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Whether you’re writing a short story, research paper, or assignment at some point in your education, you will likely be faced with the challenge of being creative in your writing.

However, you relate to it, creative writing can be an enjoyable, rewarding craft. But that doesn’t mean it always comes easy. Whether creative writing falls outside of your comfort zone, or you a...


When you look up a topic on the internet, a lot of material for that topic comes up. But if you observe closely, no two materials written by different people on that topic or idea are alike because; two people can never have the same representation of the same idea.

As writers, whether for academia, poetry, articles, speeches, or any form of writing, originality is as important as the...


I remember asking myself this question multiple times as I prepared for my final year project. From report writing to submission to the presentation.

What’s the formula for success?

Good news for you is that I found a suitable answer to that question.

Now, stay with me, ok, I will cover a lot of ground, and I’ll do it quickly.



Permit me to say this. ‘The Best thing that has ever happened to mankind after Sliced Bread is SPSS”! Yes, I mean Statistical Package for Social Sciences.

As a Research Assistant working in a purely Mechanised University, I could sense a significant relationship between Data Analysis (Using SPSS) and frustration among Final Year Students. I mean, Students just get...


When decisions or judgements are to be made from a study or a descriptive data, it is imperative to adopt various techniques for inferences.

One way to make inferences is by formulating a Hypothesis. A hypothesis may be needed in a study for users to decide appropriately on whether an assumption is true or false.

To make this tutorial simple and straight forward for a beginn...


1. Re-Paraphrase - So you have found information that is perfect for your research paper. Read it and put it into your own words. Make sure that you do not copy verbatim more than two words in a row from the text you have found. If you do use more than two words together, you will have to use quotation marks.
2. Cite - Citing is one of the effective ways to avoid plagiarism. Fol...