How to write an essay

How to Write an Essay

Every time a writer receives an assignment or order to write a custom essay, there are several important components of this assignment that he or she considers at first place. First of all, the type of a custom essay requested, then a topic which has particular characteristics for each essay type and then the format of an essay that is required by the essay type.
For instance, if a writer is assigned to write a literary analysis essay, which will mean that the essay should include the writer’s critical review, evaluation, of a specific literature piece. Most of evaluation criteria may be personal as well as referred to another writer or critique. However, whichever evaluation criteria used in literature analysis review it will beneficial to back-up one’s critique or statements by citations or references to the original literature piece.
A dependability of a topic on essay type can be demonstrated on example of a narrative essay topic such as ‘My summer holidays in London’, ‘How I sent first e-mail in my life’ etc. As one can notice the topic is directly related to the writer’s own experience and stories, which is exactly what the narrative essay is all about.
Finally, the format a custom essay should be in is also dependent on essay type requested. For instance, argumentative essay format should firstly include a main statement/argument on a topic, which then should be verified by valid and reliable data derived from proper research the writer conducted in the subject area.
In conclusion, to write a good custom essay, the topic of an essay should be specific and relevant to the type of an essay and then the format should also be guided by essay type. So, first of all, a writer should identify what essay type the custom essay is requested to be written in and then proceed with following writing steps.

Back to school checklist

Back to School Checklist

Many American children are starting back to school soon, and no matter how young or old they may be: There is always a long list of items that must be purchased in preparation. This list is an overview of the basic stuff most kids need – whether they’re starting kindergarten or college.

1. Backpacks and bags: Attending school usually involves keeping track of books, papers, pens and more. So carrying bags are a must. Younger children prefer backpacks, and many cute ones are available just about anywhere these days.

If your children are a bit older – particularly in junior high or high school – be sure to get rugged, durable backpacks that will last. These older kids carry very heavy loads sometimes, and it helps to spend a little extra money for backpacks right at the beginning of the year. I’ve found that hiking backpacks work best for high school students, because they have large carrying capacities and they’re quite strong and durable. Buying these types of backpacks will ensure they last through the entire school season, instead of having to be replaced halfway through the year.

College bound students might prefer laptop and gadget bags, sling bags, messenger or duffle bags instead.

2. Paper Supplies: This includes notebook paper, spiral notebooks, pocket folders and binders among other things. Most kids need all of these from the time they start first or second grade, though the needs get heavier as the children get older. Younger children might need art paper and older children might need graph paper, so the needs vary slightly but the basics tend to stay the same.

High School honor students and college bound students will also need special books, and these usually need to be purchased. Book covers are also useful for all grades.

3. Writing Tools: Pens and pencils are generally thought of automatically, but often there are other writing related materials that must be purchased for school as well. Younger children often need crayons and paint for instance, while older kids may need markers and colored pencils.

As children move into junior high, high school and college, they’ll require a larger variety of the basics too. Instead of just blue pens for instance, they often need blue, black and red. It’s good to know the teachers at this point by the way: Some do not allow gel pens to be used for instance, while others may forbid red pens or yellow markers.

4. Misc. Tools: These change from one grade to another, but generally additional tools of some kind are needed for just about any age range. Examples of school tools needed includes rulers, protractors, and calculators.

5. Clothing: This is usually a given, but a checklist always helps. Be sure to buy pants, shirts, socks, and underclothing. Don’t forget to get new shoes… some kids need more than one pair because specialized shoes are needed for gym or athletic programs. Also be sure to buy athletic or gym cloths if they’re required. These could include shorts, t-shirts, or sweat suits.

Sweaters and lightweight jackets are usually needed for the cool early mornings, and heavier coats will be needed within a few months of school starting.

Most schools have dress codes these days too, so it’s a good idea to get a copy of that for reference before you go clothes shopping. You wouldn’t want your daughter to have a whole new wardrobe of tank tops only to find out they’re not allowed to be worn at school for instance.

How to avoid common mistakes of scholarship application

How to Avoid Common Mistakes of Scholarship Application

Do you know that 90% of scholarship applications receive a rejection in the first 30 seconds after they are opened? Those applications usually not even read by a scholarship judge because they are normally open by an administrative assistant and she will compare those applications with a checklist to determine which applications get tossed and which ones go to the scholarship committee. If you want your application to pass this initial screening and goes to the scholarship committee for review, you must avoid the common mistakes that most of your peers will make.

Mistake # 1: Missing the application deadline

All applications arrive after the deadline will automatically be rejected. In fact, some scholarship programs will stop accepting applications even before the published deadline if they already receive too many applications. Hence, you better send your application as early as possible so that you have the best chance of winning.

Mistake # 2: Not meeting the eligibility requirements

Every scholarship has it own eligibility requirements. Many applicants submit their application without fine read the eligibility requirements and fail to fulfill the requirement. The person who initially screens scholarships applications will check that each applicant meets every requirement. Only those applications that meet all the requirements will go to scholarship judges for further review.

It’s crucial that you spend your time to review each and every eligibility requirements and make sure you are able to fulfill those requirements. If you are not qualified based eligibility requirements, don’t even waste your time to submit your application because your application will be rejected. Only apply scholarships which you are qualified for.

Mistake # 3: Not follow the application instruction

The screener will check that you followed all of the application instructions exactly and your application is complete. If application requests an essay, a letter of recommendation, two names for references and a photograph, all of those items had better be in your packet, or your application will wind up in the rejection bin. You must also answer all the compulsory questions in the applications. If you have to write “not applicable” in an application blank, then you probably are not a good candidate for that scholarship.

Mistake # 4: Wrong spellings and incorrect grammars

The above 3 mistakes will stop your application at the screening stage. Avoiding the above 3 mistakes will help your application to reach the scholarship judges, but you need to aware that other than yours, the judges have many other applications that awaiting their review, they will look for way to make that pile smaller. Even one spelling or punctuation mistake can earn your application a rejection. Hence, before you put your scholarship application in the mail, double check for any spelling or grammar error, ask your friends or family members to help you to recheck if possible.

Summary

You have no control over whom the scholarship committee chooses to award the scholarship. What you can do is make your application the best case for yourself as possible by submitting a professional-looking application package with an original essay and impressive letters of recommendation.

Making the move to e-learning

Making The Move To E-Learning

eLearning did not spell the end of the traditional Instructor-led or classroom-based training as many might have thought a few years ago. In fact each mode has its place in training today and often the best result is obtained by using a mix. Generally, there are three aspects that should be considered in deciding when to choose online self-paced training over the traditional classroom style. Firstly, the personality type of the learners or the culture of the organisation, secondly, the type of material being trained, and finally, the business case.

Lets first look at cultural aspects:

Where is the motivation?

We all know and understand classroom training, as that was the basis of our school education. We grew up with it and therefore we feel comfortable with it. The advantages were that, for the most part, those who started the class were there at the end. As you need to be in the classroom at a particular time, with someone checking that you are there, classroom training has an inbuilt motivator. Self-paced online learning is, as the name suggests, driven by the learner, which means that there is a large degree of self-motivation required. From an organisational perspective, a motivator needs to be in place. This can be as simple as requiring the training to be completed by a specified event.

Who’s got the time?

With today’s higher pressure work environment, we all find it difficult to leave the office for a day or two to attend a training course. We have priorities that need to be taken care of. With instructor-led classes, you have to enrol in a class that fits into your schedule and you also need to add in travel time. As the preparation time is so large, we tend to extend the duration of the class so that we do more in a single sitting. Two problems arise here. Firstly, we are away from the office for significant amounts of time and secondly we expect learners to take in vast amounts of knowledge in a single sitting.

Online learning allows learners to utilise their time more effectively. This is accomplished through better targeting of the content:

* The learner does not have to complete each of the topics in the course sequentially. If a topic is not important to the learner, they can simply skip over it
* Everyone learns at a different pace. If you pick up a topic quickly, there is no need to wait for other people in the classroom to catch-up (and vice versa)
* By completing a pre-assessment, you can identify those topics that you need to focus on, and ignore the topics you passed in the pre-assessment.
* The content is available 7 days a week, 24-hours a day, so it is easier to fit into any schedule.

From a course content perspective:

Mine’s better than yours

You might remember from school that there was always a teacher that the students preferred. Why? Because they taught the same material in such a way that the class was more engaged in the content. On average those students concentrated more and ultimately achieved higher marks. This was great for those students, but what about the students in other classes? The Quality of Instructor-led training is directly related to the quality of the instructor on that particular day. Online learning provides you with a consistent experience for all learners, so this scenario does not occur.

Theory vs Practise

Self-paced training has proven more effective for imparting facts and theories. Learners can concentrate on one thing at a time and pick this up at their own pace rather than be distracted by what is going on in the classroom. In an ideal situation for training compliance, IT applications, induction or product knowledge you would want to use self-paced environment. When it comes to applying the knowledge in a variety of differing circumstances, a collaborative approach would be more useful. Technology has improved online learning’s effectiveness in this area through the use of simulations, web conferencing and web2.0 technologies such as Discussion Forums, blogs and wikis.

An Ongoing Reference

Online learning provides ‘just-in-the-nick-of-time’ training. This means that the content can be referenced at the moment of need, such as if you are currently doing some analysis – “How do I do that pivot table again”, or if you are about to do a recruitment interview “I had better freshen up on interviewing techniques”.

A Business Case Point of View

The many expenses involved with instructor facilitated learning generally make it more expensive. Let’s face it, once you add up the major costs involved – including travel, instructors and classrooms – there is a significant outlay that needs to be apportioned and offset by those in the classroom. Where there is a distributed workforce these costs become unaffordable for most.

This is where a blended approach can be used with much greater impact. Teach the theory in self-paced online learning environment, and then use discussion groups to translate the theory into practice. You therefore use the most expensive portion where it is the most useful.

The next step is to persuade senior staff members to implement and accept an e-learning program. This will require an unmistakably distinct business case. Building a list of prospective benefits is just the start. You then have to apply it to your specific business circumstances. A business case will provide a clear declaration of the business dilemma(s) and your projected resolution(s), and offer measurements of accomplishment. Essentially, it illustrates your company’s present status in opposition to the desired status, and gives your company an efficient and cost-effective way to reach its goals.

Language translation software – how to use it properly

Language Translation Software – How to Use it Properly

When conducting research for a school project or an article, certain information that might be crucial to your overall topic may prove a pain to research. Even with the wealth of information already available at your disposal, certain subjects that may be native to a certain part of the world, may not be available from sources that you can understand.

I encountered this exact same problem while conducting research for a magazine article I was writing on a certain type of gadget. Since it has received little adoption in the US and the UK, much of the information available for it were written on websites that served non-English speaking audiences. In fact, the bulk of the reviews and press releases I found were either in Korean or Japanese.

Instead of giving up on it, though, I downloaded the available research pieces and put them through a language translation software, which I purchased online over a year ago. Within minutes, I had all of my references translated in English, allowing me to conduct the necessary study to write my piece. However, don’t forget to ad the translation sources as references to your document.

Translation software has helped me tremendously in my job as a writer, allowing me to derive cutting-edge information from sources that aren’t easily available to English speakers. As a result, my reports are often more expansive in coverage than those from others who haven’t yet discovered the benefits of sifting through foreign language documents as a vital source of research.

When you write for a mixed audience, occasionally peppering your work with foreign phrases can lend it a character that makes it more endearing to certain segments of it. If you write a blog, for instance, and has seen a growing number of French readers, throwing in a couple of French phrases during a piece (even if you haven’t learned to speak the tongue) can really make it all the more special for those who pick up on the reference.

Common Expressions

Throwing in a common expression from the foreign language is employed by many writers. However, much of the luster in this case tends to fade away, especially if it’s such a frequently employed phrase, such as greetings or clichés.

Section Headers

I love using the technique on section headers, especially if the article is related to the foreign language. When I wrote a piece about Italian aperitifs for a food website, for instance, I wrote short two to three word section headers, ran them through a language translation software and used the Italian equivalents on the actual piece.

While English-speaking readers probably didn’t understand what the headers meant, they would have picked up on it eventually based on the context of the section. On the other hand, Italian readers loved it, almost like it paid a genuine homage to them.

Full Foreign Language Sentences

Occasionally, I’ve seen writers use full sentences in the foreign language as part of the piece. Even without explaining what they meant, the pieces flowed smoothly, while lending it a special character. As with headers, let the context fill in the blanks.

Factors involved in writing an assignment:

Factors involved in writing an assignment:

Assignment writing is a tough task on which a student’s career depends greatly. Assignment writing has been assigned to students for years, which has helped them to handle the assignment independently. It provokes writing abilities and polishes the talent of creative writing in a student.
Assignment writing is a vivid experience that can be written on distinctive subjects; although, it depends upon the assignment and the writer. Assignments usually follow different rules and patterns, but there are a few similar perspectives and themes that are being commonly practiced by well-known professional writers to avoid worrying about at the last moment.
?    Understanding the assignment subject properly and identifying its importance directs you to write by following rules. The general rules can be found online that can be applied to any writing assignment task
?    Choose a topic in which you are interested and from which you are familiar with. One should have to write for the purpose of educating, informing, and enhancing interest of the readers
?    Information gathering through researching is an important task for assignment writing. Gathering a huge amount of new and innovative information that is supported with a background story; can transform a boring assignment in to an ideal one. You can use sources like, published journals, Internet, books and previously done researches to help you write your assignment
?    A comprehensive, well-structured introduction is the foremost part that is responsible of introducing important idea related to the assignment topic. Thus, it’s a part where the problem should be stated
?    Planning your assignment’s research and implementing it, is a crucial activity to be conducted smoothly. The research may involve methods and tactics through which the it should be conducted. It involves sampling, information gathering and manipulation techniques and tactics. By including statistical data, one can achieve brilliant success in formulating a great work piece
?    The last, but not the least step, is to write a conclusion that should be supported with your analysis and understanding. The previously stated arguments must be emphasized in this section. The conclusion is responsible to deliver comprehensive outcomes from the discussion made above.
?    Finally, include bibliography and references to end your assignments professionally.

Who gets into the boat

Who Gets Into The Boat? Admission Process and Curricula

Just as it its sister institute – The United States Military Academy, the U.S Naval Academy also has more or less the same requirements for admission into it’s fold. To be able to garner admission into the Naval Academy, the candidate has to pass a slew of tests and be declared fit on all accounts – Intellectually, physically and morally. Moreover, the candidates should be aged 17-23 upon entrance, unmarried and have no dependents, have no legal obligations whatsoever and be of high moral character.

The usual admission process includes an application, personalized tests, and standard protocol tests, personal and professional references. A physical test, called the Candidate Fitness Assessment (CFP), is mandatory for all the candidates applying for the academy which is then followed by an exhaustive physical examination which also includes a test for vision as well a range of other complications and illnesses.

Upon graduation the midshipmen, as they are called and addressed, as long as they are student officers at the academy, are conferred a Bachelor of Science degree, as stipulated by the congress in 1933. Numerous courses among engineering, sciences, mathematics, humanities and social science are available to be elected and studied upon for the midshipmen, notwithstanding a plethora of extra-curricular activities to choose and engage in. There is also a heavy emphasis on professional and leadership training at the academy. The professional courses are accentuated and brought to light by adding on field projects with The Navy and the Marine Corps.

Some of the subjects that can be studied need special mention here. Satellite testing and aeronautical engineering are popular subjects chosen by midshipmen. It’s worth mentioning here that the aerospace laboratory systems at the U.S Naval Academy are regarded as one of the best in the world. There is also a Small Satellite Program, which is actively pursued and done as projects by the midshipmen. These projects are then tested and applied at the same world-renowned aero space labs. Midshipmen tumbling out of the naval academy are apparently as savvy as they come and that is one of the primary reasons why it is often called as The Shipwreck Tech”.

The young and budding Naval ensigns and Marines come packed with highest academic and technical credentials apart from being smart, disciplined and training well in combat about to get into the big league for putting in their active service with the U.S Navy and serving the country to the best of their abilities.

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Software engineering essay writing:

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING ESSAY WRITING:

Software Engineering is an application of approaches that are disciplined, systematic, and quantifiable. These approaches are then applied to the software and its study’s maintenance, operation and development.

Software engineering essay are technical in nature. It is simply the name of “application of engineering to software”. The Software Engineering essay becomes more interesting if, it is written on any of the six phases that are involved in Software Engineering studies: 

  • Requirement
  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Coding
  • Testing
  • Deployment

The essay topic for Software engineering must be of interest of the student. It is a very important factor in writing a successful essay. First three phases of software engineering are more theoretical based, so, they can be best selection for a software engineering essay topic. The data collection and data organization are relatively easy in these phases. Coding, testing and deployment are more practical based phases of IT. So, they can be great for research findings section.

An essay is technically sectioned in three parts: an introduction, body, and conclusion. But, for a technical type essay, one has to include research findings and references in an essay. Because, software engineering is a branch of computer science, one has to use more technical information.

  Topic sentence must be written at the top stating the main subject area of an essay. A topic sentence is usually written to illustrate the main theme of writing an essay. After topic sentence, an introduction paragraph must be written to deliver the problem and the possible solutions for it. Body must comprise of multiple paragraphs that not only states the problem but also, include the solutions and research findings for it.

The conclusion paragraph must be able to conclude the discussion being debated in the whole essay. The possible solutions must be stated again, but no new ideology should be inserted here.

Overall the essay has to be error free, and it must be proofread before submission

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ibm db2 udb v8.1 family fundametals
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Section 4 – Working with DB2 UDB Data (31%)
Knowledge of transactions
Given a DDL SQL statement, knowledge to identify results
Given a DML SQL statement, knowledge to identify results
Given a DCL SQL statement, knowledge to identify results
Ability to use SQL to SELECT data from tables
Ability to use SQL to SORT or GROUP data
Ability to use SQL to UPDATE, DELETE, or INSERT data
Ability to call a procedure

10. Given the following table definition:
COUNTRY
c1 INTEGER
name CHAR(20)
Which of the following SQL statements will remove all rows from the table named COUNT
A. DELETE FROM country
B. DELETE * FROM country
C. DELETE FROM TABLE country
D. DELETE FROM country WHERE c1 IS NOT NULL
Answer: A

11. Given that the following statements were executed in order:
CREATE TABLE tab1 (c1 CHAR(1))
INSERT INTO tab1 VALUES (‘b’)
CREATE VIEW view1 AS SELECT c1 FROM tab1 WHERE c1 =’a’
INSERT INTO view1 VALUES (‘a’)
INSERT INTO view1 VALUES (‘b’)
How many rows would be returned from the following statement?
SELECT c1 FROM tab1
A. 0
B. 1
C. 2
D. 3

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