Monthly Archives: July 2016

ENILTUO: The Reverse Outline as a Tool for Organization and Cohesion

By Angelo Sisante Sometimes, despite all the planning, drafting, and brainstorming that you put into your paper, it still doesn’t make sense. Your ideas are all over the place, you feel like you are repeating yourself, and you’re entering panic … Continue reading

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Avoiding “HESI-tancy” in the HESI Examination

By Aly Sicat If you are currently a pre-nursing student (or are thinking about becoming one), you’ve probably heard whispers and rumors about the new entrance exam. The HESI A2 examination stands for Heath Education Systems Incorporated Admissions Assessment and … Continue reading

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