DQ 1.4 - thing(Ha-ha I guess wanting a good grade could be...

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Hello Monica, I have never thought about or really heard of the WIIFM approach in the past when it comes to writing a paper, or an essay. I guess I have always just thought about the fact that I want a good grade and by selecting a topic that is interesting to me I am more apt to pay more attention to it. This now that I have read what I just wrote is the same
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Unformatted text preview: thing. (Ha-ha) I guess wanting a good grade could be considered part of the WIIFM outlook. So in closing Monica, I guess to answer your question about how will WIIFM will influence my decision as well as my experience with WIIFM the best answer I can give is wanting to earn the best grade possible....
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