Jessica Walrack
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I am a professional Freelance writer interested in self-education and travelling. Specialize in creating/formatting workbooks and ebooks.

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What is Text Mining?

Posted on January 15, 2017 at 10:00am 0 Comments

The use of twitter handles has made many people to put across the information that they have in a very short period of time. The use of hash tags in twitter handles are the ones that make the discussion to go ahead as individuals sue them when tweeting back to the proprietor of the handle. The tweet is seen by the very any people who are following you.…


How to Communicate with Your Professor?

Posted on January 15, 2017 at 9:52am 0 Comments

It is an obvious fact that in this current day and age in educational systems, students and professors have become quite distant. This is due to the fact that students no longer know how to approach their professors when something goes amiss.

In order to make the right approach, here are some few things to remember before asking for favors, prepared by Q&A…


How to Use Transition Word Properly?

Posted on December 24, 2016 at 7:41am 0 Comments

We have been writing essays or articles since we have been enrolled in school. We may write essays with good grammar and have much experience to write, or you may think you know the usage of many transition words. But sometimes we are still not able to use them freely and naturally and need to refer to some dictionaries. This article will give you a list of transition words for essay.

Sentences which…


What Can You Do With Spoiled Eggs?

Posted on December 22, 2016 at 1:00am 0 Comments

Spoiled egg can be useful for you to get with the best kind of the efforts. Eggs are very versatile, just that you should know how to use them. There is no need for you to throw the spoiled eggs. It can be useful for keeping the thing in better way possible, learn how to tell if eggs are good.

There are chances for you to get with finest ways for you to use what can…


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