Beginning a doctoral program is a huge transition, one that requires time to adjust and support from those around you. Your free time is no longer your own, as there are suddenly papers to write and deadlines to meet, all in addition to the usual demands on your time.
Writing papers, creating tables, creating reference pages; the list is endless when it comes to creating documents for scholarly studies. Microsoft Word (MS Word) is often the go to program for creating document for class projects, studies, and research.
A little over 4 months ago, I became a mom. I immediately began picturing future milestones in my son’s life: talking, crawling, walking, and—of course—reading.
One of the compulsory courses for graduate studies at Walden University is RSCH Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis. Students often tend to avoid the course due to their perceived fear that it involves a lot of numbers and calculations.
The staff tutors at the Academic Skills Center (ASC) take great pride in helping Walden University students. Whether they are completing coursework or their dissertation, there are tutors to assist Walden students with MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Statistics, Biostatistics, Accounting, and Finance.
The whole ASC team is looking forward to an excellent 2017 of supporting your success here at Walden. As ASC director, I want to thank you for visiting to read this first post in our Savvy Student blog.