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Education is more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. It is one of the most important investments a person can make, and is an essential gateway to having a prosperous life. The first time we are introduced to formal education is in school when we realized that school years are the grounding years of one's education and play a key role in developing children into responsible citizens and...

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Top tips for studying and working from home

Online and distance studies is not something new. The open university in UK has been providing distance education since 1969 first through TV and then moved to the internet when it became a good option.  Thus, what we are facing today is not a novel thing, and since the vast interruption to our lives with the Corona virus, I think it high time to start learning the concept of studying by...

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How to: Study for an exam

I am not going to say that I was a nerd and was able to solve every exam question, but I can say with confidence that I have attempted and worked on solving every question that I was hit with.   Once, though, all the students myself included were baffled by a question in an exam paper which consisted of one question.  The subject had two very articulate professors, who loved story telling; I...

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Are you really a teacher?

Before writing this article I was trying to remember my teachers, did they inspire me? Did they make a change in my life? Or did they just teach me a subject in a way that didn’t make me love life because it has that subject? I couldn’t remember frankly, and you can blame it on my old age, but I can tell you one thing, if someone did something nice to you, of course, you will remember that...

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Things to do prior to diving into a Career

  Dear student, these are the four most important things to do prior to embarking on your career. I will delve into each one of them separately, and please notice that they are doable in any time of your life, you can start at the age of 14 or the age that you are able to work in your country of residence. Study abroad: This is part of a university programme.  Many universities sign...

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Sports & Exercise Science

Sports had been in existence since the Olympics started in 776 BC, which is more than 2500 years now. Games of all nature were played but boxing was the favorite game. The players were naked at that time.  Since then a lot have changed and games are now international, and the torch moves to various countries. So if sports were sacred from that time, and billions are spent on sports and teams,...

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Be Futuristic

Imagine me wanting to be able to draw? I love art and appreciate it; I don’t think that I had gone to a country without visiting its art centres and museums. But can I draw? Well in the future I will be able to draw, there will be equipment that is fixed to my brain (like an AI machine) and I will think of what I want to draw and the AI will draw it for me. Then I can ask it to change here and...

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Applying to become a PhD

What does PhD stand for? Doctor of Philosophy, shortened to PhD, which I am sure many do not know why it is called this way.  As the subject portrays, you are looking at a problem and trying to find out a solution for it, a scientific solution, you are hungry to know the answer, you are thirsty for the knowledge, you want to know the wisdom hence the name philosophy On the other hand, PhD...

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4 rules for students who want to study abroad

Sending a child abroad is a very hard decision, that we as parents take sometimes without even thinking about it.  I remember when my father sent me abroad, I don’t think he thought of every detail of my life abroad, what I need, how much money, where will I live, who is going to look after me (since I was 16 at that time) and many more questions, the main thing was how much I need to live...

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