Archive for March, 2007
It’s pretty common today to hear instructors talk about the acts that will lead to success in ones studies but rarely do they discuss the factors that lead to ones failure. Failure is -like success- important to analyze in order to know what what we should be cautious about, ie simply the learn thy enemy principle.
Here is what I believe to be 2 of the most common (I believe) reasons people fail a class (in no particular order): Read More
This post is part of a series covering the SAT exam, I would -as always- appreciate it to hear what you have to say on this. A good way too keep up with new updates on this subject is to subscribe to this blog.
Giving it your best shot
Once you get your SAT test booklet, you’re in the race full-swing and you need to be cool, calm and clear-headed. Here are a few things to keep in mind – some you probably will think too simplistic, but they add up to making your test go just that little bit smoother and easier.
In the recent interview tips post we discussed how to conduct a successful and proper interview, today we’re gonna discuss the same thing but the other side around.
That is to say, from the perspective of the one who’s being interviewed. Or as Homer Simpson would of put it: “The hunter has become the hunter” (Click here to subscribe to this blog)
Why is this important?
This is the first post on a series covering the SATs, I would -as always- appreciate it to hear what you have to say on this. A good way too keep up with new updates on this subject is to subscribe to this blog. Here is how you ace the SAT:
Sitting for SAT
The day dawns and you know it’s a day of distress.
If you have to get admission into any college in the United States of America, you have to sit for this test. Granted, you feel nervous and worried whether you’ll make it, but giving way to panic is the last thing you want to do. Here are a few tips to make it through that day – and make it through well! Read More