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I am a freshman in college and this is the first time I have received help over the internet. I have been using this site for a couple of days now and all I have to say is that this site is great!

I would like to say thanks to all the "helpers"!

We are here to help. All are volunteers; therefore, don't wait until the last minute to post. Post with some time because we get on and answer questions when we have a little time to do so. Most of us have other things to do, too, but we like to do this. Good luck with your studies.

i am a freshman in high school. today is the first day i discovered this site. i absolutely love it! too bad you didn't discover the site until now...

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