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The RA was a challenging task for me because I felt the instructions were unclear, I did not really understand the task. I felt the purpose was really loose and there were no specifications or key points to follow. When I started this projected I started a week ahead in hopes to end early or use the additional time to solidify my essay. However, I found myself struggle to finish barely on time because I kept starting over and over, it was not until the third time I rewrote it that I was satisfied with where I was going. I would say that the lack of clarity made my rhetorical analysis essay one of my weakest performance this quarter. Nevertheless, I used my mistakes in my rhetorical analysis essay as a guideline, I made sure I that I would repeat

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