Archive for December, 2009

Bringing Food to the Exam, A Good Thing?

December 30, 2009  |  Exam Taking  |  3 Comments

Some people do it, others do not. I’ve always wondered if bringing some snacks to the exam is more helpful than it is hurtful. Although I’m not entirely convinced to either side (yet) here’s my simple analysis of the problem (feel free give your own opinion in the comments). Read More

Hurray For Our New Sections!

December 22, 2009  |  2 Comments

As some of you have noticed, we now feature a new page called “subjects”. I’ve planned to add a number of different educational topics (such as math, physics, chemistry, literature, social sciences etc) and list free educational videos, lectures, softwares and guides! 😀
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Graph v2.6

December 20, 2009  |  Free Math Software  |  1 Comment

If you are looking for a program that draws graphs of mathematical functions in a given coordinate system, look no further. The graphs can be added with your choice of color and line styles. Also, it supports standard, parameter and polar functions (hurray for polar coordinates :D). You can also evaluate a given function at some generic point or trace it with your mouse. Read More

This Weeks Quote #4

December 17, 2009  |  Education Quotes  |  No Comments

Education Quotes

It’s been a while and I feel it’s time to begin posting again. What better way to start the day than with a juicy quote. This weeks quote comes from a fellow by the name of Derek Bok, former president of Harvard University. Read More