When you dropped out of school on your first try as a college student, you'd end up realizing tons of things. I was 19 and foolish and wistful. I wanted to achieve so many things in life and I thought that college was hindering me from achieving. So I packed my bags and said goodbye to college. After a few months of job hunting and chasing after my childish dreams, I was crying in the corner of my room, crying from the bite I got from the real world.
So I turned 25 and earned enough to get my lazy self back to school, and I've never happier. My classmates are all younger than me and they seem to think that I'm so cool because I'm older. But they do not know that I envy their youth. I envy how they seem to be on the right track. I was lost for so long and I'm only getting back. Every minute I spend in school is suddenly so precious.
I have a year left to finish my undergraduate studies, which also means I have a year left to be a student. I'm making every moment count and I'm making sure that I learn something new each day. I may have learned a lot when I dropped out but it's still possible that I'm learning more now.
I think every dissertation writer has their essential tools to help them when they're in need to write something. As for me, there are three things that make my writing a lot easier. Some people may find my methods unethical or tedious but these are the methods that work well for me.
- Educational dissertation writing services. When I need someone to edit my work, I trust these services to do that work for me. Though I do have friends who can look over the things I write, I still sometimes feel as if I need an outsider to look at my work.
- Online dictionary. I do have a pretty good vocabulary but I still need some help with words. When I have trouble understanding some words and can't think of the best word to use, I use online dictionaries to help me with my dilemma and I can say that they have helped me quite a lot in the past.
- Plagiarism checker. Of course, to make sure that my works won't be accussed of being plagiarized, I make sure that my works don't have similar works online. Though I never resort to plagiarism, there's no harm with checking it.
Of course, there are other things that I use when I write but these three are the ones I use and abuse everytime. They have helped me a great deal over the past few years so I'm pretty sure I'd still be using them for awhile.