1. gizmo_gal

    OP gizmo_gal QWEEN of the RadioActive Force!!!
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    The end of the school year is upon us my fellow students and many of us have wasted so much time--I mean, "struggled" to get this far in our courses, we've just barely managed to bring the end of our syllabus requirements into sight and now we realize that we're terribly overwhelmed with some of the parts of our work and we need help. Its too risky, buying assignments off of your classmates and peers, you're teachers a teacher after all because they can put 2 and 2 together so we turn to the great interweb (I've been aching to use that term for a long time. I just had to do it) and all our anonymous friends for help.

    I have 36 Quickbooks 2005 assignments and 36 PeachTree 2005 assignments that need to be done before the 25th of may. (They're the same problems just done in both softwares.) I have all the source documents and started on most of them but this is a software I just dont get and I really dont want to quit or fail this class. Whats worse, I cant take it again.

    I often write reports and do assignments for my two friends who take A.P. courses in the 11th and 12th grades, I've been doing it since 5th grade and they always get A's and A+'s. The lowest grade I've ever gotten on an assignment is a "B" In 9th grade I did three other kids assignments at strategic points through out the year and I was able to keep them from failing (2 got C's one got a D because of his attendance)

    Though I've chosen to never take typical A.P courses, I have won awards in earth science, english, social studies and Advanced english. I can also do computer tests as I'm a certified as having required computer literacy skills.

    I can write papers on almost any subject that can be researched in the library or off the internet with the exception of high leveled sciences such as advanced chemistry , oceanography and the likes. I cant do anyones math homework but any writing assignment I will gladly do if you'll pick up a few of my assignments.

    someone requested that their web design test be done for them, I'm on it! I managed to clean up the pic a little and am working on it.
    If you need anything written just post the details of the assignment

    Grade:
    Your average Grades in this course:
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    and maybe someone will pick it up and do it for you. If oyu can do Quickbooks or PeachTree assignment, or know some one who can and can either get or trick them into doing it then let me know, I'll send you the source docs, you send me your assignment and we'll exchange when they're done.
     
  2. ScuberSteve

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    PLAGERISM WINS!
    Unfortunately, I cannot help you, which is fine, since I don't need help plagiarizing (I already have a friend who 96ed my English course last semester, and my teacher hasn't noticed ANY of the massive amounts of plagerism I've done).
     
  3. NeSchn

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    Damn, if this was a few weeks ago I probably would have jumped on it.
     
  4. gizmo_gal

    OP gizmo_gal QWEEN of the RadioActive Force!!!
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    @NeSchn Jumped on the chance to help me with my assignments or on the chance to offer up yours?

    @Pharoah, no offense but look around pal, this isn't a 4-H Club Forum pal, this isn't "boy+girl scouts unite online to spread moral e-behavior.com!"

    This is GBATemp.net, the most successful "flash kit enthusiasts" community that I've been able to find in 8 months.
     
  5. silent sniper

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    idk what either of those programs you listed are, but if they are math:
    www.algebrahelp.com
    www.math.com

    both helped me a lot when I was struggling.
     
  6. gizmo_gal

    OP gizmo_gal QWEEN of the RadioActive Force!!!
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    They're accounting software. Like trackng expense and profits for a business. Thanks for the links.
     
  7. SavageWaffle

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    Wait what is this?
     
  8. gizmo_gal

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    Its a place to give other people your homework assignments--not all of them--just the daunting ones and in exchange try and do someone elses. Even just doing the basics of an assignment might help some people.

    I in particular am in a fix. They changed the books at end of my HS Accounting course so now, instead of doing 40 assignments total I have nearly 150. I'm doing some of them but I cant ever finish them ALL, I'm not very good with this software and the book isn't very explanitory so I'm trying to trade off some of my assignments for other peoples.
     
  9. notnarb

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    when in a pickle, http://www.pakin.org/complaint the complaint letter generator can get you out assignments so tedious the teacher doesn't bother reading them. I've never used it personally, but have always have been amused by the concept.

    heres an example
    Cleverly hidden within this letter, for added incentive to read onward, is one lie. Not a lie of statistical or grammatical error but a ludicrous falsehood at once so absurd as to strike the reader as an insult to human intelligence and yet so incorrigible as to convince the reader that the Civil War and its peevish expositions should be shunned. Some background is in order: The Civil War's vituperations have kept us separated for too long from the love, contributions, and challenges of our brothers and sisters in this wonderful adventure we share together -- life! The Civil War's op-ed pieces have no basis in science or in human experience. Instead, they consist of ghastly, insipid adages derived from a world view rooted in sick nepotism.

    The Civil War likes thinking thoughts that aren't burdensome and that feel good. That's why it says that everyone would be a lot safer if it were to monitor all of our personal communications and financial transactions -- even our library records. Why on Earth does it need to monitor our library records? Well, I asked the question so I should answer it. Let me start by saying that the point is that if everyone spent just five minutes a day thinking about ways to deal with it appropriately, we'd all be a lot better off. Is five minutes a day too much to ask for the promise of a better tomorrow? I sure hope not, but then again, most of you reading this letter have your hearts in the right place. Now follow your hearts with actions.

    The few morally crippled jabberers who deny this are not only wrong, they are willfully dour. To cap that off, what we're involved in with the Civil War is not a game. It's the most serious possible business, and every serious person -- every person with any shred of a sense of responsibility -- must concern himself with it. If you ever ask the Civil War to do something, you can bet that your request will get lost in the shuffle, unaddressed, ignored, and rebuffed. If there is one truth in this world, it's that contrary to my personal preferences, I'm thinking about what's best for all of us. My conclusion is that what's best for all of us is for me to scrap the entire constellation of jaded ideas that brought us to our present point.

    On balance, the Civil War's wisecracks should be recognized, but only as a complete fraud. Still, if I were a complete sap, I'd believe the Civil War's line that racialism is a wonderful thing. Unfortunately for it, I realize that I can reword my point as follows. The Civil War should just exercise some common sense and some common decency.

    We must also assert with all the sincerity of informed experience and the desperate desire to see our beloved country survive that we must work together to warn the public against those prolix cads whose positive accomplishments are always practically nil but whose conceit can scarcely be excelled. What can you do to help? For starters, you might want to show the Civil War how it is as wrong as wrong can be. I personally derive great satisfaction in doing that sort of thing because whenever anyone states the obvious -- that the Civil War's arguments are incompatible with the proclivities of instrumental reason -- discussion naturally progresses towards the question, "In view of the Civil War's brassbound plans for the future, what does it make sense for us to do now?" On the surface, it would seem to have something to do with the way that the Civil War's fervent belief in McCarthyism allows it to perform all sorts of outrages, misdemeanors, felonies, and atrocities and feel perfectly justified in performing them. But upon further investigation one will find that if it had its way, schools would teach students that "metanarratives" are the root of tyranny, lawlessness, overpopulation, racial hatred, world hunger, disease, and rank stupidity. This is not education but indoctrination. It prevents students from learning about how the Civil War likes analects that shred the basic compact between the people and their government. Could there be a conflict of interest there? If you were to ask me, I'd say that we must carve solutions that are neither reckless nor unconscionable if we are ever to build a coalition of stouthearted people devoted to stopping the Civil War. Yes, this is a bold, audacious, even unprecedented undertaking. Yes, it lacks any realistic guarantee of success. However, it is an undertaking that we must unquestionably pursue because if the Civil War thinks that the sun rises just for it, then it's sadly mistaken.

    If I didn't think the Civil War would fan the flames of mandarinism into a planet-spanning inferno, I wouldn't say that it's its deep-seated belief that the ideas of "freedom" and "anti-intellectualism" are Siamese twins. Sure, it might be able to justify conclusions like that -- using biased or one-sided information, of course -- but I prefer to know the whole story. In this case, the whole story is that there's an important difference between me and the Civil War. Namely, I am willing to die for my cause. The Civil War, in contrast, is willing to kill for its -- or, if not to kill, at least to burn books.

    To treat people's bona fide personal devastation as bathos has never been something that I wanted to do. Never. The Civil War often argues that unfounded attacks on character, loads of hyperbole, and fallacious information are the best way to make a point. A similar argument was first made over 1200 years ago by a well-known galoot and was quickly disproved. In those days, however, no one would have doubted that the Civil War's goal is to introduce changes without testing them first. How unstable is that? How Pecksniffian? How bestial?

    I've always thought that the Civil War likes to have difficult social issues presented to it in simple, black-and-white terms, and hearing the rubbish that the Civil War spews forth proves it beyond all doubt. I myself realize that some people may have trouble reading this letter. Granted, not everyone knows what "characteristicalness" means, but it's nevertheless easy to understand that the Civil War's batty stratagems can be quite educational. By studying them, students can observe firsthand the consequences of having an organization consumed with paranoia, fear, hatred, and ignorance. If we look beyond the Civil War's delusions of grandeur, we see that it used to be a major proponent of charlatanism. Nowadays, the Civil War's putting all of its support behind lexiphanicism. As they say, plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. Maybe it's just me, but don't you think that it disturbs me that these uneducated, incoherent schizophrenics have so little tolerance for differing points of view?

    To tell you the truth, the Civil War says it's going to influence the attitudes of dominant culture towards any environment or activity that is predominantly semi-intelligible in the coming days. Is it out of its ethically bankrupt mind? The answer is fairly obvious when you consider that it does not merely bring this battle to a fever pitch. It does so consciously, deliberately, willfully, and methodically.

    My usual response to the Civil War's revenge fantasies is this: By letting the Civil War strap us down with a network of rules and regulations, we are playing a loser's game. However, such a response is much too glib and perhaps a little hypersensitive, so let me be more specific. It once said that once it has approved of something it can't possibly be impolitic. Oh, please. I'm just glad I hadn't eaten dinner right before I heard it say that. Otherwise, I'd probably still be vomiting too hard to tell you that stingy Luddites like the Civil War often think they have the right to represent a threat to all the people in the area, indeed, possibly the world. Of that I am certain because if there's an untold story here, it's that the Civil War is extraordinarily brazen. We've all known that for a long time. However, its willingness to plague our minds sets a new record for brazenness. This letter has gone on far too long in my opinion and probably yours as well. So let me end it by saying merely that the union of theory and practice, in the Civil War's hands, becomes a union of pomposity and communism.
     
  10. NeSchn

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    I would have jumped on this offer, I would have done a couple of your assignments for an essay I had to do.

    I got a 74 on it...
     
  11. gizmo_gal

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    Would you still just do a couple of them just for the sake of doing a nice thing for someone?
     
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    "How can I reech theese keeeeds!?"
     
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  14. TheStump

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    i never did understand the concept of cheating on your own work.
    Seems like the only person your cheating is yourself.
    If you don't plan on learning, take up a trade instead. That seems more logical than floating through school expecting to get somewhere, though lacking the groundwork of an education.
    No wonder there are so many hopeless losers living off others taxes.
    You lack the desire to learn.
     
  15. gizmo_gal

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    truth be told, this is the first time I ever really wanted to cheat. Normally I do my own work and am more satisfied with my grades regardless of what they are but this time, I want to move on to be able to move on to college next year on time--not have to wait a whole semester to get in because I have 2-3 weeks worth of work to do in this Accounting class.

    I'm not planning on making a career out of accounting anyway, its just a course I'm taking along with HS because well its a handy job skills and I'd like to understand the basics of accounting, but I've got what I personally wanted out of this course but I cant drop out of the program because I'm an HS student and my parents wont be taking me out.

    I dont think I can do all 160 assignmenst myself and I really need some help. The last day of school is 20-something days away and I can only work but so fast.
     
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    I was just talking this over with my g/f and this is a prime reason I feel schools should end at 15 or 16.
    I am uneducated however I did visit quite a few schools and have hung around enough Americans to know that the education needs some major improvments. American History or World History for that matter is not used 90% of the graduated in REAL life, Calculus, English class, ect, ect... these topics are often used for people to "appear smart" but in real life very few people use the knowledge in a work/personal environment.

    Because of this and the trend of American kids growing up to be douche bags I think school should end at 15 covering everything you need to get a minimum wage job, then put them in the work force and have all the shit you don't NEED to learn available to learn in college. If you decide to go become a general contractor THEN you can go learn geometry but if your happy being a burger flipper why have people spend the money to teach kids something they DON'T want to learn?
     
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    I agree with you weapon. I can't talk for USA, but i could imagine that the unemployment and douche bag ratio would be rather high.
    It seems as if the younger generations now have the ability to learn more as information is alot more viral yet the same notions of learning are still in place.

    I understand that there are alot of subjects kids/teens would shrug off, because they couldn't see themselves using that knowledge in a latter stage of their life. I can relate completely. I dropped Maths B (second highest maths in highschool, in OZ) because i didn't interest me, i was good at the subject and understood the concepts and theorys, yet found no need for it.
    I took photography instead.
    I have just finished a Degree in Video and Contemporary arts. If i hadn't had the opportunity to take Film and Photography i maybe would have never bothered with uni.

    This being said, where i went to school we finished at the age of 17, and if im not mistaken USA is an older age?

    I guess it all comes down to the choices you are given at school. If people feel the need to cheat at a subject obviously they either, can't comprehend the concepts or find no interest in it.
    If this is the case, i suggest apply to change into another class that can hold you concentration easier.
    Though if you are in a lower level, such as year 8-10, where core course are compulsory, suck it up and take in as much knowledge as possible. Because at such a young age, you would have no idea where you plan on ending up in the real world, so give yourself every opportunity to learn you can. You may find yourself in a position you never would have wanted but, none the less enjoy.
     
  18. zoharmodifier

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    It's true, subjects like history will probably never be used in everyday life. But you know what? That's ok. Taking all those classes in K-12 isn't about learning something "useful," it's about enriching your life. In some ways, yes, it's just about "looking smart," but I think there's a difference between looking smart and being a clueless douchebag (like the people you see on "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader" and Jaywalking). And like the last poster said... as a teenager, you really don't know what you will ultimately end up in. So it's good to have a good foundation in everything.
     
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    If you genuinely have too much work and didn't have time to finish it then guess what; neither will the rest of your class. If your teacher's being an unreasonable arse and setting you too much to cope with then tell them about it! A whole class running out of time is a pretty good sign that they've got something wrong.

    Otherwise you are just asking to get your ass kicked. These "do my homework for me because I'm a lazy bastard who didn't bother starting it earlier oh noes fix it for me" threads never end well...
     
  20. NeSchn

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    Hmmm, how quick and easy are they? I wouldn't mind doing a few.
     
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