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Who couldn’t use a little homework help from time to time? The resources listed below are designed to help nurses navigate their way through nursing degree programs—and their careers. Find everything from tips on writing compelling term papers to how to convert body temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius, and more.

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Jan 21, 2010

Biology is the study of life, individual organisms, their communities, and the systems, cells, and processes that make up living matter. Biology is an essential course for students interested in pursuing a health care career.

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Jan 21, 2010

Close reading is a term used to describe how you ought to be using your sources. The most important element of close reading is questioning; it is imperative that you actively engage the text in order to develop your own ideas to use as arguments.

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Jan 21, 2010

Once you've decided what your thesis is going to be, you must be able to frame it in a manner that provides an effective entry into your work. No matter how great your argument is, it will not do much good if no one is enticed into reading it.

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Jan 21, 2010

At the outset of your brainstorming, you will likely first decide on a topic for your paper; namely, the particular subject you plan to address in response to the assignment (in some cases, the assignment will already include a specific topic).

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Jan 21, 2010

If your paper is quite short, these sentences might represent the main points you mentioned in the blueprint part of your thesis, but they might each be more specific aspects of one of those points, particularly if your paper is longer.

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