Asked by Anonymous
YES, book recommendations are one of my favorite things to partake in, whether I’m hearing them or telling them :)
I’m guessing that you mean novels, or else there’s a whole bunch of non-fiction and poetry books that are great to read and my favorites also.
These first come to mind - White Oleander by Janet Fitch, Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, The Road by Cormac McCarthy, Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller.
Quick Tips for Answering Multiple Choice Questions
1. Read question and underline what it’s asking you.
2. Cover the answer choices (a, b, c, d) with your hand and try to answer the question yourself, without any help. Seeing the answer choices will just confuse and distract you.
3. Use the Process of Elimination:
- Eliminate what is obviously a wrong answer
- Now only focus on what’s left. Now you won’t pay attention to the wrong answer choice and it won’t distract you anymore.
Note* Strongly-worded answer choices are rarely the right answer! See example on the picture :)
My econ professor told us a few of these- you still have to study, but these techniques makes it easier for you to find the right answer among all the wrong ones that distract you.
** If you have any more tips you’d like to share with us, Submit them to me and I will post them and credit you, of course, or comment below!
what if all the scenerios we make up in our head are actually real events happening in an alternative universe and we’re actually connecting with our alternate self’s mind
you just broke the fourth wall
if parallel universes exist, all the scenarios we make up in our head are actually happening somewhere