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Unformatted text preview: About half way through my revision process, I began to see that if I would have spent more time developing my thesis in the beginning, then my paper would have come along a lot smoother. Other than developing my thesis more thoroughly, I regret not spending more time on my paper as a whole. I do realize that there were some events that were out of my control, but I should have still made more time for this paper the weekend before. I was extremely upset with myself for not having a draft ready by the early review date, and I now see how helpful that review truly could have been. This is why I am already starting on my next paper so that I have plenty of time to revise and refinish. Overall, I really did enjoy writing this paper. This was a learning experience for me as a whole, and I really hope to not make some of the same stupid mistakes next time. This just goes to show that revision, although only 10% of time, truly is 90% of importance....
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course EH 101 taught by Professor Mr.joeykennedy during the Fall '10 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
- Fall '10