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The penalties for plagiarism in most universities are very high. From a policy perspective, almost certainly the first incident of plagiarism will get written into the student's permanent record, and a second offence will get a student expelled. From a personal perspective, when your teacher discovers plagiarism (and they almost always do), it not only affects the grade on an essay, but the school's policies once set in motion are always very embarrassing.
From a different perspective, the University of California at Berkeley shows how good documentation makes you look better. They say "Citations allow readers to further explore your sources, show the depth and scope of your research, and add credibility to your work" UC Berkeley.
The reasons to avoid plagiarism are extremely persuasive. Instead of plagiarizing, read widely to see how other writers write, and then take the steps necessary do develop your own writing voice.
If you are reading this, it means that you made it through high school, and now you are trying to decide what you want to study in college. Sometimes, making this decision may be stressful or demanding, but do not panic! You have to relax and feel confident in order to make the right decision.
Writers should always accomplish two objectives in the conclusion. First, they should summarize what was said in the essay, and second, they should leave the reader with a good impression.
This writer wrote, "The best way when choosing a career is knowing yourself, creating a balance, and being well-informed," which is a well-written sentence that summarizes each main point using parallel structure: (1) knowing, (2) creating, and (3) being.
Does the writer leave the reader with a good impression? She wrote, "You should feel confident because when you think about it enough, you will make the right decision."
Does this conclusion meet the objectives of a good conclusion? Does it summarize the main points of the essay? Does it leave the reader with a good impression? Your choice!
A key aspect when choosing a career is knowing yourself. If you don’t this is the perfect time to start getting to know yourself better. You can easily think about the activities you like and enjoy doing. That will really contribute to see what you would like to do for a living.
For all of you that know your abilities, it may be easier to select a degree. First, you have to think very carefully about your abilities and interests and learn how to differentiate them. You may love doing something, but you are not that good at it, or you may be very good at something you don’t really like doing. In those cases, try to find the equilibrium between both.
The next step is doing some research. It is not like doing a homework that you have to hand in. Researching is about being well informed to make one of the most important decisions of your life. Once you have the information, select the different degrees that offer you a balance between your abilities and interests. As a final step, start to compare your different options. You need to consider variables such as the college, job offers, or scholarships. Trust me, you won’t find a perfect career, but you can find something you will really love to study.
I really wish the best for all of the future college students that are reading this. Think about your dreams and the success you want. Remember that education is the base of everything, and having the opportunity to go to college is unique. The best way when choosing a career is knowing yourself, creating a balance, and being well informed. You should feel confident because when you think about it enough, you will make the right decision.