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The purpose of the background check is to find out if you are likely to abuse children on campus, assault your colleagues, or steal from the university. It is not related to academic integrity. Can employers see if you cheated in college? Academic Cheating on My Background Check Rumplesmoothspin: WithRead More →

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Secondary sources were created by someone who did not experience first-hand or participate in the events or conditions you’re researching. For a historical research project, secondary sources are generally scholarly books and articles. A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. What Teodoro Agoncillo said about history? I remember AgoncilloRead More →

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(c) The names of languages are always written with a capital letter. … Note, however, that names of disciplines and school subjects are not capitalized unless they happen to be the names of languages: I’m doing A-levels in history, geography and English. Newton made important contributions to physics and mathematics.Read More →

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The Academic Word List (AWL) is a list of 570 of the most commonly found vocabulary words in academic texts (Coxhead, 2000). … The text can then be used as a way to check vocabulary use or give students a chance to revise their own work focusing on academic vocabulary.Read More →

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From her prior research, Legette observed that tracking could have a negative impact on students shunted into the low-level track, whereas students in the high-level track might have possessed the ability and drive to succeed without extra enrichment. Is educational tracking good? Tracking students into different classrooms according to theirRead More →

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Good Standing: Students are in good standing at the conclusion of any matriculated term in which they have both a cumulative total GPA and a CSUN GPA of 2.0 or higher. Why is academic standing important? Academic standing is the key mechanism by which a student’s progress in their programRead More →

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The IELTS Writing and Reading tests are different in the Academic and General Training tests. For example, the Academic test has topics suitable for anyone entering university or professional institutions. On the other hand, the General Training test contains topics based on general interest. Is IELTS general difficult? IELTS isRead More →