you can omit strict structure regulations. That is why students like this essay sub-genre the most.

         

        But the freedom of choice can become a challenge for essay writers. When you are allowed to write anything from your experience, you can stuck on idea deficiency. Some students use the first idea that comes in their head and work on it, but the result is not successful. Because the narrative essay topic must both be appealing to you can interesting to the audience who will read it. So, to give you the basis for topic consideration we provide a list of best ideas for narrative essays. They are organized in subtopics for your convenience. We also give a brief description of each subtopic the make you clearly realize what to write.

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        Narrative essay topic ideas

        1. Experience

        Typically, an aim of the narrative essay is to teach you how to tell about your experiences in a literary manner. So, to write a good essay you have to brainstorm all thoughts concerning your life experiences. It can be both negative and positive examples. Try to describe them in as many details as possible to attract readers attention.

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        • The most embarrassing experience of your life.
        • Tell about a frightening experience that you had.
        • An experience that showed you real life values.
        • An experience that taught me you to appreciate life more.
        • An experience that helped me to fight cowardice.

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          2. Childhood

          A childhood is a period of bright impressions and first experiences. As children are naive and sincere, they have a tendency to get involved in ridiculous situations. We are sure that you have something interesting to tell about your childhood years. Let the next topic ideas call your memories of situations from childhood that can make a good basis for your narrative essay writing.

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          • Write about a time when you got hurt on the playground. What happened?
          • Tell about a childhood experience that helped you to grow up.
          • Did you have a memorable birthday party? Share about what made it memorable.
          • Whom you dreamed to be when you were a kid?
          • What was your favorite game in childhood and why?

          3. School years

          The school is a path to the adulthood. A person gets essential knowledge and experience there. School years present challenges that contribute to the development of personality. Your school experience and the challenges you overcame are unique. That is why if you write about studying at a school in your narrative essay you have a chance to be original.

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          • What was/is your favorite subject t school and why?
          • Did some teachers happen to become your role models? Show some examples.
          • Tell about first time you took part in mass school event
          • The most disastrous event happened at the lesson
          • Tell about a teacher you would like to be a friend with

           4. Relationships

          The life of every person is closely connected with relationships. Everybody has personal memories of family, friends and beloved people. Your story about them will always have a private character, so if you are asked to write a narrative essay, relationships is an eternal source of unique ideas.

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          • Write about friendship breakup you experienced.
          • A person you are afraid to lose the most.
          • An occasion when you experienced a rejection.
          • A comic or ridiculous misunderstanding with another person.
          • Tell about the worst quarrel with parents.

          5. Morality

          In every country, people obey legal laws. But there are other laws that regulate people’s lives on a larger scale. They are laws of ethics and morality. Morality has an array of unsolved issues, the solution on which usually presents a choice. Either to do something and keep to rules of ethics, or do the opposite and violate these rules. Essay morality topics are a successful choice because they are always of immediate interest.

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          • An example of difficult decision you had to make.
          • An example of rebellion act from your life.
          • Tell about morality problems that bother you and why.
          • A negative example of cowardice.
          • Tell about something you find your personal morality challenge.

          7. Interests

          Your interests determine the manner of everything that you create. Usually, the sphere of personal interests consists of hobbies and things that attract the person. To write a narrative essay about your interests ask yourself “What do I enjoy doing?” , “What music do I like to listen”, “How do I prefer to spend my free time?”. It is one of the topics about which you can write with passion. Mind that people enjoy reading texts written passionately.

          • Tell about the movie you watched that impressed you significantly.
          • Tell about the song that usually touches you emotionally.
          • What talent have you always wanted to have and why?
          • With which book character do you associate yourself?
          • If you were a director, what movie do you want to shot?

          8. Traveling

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          Every spot in the world has a story. When you have a trip, the very stage of it is filled with impressions. No matter how many times people visited the seaside or mountains. You have your own journey and you have impressions of it. Why not share it with your readers? Narrative essay format allows you to write even the second Odyssey. Briefly, of course.

          • Tell about your first visit to the countryside (or large city, depending on where you from).
          • Your favorite transport for traveling.
          • Without what things in your suitcase you cannot imagine any trip?
          • Where would you like to travel if you had a solid sum of money?
          • What is the best place for vacation?

           

          9. Student life

          Life in college differs from school years. It is more adventurous and enriched with impressions. You are introduced to new people, subjects, a system of education and living conditions. So, it is a great basis for various epic stories! Starting from situations that happen particularly in college and life twists that tend to occur only during the student years. Student years are considered to be the best in the lifetime, why not to write about them in your narrative essay?

          • Tell about the most exhausting exam.
          • Speak about the lecture that put much impression on you.
          • Tell about the first day you moved in a dorm.
          • What was the most impressive hang-out during your college years?
          • Tell about what made feel depressed in college.

          10. Imagine if…

          In narrative essay topic that starts with the words “Imagine If…” usually require creating a story that is possible from your point of view in future. This subtopic is one of the most popular among the students. Because it allows them to make up everything they wish. The entire freedom of imagination!

          • Imagine if you had a time machine. What time would you travel?
          • Imagine if you were an animal. What animal would you like to be and why?
          • Imagine if you were born in another country. Where would you like to be born and why?
          • Imagine if you were filthy rich. On what would you spend your money?
          • Imagine if you were a comic book character. What superpower would you like to have and why?

          I have chosen the topic for my narrative essay. What’s next?

          After the moment you found the most appealing essay topic for your writing , you must study carefully the instructions from your institution. Be aware of the size it has to be and start writing the narrative essay outline . Also, check out next writing tips, that will ease the writing process.

          Tips on narrative essay writing:

          1. Focus on specific details that are essential to cover the topic. Try to avoid mentioning irrelevant for the topic information.

          2. Do not lie or embellish facts. Dig deep into your experience. Readers value the sincerity.

          3. Connect your ideas. Use transition words to make your text coherent and easy to read.

          4. Do not omit the conclusion. No matter what your topic is, you write a narrative essay to state what did you get from the experience.

          5. Write in such a manner, that you will be interested to read it. If you won’t like reading it, the text does not worth the attention of the audience.

          6. See the limits of your writing. It is obvious that you can tell much about your experience, but you must not overload the reader with information.

          7. Be creative. In the narrative essay, you can write in the first person and use different stylistic devices.

          8. Follow instructions of your tutor attentively. Because even being a flexible writing genre, the narrative essay needs to be written according to stated patterns.

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          Managing the demands of both work and personal life has become an important challenge facing most people today, and there has emerged a growing focus on workplace policies geared toward enhanced work/ personal life balance. During the span of the past quarter to half century, rapid change in the composition of the family unit, the nature of work, and the function of the worker have together made the concept of work/personal life balance increasingly popular. Yet, settling on a universal or decided definition of work/personal life balance has proven to be an elusive goal of researchers, managers, and employees. This is because the term balance does not necessarily indicate that equal amounts of time and effort are dedicated to the demands of both areas of responsibility. Defining what effectively constitutes work/personal life balance has nevertheless become the source of much inquiry throughout the workplace and among the workforce.

          One reason for this relatively recent phenomenon is that work life and personal life had been historically treated as independent areas of study. Plenty of social science, business, and related literature regarded work and personal life, or “home life,” as two separate domains in which an individual could function productively in one domain without undue influence from or on the other domain. But by the mid-to-late 20th century, this concept was increasingly eroded by theories that argued for a link between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in people’s work and personal lives.

          Although there exist various models of work/personal life balance, they generally accept that work has an impact on home life and vice versa. Among one strand of assumptions is that what occurs in one domain can positively or negatively influence—or “spill over” to—the experiences, behaviors, and attitudes in the other domain. A similar, though separate, set of research proposes that any needs, experiences, pleasures, and the like that lack in one domain could be compensated for in the other domain. An additional model advocates that one domain is a means by which to facilitate or obtain effects in the other domain. This model finds its philosophical underpinnings in the works of John Dewey, Émile Durkheim, and Robert Merton, who largely claimed that a certain environment or things within an environment can be used as tools to achieve an outcome or solve a problem in another environment. For instance, work could serve as a means to achieving a certain standard of living or quality of life. Examples aside, yet another model views work/personal life balance as a “conflict.” This suggests that the norms of both highly demanding domains are incompatible to a point that the individual must make sacrifices in one domain to satisfy requirements in the other domain.

          While such models of work/personal life balance differ to some extent, they each seek to provide an understanding of the relationships and causes and responses that result in whatever balance between the work and home-life domains. But where research to support these propositions exists, the efforts to confirm or refute such models have not yielded consistent results because application of each model is rather contingent on the range of individual and situational factors within the numberless workplaces. So it is that another branch of literature, which has examined the boundaries between work and personal life, could contribute to a better understanding of work/ personal life balance. The frameworks from this body of knowledge convey the substance of the many roles that an individual is likely to juggle between work and personal life.

          Today, many individuals conceive the border between work and personal life across a personally established continuum. Some people choose to allocate most of their time and effort to work whereas others focus more on personal life; a good many seek to invest highly in both roles. Different workplaces have their own sets of cultures, patterns, and processes, which means they each give varying degrees of purpose and respect to the employee. For example, one workplace may reward long hours and self-neglect, while the values of its competitor may be diametrically opposed; such dimensions could well be the case even among departments in the same organization. Yet, even in places where the demands of work-related tasks and responsibilities are clear, formal lines between work and personal life remain ambiguous. For instance, when does commuting time to and from work fall under the work domain versus the personal life domain? When does reading a newspaper constitute a work or personal life activity? When does volunteer work in the local community correspond to one’s work rather than personal life pursuits?

          The growing confusion over the work/personal life relationship has been attributed to a number of social transformations, including a marked increase in the number of dual-earning families and an increase in the number of single-parent households. Much of contemporary society has in numerous ways shied away from the traditional family life in which males gave precedence to work over home-life demands, leaving the female partner to tend to home-life demands and to adapt any career pursuits accordingly. Such relatively new social factors have had a permeable and significant impact on the global workforce, and have led to an upheaval in the establishment and management of work/personal life boundaries.

          That there tends to be an effective incompatibility between the frequency, intensity, and time commitment across people’s work and personal life roles means achieving a precise definition of work/personal life balance is a stable and complex challenge. Although research and insight into this and similar workforce issues is being consistently developed throughout the world, what is already known underscores the importance of considering individual differences in the context of balancing work and personal life.

          Bibliography:

          1. T. Bond et al., The 2002 National Study of the Changing Workforce (Families and Work Institute, 2002);
          2. E. Champoux, “Perceptions of Work and Nonwork: A Reexamination of the Compensatory and Spillover Models,” Sociology of Work and Occupations (1978);
          3. James G. Clawson, Balancing Your Life Executive Lessons for Work, Family and Self (World Scientific, 2009);
          4. F. Drucker, The New Realities (Transaction Publishers, 2003);
          5. M. Kanter, Work and Family in the United States: A Critical Review and Agenda for Research and Policy (Russell Sage Foundation, 1977);
          6. “Work-Life Balance: Readers Opine on How to Get a Life,” BusinessWeek (v.36, 2008);
          7. Zedeck and K. Mosier, “Work in the Family and Employing Organization,” American Psychologist (v.45/2, 1990);
          8. Zemke et al., Generations at Work: Managing the Clash of Veterans, Boomers, Xers, and Nexters in Your Workplace (American Management Association, 2000).

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          by Charles Crawford – Updated September 26, 2017

          Business planning is vital for health care organizations.

          A business plan describes a company’s product or service, discusses its market and introduces the management team and key employees. It discusses the competitive situation and what effort and funding are needed to bring the product or service to market. A section presents the current financial situation and projects the company’s financial expectations, going out usually three to five years. Business plans are essential tools for startups and for periodic reviews by established companies.

          Executive Summary

          This two- or three-page section should contain the most important information about the company. To ensure that it includes the necessary information, the executive summary should be written last. Quite often, executive summaries are used in the company’s marketing program. For example, a medical billing company might include its executive summary in the material it gives to the medical practices that are its potential customers.

          Products or Services

          This is where the reader learns in some detail about the products or services that the company is offering. A home health care business would describe its services in this section–outlining the kinds of care it provides to patients at home, how it interacts with the patient’s doctor and the qualifications of its personnel. Manufacturers of medical equipment would place images and product descriptions in this section.

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          The Market

          In this section, a physical therapy business could explain why it is changing its business from a home-based situation to one where it will be located in the heart of the business district. The company could show statistical proof that many potential clients who are working full time still require short-term physical therapy in a setting that is convenient to the workplace. The company should include information about its competitors.

          Regulatory

          It is appropriate for a health care business to have a separate section in its business plan about the regulatory environment in which it operates. A nursing home would discuss its relationship to state health care authorities and any other regulators. It would be appropriate to discuss the facility’s track record with respect to inspections and regulatory compliance.

          Legal

          This section is where the company should describe any pertinent legal matters. If, for example, the company is a medical equipment manufacturer and it or any of its principals holds patents that apply to the business, those patents should be described in this section. If the company is a party to any material litigation, it should be disclosed in this section.

          Financial

          This section normally contains historical and current financial information as well as projections for the next three to five years. The extent of the financial information depends on the type of company and its purpose in writing the plan. A hospital group seeking long-term municipal financing for a new hospital, for example, would need to present extensive financial information to city officials, banks and other lenders.

          Management

          This section, which normally appears last, should contain biographical summaries of the company’s management team, directors and key employees. If the company is a manufacturer of medical imaging equipment, it should include its leading scientific and technical staff members in this section. The biographical summaries should describe the person’s business background, education and responsibilities in the company.

          References

          • Bplans: Free Medical and Health Care Business Plans
          • Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania: Wharton’s 2010 Business Plan Competition

          Resources

          • Business Plan for a Health Care Staffing Agency

          About the Author

          Charles Crawford, a former commercial banker, has been a business writer in New York since 1990. He has produced marketing materials for an executive outplacement firm, written the quarterly newsletter of a medical nonprofit organization and created financing proposals/business plans. Crawford holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Science in international affairs from Florida State University.

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