Bad Professors? Poor Academic Supervision? Advice for Seniors on What to Do and How to Manage and Survive Your Thesis

Bad Professors? Poor Academic Supervision? Advice for Seniors on What to Do and How to Manage and Survive Your Thesis

One of the worst nightmares for any student working on an honors thesis, final year project or any important academic project is to receive poor supervision from an academic advisor.

What does poor supervision look like?

It really depends on your course, the expectations, academic culture and norms of your faculty. Read More

How to Prepare for the GED Essay Test

How to Prepare for the GED Essay Test

The essay portion of the General Education Development (GED) Language Arts test presents the biggest obstacle for many people. The test taker must write a 200 word essay in 45 minutes. While this can be intimidating, you can pass the essay test successfully if you prepare using the following tips.

Tip #1: Don’t Start Writing Immediately

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A Case Study Of An Average Reverse Email Search Investigation

A Case Study Of An Average Reverse Email Search Investigation

In this article we will attempt to describe what the average email trace investigation entails. We will describe the reasons for most common type of reverse email search investigation and the steps a private investigator or law enforcement may take to trace that email and locate or identify the sender. Read More

High Speed Essay Planning

High Speed Essay Planning

Obviously you don’t write your essay until you plan it. Or if you do, you’ll have a lot of organizational trouble. And you don’t plan it until you go find some information. That much you probably know.

Okay. But say you’ve got that information. Now it’s easy to make a plan.

How? What do you do to create an essay plan? Read More

Effects of Restaurant Loss Prevention on Increasing Revenue – A Case Study

Effects of Restaurant Loss Prevention on Increasing Revenue – A Case Study

It’s like waiting for the other shoe to drop. Even with the rising fuel and commodity prices, restaurants, from fine dining to fast food, have been holding off on raising menu prices because of intense pressure from consumers to keep prices down. On top of that, restaurant customers have been trained to take advantage and wait for deals. Read More

Customer Service and Free Coffee – Case Study for the Trucking Industry

Customer Service and Free Coffee – Case Study for the Trucking Industry

Sometimes great customer service can be as easy as a free cup of coffee, or offering someone something they value at no-charge. Often, it costs the company so very little, but it still yields incredible results. I’d like to give you a quick case study and let you see for yourself the power of free and what it can mean to your business and your bottom line – for this example I will use a truck wash, that’s right a company that washes trucks, like a car wash but for big rigs. Read More