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PSYC285: Lifespan Development


The quizzes and Final Exam in PSYC285 are both open book and open notes. While some students are anticipating that these open-book exams will be easier than paper-and-pencil exams, these exams are typically just as challenging, if not more challenging than traditional tests.


The Final Exam for PSYC285 will consist of 50 questions, including four essays. You will have 3.5 hours to complete the exam. The weekly quizzes in this class are each comprised of 10 multiple-choice questions and one short essay. You will have 30 minutes to complete each quiz.


For the Final Exam and the quizzes, you may use the eBook, lectures, and your notes.


The Final Exam is built on three levels of knowledge.


  • Knowledge and Comprehension: This level deals with knowing and remembering facts, such as principles, methods, and concepts.

  • Application and Analysis: This level deals with the use of abstract ideas, rules, or generalized methods and the understanding of relationships between elements or parts.

  • Synthesis and Evaluation: This level, which is the most difficult, deals with arranging and combining concepts to form a new whole. It also deals with the ability to judge the value of material based on given criteria.


What does this mean to you as a student? It means that you will have a variety of questions, some easy, some not so easy, and some that will be difficult. So, how should you study for this type of exam? First, review the lectures. Next, and I believe that this is the most important part, create a system that allows you to “bookmark” important information in your text. Many of the most difficult questions are built on the understanding that you will have access to this information, and you need to have it readily available. In short, you will not have time to search for the information that you will need to answer the questions completely.


Review the study guide (but remember, there is no guarantee that absolutely everything on the Final Exam is in the study guide). Dig into the material and get comfortable with it – this will be time consuming, but will bring successful results. Time management on the Final is critical, so be sure to review the piece here on that.


Good luck to all!



Time Management on the Final Exam


As noted above, the Final Exam is 3.5 hours long (210 minutes). There are 50 multiple-choice questions and four essay questions. In other courses, students have, at times, become too wrapped up in the multiple-choice questions. They pour through the text to make sure that they get the three-point question correct. This can be a big mistake if one fails to allow enough time to complete the essay questions.


Students should consider budgeting their time on the Final. If one spends an average of two minutes on each multiple-choice question (50 questions @ two minutes each = 100 minutes), then they would have 110 minutes left for the four essay questions (about 27 minutes each). The essay questions on the Final are a bit more involved than the ones on the quizzes.


For a student attempting to do each essay in 22.5 minutes (some will indeed want more time than this), you would want to have the following number of questions done by the following points.


10 multiple-choice questions 20 minutes

20 multiple-choice questions 40 minutes

30 multiple-choice questions 60 minutes

40 multiple-choice questions 80 minutes

50 multiple-choice questions 100 minutes

1st Essay 127 minutes

2nd Essay 154 minutes

3rd Essay 181 minutes

4th Essay 208 minutes



If you believe that you will need more than 27 minutes per essay question, then revise the way that you budget your time! You may also want to consider doing the essay questions first.The pace required to complete the quizzes can serve as a rough guide to the pace required to finish the Final Exam.



Week 1: Introduction & Prenatal Development

Chapter 1

1.2 Thinking About Development

  • Issues in human development

  • Basic forces in human development

1.3 Developmental Theories:


  • Psychodynamic Theory – especially Erikson’s Theory

  • Learning Theory (Behaviorism and Social-Learning Theory)

  • Cognitive-Developmental Theory – especially Piaget, Kohlberg, Vygotsky, and Information Processing Theory

  • Ecological and Systems Approach – including Bronfenbrenner’s and Competence-Environmental Press Theory

  • Life-span perspective, selective optimization with compensation, and life-course perspective

  • UCS, UCR, CS, CR, Stimulus Generalization, Extinction, Spontaneous Recovery, Classical Conditioning in Real Life (prejudice, phobias, etc.)

  • Operant Conditioning, Reinforcement (positive, negative, primary, and secondary reinforcements), Schedules of Reinforcement, Shaping, Punishment, Premack Principle, Operant Conditioning in Real Life

  • Cognitive-Social Learning Theory: Insight and Latent Learning, Bandura’s Social Learning model, Cognitive-Social Learning in Real Life



1.4 Doing Developmental Research


  • Measurement in human development research (systematic observation, sampling behavior with tasks, self-reports, physiological measures, reliability and validity, and representative sampling)

  • General designs for research (correlational studies, experimental studies)

  • Designs for studying development (longitudinal studies, cross-sectional studies, sequential studies)

  • Integrating findings from different studies

  • Conducting research ethically

  • Communicating research results

  • Applying research results: social policy



Chapter 2

2.1 In The Beginning: 23 Pairs of Chromosomes


  • Mechanisms of heredity

  • Genetic disorders (inherited disorders, abnormal development)

  • Heredity, environment, and development (behavioral genetics: mechanisms and methods, paths from genes to behavior)


2.2 From Conception To Birth




2.3 Influences on Prenatal Development


  • General risk factors (nutrition, stress, mother’s age)

  • Teratogens: drugs, diseases, and environmental hazards

  • How teratogens influence prenatal development

  • Prenatal risk

  • Prenatal diagnosis and treatment: genetic counseling, prenatal diagnosis, and fetal medicine



2.4 Labor and Delivery


Week 2: Infancy and Early Childhood

Chapter 3


3.2 Physical Development


  • Growth of the body (nutrition, malnutrition)

  • The emerging nervous system (the making of a working brain, emerging brain structures, structure and function, brain plasticity)


3.3 Moving and Grasping – Early Motor Skills


  • Locomotion (posture and balance, stepping, perceptual factors, coordinating skills, beyond walking)

  • Fine motor skills (reaching and grasping, handedness)



3.4 Coming To Know the World


  • Smell

  • Hearing

  • Seeing (color, depth, perceiving objects)

  • Integrating sensory information





3.5 Becoming Self-Aware


  • Origins of self-concept

  • Theory of mind

Chapter 4


4.1 The Onset of Thinking: Piaget’s Account

  • Basic principles of cognitive development

  • Equilibration and stages of cognitive development

  • Sensorimotor thinking (adapting to and exploring the environment, understanding objects, using symbols)

  • Preoperational thinking (egocentrism, centration, appearance as reality)

  • Evaluating Piaget’s Theory (alternative explanations of performance, consistency in performance)

  • Extending Piaget’s account of children’s naïve theories (naïve physics, naïve biology)


Chapter 5


5.1 Beginnings: Trust and Attachment

  • Erikson’s stages of early psychosocial development (basic trust vs. mistrust, autonomy vs. shame and doubt; initiative vs. guilt)

  • The growth of attachment (steps towards attachment, father-infant relationships, forms of attachment, consequences of attachment)

  • What determines quality of attachment?

  • Attachment, work, and alternative care giving



5.2 Emerging Emotions


  • Experiencing and expressing emotions (measuring emotions, development of basic emotions, emergence of complex emotions, later development, cultural differences in emotional expression)

  • Recognizing and using others’ emotions

  • Regulating emotions



5.3 Interacting with Others


  • The joys of play (make believe, solitary play, gender differences in play, parental influence, learning to cooperate)

  • Helping others (skills underlying altruistic behavior, socialization of altruism)





Week 3: Middle & Late Childhood


Chapter 6

6.1 Cognitive Development

  • More sophisticated thinking: Piaget’s version (the concrete-operational period, the formal operational-period, comments on Piaget’s view)

  • Information-processing strategies for learning and remembering (memory strategies, metacognition


6.2 Aptitudes For School

  • Stereotype threat


6.3 Special Children, Special Needs


  • Convergent thinking

  • Divergent thinking

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder


6.4 Academic Skills


  • School-based influences on student achievement

  • Teacher-based influences on student achievement



6. 5 Physical Development


  • Growth

  • Development of motor skills (gender differences in motor skills)

  • Physical fitness

  • Participation in sports


Chapter 7


7.1 Family Relationships


  • The family as a system

  • Dimensions and styles of parenting (parenting styles. Parental behavior, influences of the marital system, children’s contributions: reciprocal influence.)

  • Siblings (adopted children, impact of birth order)

  • Divorce and remarriage (What aspects of children’s lives are affected by divorce? How does divorce influence development? Blended families)

  • Parent-child relationships gone awry: child abuse (who are abusing parents, effects of child abuse, preventing abuse and mistreatment)


7.2 Peers


  • Friendships (who are friends, quality and consequences of friendships)

  • Groups (group structure, peer pressure)

  • Popularity and rejection (causes and consequences of rejection)

  • Aggressive children and their victims


7.3 Television: Boob Tube of Window On The World?


  • Influence on attitudes and social behavior (stereotypes, consumer behavior, prosocial behavior)

  • Influences on cognition

  • Criticisms of t.v.



7.4 Understanding Others


  • Describing others

  • Understanding what others think

  • Prejudice



Week 4: Adolescence


Chapter 8

8.1 Pubertal Changes


  • Signs of physical maturation (physical growth, sexual maturation)

  • Mechanisms of maturation

  • Psychological impact of puberty (body image, response to menarche and spermarche, moodiness, rate of maturation)


8.2 Health


  • Nutrition (obesity, anorexia and bulimia)

  • Physical fitness

  • Threats to adolescent well-being



8.3 Information Processing During Adolescence


  • How does information processing improve in adolescence (working memory and processing speed, content knowledge, strategies and metacognitive skill)

  • Limits on information processing





8.4 Reasoning About Moral Issues


  • Kohlberg’s Theory

  • Cultural differences in moral reasoning

  • Beyond Kohlberg’s Theory (Gilligan’s Ethic of Caring, Eisenberg’s Levels of Prosocial Reasoning)

  • Promoting moral reasoning



Chapter 9


9.1 Identity and Self-Esteem


  • The search for identity

  • Ethnic identity

  • Self-esteem in adolescence

  • The myth of storm and stress


9.2 Romantic Relationships and Sexuality


  • Romantic relationships

  • Sexual behavior (sexually transmitted diseases, teenage pregnancy, and contraception)

  • Sexual orientation

  • Sexual coercion

9.3 The World of Work


  • Stages of career development

  • Personality-Type Theory (Holland)

  • Part-time employment


9.4 The Dark Side


  • Teenage alcohol consumption

  • Teenage smoking

  • Adolescent depression

  • Teen suicide

  • Delinquency





Week 5: Young Adulthood


Chapter 10

10. 1 When Does Adulthood Begin? (Page 382)

  • Establishing intimacy


10.2 Physical Development and Health

  • Growth, strength, & physical functioning

  • Health status

  • Smoking

  • Drinking alcohol



10. 3 Cognitive Development


  • How should we view intelligence in adults?

  • What happens to intelligence in adulthood (secondary mental abilities)?

  • Going beyond formal operations: thinking in adulthood (integrating emotion and logic in life problems)

  • The role of stereotypes in thinking (implicit social beliefs)


10.4 Who Do You Want To Be? Personality in Young Adulthood


  • Creating scenarios and life stories (McAdam’s life-social model)

  • Possible selves

  • Personal control beliefs



Chapter 11


11.1 Relationships


  • Friendships (friendship in adulthood, gender differences in friendships)

  • Love relationships (love through adulthood, falling in love, developmental forces and relationships)

  • The dark side of relationships: violence


11.2 Lifestyles


  • Singlehood

  • Cohabitation

  • Gay and lesbian couples

  • Marriage (What factors help marriages succeed? Do married couples stay happy? The early years, marriage at mid-life, older couples, keeping marriages happy)


11. 3 The Family Life Cycle


  • Deciding whether or not to have children

  • The parental role (ethnic diversity and parenting, single parents, alternative forms of parenting)


11.4 Divorce and Remarriage


  • Divorce (Who gets divorced and why? Effects of divorce on the couple, relationships with young children, and relationships with adult children)

  • Remarriage



Week 6: Middle Adulthood

Chapter 12

12.1 Occupational Selection and Development

  • Holland’s Theory

  • Donald Super’s Theory

  • Occupational Development


12.2 Gender, Ethnicity, & Discrimination

12.3 Occupational Transitions

  • Retraining Workers

  • Occupational Insecurity

  • Coping With Unemployment


12.4 Work and Family


  • The Dependent Care Dilemma

  • Juggling Multiple Roles


12.5 Leisure Activities


  • Types of Leisure Activities

  • Developmental Changes in Leisure

  • Consequences of Leisure Activities




Chapter 13

13.1 Physical Changes and Health

  • Changes in Appearance

  • Changes in Bones and Joints

  • Reproductive Health

  • Stress and Health

  • Exercise

13.2 Cognitive Development

  • Practical Intelligence

  • Becoming an Expert

  • Lifelong Learning

13.3 Personality

  • Change is the rule: changing priorities in midlife (What are generative people like? Does gender-role identity converge? Life transition theories and the midlife crisis)



13.4 Family Dynamics and Middle Age


  • Letting go: middle-aged adults and their children (becoming friends and the empty nest, when children come back)

  • Giving back: middle-aged adults and their aging parents (caring for aging parents, care-giving stress)

  • Grandparenthood (how do grandparents interact with grandchildren? Being a grandparent is meaningful, ethnic differences, when grandparents care for grandchildren)



Week 7: Late Adulthood, Dying, and Mental Illness


Chapter 14

14.2 Physical Changes and Health


  • Biological theories of aging

  • Physiological changes (changes in neurons, cardiovascular and respiratory systems

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Sensory changes

  • Health issues (sleep, nutrition, cancer, immigrant status)


14. 3 Cognitive Processes


  • Information processing (attention, psychomotor speed, working memory)

  • Memory (What changes? The impact of beliefs about memory aging. When is memory change abnormal? Remediating memory problems)

  • Creativity and wisdom



14.4 Mental Health and Intervention


  • Depression (How is depression diagnosed in older adults? What causes depression? How is depression treated in older adults?)

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Dementia: Alzheimer’s disease (symptoms, diagnosis, causes, helping victims and their loved ones)



Chapter 15

15.2 Personality, Social Cognition, and Spirituality

  • Integrity vs. despair

  • Well being and social cognition

15.3 I Used To Work At…. Living in Retirement


  • What does being retired mean?

  • Why do people retire? (Gender differences, ethnic differences)

  • Adjustment to retirement

  • Keeping busy in retirement


15. 4 Friends and Family in Late Life


  • Friends and siblings

  • Marriage and gay and lesbian partnerships

  • Caring for a partner

  • Widowhood

  • Great-grandparenthood


Chapter 16

16.2 Thinking About Death: Personal Aspects


  • A life course approach to dying

  • Dealing with one’s own death (Kubler-Ross Theory, a contextual theory of dying)

  • Death anxiety (learning to deal with death anxiety)

  • Creating a final scenario

  • The hospice option


16.3 Surviving the Loss: The Grieving Process


  • The grief process (risk factors in grief)

  • Normal grief reactions (grief over time)

  • Coping with grief

  • Traumatic grief reactions


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Oh no, if you save into a word document, the easiest would be wikisend - here are the directions (and would allow me to save your file and work directly on it there)

Here are the steps to use wikisend as it is the easiest and does not require an account. We are not able to get things by email (unfortunately)

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1. TCO 1 Smita studies two different cohorts over a 50-year period, testing each subject every five years. Smita is using a(n) _____ design. (Points : 3) longitudinal cross-sectional sequential experimental

2. TCO 1 A researcher is going to do a correlational study dealing with playing video games and intelligence. Because she is using this particular method, she will not be able to _____. (Points : 3)

measure the variables quantitatively determine the direction of the relationship between these two variables determine the magnitude of the relationship between these two variables determine whether one of these variables causes changes in the other

3. TCO 1 Orlaith is interested in studying the impact of growing up during the Great Depression on the saving and spending habits of individuals. Orlaith's perspective is best described as a _____ perspective. (Points : 3)

life-course life-span social-cognitive psychosocial

4. TCO 2 If tallness is dominant and designated as "T" and shortness is recessive and designated as "s," who would likely be short? (Points : 3)

Bing, who is "sT" Crosby, who is "Ts" Danny, who is "ss" Kay, who is "TT"

5. TCO 2 How would you create an individual who will definitely have blue eyes? (Points : 3)

Make sure he or she has a pair of homozygous chromosomes for blue eyes. Make sure he or she has a pair of heterozygous chromosomes for eye color. Make sure he or she has a pair of alleles for eye color. Make sure he or she has 1 recessive gene for blue eyes.

6. TCO 2 A knowledgeable nutritionist would tell a pregnant mother that in order to reduce the risk of having a baby born with spina bifida, the mother needs to make sure that she is ingesting an adequate amount of _____. (Points : 3)

vitamin A iron vitamin E folic acid

7. TCO 2 The sample taken during an amniocentesis comes from _____. (Points : 3)

the lining of the uterus inside the body of the fetus fluid surrounding the fetus the umbilical cord

8. TCO 2 What was the most critical lesson about teratogens learned from studies on the use of the drug DES by pregnant women? (Points : 3)

Sometimes what appear to be teratogens actually are harmless drugs. Infants in the late fetal period appear to be the most at risk for impact from drug-related teratogens. Sometimes the effects of teratogens are not apparent until long after exposure. Females appear to be at much greater risk from teratogens.

9. TCO 2 Research on prenatal exposure to video display terminals (VDTs) has indicated that_____. (Points : 3)

the most likely impact involves mental retardation VDT exposure has more impact on mom than fetus VDTs can safely be used by pregnant women the radiation levels of VDTs are similar to those of a common X-ray

10. TCO 2 Just after the birth of her son Nelly, mom Kelly was informed that little Nelly's neural tube did not properly close during his prenatal development. This would mean that Nelly will be diagnosed with _____. (Points : 3)

spina bifida muscular dystrophy cerebral palsy sickle-cell anemia

11. TCO 2 Thymine and cytosine are _____. (Points : 3)

types of genes examples of the first neurotransmitters produced in the brain types of twins examples of the basic chemical compounds that form the double helix of a DNA molecule

12. TCO 2 Troy is very interested in the field of fetal medicine. Given this, he would most likely be fascinated by a book entitled _____. (Points : 3)

Afterbirth Care and You The Benefits of Healthy Eating Before Pregnancy Fixing Birth Defects Before Birth The Importance of Childhood Inoculations

13. TCO 2 Which of the following statements about increased stress and prenatal development is false? (Points : 3)

Increased stress can weaken a woman's immune system. Women under stress are more likely to smoke cigarettes and drink alcohol and less likely to eat right and exercise. Increased stress will result in the mother secreting hormones that increase the heart rate and activity level of the fetus. None of the above options are false--all of the given statements are true.

14. TCO 3 Dr. Acuity is studying the sensing of color by researching the structure and development of cones. Where does she need to look to find these structures? (Points : 3)

The retina of the eye The frontal lobes of the brain The rear lobes of the brain The pupil of the eye

15. TCO 4 Carmela is struggling in the "autonomy versus guilt and shame" stage of psychosocial development. What aspect of her psychosocial development will result from her successful resolution of this conflict? (Points : 3)

Hope Wariness Will Purpose

16. TCO 4 Who is most likely exhibiting a complex emotion? (Points : 3)

Fyodor, who expresses joy when being held by his mother Alyosha, who is angry at her mother Dmitri, who is afraid of the neighbor's pet dog Katarina, who is proud of her new cat

17. TCO 5 If a parent told you, "My 1-year-old and I just participated in a study utilizing a 'Strange Situation,'" you would most accurately respond, _____. (Points : 3)

"I hope that your child is securely attached." "I hope that your child does not have any attention problems." "I hope that your child demonstrated autonomy." "I hope that your spouse took part in the study at the same time."

18. TCO 5 Which is the best example of a psychological force in the development of attachment? (Points : 3)

An infant's smiling and crying behavior An internal working model A mother's responsiveness to her infant Temperament

19. TCO 5 Which aspect of Sunshine Day Care Center's advertisement is inconsistent with your text's description of quality day care? (Points : 3)

Low teacher/student ratios Many educational programs New, energetic staff each day Regular, frequent parent-teacher meetings

20. TCO 5 Suppose that Sherry is a mother who is feeling guilty about sending her 20-month-old daughter off to day care. Assuming Sherry is sending her daughter to a quality day care center, should she be worried? (Points : 3)

No, as long as Sherry provides "good mothering" when she is with the child at home. No, because day care makes children more cooperative. Yes, because children younger than two who are in day care experience far more negative effects than positive effects. Yes, but only because her child is female.

21. TCO 6 Five-year-old Bud and 13-year-old Linnie are both taught a new memory strategy. They are then given a task on which the strategy proves effective. The next day, the children are given a memory task similar to the one given on the previous day. What should you expect to happen? (Points : 3)

Neither Bud nor Linnie will use the memory strategy learned on the previous day. Bud will use the memory strategy learned on the previous day while Linnie will likely not. Linnie will use the memory strategy learned on the previous day while Bud will likely not. Both Bud and Linnie will use the memory strategy learned on the previous day.

22. TCO 6 Theresa has just come to realize that in order to learn, she must focus her attention on her teacher, not her classmates. This indicates an advance in Theresa's _____ skills. (Points : 3)

divergent thinking scaffolding sensory memory metacognitive knowledge

23. TCO 6 & 7 If asked to list key symptoms for ADHD, you should avoid saying _____. (Points : 3)

"inarticulation" "overactivity" "inattention" "impulsivity"

24. TCO 8 Julie watches her sister swing her pet cat by the tail and watches as her sister gets punished for that behavior by her parents. Consequently, Julie learns not to swing her pet cat by the tail. Which term best describes this scenario? (Points : 3)

A negative reinforcement trap Counterimitation Indulgent parenting Direct instruction

25. TCO 8 If you wanted to raise a child who is smart and self-reliant, you should adopt a(n) _____ parenting style. (Points : 3)

authoritative authoritarian indulgent-permissive indulgent-uninvolved
I have #1-25 - let me know the time remaining as well.

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I can't get the last page upload so I will just send it here (3 short answer essay)



1. TCO 4
You are a nurse at a large hospital where a young woman recently gave birth to a child. The mother seems very disinterested in the baby and more concerned with resuming her social life. What would you predict to happen in late childhood to an infant who does not form a secure attachment to his or her primary caregiver? (15 pts.) What can be done to create a strong attachment between mother and child? (10 pts.)
(Points : 25)




2. Amy, a fourth-grade student, has few friends and is generally rejected by her peers. In light of what you have learned in this class, analyze and explain the causes (15 points) and consequences (10 points) of this problem. (Points : 25)




3.Suppose that you are a school teacher of a 14-year-old boy who seems to have rather good self-esteem. Hypothesize what ways his parents may have contributed to his self-esteem. Give examples of two major ways that they could contribute. (What do parents do that helps adolescents with their self-esteem?) (20 pts.) What role do peers play in self-esteem? (5 pts.) (Points : 25)

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Timing leave now : 3h 8mins

Updating I am now on to page 2 of the questions.

This is a larger set than I usually take on :-) I hope you will consider a bonus if you are satisifed with my help today.
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I can give you a bonus of $15 or $20 dollars added to the $40 if I am satisfied no problem at all

Working on short essay ones now.

The majority of these I feel real comfortable with. There are a couple "according to text" ones (I noted one of them) that I have to use my best judgment on.

Overall, I think this will be a great resource for you.

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Hello you did a great job on the exam did u receive the money?
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Did you receive the money?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

there is one more exam I have to do tonight before 12:00 would u be able to help me on this management exam?

Sure thing...

You will need to open a new thread - just put "For Teacher Greg" at the front of the post with the questions and I will help with them right away.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hello teacher greg


I have two project that I have to submit in the next 7 hrs would u be able to help me on this? and how much is it going to cost?


This is the instructions for the projects course includes two projects.docx

I so wish I could help on this but I am away today with some family obligations.

I would open a new thread with this info and mark it as urgent - hopefully someone has the time to help you today.

It is best to try to arrange these in advance due to scheduling, especially on larger projects like this.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Ok teacher greg I understand, can u please mark it as urgent to someone please.


Thank You!

You will need to open up a brand new question in the homework category. Since this question thread has already been rated, another expert cannot work from it at this point. Start a new question totally in the homework category with all your information.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hello teachergreg I post it in a new box and im not getting no one to help me what do I do from here?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hello Teachergreg:


I have a midterm that i have to do before sunday it's not long at all, would you be able to help me?

Sure thing - go ahead and post in a new thread with "For TeacherGreg Only" at the start of the prompt along with the midterm and I will work on it for you right away.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi teacher greg how do I post in a new thread?

Hello again,

On your questions page you can either click on "Ask this Expert a New Question" or use my weblink at and type your new question in the question box on my page.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi teachergreg!


Question : are you good with Project management?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Hello i was wondering if you can fill in my class for me? i will be out to different trade shows for the next 5 weeks and i will not have time and access to complete this class, so i'm asking if you can complete my work for me and will pay you every week for the work that you did The class is a project management class are you good with project management?
Hello again - you would need to post the assignments here for me as I cannot log in and access your account for the class.... That would actually be illegal.

If you want me to assist with work that you are able to post here for me, then let me know.