Samples "College"

College

The concept of defining and thoroughly addressing a purpose in scholarly writing is of utter importance. As with any type of writing, narrowing down the purpose is integral to forming thoughts and conclusions. Furthermore, defining a purpose enables a writer to brainstorm and adequately address the all the topics and...

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My academic performance in college has been very poor and I am truly sorry for this. My performance was affected by a neurological/psychological condition I suffer from. I was diagnosed with depression at the age of 14. I had developed the condition because my parents treated me differently from my...

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Attendance is often a dicey subject. A number of questions pertaining to school attendance often crop up: Do students who skip class get failing grades, and if so, is there a direct correlation between skipping class and doing poorly academically? How should teachers respond to poor class attendance? Should they...

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My name is Aneta Toma, I was born and brought up in Iraq, and since the time of all the troubles there, my parents had to go through a great ordeal in order send my sisters and myself to America where can live in safety. I have been resident here...

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It was during my third year of college that both of my parents were diagnosed with coronary artery disease. I still remember the fear I felt as I accompanied each of them to their appointments. To my great relief, my dad did not require surgery, but was put in several...

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Success in college depends on many different conditions, some of which are out of a student’s control. Even so, there are still a number of controllable factors that students can recognize for success in college. Success in college is not limited to academic performance. Many students earn average grades, but...

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Over the next four years, college students will face the same challenges they do now, which are increasing tuition costs resulting in large amounts of student loan debt and a saturated workforce. Job prospects are minimal, and many graduates end up living with their parents during lengthy job searches or...

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The world today presents several challenges for people who want to make it in careers. Ultimately the professional workplace is challenging in that it sometimes fails to value those individuals who are older and lack credentials. While they may believe that years of experience should count just the same as...

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It is a common cliché in the popular discourse that education is of crucial importance to social advancement and personal development. Often, when such claims are made, the allusion will be to the importance of post-secondary education and the attainment of a college degree. However, is there some substance to...

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