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Active vs. Passive Voice

When writing or speaking, the “voice” you use to communicate can dramatically change the message you are delivering. A formal voice, for instance, conveys a sense of authority and confidence. An informal voice can help your audience feel at ease. Although there are many different ways to alter t...

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What Are Irregular Plurals?

Language is defined by its rules and guidelines, all of which must be at least partly known or understood in order to speak and write efficiently. The English language is no different, and having a thorough understanding of exactly how different parts of speech work—and the situations in which th...

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BIPAP vs CPAP

One of the most common sleep disorders in America is sleep apnea, which is when breathing stops and starts while asleep, and it impacts an estimated 22 million people. Sleep apnea is usually either obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), where the throat is obstructed by either fatty tissue or relaxed mu...

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Formulas for the Hesi® Physics Test

If you’re planning to work in radiology or some other imaging-related job at a hospital or clinic, then you’ll need to take the HESI Physics Test. You might be scared, but you don’t need to be! We have prepared comprehensive test prep materials just for you. You can check out our free study gu...

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Formulas You’ll Need to Know for the HESI® Chemistry Test

If you’re preparing for the HESI® test, you probably know that the HESI® Chemistry section is really important. After all, chemistry is going to be a big part of your nursing career. Chemistry is special in the sense that it combines theoretical and mathematical knowledge. How Do I Get Ready fo...

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Active vs. Passive Voice

When writing or speaking, the “voice” you use to communicate can dramat…

What Are Irregular Plurals?

Language is defined by its rules and guidelines, all of which must be a…

BIPAP vs CPAP

One of the most common sleep disorders in America is sleep apnea, which…