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How to Deal with Anxiety Just Before the Examinations

Posted on: July 15, 2017

How to Deal With Anxiety Before Examinations

Does your mind go blank at the time of examinations? Do you wish you were anywhere but here at those times? Do you get nervous with the thoughts of failure and success sinking in? Some students take the emotional pressure of facing examinations head on without any fear or apprehension. Others do not know how […]

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The Importance of Good Mental Health Associated with Learning

Posted on: July 11, 2017

Importance of Good Mental Health While Learning

Good mental health is defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as “a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community”. This is a basic […]

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Excessive Work and Its Effects on Student Mental Health

Posted on: July 8, 2017

Excessive Work & its Effects on Student Mental Health

Joshua is a university student specialising in architecture. All of his friends are out for a night out on the town enjoying the public places and foods. It is almost three am and they are still not at home. What is even more ironic is that Joshua is still wide awake and working on his […]

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How Lack of Sleep Effects Negatively on Students Results

Posted on: July 5, 2017

How Lack of Sleep Effects Negative on Students Result

To completely understand how lack of sleep effects a person let us look at the daily prescribed amounts of sleep requirements by age. An average person spends half the time of his total lifespan in slumber. Even so, the requirements of a new born are quite different from that of a healthy adult. There is […]

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Easy Solutions for Students to Overcome Difficult Situations

Posted on: July 1, 2017

Solutions for Students to Overcome Difficult Situations

The moment of joy begins on receiving the university admissions approval letter. Scholars are delighted to begin a new portion of their life which could lead to immeasurable prosperity if they are successful. A rush of emotions goes the students mind. Some will question themselves, will they know what to do in difficult situations. Others […]

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Enhance Academic Writing Skills in College Life

Posted on: June 27, 2017

Enhance Academic Writing Skills in College

Contrary to popular belief, a story line does not need to be ordinary or common. The inverse is true. It should be the most unbelievable tale heard depicted in a believable manner with all the different everyday characters. Maybe you have had to face some drastic experiences throughout life and want to personify it in […]

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Check for Plagiarism in Assignment Before Academic Submission

Posted on: June 23, 2017

Check for Plagiarism in Assignment Before Submission

What does it mean to check for plagiarism? It is defined as presenting someone else’s words or ideas as one’s own with attribution or giving due credit to the original author. According to official statistics more than 45,000 students have been caught cheating at Britain’s universities. Even with the computerised tools to check for plagiarism, […]

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Writing a Dissertation Conclusion to Justify your Reasoning

Posted on: June 21, 2017

Writing a Dissertation Conclusion to Justify Reasoning

To successfully write a dissertation to completion takes an amazing amount of determination and resolve on the part of the writer. The author must judiciously establish both short-term and long-term writing goals which are not intimidating and achievable. Particularly extra time needs to be allocated just to transcribe the dissertation conclusion structure. To understand how […]

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5 Exercises to Improve Concentration That Results Productivity

Posted on: June 17, 2017

Exercises to Improve Concentration That Results Productivity

Whenever we try to focus all of our attention on a particular undertaking which requires our complete attentiveness, we fall prey to distractions. Everything which could be critically important which you had otherwise forgotten about comes to mind at that very same time. Try as we might but we fail to remove those thoughts from […]

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5 Ways to Gather Productive Information from a Substitute Teacher

Posted on: June 15, 2017

Gather Productive Information From a Substitute Teacher

Teaching is a field in which even the most experienced instructors are reeling with the consequences of how to be substitute teacher productively. The situation is just as demanding and challenging for the students trying to extricate beneficial knowledge from their educators. Developing the attitude required to learn something new is a delicate and complicated […]

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