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If you can offer help to a fellow nerdfighter in a particular subject, let them know here. Similarly, if you need help with something, members of this group who offer their services are available either here or in the chat room so you can discuss.

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Translation help! All Languages! 3 Replies

Hello fellow nerdfighters! I'm creating a little video for a friend of mine and I wanted to do each sentence in a different language, unfortunately I only speak 2, English and French. (I'm also…Continue

Tags: greek, Japanese, french, german, Spanish

Started by Abbie Kaylor. Last reply by Abbie Kaylor yesterday.

I can help you with your German

Hello everyone,I’m German, so if you need any help with this weird language, let me know :-)I can proof-read, translate from/to English or just “make conversation” to improve your everyday German.…Continue

Started by Lisa on Tuesday.

Math and Science Help 15 Replies

Hello, I am starting this discussion for anyone that needs help with Math and Science or if someone wants to help out with helping others.So discuss... Continue

Tags: tutoring, Science, Math

Started by Alexander Vandergriff. Last reply by Sophia D. Jan 8.

I can help you with Greek language 2 Replies

If you are learning Greek (NOT ancient) i can help you if you need help. My first language is greek so feel free to ask me any questions.Continue

Started by sendhelpplz. Last reply by sendhelpplz Jan 8.

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Comment by Addison Drake on February 11, 2014 at 4:34pm

i need help

Comment by Zoe-Manon Le Cheminant on January 20, 2014 at 4:54pm

So right now I'm in AP Euro, Chem Honors, English 10 Honors, Algebra 2 H, French 2. I've taken Bio H, English 9 H, French 1, Geometry H, and Global Issues H/Health. I get straight A's. I think I'll be able to help anybody in those subjects and under tenth grade. Feel free to let me know! :) 

Comment by Jean on December 19, 2013 at 9:48am

Hey, anyone who is looking for free courses that are from places like Harvard and whatnot (including languages, sciences, philosophy, literature, etc):

http://www.openculture.com/freeonlinecourses

Comment by Emily Carlson on December 2, 2013 at 2:15am

I study music psychology, and have a decent background in music tech and acoustics as well, and I'm a board certified music therapist in the US (MT-BC). I'm working on a master's thesis that incorporates behavioral data and fMRI data, with so Matlab, SPM, MarsBar and SPSS are my best friends and worst enemies. Anyone with experience with those (particularly SPM/MarsBaR)? Let me know!

Comment by aj on October 3, 2013 at 1:31pm

I compiled a list of free college classes that i hope helps some of the nerdfighters here. I hope you find something that helps you learn more.

Comment by James Michael DeMaio on September 29, 2013 at 7:03am

@Monica. Make sure you know math up through geometry (review any areas you are fuzzy on) and understand how to answer grammatical relation questions. Also read everything carefully. Follow along with your pencil if you have to. No need to get something wrong because you skipped a line.

Comment by Monica Isabel on September 29, 2013 at 6:50am
Hi, I'm going to be taking the PSAT very soon and I know it's basically a practice test but there's also going to be a test that I'm going to take within it(I forgot the name) that will help me qualify for scholarships (which I could really use). Any tips?? Please?? I really want to turn out great.
Comment by James Michael DeMaio on September 28, 2013 at 9:33pm

Why don't you start with the idea of normalcy being represented by something and think about how it may diminish and try to return. OR don't do the extended metaphor thing at all unless you have to.

Comment by Hannah on September 28, 2013 at 9:52am
Why? you guys is all i gotta say such a small word with infinite amounts of meanings i just thought of that and i like it
Comment by James Michael DeMaio on September 28, 2013 at 5:22am

I see. What are the steps of the metaphor that make "shattered into a thousand pieces" so fitting?

 

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