User_talk: Aly Grace

At 18:10, Sep 01, 2016

Article-Review-TeamArticle Review Team said about Study for Math (Middle School/High School):

Congrats on starting your first wikiHow article!

Like all new articles, it will now go through a quality review process to ensure it follows our community guidelines. If your article meets those guidelines, you'll get a note letting you know that it's been promoted.

In the meantime you can continue editing to improve your article, or try visiting our Community Dashboard for other ways to help. You might get a kick out of flipping through the Topic Greenhouse to find articles in your area of expertise so you can add your knowledge there, too!

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At 23:11, Sep 01, 2016

AnnaAnna said about Study for Math (Middle and High School):

Hey there, I wanted to let you know that I just promoted your article on How to Study for Math (Middle and High School). That means it's now fully published and searchable so that readers can find your good advice! Nicely done :)

At 23:15, Sep 01, 2016

AnnaAnna said:

PS I thought you tackled that topic really thoroughly! Do you have any kind of background in education or tutoring?

At 19:03, Sep 07, 2016

AnnaAnna said:

Hey again Aly,

I just wanted to give you a heads-up that you were featured in our weekly "Community Achievements" post today - you can check it out here, if you're interested. Thanks for helping to move our mission along last week :)

At 00:27, Sep 10, 2016

AnnaAnna said:

Yeah, very true - I think that comes into play a lot around the wiki. People helping others who are in the same boat! It can be really neat :)

Nice - I'm glad you feel that way, and that helping out can be a benefit for you, too, in what you practice as you go! If you need anything as you find your feet, don't hesitate to reach out - I'd be happy to help.

Oh and if you're looking for things to try, the Topic Greenhouse is a neat one - you might find other study-related articles there you could chip in with, if you're game!

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