My most recent video is a tag video. My "so called" reader problems!
Professors want to see that students present papers with the proper format.
Professors have spent thousands of hours staring and reading numerous printed pages, so they know when you submit a paper not well formatted. And as a rescue student can pay someone to write a paper to be sure about its quality.
Let’s just say they’ve got an eagle eye for this sort of things and would be displeased when the standard formatting rule is violated. Violating or not using the proper formatting guidelines shows a lack of understanding and un-seriousness which professors detest.
When using Microsoft Word, professors want to see that the document's margins, font, page numbers, and alignment are properly done. The paragraph spacing and formatting style should also be adhered to strictly. When professors give out instructions with regards to formatting, they want to see that those instructions are followed strictly.Indeed, writing papers for a living is a great work for college students. To professors, when students submit wrongly formatted documents, it is a sign that they are trying to play some tricks on them.
If one of the requirements of the assignment is to use appropriate formatting or academic writing style then neglecting it will cost you some valuable marks. If you are told to use the APA paper formatting and style, for example, professors want to see that you did follow the guidelines and wrote your academic paper using the APA style throughout.
The Very British Problems continue, except abroad. If you're familiar with the Twitter account and especially if you're familiar with the first book then you'll know what this one's about. Wisely Temple gives a different spin on this one, focusing on what it's like to go abroad for vacation (holiday).
There are some funny observations, some that will make you cringe in sympathy, some not so fun. Along with the similar illustrations of the first book. And so forth.
There really isn't anything new. I suppose what I really appreciated was that Temple includes what it's like at the office before and after the trips and dealing with the issues of pre and post holiday. Office culture often pops up in his tweets so this was nice to see.
Not much more to say about it. Again, not sure if these observations popped up in his tweets but if you're followed VBP for any amount of time there isn't much that is out of "character." I wanted to support the author though and it's not available at the local library. Recommend a bargain buy or borrow if you can find it.
I know I have like 6 book reviews to write but I seriously can't stop binge reading the Charley Davidson books right now! These books are addictive! A little bit of mystery, a little romance, a little supernatural, a little humor, a little action and a lot of fun! And all those things are really more than just a little.
For my taste, Ash and Quill was the best book that I read during the month of August. No surprise, it features a library, the Library of Alexandria to be exact, in a dystopian world with library scholars as the heroes (and villains).
But I have to also mention Boundary Problems, a book of speculative fiction short stories. I've met the author and hope to see him again at some conference in the future so I can tell him how much I enjoyed this little volume.
And now, friends, I am almost done my summer fluff reading and will be starting on my Halloween Bingo books over the long weekend!
Let the games begin!