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General Discussion / Re: Competitions
« Last post by MitchellPipkin on Today at 07:57:52 pm »
well... I am guessing.. but chip is in college... and 99.9% of college students are broke... therefore $10 is a lot of money

-kyopedlr

Of course 10$ is a lot of money for students. I' ll better save them, it is a price for 2 pages essays that I usually order at theessayservice, and I'd better save them for future.
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General Discussion / Re: Essay Help
« Last post by Bassuer on Today at 02:16:46 pm »
I know that good grades aren't all that influence the decision of the selection committee in order to approve your application. I recently wrote an admission essay, and although my GPA is average, but I trained for a long time and was able to write an impressive essay, so I was accepted at Florida State University. If you want to write a good essay and show that you are truly worthy of becoming students of this university, then I can advise you to read this article https://admission-writer.com/blog/writing-fsu-essay . There are many tips here to help you increase your chances of applying and improve your writing skills. This is really important if you want to stand out among your competitors and get a place at the university, where it's very difficult to get.
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General Discussion / Re: College Essay Help
« Last post by Bassuer on Today at 12:06:21 pm »
I applied to such companies several times in order to get help with my writting works. I should note that despite the high competition, many companies provide such services at very high price. I try to check the cost of writing my essay in advance. To do this, I use a special calculator that calculates the approximate payment for such service. You can also use this link in order to understand how to evaluate this kind of writing and choose an honest and favorable offer for you.
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As a CS major myself, I should tell you that some of the CS subjects are sometimes tedious. Like calculus, for example, though it's of little to no use for the CS career. I was choosing an online program between UMGC and WGU. But there's a lot more to this major than just programming and computer science.
I would start with TechTerms and HowStuffWorks to learn more about computers.
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General Discussion / 4 Go-To Apps For Revision and Exam Prep
« Last post by JessyWhite on May 31, 2020, 07:19:54 pm »
After so many weeks of writing essays, reports, term papers, and other academic assignments, it is high time to start revising for exams. This period of student life is really tough, especially for those who were not serious enough with the classroom activities. Students who didn’t take notes during lectures have much trouble preparing for the exams. As a rule, their memory isn’t sharp enough to keep in mind all the details their professor said. Learners struggle a lot before their exams. They have to spend long hours in libraries reading a pile of sources and doing thorough research. Don’t want to be among those students who have their hands full? Benefit from the most popular academic help apps that will make revision more effective and less stressful. Download them to your mobile phone and revise for college exams like a pro.
Study Blue
If you are a fan of flashcards, consider a study application Study Blue. It is a free app, so you can download it to your device and get quick help from the crowdsourced library of materials. This app can be used to make and share flashcards, to add audio and images to your study materials, to check the knowledge of the subject taking tests and keeping progress. After downloading this app, you’ll have access to an impressive library of materials for studying and helpful guides, created by students.

SpeedyPaper Adviser
One more useful application for all students is SpeedyPaper Adviser. This writing app will help you boost your grades and prepare for exams more effectively. Having SpeedyPaper Adviser on your phone, you will get unlimited access to the huge database of college and university papers. You will be able to have a look at samples of various academic assignments. Find necessary essays, reports, research papers, course works, and boost your grades. Students will know how to create, to structure, and to cite assignments. The customer support is available round-the-clock, so if you have trouble finding a required paper, you may contact managers and ask all your questions. Numerous positive reviews about this app prove that it is really great and worth giving a try. To know about all the features, download an app on your handy or visit their website.

Gojimo
This application was created to help students have a smooth revision. Undergraduates can use Gojimo both online and on mobile devices. An app contains helpful content for learners and some quizzes. You can select an exam you want to revise for, and it goes with a list of questions you may be asked. If you haven’t found a required topic, you can get in touch with the support via instant messaging.

Quizlet
It is one more helpful application for students who are going to prepare for exams. It is free, easy to use, and is a good choice for self-study. Having Quizlet on your device, you can learn with the help of flashcards, share them with your peers, learn foreign languages and get more info about coding, mathematics, science, history, and other college subjects. A lot of students benefit from Quizlet and leave their positive reviews about this study app.
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Gaming / Sensativity tweakings
« Last post by cijedet134 on May 29, 2020, 08:14:11 pm »
Hi buddy,

I might want your contribution to something that is pestering me. I'm extremely serious with regards to shooters and what affectability I should run. I think I've thought of a hypothesis that the greater your thumbs are the higher affectability you can deal with because of the expanded scope of movement. Also, on the off chance that you have little thumbs, the inverse MacBook exchange is valid and you should run a lower affectability. I've contemplated that the vast majority who I've seen play high sense will in general have large thumbs while the inverse is valid for individuals with little thumbs. I realize different components can become possibly the most important factor however that is only my hypothesis.

Regards,
Grady M Kidwell
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Gaming / Re: Titan Quest, a 13-year-old game
« Last post by Jameback on May 26, 2020, 04:43:06 pm »
This is such an enormous information of a for kids. There's also a game that can be played on your pc which the pubg for pc. I bet you will like it too. Feel free to check it!
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Gaming / Re: PC - Cross Platform Experience? - CODMW
« Last post by Jameback on May 26, 2020, 04:34:41 pm »
I found some mobile games that can be played on your PC ml on pc. It is fun and exciting, feel free to check it out.
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General Discussion / Re: I never stay logged in!
« Last post by besonhasgt on May 26, 2020, 02:57:49 pm »
When I close the window and go back to these forums I am always logged out eventhough I check the always stay logged in box

I faced the same issue, still facing that, no solution yet.
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Bugs & Feature Requests / Re: list scrolls by itself in Bit-Che Engine
« Last post by Greppipa on May 24, 2020, 03:27:00 pm »
Never mind Chip it stopped doing it... While in side the torrent engine the torrents would keep scrolloing and scrolling and you couldn't click on any of them unless you chased it down as they were loading....But it has stopped and has been for a while now not sure what that was all about. Thanks anyways buddy...

Thanks for the information.
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