Message from Der Seeteufel - SD in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #homework-help
Cracking a math problem? Practicing Latin? Splitting an atom? This room is a side spot you can pop into to go back and forth on your homework problems.
I know there's a lot of smart people here so I'm sure we can help each other out!
In a past life I was a college math instructor and I still love the stuff so if there's anything in that area I can help with send me a ping!
Im an junior electrical engineering student, also available for homework help !
What is 10 x 10?
I was a nuclear reactor operator. I can help with the splitting the atom questions.
Any college kids that need help writing any papers, I'm here to help!
@Deleted User i have taken signal processing, but not the junior level class yet
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Hey guys, just wanted to quickly introduce myself as someone you can go to for academic assistance. If you need help with history, humanities, literature, or writing feel free to reach out to me either on here or my DM's.
So, it's finals today and I have a problem. I had all A's this semester, and a lot of them dropped to B's, C's, and one F... I don't know what happened, but I feel like my brain has been fried this month, it seems so hard to focus on work and study like I used to at the beginning of the semester. What can I do?
Is this burnout?
As in, physical location. Are you near a computer or a laptop when studying?
I study at my home PC, in the master bedroom
All my classes require online attention
What subjects are you taking?
Intermediate Algebra, Python, Microcomputer application (Microsoft applications) visual arts, and intermediate english
Are you finding yourself neglecting one or more subjects until the deadline becomes uncomfortably close?
Yupp, mainly with math/microsoft applications
(first year student btw)
Are you familiar with the term "context switching?"
OK, so here's what I think is happening. It's the same problem I had throughout my college years.