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text 2018-12-27 12:29
How online class help can help you secure an ‘A’ in your examinations for the year 2018-2019!!

If you were to ask a student nowadays, that what is that one thing you dread the most about your academic life, complains about the syllabus is not the answer you will be getting.

It is highly probable that the student is going to condemn the assignments that they get. And, it is true because of the tight deadlines that they get within which they have to submit their works.

If it were not for tools like MYMathLab Answer most of them would not even be able to submit their homework on time, let alone their assignments.

 

Therefore, let’s go through some tips that can help you earn an ‘A’:

Follow the basic structure of starting with an introduction followed by a body to illustrate your creativity, and ending with a conclusion that drives home your point of view.

 

  •        Make sure you understand exactly what is required of the assignment.
  •        Use metaphors and similes as much as possible, as it helps making your project more appealing.
  •        Be careful while using idioms, as a wrong one would alter the meaning of what you really want to convey.
  •        Each paragraph should demonstrate a particular idea, and all the following paragraphs should be connected to each other.
  •        Check for mistakes and if necessary use tools to eliminate any grammatical errors.
  •        Lastly, after you are done with your projects, read it from the reader’s point of view.

If you think that the work is not up to the mark you can always take the help of online professionals who are always ready to help you.

However, there is a glitch. And it lies in the fact that the majority of students who suffer from this seemingly insurmountable pressure are those who have taken up Mathematics or Statistics as their subject for higher education (not to undermine students of other disciplines!).

For these students, MyMathLab Answer and other similar portals are like God-send!

 

Given below are some ways by which such portals help students:  

  • By saving your precious time

The experts working for these websites acknowledge the fact that your time precious, especially when it comes to submitting assignments.

It is for this reason that these experts use portals like mystatlab answers, where they provide solutions instantly to the toughest of statistical problems.

It is mainly because of these websites that students like you can focus on your examinations without having to worry too much about assignments, as timely submission of these projects are bound to get you good grades.

 

  • By being at your service all the time

Let us take the example of nursing assignments.

According to a current study more than 37.6% of all nursing students have to dropout each year because of their inability to submit their work on time.

Portals like take my online class are more than capable of neutralizing this problem by providing quality online class help at a time of convenience, during the assignment preparation phase.

 

  • Minimal mistakes in the contents

Nearly 97.9% of these websites are genuine and creates content that are not only of the highest standard but is also free from any kind of grammatical or spelling errors.

Rigorous research goes into every assignment, and repeated proof readings are done to ensure that no facts are out of place and are correct to the best of their knowledge.

 

By providing services at the minimal of rates

This is another aspect by which each of these websites showcases their concern for each student.

They make sure to give the best of services at the lowest possible prices, so as to make sure that no excess financial pressure falls upon the students.

It is heartening indeed to see that they are aware of the fact that college loans are a burden unto itself, for which many students are even forced to do part-time jobs.

Now, let’s look at some reasons for the rapid rise in the use of such websites!

 

Some reasons why students choose online class help services:

Nearly all youngsters, at some point of their higher studies, have taken the help of a portal like MyMathLab Answer to sort out their homework issues.

Here are some reasons for students relying on online websites:

 

  • Online class help for more than 100 subjects

Portals like take my online class covers a wide range of subjects and also holds the capability to provide assistance with different kinds of assignments like dissertations, thesis, essay writing, case studies and more.

It also provides help with subjects like accountancy, finance, mathematics, biology, engineering, English, and many more.

 

  • Referencing done as per the student demand

Experts working on an assignment make sure that the referencing style and template are followed strictly according to what was prescribed by the student.

You do not have to worry about the word count of the reference list as it is exempted from the content-body. Hence, you can get full value for your money.

Even many portals allow students to send the actual referencing list that they want the writers to follow.

 

  • Revisions as many times you want

To ensure students get the best possible assignment, repeated revisions are carried out until the student is content with the material of the project.

On some exceptional cases, these amendments are done free of cost.

 

  • Quick and efficient work

It is inevitable for students of any subject to become reluctant and leave most of the work for the end. This, in turn, gives them panic attacks and cold sweats, as they realize that time is up!

However, with the advent of online assignment help services, you no longer have to worry in such a situation.

Most of these sites provide services where they can complete an assignment within a period of 2-3 days.

 

  • Money-back guarantee if standards are not met

If even after the use of tools like mystatlab answers and many other similar portals which helps these guys to complete your homework, you are not satisfied with the outcome, then you can always request the work to be handed over to another expert.

This service is provided free of cost by most of the websites, and some of them even guarantees your money back if you do not get the desired results.

 

Priority is given to confidentiality

Orders given are closely guarded so that no search engine can track an order to these websites. They also never publish any finished project, so that your work remains secret and no one can copy from your work. Therefore, if you have already gone through the article, then there is no need to panic if you are unable to deal with your assignments.

 

These websites doesn’t only have the credibility but also the manpower needed to tackle any project that comes along their way.

 

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review 2018-11-25 19:02
Closed Time-like Curves: “Brief Answers to the Big Questions” by Stephen Hawking
Brief Answers to the Big Questions - Stephen Hawking


“Is there any point in hosting a party for time travelers? Would you hope anyone would turn up?
Hawking’s answer: In 2009 I held a party for time travelers in my college, Gonville and Caius in Cambridge, for a film about time travel. To ensure that only genuine time travelers came, I didn’t send out the invitation until after the party. On the day of the party, I sat in college, hoping but no one came. I was disappointed, but not surprised, because I had shown that if general relativity is correct and energy density is positive, time travel is not possible. I would have been delighted if one of my assumptions had turned out to be wrong.”

In “Brief Answers to the Big Questions – The Final Book” by Stephen Hawking.



I'm not really asking a question - a lot of what Hawking talks about really isn't even theoretically testable. Theoretical physics does tend in that direction - often it talks about ideas that are not testable yet, and may not be for a long time, or which are mathematical speculation as much as observation.

 

 

If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review.

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text 2018-09-11 11:05
OT: 40 Questions and Answers

1. Is trust a big issue for you?
Yes
2. What is the last beverage you had?
Since tap water and mineral water probably don’t count, I’ll say tea.
3. Do you own a pair of skinny jeans?
Haha. No.
4. Do you think you’ll change in the next three months?
Yes.
5. Who do you feel most comfortable talking to?
My sister.
6. The last time you felt broken?
Sadly enough almost all the time.
7. Are you in a good mood?
At the moment yes, at least in an ok mood.
8. Are your eyes the same color as your dad’s?
My dad is dead, but yes. 
9. Is your current hair color your natural hair color?
Yes, but I’m considering dyeing it blue or green.
10. What was the last thing that made you laugh?
My children’s antics. 
11. Do you really truly miss someone right now?
Yes, my maternal grand parents, my dad and my aunt.
12. Are you one of those people who never drinks soda?
Yes.
13. Do you ever write in pencil anymore?
In the past years, not for a long time, but actually this past year, I’ve been making some notes about my children and my nieces in a very cute calendar.
14. Do you believe in love at first sight?
Yes.
15. Who did you last call?
My mother.
16. Did you hug/kiss one of your parents today?
No. I don’t get along with my mother.
17. Who was the last person to call you?
Probably my sister.
18. Ever use a bow and arrow?
Yes.
19. Last time you had a portrait taken by a photographer?
When my sister graduated from high school. I didn’t want to be in the photos and looked grumpy in them.
20. Is Christmas stressful?
Yes.
21. Have you ever had a pierogi?
Yes. I hope that’s the correct spelling. I found these questions on Tumblr.
22. Favorite type of fruit pie?
I mostly have apple pie so I’ll pick that.
23. Occupations you wanted to be as a kid.
Archaeologist, astronaut (lol).
24. Do you believe in ghosts?
I’m not sure.
25. Ever had a déja vu feeling?
Yes, many times.
26. Do you take a vitamin every day?
Yes. Vitamin B12. I had a deficiency and nearly died.
27. Have you ever taken dancing lessons?
Yes, classical ballet. Not seriously, just simple dancing for small children. But I did get to play the king in Sleeping Beauty at the end of term.
28. Is there a profession you picture your future spouse having?
I’ve been thinking about that a lot. It’s hard to guess at an unlikely future, unfortunately, but maybe an archivist, librarian, teacher, architect or engineer.
29. Can you curl your tongue?
Yes.
30. Have you ever won a spelling bee?
We don’t have them but I might have won if we did. When we had spelling tests I usually aced them. Not that I want to boast about it. School was really bad for me. Like in a really good Swedish song: ’real life killed me on the school bus’. It was like that except I never went on a school bus. For me it should be in the school yard or in the class room.
31. Do you study better with or without music? 
Without.
32. Have you ever been in love?
Yes.
33. Hot tea or cold tea?
Hot tea. 
34. Tea or coffee?
Tea.
35. Can you swim well?
I used to but I haven’t done it in a long time. They say those skills don’t last.
36. Can you hold your breath without holding your nose?
Of course.
37. Are you patient?
Yes.
38. Have you ever won a contest?
Yes, an art contest in high school.
39. Black or green olives?
Black.
40. Do you want to get married?
Yes, if I could find ’Mr Right’.

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review 2018-08-22 18:06
All The Answers
All the Answers - Michael Kupperman
I failed to see the humor that was described on the cover of this novel and what many individuals witnesses while reading this graphic novel. What I found while reading was a sad, moving story about an adult son who longed to know more about his aging father. I don’t know who I felt more compassion for after reading this graphic novel, Michael or Joel, as they both had faced some hardships during their lifetime.
 
The novel begins with Michael revisiting his childhood home. He’s on a mission, searching for something in his father’s study. He doesn’t know exactly what it is that he is searching for, but once he finds it, he knows that his search will be over.
 
Michael reminisces about his childhood and his current family life while he searches. Finally, Michael discovers some deteriorating scrapbooks hidden in his father’s study, his search is over. Michael has always wanted to know about his father’s childhood but his father has never wanted to talk about it. As adults, Joel finally agrees to talk to Michael but as they sit down and talk, Joel’s mind doesn’t recall many memories. Joel does remember that he didn’t feel like a genius which I thought was amazing after realizing he was on the show more than ten years. Michael still has many questions for his father that need answers and he reaches for the scrapbooks for answers.
 
It was entertaining how much information his grandmother included in the scrapbooks. I never realized how big prodigies were, back in the day. What his grandma was doing, was setting him up for stardom.
 
This book was a wakeup call for me to Joel and to what was actually happening on this show. Joel became the Quiz Kid, the most famous prodigy in America and possibly the world, just by being on this radio show. He was enjoying the fame and the stardom at first and then, the excitement died down yet Joel continued being on the show. Joel was the exception on this show and as I read, I began to wonder, why was he and for whom?
 
Joel seemed to have his own explanation for why things went the way they did for him. It made sense and it was sad that they used a child for this purpose. Michael does his research on what his father says and he begins to fully understand his own father. It’s sad that it’s taken all these years for them to see eye-to-eye. Even after quitting the show, Joel didn’t get to live a normal life, his days of being “normal” were over.
 
I felt that this graphic novel painted a picture for me, it showed me the story and gave me some details but now I want more. I felt some details were left out, details that I need to fully understand the whole story. This graphic novel was printed on cardstock paper which made it a very heavy, well-constructed novel. I enjoyed the illustrations, they weren’t too detailed but enough to describe the story.

 

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review 2018-06-24 06:48
Pluto Is Peeved
Pluto Is Peeved: An ex-planet searches for answers - Jacqueline Jules

One of the most stupid decisions of all time is was of course to demote Pluto from planet to dwarf planet. Cixin Liu’s SF series even suggests it will still be spoken of in 200 years! I for one, strongly feel for Pluto, so when I came across this little booklet in which Pluto searches for answers and struggles with the anxiety caused by the sudden change, I just had to read it.

It was a cutesy little book. Pluto, in a Science Museum, is looking why people would be investigating lots of things instead of him. Along the way he discovers that in science people have to changes ideas when new evidence arrives (think Galilei), and makes some friends. As a scientist I totally agree, as a person I feel for Pluto. Luckily its demotion doesn’t mean it will no longer be studied.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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