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A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE PLUS A $50.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE

6 Aug

Hello, Former Students and Clients!

Do you remember those application essays that “nailed it,” the proposal that brought you exactly what you wanted, the perfect wording for your website and advertising copy? How about the “killer” résumé that got you that interview?

Perhaps you’re one of the SAT, GRE, or GMAT test takers whose scores increased by 80-240 points or whose ACT improvement by 6-8 points put you over the top. Maybe you’re one of the graduate students whose committee finally accepted your master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation?

OR, were you a student in one of my classes whose reading comprehension soared, essays earned B+ to A, and whose improved note-taking skills still helps you capture every important word or idea? Remember the quality of support Joyce Singer and WriteRight! provided.        

REDEEMING YOUR GIFT. . . . .

Through November 1, for each referral you, or one of your contacts, makes to any student; entrepreneur; corporation, or thesis or dissertation writer who then engages our services, WriteRight! is offering a fifty-dollar ($50.00) gift certificate at your favorite restaurant. OR, we will make a donation (in your name) to your chosen school or charity. Your gift, or thank-you notice accepting your donation, will arrive shortly after your referrals remit payment for a minimum of four contact hours.  (Skype and FaceTime sessions available)

So, while you’re thinking of it, tell your friends and acquaintances to visit www.joycesinger.com for contact information and to learn how we can help them shine on paper, get into that first-choice school, write business-related documents that get results, or perfect their thesis/dissertation.

I look forward to learning about your favorite “hot-spots”!

JS 🙂

Yikes! It’s July 10th!!!!

10 Jul

Wasn’t Memorial Day weekend only two weeks ago or so? The summer tempis is fugit(ing), and before you know it Labor Day will be upon us!

So, if you’re a

  •  College Graduate who wants to apply to graduate, law, or business school, I CAN HELP!
  • High School Senior stressing over your personal statement and supplemental essays, I CAN HELP!
  • High School Junior or Senior looking to prep. for the SAT or ACT, I CAN HELP!
  • Soon-to-Be College Freshman, who wants to enter college fully prepared for your new academic demands, I CAN HELP!
  • Parent who wants to provide your child with an enriching summer experience that will transform his/her love of learning, reading, and writing, I CAN HELP!
  • M.A., M.S. or Ph. D. Candidate working on your thesis or dissertation, I CAN HELP!
  • Job Seeker, who needs assistance creating a “Knock ’em dead” resume, I CAN HELP!

Now, what can YOU do?  Check out my website http://www.joycesinger.com.  Read the sections that apply to you. Think about the testimonials from students and parents, and then,

YOU WILL KNOW WHAT TO DO!

Have fun (really), and save some $$$ too!

8 May

  15 % discount coupon

Receive a FIFTEEN PERCENT DISCOUNT toward the first $500.00 of all WriteRight! services engaged before June 15, 2012.

www.joycesinger.com

(203) 259-1442

Mind your manners!

9 Feb

Remember your parents’ warnings?  You paid attention, didn’t you?

Here’s my advice for today: Mind your fingers! With texting and e-mails  flying in cyberspace,  it’s far  too easy to slip into text-spelling mode when sending important messages.

AND, check your message one last time before you hit Send.  The auto-correct feature may do just the opposite.  It JUST happened to me!!!!!!  For real!  I typed “feature” earlier in this paragraph and it auto-corrected to “feather tire,” which makes absolutely NO sense unless, of course, you’re a bird flying a bi-plane!

Ciao for now–

JS 🙂

http://www.joycesinger.com

Tips for Today!

31 Jan

Today, I edited the work of a brilliant, highly accomplished female executive.  Here’s the tip I shared with her:  The point of your sentence should come last for emphasis.  In  following this advice and reworking her sentences, the revisions resulted in an astounding difference in her writing!

Also, once again I am reminded of the importance of knowing one’s purpose, understanding the audience, and searching for precise words to drive home a message.

JS 🙂

Be Smarter!

7 Sep

The smartest people are not the ones who know all the answers;

THEY ARE THE ONES WHO KNOW WHAT QUESTIONS TO ASK!

Never leave class with your questions unanswered!    

“WHY?” is a good way to start!

JS 🙂