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Postby someonesmum » Fri May 19, 2017 4:34 pm

Hi -
I hope it's ok for me to be here.
I'm a mum to two young adults who are both dyspraxic and dyslexic. Pretty sure their dad is too.
I came across this site looking for ideas to help with the current challenge - writing university essays under pressure.
My daughter is getting there thanks to a GCSE English teacher who broke everything down (so she knows about how to structure paragraphs etc) and a love of colourful mind maps.
My son didn't learn such a clear structure in English and has never needed the mind map habit.
He avoids writing because it is such hard work. At school he had a scribe so he is not used to using technology.

Advice or ideas from people who have been there and done that would be brilliant - thanks - E

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Re: Hello

Postby Tom fod » Sat May 20, 2017 12:05 pm

I've reponded to this in the Studying Topic area. Hoping someone with more recent experience can offer further thoughts too

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Re: Hello

Postby Daisy221 » Thu Jun 22, 2017 2:21 pm

Hello, I am Daisy Simpson, a university professor,and I like to believe that I'm a very good professional freelance writer.Passionate about to writing and charity.Now I work as editor at a generic site selling cheating essays to desperate/lazy people who think they can get away with fraud.

I'm now waiting for the police o put my door in early one morning and haul me away to face extradition for facilitating terrorist travel and documentation
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