Application Policies

There certainly is no downside sticking to a two week timeline the town downside will come into play if you delay exactly okay all right Matt asks another excellent question is it worth sacrificing the quality of an essay to some extent in order to meet the two-week deadline it’s possible you know I would recommend keeping Excel spreadsheets so you keep track of when your deadlines are coming up and that way you can avoid submitting you know any any writing that you’re not going to be proud for others to read it is best if you can to have somebody else review it but you know of course I don’t recommend submitting bad quality work but it is essential to get it in the deadlines so there are ways for you to get assistant for example through exception comm. Find out more about application rules and policies at Robotdon.

You know you can purchase a rush editing services and that means that we would have a 24 hour turnaround time to assist you with your essays actually it’s one business day one isn’t any it’s one business that one’s right yeah one business day so there are ways to get assistance you know even when you have time constraints right and I think the point here is this it’s not an either-or it really is an end you want to get in with work you want to get in work that you’re proud of and you want to get it in within the two-week deadline and you don’t want to put yourself in a situation where you’re sacrificing quality in order to meet that deadline so yeah you do want to jeopardize an interview because you know if you submit work that’s not representative of of you or doesn’t clearly convey your interest in their school that may lead to you not receiving an interview and you don’t want to put yourself in that position okay Nikita has an interesting question if we turn the secondary’s but your recommender doesn’t get the letters finished until a few weeks later how does that affect our application that’s just a question that’s a very good question.

So different schools have different policies on that so some schools if they’re really interested in use an applicant may hold off other schools you know may may put your application aside and may not have time to return to it just because of the volume of applicants they receive so different schools are gonna have different policies on that but it is it’s possible and I know the letters of rec are the hardest piece because often you don’t have control over when they get submitted but it’s essential if you can to get those in with your when you submit your primary that way you know they’re there waiting for you to send out when your secondaries are due okay and then we have another very good question from equity and equity asks is there any way to prepare for the secondaries before you get them I even set questions most the state is saying you’re a year this way you were not pressed when multiple multiple schools for secondaries at you.

Working With Essay Draft

When working on drafts it might be helpful to just switch the wording around a bit and put a question mark at the end and that might help you to go through the yes/no partly sort of routine now these are some questions that Terry gave me a few years ago in which I I simplified a bit so that they would fit up on the screen and so those are examples of the kinds of their questions that you might get in a course like this and for that first one um the answer might be not much or a lot but then the big bit would be and here’s why I say this and secondly just the same for the second one the answer might be not much or a lot and here’s why I say this I think the third one is interesting because it begs the question.

It assumes that there’s been a skill shortage that has affected your agency’s capacity now there probably has but perhaps there hasn’t in your particular agency in which case you could go to town and taking a very different tag along the line so you put it more politely than that this is a ridiculous question this question is worded in a very silly way there’s no skill shortage where I am if you’re planning something pretty imaginative that really goes along a very different track I check it with your tutor you’ll find that most tutors will not read a full draft of an essay because if they do it for one they had to do it for everybody and the work would just be doubled but some of them will look at a one-page outline or a one para outline and if you say look I’ve really got this particular angle on this question I’d like to do it this way is that okay try it and see might work there’s no harm even know to ask what do you wait no.

I think that one of the reasons why students find it so hard to catch on to the idea that we’re looking for an argument is that staff don’t always talk about it the same way about eight or nine years ago I wrote a guide a short guide on how to write essays for what was then the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences before we became the Faculty of life and Social Sciences so we recite philosophy politics media sociology and in order to try to make this a guide that would work across the whole school I went and talked to my colleagues in the other subjects just to check you are indeed looking for an argument at you when you ask your students to write an essay what words do you use to describe your expectations to them here’s what I got this is my way this is the way we in sociology used to say what we were looking for we want an argument.

Combining Sources in Essay

You brainstorm your opinions you brainstorm your ideas and you choose the best three which you can develop into the paragraphs all the types of papers a rhetorical analysis analysis of an article a response paper all these principles that you already have some sources you don’t have to research them but you don’t have to search them but you have them ready and you read them but as you understand what is needed for each type of the paper you read having in mind what you need you read having in mind the structure of your essay so you know that in the first paragraph I will can’t develop this point oh I have another point I can develop that in the second paragraph and so on all the types of papers are accumulative I see problem-solution se and causing in fact I see in these types you have to present a coherent argument. More about working with sources on Edusson.

Yes coherence is the word all students are most afraid of and most students hate because does it sound scary for you can you please command you have to combine different sources not just express your opinion not just write about the ones words in first paragraph second source in second paragraph and third source in Sirte record no you have to combine all the ideas into some nice structure so what do you do here you search for the sources and you look them through you read them trying to write out what arguments are made I will give an example for example you are writing an argumentative essay about capital punishment yes it all starts with Google search this you type capital punishment and I have a lot of sources you choose and start reading them and in some sources some sources may say it should be abolished because and give three reasons another source may give two reasons.

But the same as the first source so you write down all the three and then you look through all the sources which can add to them or something which contradicts them so you create this map of all the I D and a research study is the one where you conduct a research a report on it and it actually demands a separate webinar to be conducted on we won’t touch it okay so as you do a research if you return to your outline so imagine that on paper yes somewhere making your notes you have in mind this outline which has introduction 100 words yes conclusion 100 words body paragraphs 800 words yes any habits and you know that you need a thesis statement at least three ideas in support of a thesis statement and you need somehow to support these ideas which support see the statement yes for example you say capital punishment should be abolished because it is expensive it is painful it cannot be reversed and so on these three ideas a main ideas of your body paragraphs how do you support them you say capital punishment is expansive for the state and you give facts something you know from your sources how much expensive it is what makes it expensive and so on so as you add details.

Essay of Teaching Strategies

Teaching Strategies:

It is at the foundation levels that children with Dyspraxia have most learning difficulties because their comprehension is average but there level of expression of this comprehension is limited. Therefore it is at this stage that these children have to be trained to express and advance their expression. In short it would be necessary for there to be accommodations to be made in the education system to ensure that the teaching of these children is sufficient. The arguments to creating teaching methods into the mainstream education system at the foundation level are very similar to the arguments of employing disabled persons in the workplace. The first argument will follow the arguments for integration into the workforce and then will consider specific teaching methods. The first main argument is whether there should be differential treatment for the children with Dyspraxia.

Read: Exploding the College Essay Search Myths

To understand the extent that the current disability rights are effective one must understand there is a difference between a mere legal right and an inherent (also known as substantive) right. Hohfeld has been the most significant jurisprudential thinker to discuss the difference between the varying types of rights. The focus of Hohfeld’s analysis of rights is from an analytical perspective; the main aim of Hohfeld’s work was to clarify exactly what rights are. Hohfeld’s analysis of rights is split into four different categories which are; claim-right; privilege; power and immunity.

These rights have been put together into a grid of entitlements which enables one to understand the nature and content of rights; which the individual has in varying degrees. It is this clear and precise method that makes Hohfeld’s analysis fundamental to rights interpretation within legal arenas. This exploration is going to argue that this exposition of rights is essential to jurisprudence and understanding the nature of rights. Under English law Hohfeld’s analysis clearly expresses how varying degrees of rights are contained under the Human Rights Act 1998 and do not conflict with parliamentary sovereignty. As Helen Fenwick discusses:

“Under Hohfeld’s view… it becomes clear that, traditionally, most freedoms in the UK were merely liberties; one did no wrong to exercise them, but there was no positive duty on any organ of the state to facilitate them… When the Human Rights Act 1998 came fully into force… many Hohfeldian liberties became rights in Hofeldian terms since… public authorities have been laid under a positive duty to respect them” .

Hohfeld’s analysis is that the confusion over the nature of rights has been effectively eliminated. In contrast to the controversies in theorists such as Dworkin , Kymlicka , Kant and MacKinnon , it does not get trapped into confusing the nature of rights with the justification of rights. If one applies this to problems concerning gender; discrimination; animal; and environmental rights one could actually apply a type of right in order to rectify the legal and moral inequities. Legal and political philosophers have gotten too tied up in justifying rights, that they have confused the meaning of right. Hohfeld has provided an interesting tool in order to level the playing field, because the question concerning the equality of rights is no longer an issue.

Instead Hohfeld’s analysis allows for different right-elements to be applied in different situations. Therefore Hohfeld’s analysis can be applied to both legal analysis and moral quandaries, which means that one in addition to clarifying rights can use this analysis as a tool to justifying rights.

Hohfeld was very humble in his aims for his analysis of rights, because it has provided more than a tool to clarify rights. For example if one applied this problem to media law where there are conflicts in the right to privacy and the freedom of press, these rights possibly fall into the categories of immunity; claim-right; and privilege. The problem is that they are competing rights and if one applies the level of right, also to the specific facts then the confusion that has happened between courts would be a lot less likely. In short Hohfeld’s analysis has taken out all the moral quandaries in the nature of rights; and has provided an analytical method to apply to both moral quandaries and the justification of rights. This will become more apparent in the following chapters.

In relation to absolute human rights or substantive rights then these are immunities which the government cannot interfere with; however a mere legal right is a privilege whereby the government has provided disability rights, but there is no need to provide these rights and may be taken away if in the government’s interest. Therefore this illustrates the importance of making disability rights substantive rights but not only in the workplace but also in schools. This means if integration is the best form because it makes such a disability socially acceptable then this should be the method taken. In order to do this there must be specialized teaching methods which the teachers use and have a duty to provide in much the same way that employers have to provide special adaptations for disabled adults.

The Learning Disabilities Association of America argues that the student from an early age should be subject to a curriculum that mirrors that of the child without disability, only with “some accommodations and modifications may be necessary”. They argue that these modifications should take the form of an Individual Education Programme whereby for students with reading difficulties or expression of comprehension through reading should have a mixture of one-on-one reading with a teacher and should also be provided with texts that are on tape so that they can follow along with the reading material.

If the problem is of the memory or the inability to take down information, i.e. motor problems the teacher should provide a taped lesson for the child, teacher and parents to review at a speed whereby the child can than express their comprehension. If the motor skill impede too much then a special software programme through voice should be used. Also children with Dyspraxia at the foundation level may find expression easier by using other forms of expression, i.e. songs, rhymes, dances, tapes etc. Also along the same line to help expression of comprehension and teach how to express properly then using the other senses such as touch should be considered. These are teaching techniques that all children can use therefore this will not impede the other learners at the foundation level; as well as letting the teacher be more innovative and creative as well as building the blocks for the Individual Education Programme of the Dyspraxic child.

The Australian Dyspraxic Support Group also advances techniques to help the child express their comprehension of the educative material. This group does not seem to indicate that there should be either specialized teaching or integration into the mainstream education system at the foundational levels. The aim seems to be to help the child and ensure that their intelligence is not impeded by stereotypes with putting the right teaching techniques with child. Therefore if it is motor based Dyspraxia it is to specialize teaching in developing the organization and capability of the planned expression of comprehension in the ways that the child can.

If it is verbal Dyspraxia then development of the speech processes and other forms of communication should be developed and finally if it is oral Dyspraxia then written forms of communication should be used and also attempts to develop speech skills should be introduced. Therefore the use of sensory and taped materials would will really benefit the development of the child at the foundation level. Also to have integration will expose the child to mimic and use ways of communication that isolation would be unable to do so. Therefore one can infer that mainstream integration at the foundation levels would be the best approach.

Belinda Hill advances in her article and research for the Dyspraxia Association of Ireland that technological aides can be used to integrate children with verbal and oral Dyspraxia. These aides include speaking computers, machines that enhance speech, machines that have a set response when a specific button is pushed, communication through symbols. These aides will help a child integrate and not feel lost in a world of communication. This would provide confidence and social development of a child which isolated education could not provide.

Exploding the College Essay Search Myths

For many students, the college search comes way too fast. For others, it doesn’t come fast enough. And for still more, it sneaks up on them, finding them unprepared and unsure what the future should hold for them.

So many myths surround the college search process. Among them are inaccurate beliefs about financial aid, choosing a major, picking a college or university and the role test scores play in the college selection process. Here are a few realities that you can share with your students regarding the most common myths.

Myth: I can’t go to that school because I dont have the grades or essay scores.

Your high school grades are important. They say a lot about the importance of education in your life. However, they don’t tell everything. Test scores are the same way. Because some students are better essay takers, they might master the standardized test without actually knowing the material. Colleges and universities consider a wide range of things when deciding to admit a student. There are grades, test scores, essay writing ability, work experience, extracurricular activities and community involvement. They also look at the types of classes you took, leadership abilities, attending online colleges and personal character and ethics.f

Myth: My test scores are too low for me to get into the college of my choice.

A lot of students and parents place tremendous amounts of value on standardized test scores. While these test are certainly important, they are not the be all, end all of college admissions. Harvard University, one of the most prestigious and selective schools in the nation, does not have clearly defined, required minimum scores.

“We regard test results as a helpful indicator of academic ability and achievement when considered thoughtfully among many other factors.”

By simply preparing for standardized tests through test prep classes, most students are able to perform exceptionally well on the tests.

Myth: I will have to choose a public state school over my number one choice private school.

It is no secret that anything prefaced with the word “private” denotes money and prestige. Colleges and universities are no different. The average tuition price of a private four-year college is around $20,000 while it is closer to $4,000 at most public four-year universities. The price discrepancies are likely to deter families from even considering a private school. Yet, students who attend private schools sometimes pay less than students attending public schools. This is because financial programs at some private universities and colleges are designed to meet 100% of the student’s financial need. If a student is interested in a private school, the best thing to do is keep the school as a consideration, only omitting it after reviewing the financial aid award.

Myth: I have to find the perfect college in order to have a great experience.

The myth of perfection has complicated the college search for a number of students. They believe that if they don’t find the right combination of academics, athletics and social activities, they will have a horrible college experience. This is simply not true. It is a good idea to weigh your college choices based on the items you deem important in your idea school, like a state college search. What students should not do is scratch a school off the list if it’s only missing one important factor. If the first choice school has the right student enrollment, academic programs and financial aid package, it should not be excluded because there are no student publications, intramural sports. Those are things that the student could easily start on campus if it’s important to them.

Myth: I can’t apply for financial aid until after I get accepted.

The most selective schools only provide need-based financial aid so those who qualify for financial aid are at an advantage should they get accepted. No school actively rejects applicants who need to apply for financial aid.



Education as a platform for future life

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In times of financial embarrassment education bides as one of the super and most valuable assets. Actually, it is realized as the superior straightforward spending of financial and time resources. It is essential to include all the major chains in your education process: from the elementary school up to the time when you graduate from the university and probably start to look for the company to work for or go on with your study and enroll for the master, followed by Ph.D. If you take out one of the stages, the education process will be not consistent. While your elementary, middle and high education you can build a basis for an upcoming bachelor program in the college. This is one of the inducements, why there are so many subjects, which are not related to each other at all (like P.E. physical education, languages), but they are still united together on the program list. The main purpose of this is to give the pupil the basic knowledge about the most important areas of people’s life and evolution. Anyhow, in my opinion, there are several distinctions between the earlier periods of learning concept in the USA and Europe. In the USA starting from early years the system is developed in such a stream, that students begin to break down their education to special knowledge, which will become almost certainly connected with their future job. In other words, education requires more job oriented approach.

On the opposite side in Europe, we see more theory and general classic learning process. Young students undertake the pure subject without connecting it too much to their future desirable type of work. Which technique is the product? Certainly, representatives of each concept will argue and try to show the weak sides of another concept. So this elaboration will never be finished. Throughout the number of consecutive years, both systems proved to be stable and be capable of providing the proper level of academic preparation of children before launching to the independent life. Therefore, it is all the time depends on you: go deeper in the pure study disciplines and achieve complete theoretical knowledge or separate yourself a bit and try to start applying your skills to future type of work already while studying at the first stages.


Another aspect, which should be also definitely put into attention, is the approach to the academy education in various areas. In USA and the countries of former USSR (we will suppose these for comparison since those reflect the issues in question in the clearest way) majority of the time student is placed in a rather stern position and must sift out the course, which he or she is going to study very carefully as the process of moving to another university is rather time-consuming and requires a lot of dedication. In European states, we have other circumstances: students are very secured while their college years and have the possibility to change their studies up to 2 times!

Changing, even more, times does not give any additional value for the student. How might these distinctions be clarified? From my point of view, the governmental social instruments are the key determinants in this aspect. USA, countries of past USSR are rather uncreative and social security as the concept is not highly perceived on the national level. In the USA it is like this as a consequence of general US ethics, pointing towards favorable tax conditions, superior position of the private property, while in the states of former USSR the economy is rocketing and the state-owned social protection initiatives are only emerging. In Europe on the opposite side, we can notice, that social protection have a very influential role in the society, and certainly in students’ lives in our case. Having support from the state, students can concentrate on learning.

During these processes, students do not risk to be taken to the army or some obligatory tasks, which will put the education in a puzzling position. Per contra, there are of course some negative points. First, it’s important to say that, sometimes due to this poised situation students are not motivated enough and as a consequence do not spend their resources properly and have a probability to end up spending a bit too much on their bachelor course for example. In case they had put more time resources, they maybe would have completed the bachelor earlier and therefore would have time to undertake a master course in advance starting their career and therefore enhance their salary possibilities.

Therefore, you can understand that learning is one of the most complicated and challenging processes in life and there are many ways to choose from, it’s for you to decide which one to undertake.


Learning English – Malta

Learning English means more than just opening up new cultures, it also means taking advantage of new opportunities that learning and understanding English can offer. The best way to learn a new language is to immerse yourself in a culture that speaks the language fluently. However, finding a place that does so while offering a safe, friendly environment may have seemed difficult until now.

Maltalingua is an English language school located on the beautiful Mediterranean island nation of Malta which is located due south of Sicily. Malta is actually three islands that have been under British rule for over 160 years. At the Maltalingua school, you can learn English under the beautiful Mediterranean sun which makes your stay more than just a learning experience, but a wonderful adventure.

The friendly people of Malta have spoken English for centuries and they live in a very safe environment. Malta has a proud, fascinating heritage and a rich history that has made it a popular tourist destination. However, it is the beautiful beaches and warm, year-round temperatures that have really make the islands of Malta one of the favorite places to visit in this part of the world.

The adult programme of Maltalingua for learning English is highly respected, noted for having certified instructors and immersible language courses that teach the language for use in the real world. Learning English in Malta has many advantages, first that comes to mind is the fact that all the residents speak proper English that is appropriate in all predominantly English language countries including the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States.  

Because the people of Malta speak English, this immersion into the culture will help them learn the language much faster than with other places where English is not spoken.

Furthermore, the Active Language Learning (ALL) programme that has been designed for teenagers combines in-class instruction with outdoor active learning that pushes the “learn by doing” philosophy so that your child can learn English more completely and use it in real life situations.

English language courses are held the year round with special summer courses that are taught in July, August and September for the Juniors. Located in St. Julian’s which is near the capital city of Valletta, the facility is modern and well equipped with top quality teachers, a rooftop terrace for a sumptuous view of the city and even a private pool to help relax between learning sessions. Maltalingua has it all to help teach adults and juniors the English language.

Languages and Travelling: An out-of-this-world experience?

Our imagination can do more things than we know. Sometimes routine and responsibility can blunt our creativity, so it is important to always find a moment for a break where we can take a deep breath, relax and focus on the good things of our lives. Amazingly, when asked what kind of things make them happy or what kind of things are written on their bucket list, a surprising number of people mention learning languages and traveling. These two things combine fun, self-growth, and development, experience and knowledge, causing a feeling of fulfillment on all kinds of people. In general, those who don’t care much for traveling are the same ones who have never done so before. Experience shows that traveling is a one-way ticket: once you’ve tried the taste of it, you will want to do it more often.

How is this feeling of fulfillment connected to traveling and learning languages? While taking French classes New York students were asked this question, and this is what Maria, a 22-year-old student of listen and learn replied:  


“It might have to do with the search that we do as human beings. Some people find this feeling of glorification, of ‘incredible things beyond what we have within our reach’ in God, while others try to find it on the earth. Learning languages and traveling allows you to get out of your daily life, of your routine, to stay in touch with something different: a different country, a different language, and culture, different minds, ideas, values, etc. There is something we want from the different, the unknown. Perhaps it is the same thing other people find in God: feeling identified and part of something greater.”

We quote Maria’s words because they really caught our attention. Since no one asks this question often, it is not common to read an explanation like this. Perhaps there is something transcendental about traveling and language learning, something that touches the very souls of us, while expanding our horizons in practical life (business opportunities, new friendships, etc.). What are your thoughts on this topic?


If you are thinking about a career in nursing, here are some of the questions you might want answering. What is involved in studying online nursing? What jobs are there for nurses? What are the education requirements, and how much can you expect to earn after completion? These and other questions are tackled below.

As anybody who has been in the hospital knows, nurses are the first point of contact as regards treatment and diagnostic tests, and as such, they are incredibly important in the healthcare profession. They are the human face of so much health care – providing direct patient care.

What is studied in a Nursing Program? Nursing education usually includes courses in anatomy, physiology, biological sciences, microbiology, chemistry, nutrition, psychology, sociology, nursing, pharmacology, statistics, environmental and occupational health, and the liberal arts. But you can’t learn everything about being a nurse online. Programs also include supervised clinical experience in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

What Nursing jobs are there? Nursing professionals are always in demand all over the world. Nurses are found in several major settings, including Hospitals – where they provide bedside nursing care and administer medical care plans; Clinics/Centers/Healthcare Offices – caring for outpatients in doctor’s’ offices, clinics, and emergency medical centers, where they assist with examinations, administer injections and medications, etc; Nursing Homes – caring for residents; Schools; Home Care/Hospice – providing nursing services to patients at home; Prevention/Education Programs; Public Health; And there are many other opportunities for nurses.

Rapid growth is expected in nurses for hospital outpatient facilities due to the growing trend in discharging patients earlier and performing more procedures as outpatients. Hospital jobs for nurses will not grow as rapidly. The aging population of the country will also lead to the need for more nurses over the next seven years. The U.S. Department of Labor reports that employment of registered nurses is expected to grow over 20% up to 2016.

To be a Registered Nurse (RN) in the United States, you must pass the relevant National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) or in Canada, you must pass the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE). This exam tests that you have the knowledge and problem-solving skills needed to provide adequate health care to patients and is needed in order to work in any healthcare facility. The NCLEX-RN is taken by both Associate Degree (ADN) and Bachelor’s Degree (BSN) prepared nurses and the pass rates are about the same for both ADN and BSN prepared nurses. Make sure that your chosen program prepares you for the NCLEX Nurse Registration exam.

Further training or education online for nursing can qualify you to work in specialty areas, and help advance your career. Many existing licensed registered nurses (RNs) with an Associate degree or diploma take online nursing programs at Bachelor’s level, to enable them to assume positions of responsibility in a variety of health care settings. These can be administrative positions in nursing, but could also be other positions in home health, nursing education, or health care case management.

Your salary will obviously depend on which role you pursue, your qualifications and experience. The median expected salary for a typical Staff Nurse is over $61,000