One of the reasons we’re dedicated to taking care of insurancefor students like you is because we know you have enough things to worry about without adding health care to the list. A university education takes a lot of hard work. Many new students struggle with learning how to write according to their university’s guidelines—and that includes both native English speakers and those working with English as a second language.
If you’re struggling with writing your assignments, you are not alone. Virtually every student faces this challenge—it’s part of the process! What you may not know is that there are resources available to help you improve your academic writing. That’s right—nearly every university has a writing centre, offering free consultations with tutors or writing workshops to help you out.
From improving your writing style, or learning how to make a clear thesis statement, to learning how to properly cite your sources and avoid plagiarism—your school’s writing centre is there to help you pick up important skills that you will use for the rest of your career.
Are you convinced? Thinking of seeking out some tutoring? To help you get there, we’ve compiled a list of writing centres at many of Canada’s largest universities. Take a look!
Don’t see your school on the list? Try searching your school’s website or get in touch with an academic advisor to see what options are available for you.
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