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Name Keys to Academic Success Part 3: How to Show What You Know
Date Sep 30 (Thu)
8:00pm EDT / 5:00pm PDT
Duration: 1h 00m
Location Online
Speaker

Jed Applerouth

Speaker

John Cadenhead

Description

Too often kids who know the material struggle to deliver a final product that makes the grade. But it doesn't have to be this way. In this final webinar, Jed Applerouth and John Cadenhead will help you hack the hardest part - how to show what you know.

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