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This book is a amazing overview of the various visas ever, it really skimps on info of applying for greencard & only one chapter, the a lot of scenarios are all jumbled together, which causes me to be confused on which parts are relevant.I got much better detail from things on the internet. The author has other books that specifically focuses these topics, and they may be more useful.
NOLO is known for its thoroughly engaging publications. This one is no different. It is easily understood. Lay perople should have small difficulty getting a very important introduction to the complicated and complex globe of Immigration. While it could never substitute for the tip and counsel of an experienced Immigration attorney, this book does provide the reader with more than a primary understanding of what's behind the different Immigration forms and applications. I highly recommend it.
This book gives you a amazing primary overview with enou detail to be helpful, but not overwhelming. Amazing for getting your feet wet,but wouldn't rely on it as a sole sourc if you are a petitioner, lawyer, or paralegal.
This book hits the "high spots" and does not go into very much detail at all! The table of contents is not very extensive and the entries here do not have page numbers listed. Also the individual pages are not labeled showing chapter and contents subject. All these things create the book very hard to navigate! In addition, there is no index at the end of the book. I would not suggest buying this book and to look for something better on Amazon.
I have used PC's long enough that the shift to Windows 10 felt large - it looked different, it acted different, and all my normal functions felt hidden. I've managed to figure it out, but want I'd had this book a couple of years ago. It is a amazing primary review of how to navigate Victory 10 from the perspective of what changed from prior Windows versions. If you are familiar with Windows and feel like you've lost functions, this will support you search them. And it will give you the basics for finding fresh ways to do things. I actually felt inspired to test using Edge after reading it.
I read this book over about a week long period and learned more in that week than I did from 2 years of messing around with Windows 10 om my own. I never liked Windows 10 when I was upgraded versus my will and was a huge Windows 7 fan. But I got some amazing info out of this book which created me warm up to it a little.
I bought this book so that I could network my home computers. The book did a amazing job of telling me what a home network was but said nothing about how to set one up. LOOK FOR ANOTHER SOURCE if you are wanting to learn how to setup a home network.
This book, ostensibly a tutorial to the mysteries of Windows10 for a user approaching the operating system for the first time, has provided me with a single clue about any of the a lot of questions I've had. Despite Microsoft's emphatic claim that 10 is intuitive and just easy as pie for the average fresh user, it is anything but, and a amazing tutorial (what happened to the "Bibles" of previous Microsoft operating systems?) is sorely needed. Windows10 Created Simple is not such a guide.
The book has some amazing info that helped clear up the confusion on some things I didn't like about Windows 10. Some of the info was a small advanced for me but overall it helped and I'm glad I got it.
Not the best instruction book I have used. No index in the back and a lot of things not covered or explained very well. I had a house fire so wanted an all-in-one manual to cover as much as could.
Not a very amazing book. It says it is 105 pages, but it is really closer to 80 as far as the actual content of what you are buying the book for goes. The book only covers the absolute basics, and not all that well. Then he makes a reference to the John Carpenter film "They Live" but calls it "Them." If he can't reference a film title correctly, then I have to wonder what all else he got wrong. Anyway, I've discovered Your CUT TO: Is Showing: The Most Complete Spec Screenplay Formatting Tutorial Ever Written is a far better book on the topic of screenplay formatting. It covers everything in amazing detail with hundreds of examples. I'd suggest that book over this one.
I've read several screenplay formatting books and I've attended seminars and master classes that were not only overwhelming but outdated. Michael's book is filled with concise current info which simplifies the process. I'm excited to use his formatting suggestions on my next screenplay.
Nothing was explained in depth, and the book was so short, could have been single spaced on 1 or 2 pages. Not helpful at all. Examples were dreadful. Would not recommend this farce of a book.
This kindle e-book has two significant problems.1) No attempt at formatting the screenplay text for kindle. None. Every part of every screenplay example fragment is left-justified, in the default kindle font. More than likely, the kindle ver is a simple-minded automated translation from a PDF original. The author kindly offers the PDF ver of this book if you ask him for it... and you WILL need the PDF to obtain a decently readable copy of this e-book. Don't expect to have fun the reading experience of the Amazon format book on your kindle e text also has annoyingly huge paragraph breaks, which are actually also in the PDF version. One wonders if this was done to pad out the length of the PDF? (even so it is very short - 43 pages). Or perhaps the entire text of the book was done in a program like Final Draft, and that is the default spacing? That might also explain the lack of a table of contents.2) There is no distinction between what is appropriate for spec scripts vs shooting scripts. 99% of those wanting to learn about formatting are going to be writing spec scripts, and yet this book goes into amazing detail about camera angles, sound effects, etc. with nary a caveat. I really doubt that most script readers are going to appreciate a fresh screenwriter trying to "direct" a film like is a shame the book has these shortcomings, as there is quite a bit of amazing information here. Not amazing value at the asking price though.
That's right, this book should be renamed, replacing "stupidly" with "brilliantly" because, if anything, most other books on this topic create it stupidly hard while this one shows how simple it can be to write a no-nonsense tutorial to aspiring screenwriters. After having read this book, it's almost laughable to think that not more "how to" books are written in this way. It baffles me when I think of the wealth of books and articles I have read that could have achieved the same results if only their authors hadn't been so preoccupied with appearing knowledgable. It's nice to finally read a book where the author actually gets to the point within a few paragraphs, or sentences even, without showcasing their own expertise for fifteen pages or, as I search the "...For Dummies" series to tell you quite often after having been introduced to a subject: "but more on that later...". A tutorial to anything should be streamlined and give you only the pertinent info when needed, this book will do just that. If you wish to know how to write a flashback, read the section on flashbacks and a short while later you will know how to write a flashback. It's that easy because it IS that simple. I have unlearned years of poor habits and I have shed a lot of uncertainty as a effect of reading this short, what makes this book so amazing is, it's to the point, it never confuses you, and, best of all, it leaves you feeling inspired to write. Best $2.99 investment I have ever made.
I'm fresh to screen writing. Having said that, I read this book in just 2 hours and I'm a very slow reader. The author was humorous yet informative. I feel ready to start putting my story into screenplay format even though I had no previous knowledge about screen writing. Very helpful. Thanks!
I've read my fair shares of DIY's, and this one was one of the best. Rogan explained the techniques of screenwriting in a clear, succinct manner with a generous touch of humor. As a novice screenwriter, the reader experiences a relationship with the author, but the author maintains a comfortable setting. He introduces classic films like "Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang" and "Brick" as model examples for narration in script. Additionally, he plays with commonly known actors and puts them in hypothetical scenes. I had a amazing laugh out of gan's a amazing writer. I don't know much about screenwriting, but after reading this, I even tried out some of my own scripts. His step-by-step book is quick, simple to follow, and an enjoyable read. If you need to brush up on your screenwriting skills or if you just wish to test something new, grab this ebook!
This book has plenty of examples on each topic, which is key for really understanding the nuances of screenplay formatting. For example, the book really covers Secondary Shot headings and provides a ton of examples. The author mixes in humor while discussing the do's and don'ts of screenplay formatting, and provides very practical tip in each chapter. Understanding formatting before you begin writing is critical, so that you can really bring your story to life on paper. I highly recommend this book.
This book is simple to read, but I still need some more info before I can screen write. It is a amazing reference along with some others.
I bought this book hoping that it would support create some of the pathology concepts easier for me to understand but this book, unfortunately, does not go into enough detail and in the end, was not very helpful. This would be amazing for someone taking A&P courses but not for nursing school.
MUST HAVE FOR NURSING STUDENTS! It breaks down elytes in a method that you can understand. But remember: this book isn’t going to create you remember the s/s of hyperkalemia, it just makes its actions much, MUCH easier to understand.
This is my first foray into the Created Incredibly Simple series. I never really sat down and read this book front to back, but I hold going back to it over and over again because it's so useful. If you're a nursing student who takes in info best by reading it but also have problem slogging through dry textbooks, this book is a amazing compromise. There are lots of cartoon illustrations to support you remember the points you need to, along with detailed tables and teaching point boxes. This is one of those books I'd suggest you buy instead of renting; so much of your curriculum is built on fluids and electrolytes.
I had to buy this book for nursing school and it is such an simple read! It really does explain fluids and electrolytes in an understandable manner. The book is paperback and flips through pages easily that do not tear. Colors are nice and bright and this is a very light book. Recommend to anyone who is in nursing school or who wants some information on fluid balance!
As an RN for 10+ years I found this book to be extremely useful, very user-friendly and was written in a method that was simple to understand and abled to be remembered. I’m not a guru who can sift through 200 pages to search one ity-bitty mistake. Overall the book is excellent!
Supplementing with this book for med-surg theory has been very helpful for me. Acid/base balance can feel overwhelming to tackle but this resource has helped clarify things for me and create the topic much less murky.
This is a amazing book. I think this book will be amazing as a reference for NCLEX prep. I had a fluid and electrolytes try that I used this book to study for. The material is simple to read and follow.
If it wasn't for this easier version, I wouldn't have done as well on my 1st year nursing try on it. My assigned textbook was just method to heavily detailed. This book gave me what I required in a simplified, simple to remember version.
I am a physician who unfortunately took French in high school, and I have been frustrated for years with my lack of Spanish, so I decided to test to learn the language. I started with Fluenz, which is excellent, but does not have anything remotely related. I knew this from the beginning, so I read a lot of reviews looking for a book to supplement the medical part. Unfortunately, this book is terribly written. First, it is certainly not for anyone who does not have any background in [email protected]#$%!& may be helpful if you know the language well, and you just wish to learn the medical terms. otherwise, they seem to use the most complicated statements for their teaching examples. One example of many, is "Do environmental factors, such as temperature extremes, humidity, and pollution, affect your ability to exercise". I wouldn't even use language like that with an educated English-speaking patient. another example is "Have you noticed a change in your ability to remember things", instead of a much easier statement of "Are you having any issues with memory", or something else with less words. The only reason I gave this two stars is that the book comes with access to an online supplement that the book is beautiful good
This book is very poorly edited. It has useful information, but MANY spanish spelling and even usage errors. I'm not a native Spanish speaker, but I've lived in Spain and majored in it in college, so I'm confident in my analysis. For instance "nasal flaring" is translated "enrojecmient de la nariz". "Enrojecmiento" (which is not a word), is probably "enrojecimiento" misspelled. However, that word means reddening, not flaring. Still it is a useful book for organizing my studying for medical interpreting and for a comprehensive review of anatomy and physiology in Spanish. But use at your own risk. I'm looking up every word that seems suspect!
has several typos and a handful of mistakes that either jumped out at me, or my professor had to correct along the way. Overall it's a amazing book though, with context for the situations in which I'd hear the vocabulary.
Spanish is widely spoken in Southern California and being able to communicated primary ideas and phrases can go a long way, especially in a hospital. This book provides a amazing basis to be able to quickly communicate without having to call a translator.