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@All : who can review my work ? Thanks a lot!!!
 
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Anyone can help ?
 
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Hi,

need to deliver my project by 2nd of November. Can anyone please review my work ?
 
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As you've probably noticed, folks seem reluctant to take a significant chunk out of their free time to do a full review of your work, especially when you haven't provided any work to review. Perhaps a better approach might be to pick a single topic you're not sure about and ask a specific question about it. Provide as much information as is relevant and show what you think is the correct answer and why. You might get better engagement that way. Start a new thread for each of your questions.

It's also worth remembering that your deadline is of no concern to anyone but you.
 
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