“I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.” ~Edward Everett Hale. Therefore, because I am only one person, and one person may never perfect his knowledge in any field, I will do my best with what I have. For the aspects that I struggle in, I need a mentor to assist me in the creation of my paper. This mentor will need to be well informed in the field of science, exhibits good grammar and spelling skills, which I lack, and be responsible enough to turn in my assignments on time as to not penalize my overall grade. The Central High School faculty member that I feel best fits these requirements is Mr. Quick.
My paper will assess the potential negative effects of exposure to radiofrequency-modulated electromagnetic fields (RF-EMFs), which are emitted by most cellular devices and if the usage of such devices can be dangerous. Due to my lack of knowledge in the field of radiology, I need someone who understands the terminology to explain any questions I may have. Mr. Quick, as an educator of science, will be able not to only help with the understanding of the material but allow to offer insights on the topic.
As I write my paper, I will need a mentor that will catch most, if not all, of my spelling and grammatical errors and mistakes that I have overlooked and/or missed. Mr. Quick should be able to fill my needs, due to the fact that I have atrocious grammatical skills, upon the assumption that he is indeed well accustomed to the process of revising essays and is decent at spelling.
While I am working on my paper I need not worry about getting the assignments turned in by the due date, thus I need Mr. Quick to be responsible enough to analyze and turn in the work on time to the right place that I may focus on the task at hand.
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