Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
Does Harvard referencing system require the authors to be stated in alphabetical order?
Can I earn a Harvard online degree?
What high school classes or courses does Harvard require?
Now you'r in Asia in 11th grade attendin sat this year and if you get scholarship score in sat can you admit in Harvard or any other university of US without finishing high school?
Do you need to take GRE to get into Harvard?
The GRE is a general knowledge test (verbal, quantitative, and a written sample) only for graduate schools (masters and doctoral degrees) whereas the SAT and ACT are for undergraduate schools. On a side note, I have heard that the SAT is preferable to the ACT--especially for more elite schools like Harvard. So, to answer your question, you would have to take the GRE to get into most graduate programs at Harvard; but then again, it really depends on the program (e.g., the M.D. program requires the MCAT, graduate business schools require the GMAT, and law schools require the LSAT,). The best thing to do is to read the FAQs for the program or college you wish to apply to.
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Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, Harvard University
Does Harvard require an SAT score or will ACT work?
If you go the the Harvard website (www.harvard.edu), click on Admission & Financial Aid, then click on the link for undergraduates. Once you're here you want to click on Admission & Financial Aid FAQ. This will give you a list of topics. Click on Standerdized Tests found under the admissions category. There you will find an answer to your question along with other similar questions. Hope this helps! Along with the SAT I, Harvard requires three SAT II subject tests. Taking the ACT too won't hurt, though.
Asked in Science, Academic Writing
How do you publish an abstract in a scientific journal?
I'm a bit puzzled by this question. Abstracts are nearly always written by the authors of the articles that are 'abstracted'. Many journals require authors of articles to write an abstract if they submit an article for publication. There are, of course, also abstracting journals. These publish only abstracts, but they always ask the authors of the articles to write them. If you get a request for an abstract from an abstracting journal you nearly always have to submit the abstract on a form provided by the journal, and this includes notes for guidance (for example, on such things as length).
Asked in Academic Writing, APA Format
When citing a source it is sufficient to provide the name of the author and the title of the text?
If you are handing the piece of work in to be assessed you should check what format they would like your references in. For a book you normally require: Author, Title, Publisher, Publisher City, Year Printed, and page number. For a journal paper you require: Authors, Journal Name, Number and Volume, Year Published and page number.
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Does the 2007 Dodge Magnum require a cabin filter?
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What is the difference between require and require once?
Which countries require toefl and which require IELTS?
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How do you get a bullet out of you?
How many SAT 2 subject tests do you have to do to get into college?
With the addition of a Writing section on the SAT-1, only 4 colleges still require 3 SAT-2 exams: Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and Georgetown. All other colleges that require the SAT-2 have reduced the requirement to two. Many colleges will accept the ACT in lieu of the SAT-2. It's best to check each college's website for the most updated info and requirements.
Asked in Softball
Soft ball history?
Softball developed as a younger version of baseball. Softball was started by elements of other sports of which were boating, boxing and football. A boating club, a boxing glove and a football game were key parts in the very first game of softball. Softball was first introduced on Thanksgiving Day in 1887 at a Harvard-Yale football game. A man from Yale playfully threw a boxing glove at the Harvard grads after the game was done and bets were paid. A fan from Harvard hit the glove away with a broom handle. A game of indoor baseball commenced as a result. George Hancock, part of the Harvard and Yale Alumni who gathered at the Farragut Boat Club in Chicago that day to hear the score of the annual football game, made a large, soft ball by taking a boxing glove and tying it. The ball was fielded barehanded since it was soft and didn't require gloves like those used in baseball.
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Which one cost more yale or Harvard?