Personal Statement for the AHA SURE program

Personal Statement for the AHA SURE program

Type of service:  Academic Writing

Work type:          Creative writing

Format:      APA

Pages:        2 pages (550 words, Double spaced

Academic level:  Undergrad. (Yrs 3-4)

Discipline:  Education

Title: Personal Statement

Number of sources:     0

Paper instructions:     

Personal Statement

Please specify your academic interests, your research experience, and why the AHA SURE program is a good fit for your research training and career goals. Also include whether you are interested in attending graduate or medical school in the future).Please limit your response to 4000 characters (approximately 600 words).

No surprises act

No surprises act

Type of service:  Academic Writing

Work type:          Research paper

Format:      APA

Pages:        1 pages ( 275 words, Double spaced

Academic level:  Undergrad. (yrs 1-2)

Discipline:  Business and administrative studies

Title: No surprises act assignment

Number of sources:     3

Paper instructions:     

Please identify, list, explain and prioritize the key protections and provisions of the act and relate these to your position as Health CareManager of a Practice, A Clinic, A Hospital and the Public Benefits



Type of service:  Academic Writing

Work type:          Research paper

Format:      APA

Pages:        1 pages ( 275 words, Double spaced

Academic level:  Undergrad. (yrs 1-2)

Discipline:  Religious studies


Number of sources:     2

Paper instructions:     



A pastor is viewed as a theologian, counselor, administrator, and researcher of the Scriptures. As a consequence, church members will make inquiry from him about many different kinds of issues, including some that are extremely controversial within the life of a church (he as a minister has to become a referee). Thus, it is important that one prepare himself for every situation so that the under-shepherd will be able to teach God’s people (2 Timothy 4:2). Most likely this is another reason why you are in this course. Thus, this paper has been designed so that you can learn to administrate on issues involving church life. Usually, in ministry, the minister is faced with difficult issues, and is only given a short period of time to respond. Therefore, this exercise has been created to teach you how to quickly define and defend your stance.

The topic of this paper will be: “A paid staff member in your church has been found guilty of a moral failure. Some say, “Get rid of him’ while others say, ‘Christ forgave; why shouldn’t we do the same?””


This paper should be written so that it defines/explains your position and defends your view on the assigned topic. It should be between 1-2 pages in length, excluding the title page and bibliography. The content of this paper should begin with an introduction consisting of a single paragraph explaining why the topic is controversial and stating your position clearly. The remainder of the paper should flesh out your position from a biblical perspective utilizing key passages on the topic and end with a conclusion providing suggestions for further study. Your paper should include the Bible and at least 1 scholarly resource. This paper should follow current Turabian guidelines and be without any grammatical or spelling errors.

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

Dantes Inferno

Dantes Inferno

Type of service:                Academic Writing

Work type:         Annotated bibliography

Format:                MLA

Pages:   2 pages ( 550 words, Double spaced

Academic level:                Undergrad. (yrs 1-2)

Discipline:            English 101

Title:      Dante’s Inferno

Number of sources:        4

Paper instructions:         


To prepare for your research paper, you will submit an annotated bibliography that contains at least four scholarly research sources.

These sources should come ONLY from the GMC library databases; going beyond GMC Library should only be done when there are no valid sources for your topic there, and even then, sources should be limited to .edu or .org sources- avoid sources at all costs (Wikipedia, Sparknotes, LitCharts, etc). Contact me if you’re unsure about a source’s validity.

For each source, you will first provide an MLA-formatted works cited entry for that source. Remember, the lit databases at GMC Library will do those entries for you.

Then, underneath each individual source, you will provide a paragraph-length annotation. An annotation is a brief summary of the source’s main ideas or points, and may also include a sentence or two about how/why you think this source is relevant to your idea or helpful for your paper.


You must provide at least four source entries.

Each research source should be a critical argument/point-of-view on the reading you’ve chosen for your research paper. Sources that only provide biographical information or plot summary are unacceptable. Sources should be scholarly and relevant to your topic.


The annotation for each source entry should be a paragraph in length (around 100-150 words).

You must include a brief summary of the source. This summary should include the author’s thesis.

You must provide an explanation how this source is relevant to your planned research paper topic.

For more information on how to write an annotated bibliography, you should view the Purdue OWL’s website here:

English 101 Project 2 Research secondary sources

English 101 Project 2 Research secondary sources

Type of service:  Academic Writing

Work type:          Research paper

Format:      APA

Pages:        3 pages ( 825 words, Double spaced

Academic level:  Undergrad. (yrs 3-4)

Discipline:  English 101

Title: Writer’s choice

Number of sources:     0

Paper instructions:     

Module 7: Assignment – Project 2 Research

Overview and Purpose

In this research assignment, you will build on your argument plan to identify new secondary sources to support your argument. Primary research is optional in Project 2. This assignment will help you gain experience being open to diverse perspectives and ideas, understand the difference between primary and secondary sources and how to evaluate each, and learn to negotiate and integrate different ideas.

Prior to beginning, be sure to review the Project 2 assignment description, all of the learning materials for this assignment, as well as your previous feedback.


Complete the requirements in each step in a Word document.

Step 1: Secondary Research Exploration

Consider your research needs for the various sections of your argument. You will need to find sources to support and/or explain the different parts of your proposal:

your proposed solution and justification

alternative solutions (previously suggested or tried) and their drawbacks

possible counterarguments/objections and your rebuttal

Conduct some initial secondary research through ASU Library or reliable web sources, looking for new, relevant secondary sources. You might explore:

Scholarly studies and peer-reviewed journal articles

Local news sources that pertain to your local, professional, or academic community

Official documents (e.g., government document from a city, county, state or federal; financial document from a corporation; corporate memo or university press release)

Find at least five new (not previously used in Project 1), relevant, and credible sources from the ASU Library or the web.

Step 2: Secondary Research Annotation

For each secondary source you identified in Step 2:

Cite the source using APA formatting.

Directly under the source, write a paragraph that:

Summarizes the main points of the source.

Evaluates the credibility of the source.

Explains the relevance and applicability of the source for your project. Why is the source important to use? How is it relevant to your argument? How might you use it in your project? In which specific section of your argument might you use it for support?

Step 3: Primary Research (Optional)

First, decide how you are going to approach the primary research required for Project 2.

Indicate who the decision-maker or decision-making body in the community is to implement your proposed solution.

Indicate whether you will interview or survey them.

Draft at least 5 questions you will ask stakeholders, indicating whether they will be for an interview or a survey, in order to develop a more thorough view of the solution.


5 secondary references in APA format with paragraph-long annotations

5 questions for the decision-maker(s) for either an interview or survey (optional)

Either PDF or Microsoft Word-compatible format

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