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Self-Evaluation Questions


Submit with all essays/papers written outside of class for which you developed the topic.


1.     Did you stick with your original topic or did you change it along the way? Why?

2.     What problems did you encounter during the process of creating the essay?

3.     List two of the most important changes you made. Why did you make them?

4.     What part of your essay are you most proud of? Why?


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