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Flawed Disposition // Timothy Lim

For as long as I can remember, the essays we wrote in primary school hinged on having a well-researched background and strong supporting statistics, but rarely did I ever need to do any data collection myself. The only times I would collect my own data to be used for scholastic reasons would be for lab reports in my science and occasionally for math projects. When producing essays for any of my social science or English classes, I would normally sit down for a few hours, research the topic and write like a madman. I would use mostly use secondary resources and never collected any of my own data for any argumentative essays. Continue reading Flawed Disposition // Timothy Lim