Oct 28, 2013
Career Development 2819 Views
Students face many problems from study side. At starting, it’s about their career, then college, exams, placement, interview etc. But the biggest two problems are: which career to select and how to give interviews. No one gives coaching for these things. These things are to be done by the students only.
Many students have problems about their careers. They can’t choose their career easily. Sometimes, they select a wrong career and they have to pay for that wrong decision. A wrong decision can spoil life too. Though many students are willing to crack bank exams and make that field as their career.
To select right career, go for a career aptitude test. Whether your age is 16 or 60, no age is late for this test. Only choosing the right career can help you in succeeding in life.
After selecting career, the biggest next challenge is interview during placement. Students clear technical exam but face problem at the final step.
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Sep 22, 2009
Study Skills 2818 Views
You can help your child improve study skills and do better in school. The following 4 steps to will help your child improve grades and develop self confidence.
May 15, 2009
Grammar 2817 Views
Have Your Ever Wanted to Write Your Emails, Letters, Reports, and Blog Postings With Correct English Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation in Every Sentence. This Type of Software Claims to Check Your Grammar, Style, Spelling, and More in an Instant. But Does it Really Work? Let's Take a Look and Find Out.
by Benjamin Joseph Tanner
Jul 2, 2010
Study Skills 2817 Views
It can be difficult to motivate struggling readers. However there are many proven methods that you can use. Encouraging fun, informal reading might seem counter intuitive, especially to parents of struggling readers who tend to focus more on reading accuracy. So here are some great tips on how to motivate your child this summer.
Apr 20, 2010
Career Development 2816 Views
So, is it true that Head Teachers in schools don't know what's going on, particularly - in the realms of children's behaviour? Perhaps they do - up to a point! Perhaps many of them know about problems with individual pupils or particular classrooms.
Jul 12, 2010
Other 2816 Views
Schooling is an important and major phase of every individual. A strong and sound base can build and shape the future of tomorrow's citizens. Education gives the best results when it is made interesting and truly purpose-oriented for the child's overall development.
Jun 6, 2013
Other 2812 Views
Mankind is progressing at a rapid pace. Every year, we add more information to our already massive knowledge base. There are so many new discoveries and inventions coming to light every day. All this data is gathered and recorded for the benefit of man. The best way to pass on all this knowledge is through the process of education.
Oct 12, 2008
Reading 2811 Views
Today the term dyslexia is frequently used to refer to a "normal" child or adult who seems much brighter than what his reading and written work suggest. Instead of getting involved in the wrangling over a definition, one could simply use the "symptoms" below as an indication that a child has a reading problem and therefore needs help.
Aug 25, 2010
Study Skills 2811 Views
Study for exams: Having good grades is your passport in entering an excellent university or college. If you are in college already, landing a good job is your next aim and a better way to do that is by having good grades in school.
Aug 10, 2012
Other 2811 Views
Just about any teacher or tutor will tell you that children who have sophisticated vocabularies for their age and who have background information about the world are at an advantage when compared to students with more limited vocabularies and background knowledge. This shows up in the classroom, especially in English and history, and it shows up on standardized tests.