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Dating a Star Wars Fan [Infographic]

Your significant other is changing around the word order when talking to you. As a gift for Valentine's Day they ordered some kind of a laser sword. They love to occasionally throw in the "May the force be with you" phrase.

Sounds weird? Check the infographic below to see other signs that your partner is, in fact, a huge "Star Wars" fan!

The World of Custom Essays [Infographic]

Essay writing is our everyday task. We get hundreds of orders, we process them, and we do our best to provide clients with high quality pieces of writing. That is something we are good at. No, actually...that is something we are proficient at! And that is what we know a lot about. So, we decided to get you backstage of custom essay writing and share some unique statistics. The information was collected and analyzed in 2014. So, the numbers are most recent and precise. The statistics is based on the analysis of our customers' orders, custom essay topics and college subjects we were working with.

How to Write an Essay Conclusion that Gives a Sense of Closure

Plenty of attention is given to the introduction of a paper. After all, getting started can be intimidating and difficult. But a lot less attention has been giving to wrapping everything up with a well written conclusion. While a quality introduction is meant to pull the reader in, a carefully constructed conclusion addresses any remaining issues and gives readers both a sense of conclusion as well as a way to move forward. Whether your paper is meant to inspire or inform, your conclusion can bring your thoughts to life by inspiring readers to take action.

How to Write a Thesis Statement that Gives Unity to Your Ideas

Many students have trouble understanding exactly what a thesis statement is, how to write one and what to do with it once it's written. Although a thesis is introduced at the beginning of a paper, that doesn't mean it's always the first piece of the paper you write. In fact, many thesis statements go through several revisions while the paper is being written. Although tweaking is normal, the essence of your statement should remain the same throughout numerous revisions.

How to Write an Introduction (College Essay or Paper)

The introduction to an essay, admittance or any other paper may only be one paragraph, but it carries a lot of weight. An introduction is meant to draw the reader in, give them a preview of what the paper holds and convince them that reading it will be a rewarding experience – no pressure, right? The introduction may have plenty of responsibility but that doesn’t mean you need to sweat writing it. There are some easy steps you can take to ensure your introduction hooks the reader's interest and sets the stage for the rest of your paper.

How Can I Incorporate Evidence into my Paper?

Often times, your writing assignments will require you to make an argument. You’ll be asked to take a stand on a particular topic and support your position with evidence.

If you have been given the task of writing an evidence based essay, you’ll need to know the best ways to incorporate that evidence. Here is a guide to help you with the process.

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