November 11th 2020
Exams are part and parcel of school life in the UK, and they are essentially used to help teachers gauge how well their students have grasped what they have learned, and identify their strengths and weaknesses. As well as this, they are a great way for the pupils to learn vital study skills and enhance their learning. However, this doesn’t always mean they are embraced, with most students seeing them as nothing more than a necessary evil. There is an inevitable element of stress that comes with taking exams, as students worry about making mistakes or failing the exam altogether. If you take the time to help your kids prepare for exams, however, you can make a smooth transition between everyday school work and test day. Here’s how.
Make Your Own Flash Cards
If you are more of a hands-on parent, making flashcards for your child can prove to be very effective. Whether the exam is for English, maths, or history, you and your child can work together to create colorful flashcards using pens, stickers, magazine cut-outs – whatever they find useful. Then, instead of taking on the role of teacher and helping them revise, let your child hold the cards and test you! This is a great way to help facts stick in their minds, especially if you offer a few wrong answers and let them correct you. They’ll probably realize they know more than they thought!
Use the Age-Old Method of ‘Look, Cover, Write, Check’
It is said that if you write something down, you are more likely to...
September 18th 2020
As 2020 enters its second phase, one can’t help but reminisce on how many of us spent most of our time stuck at home. It has not only depleted our savings but has also affected the income of our current job. Getting a second job to compensate for all the ill impacts of this pandemic seems inevitable. Although job opportunities have drastically decreased as most companies have gone into survival mode, this shouldn’t get you down, quite the opposite! This is the best time to be more active and start applying for a second job. Here’s why finding a second job is important and easier than ever.
This pandemic has allowed us to reflect on our career goals and carve out a strategy to help achieve them. If you haven’t yet, you still got ample time to do so.
Most of us have been hit hard financially by this pandemic. It’s vital to have two jobs to ensure our financial survival.
When the worst of the pandemic is over, most companies will be looking for new ways to recover. So there will be mass hiring opportunities just around the corner.
You now have the time to work on your resume and cover letter for a second job and relearn the art of a killer interview.
We have devised a step-by-step online guide to assist you in your mission if you are looking for a second job in 2020.
Step 1: Identify job opportunities for your 2nd job
COVID-19 has turned the whole world upside down. Everything that was deemed impossible pre-pandemic is the new normal, and most of our society’s...
April 28th 2020
Understand What Is Plagiarism from Our Online Guide
As a student, you have undoubtedly noticed that most academic writing assignments require some form of research to complete. Research involves the use of other people’s work, ideas, and opinions to support your perspective on a particular subject. Most of the time, you will be able to carry out the research but will fail to cite, paraphrase, or rewrite all the copied content. This will inevitably result in you submitting plagiarized content. When asked, “what is plagiarism?” What comes to mind.
Simply put, plagiarism is the act of presenting someone else’s work as your own. It is a form of fraud that entails the use of another person’s ideas, opinions, or any other intellectual property without properly crediting the creator or author. There many types of academic dishonesty that may be considered as plagiarism. Often most students who are caught plagiarizing do not have the necessary skills to effectively avoid plagiarism, skills such as being able to read, understand and translate various sources of information for use within our assignments, as well as knowledge on how to correctly cite and reference these external sources of information.
Today most learning institutions have realized that plagiarism is on the rise and have taken precautions to ensure that they limit its spread. You will notice that you are required to upload your papers through a system rather than sending them to your teachers’ email. This...