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Writing a Narrative Essay

 
A narrative essay tells a story. It can be a story about something that has happened to you, a retelling of an historical event, or a fictional story that you're using to illustrate a point. Here are some tips to help you write a successful narrative essay.  
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RQWQCQ is a strategy that will help you solve math word problems. Each of the letters stands for a step in the strategy: r ead the entire problem to learn what it is about, find the q uestion to be answered, w rite the facts needed to answer the question, decide on the computations needed to answer the q uestion, set up the problem on paper and do the c omputations, and q uestion whether your answer is possible?
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Free Study Tip If you have any questions after you read, look for the answers and then go over them three times. If you can't find an answer, get the explanation from someone. Always concentrate and study alone. After you learn something, you can go over it with someone.
 
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Another free Study Tip I have a copy of the World Almanac. Sometimes when I have a few free minutes I just turn to a page. If the info is not interesting I turn to another page. I love facts and sometimes they are very useful for school. Anyhow it's fun.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors You don't have to study for a long time. But if you study for a short time, you have to study with complete concentration.
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