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ssyang89
07-10-2015, 10:29 PM
'Ok so I am taking this class dealing with Alice, BUT it is NOTHING pertaininy major at all? Is there anyone out there who is using Alice that can help me? Again I am willing to pay $10 for each assignment There is about 10 weeks of an assignment each week? I'm sure for those of you who are fond of Alice 2.4 will be very good at it, As for me, I'm not sure why my advisor is making me take this course, it has nothing to do with my IT degree. :( anyone please help? you can facebook me: Sunshy Yang or email me: ssyang89@gmail.com PLease ANYONE?:confused::confused::confused::(

MrMoke
07-11-2015, 08:27 AM
Please don't ask people to cheat for you.
Loser!

Oh! And for everyone else. Only respond to the e-mail address if you want to give yours up for a potential mountain of future SPAM.

chickentree
07-11-2015, 11:31 AM
'Ok so I am taking this class dealing with Alice, BUT it is NOTHING pertaininy major at all? Is there anyone out there who is using Alice that can help me? Again I am willing to pay $10 for each assignment There is about 10 weeks of an assignment each week? I'm sure for those of you who are fond of Alice 2.4 will be very good at it, As for me, I'm not sure why my advisor is making me take this course, it has nothing to do with my IT degree. :( anyone please help? you can facebook me: Sunshy Yang or email me: ssyang89@gmail.com PLease ANYONE?:confused::confused::confused::(

Well, I will make the following observations:

Alice is relevant to IT in that it is a gentle introduction to Programming. An IT person that can not write scripts, modify scripts ... is at a huge disadvantage.
Alice is used by Junior High (Middle School) students to begin using programming, so a college is not expecting too much by expecting you to figure it out.
Although it is not discussed much, jobs in IT require a certain amount of moral rectitude. You have access to information that can seriously affect a person or company. In light of your request, which I am sure would not be looked on favorably by any institution, I would ask you to examine your chosen path. Maybe a switch to marketing or janitorial services is in order.
If you are going for a liberal arts degree, many of the requirements do not apply directly to your degree yet they have value in and of themselves.

Suck it up, do the work yourself and stop looking for an "easy" way out.

Mark