Answers I can’t seem to find.
Help me Lord,
for You are my sword
as I battle in this world.
Oo. Nasa tao yun, kung siya yung nagpapasaya sayo kahit sandali pa lang kayo nagkasama. Kung sa kanya mo naramdaman maging kumpleto kahit ngayon mo pa lang siya nakilala. Dahil wala naman sa haba ng panahon at tagal ng pinagsamahan nasusukat ang totoong pagmamahal. :)
I love you Kimpoy!
1. Know the Requirements
Before you start on a paper, first read the paper or project requirements really carefully. Clarify with the professor points you don’t understand. For example, if you want to choose a paper about ‘How early education helps grow a child’s IQ,’ ask if this topic is allowed. Further ask your professor or teacher’s assistance for their opinions about this topic. Then ask yourself, if this is a topic you are passionate or truly interested to write about.
2. Write on a Topic You’re Interested In
We sometimes ask others or professors about what we should write on to get some guidance (which is recommended), but the real strength of a paper is on one that you are truly interested to learn more about. Even if someone tells you that you should write about ‘How early education helps grow a child’s IQ” cause it’s easier to get a good grade on this topic, it doesn’t mean that you will enjoy it or get a good grade on it. On the other hand, if you write about a topic you want to learn more about, even if you didn’t get a good grade on it, you will still learn about something you care about. So have a balance between a topic you like and the grade you hope to get, but make sure the topic fulfills the project’s requirements.