Posted: August 5, 2014 Filed under: College Students, Education, eNotes News, High School Students | Tags: back to school, college students, eNotes, enotes.com, etexts, High School Students, homework help, literature guides, Q&A, study guides
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In this post, we’re covering the 3 best areas of eNotes to find the help you need with your upcoming classes. Even better: most of the help you find on eNotes is completely free to access. Check out our eNotes refresher course below and be prepared for Fall!
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Posted: September 28, 2012 Filed under: College Students, Education, eNotes News, Q & A, Teachers & Teaching | Tags: college application essay, editors, essay, essay help, essay lab, homework, paper, Q&A, research paper, thesis, works cited, Writing, writing help
Hey eNoters! Do you have papers coming up? Would you like some help with that? (You’re all nodding your heads, aren’t you?)
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How can I best quote from and cite a source in an essay?
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Posted: November 15, 2010 Filed under: eNotes News | Tags: Q&A, Question and Answer, The Great Gatsby
We’re thrilled to announce that the eNotes Q&A section has reached 100,000 student questions. Appropriately enough, the 100k question was asked about one of the most popular novels on eNotes, The Great Gatsby. Click here to read the question and the answer.
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