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by Jim Rousch

It’s a challenge when you are a graduate student with a learning disability.

Everything moves so much more quickly and you have to learn an entirely new way of writing, because you are now writing as a professional-this means that I have to bullshit my way through this, as I am anything but a professional pain the cancerous groin.

To cite in American Psychological Association 6th Edition really kicks my ass.  While I’ve always had to do that, it is my biggest weakness which I have to overcome.  It’s always been my heel, but that’s really no excuse.  You have to turn a wrench to work on cars, right?

All I need and all I that ask for is more time.  Some people, who are not disabled, think that certain skills are a waste of time-long knowing long division.  They figure that they have calculators. Suppose one of these jackballs can’t get a battery?

These are the assholes who are fucked because they missed another mortgage payment.

What I really find to be a challenge is the Discussion Questions at this level, as they are more in depth and demand a lot more from the student than a simple answer with a peer-reviewed reference.

A source which is peer-reviewed has been written by someone with a degree in the field of your study and was reviewed by by other professionals in that field.  It was easy for me to get eight Satisfactory marks when I was an undergrad, but I have a lot to learn here.

It took me a few classes before I caught on the first time when I was an undergrad, and I suspect that it might take me a few classes to get it at this level.

Fuck it, man.  I did it before and I’ll do it again.

written by Jim Rousch
photos by Jim Rousch of Metalflame

 

 

 

 

 

 

157

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_0222[1]IMG_0338

by Jim Rousch

It’s a challenge when you are a graduate student with a learning disability.

Everything moves so much more quickly and you have to learn an entirely new way of writing, because you are now writing as a professional-this means that I have to bullshit my way through this, as I am anything but a professional pain the cancerous groin.

To cite in American Psychological Association 6th Edition really kicks my ass.  While I’ve always had to do that, it is my biggest weakness which I have to overcome.  It’s always been my heel, but that’s really no excuse.  You have to turn a wrench to work on cars, right?

All I need and all I that ask for is more time.  Some people, who are not disabled, think that certain skills are a waste of time-long knowing long division.  They figure that they have calculators. Suppose one of these jackballs can’t get a battery?

These are the assholes who are fucked because they missed another mortgage payment.

What I really find to be a challenge is the Discussion Questions at this level, as they are more in depth and demand a lot more from the student than a simple answer with a peer-reviewed reference.

A source which is peer-reviewed has been written by someone with a degree in the field of your study and was reviewed by by other professionals in that field.  It was easy for me to get eight Satisfactory marks when I was an undergrad, but I have a lot to learn here.

It took me a few classes before I caught on the first time when I was an undergrad, and I suspect that it might take me a few classes to get it at this level.

Fuck it, man.  I did it before and I’ll do it again.

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