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Tips and strategies to help you crack the IBPS PO exam

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 Rahul Rai (July 14, 2015)  IBPS PO exam is one of the most sought after banking jobs in India. Every year lakhs of aspiring candidates compete to become a Bank Officer in one of the 20 Public Sector Banks and Regional Rural Banks. The competition is intense and the intensity seems to be increasing year after year. A good percentage of the young, enthusiastic and intelligent graduates pursue banking career and .. (Educational Science)

Master in Digital Marketing Programs

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 Geneva Business School (November 14, 2012)  Real Business with GBS The Master in Digital Marketing is designed for students and professionals interested in furthering their career in industry and are willing to take a lead role in the marketing career. GBS helps getting the right Education, using the principles, theories and tools necessary to succeed in business today is every essential. GBS presents a strong emphasis in the .. (Educational Science)

Find Your Desired Books In A Few Clicks From Online Book Stores

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 Ashish Satija (October 04, 2012)  Reading book is undoubtedly a necessity of life. Even if reading is not your hobby, then also you are required to study the paperbacks for different purposes. Their necessity enters in your life in the childhood, when your parents admit you in school. As you grow, you read more and more literature in order to fix the purpose of your life, or for giving the heights to your profession. .. (Educational Science)

Defensive Driving Techniques with tips

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 John Lee (March 20, 2012)  Defensive driving must be practice by all drivers while driving. Defense driving is a need of drivers. People should know to defense while driving. To learn to drive defensively is not only taking care of them, but being responsible for the safety of your passengers sitting inside the car, other vehicles and passengers on the road. People may be a good qualified driver, but there are .. (Educational Science)

Replacement Windows and Their impact on your Home

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 Sariful Kader (January 31, 2012)  Texas Tech University is a public university in Lubbock, Texas. the school has over 32,000 students currently enrolled. the varsity was established in 1923, and its athletic teams are referred to as the Red Raiders. In terms of textbooks, students who attend Texas Tech will realize their books at many completely different locations round the Lubbock space. Here is a few data on those .. (Educational Science)

Texas Tech Bookstore – Lubbock Textbooks

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 Sariful Kader (January 31, 2012)  Texas Tech University is a public university in Lubbock, Texas. the school has over 32,000 students currently enrolled. the varsity was established in 1923, and its athletic teams are referred to as the Red Raiders. In terms of textbooks, students who attend Texas Tech will realize their books at many completely different locations round the Lubbock space. Here is a few data on those .. (Educational Science)

Why you should Buy Used Textbooks?

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 Sariful Kader (November 30, 2011)  Textbooks are very expensive when purchased from a library of the university. Even a decade recently, it was rare to have alternatives to this expensive system. Students were forced to buy from a college bookstore or buy any book at all. Worse, even the books used were too expensive, leaving students with even more bills they could not afford. Internet libraries have revolutionized the . (Educational Science)

Hero of the Year’ – Narayanan Krishnan

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 Vijay Batra (January 18, 2011)  CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute is an annual television special created by CNN to honor individuals who make extraordinary contributions to help others. It is hosted by Anderson Cooper. It started in 2007 and continues now, with the awards show aired at the end of the year. Over the course of the year, viewers can nominate and vote for the heroes they want to nominate for recognition . (Educational Science)

The Online Bookstore phenomena – Is this the demise of Traditional Bookstores?

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 Sanjay Mathur (September 04, 2010)  There has been an abundance of technical innovation worldwide and the internet has actually altered our traditional style of working. The advantage and opportunities available via the internet does not need an introduction. Human lifestyle has been changing and doorstep services are being availed for everything possible. Online shopping of books has also changed over the years. Though .. (Educational Science)

Website That Offers Homework Help

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 Julia Ciela (March 18, 2010)  Our company is dedicated to providing you with exceptional quality assistance for Math, Physics, and Programming assignments, projects, and homework. Students from all over the world (United States of America, Canada, UK, Australia, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, India, New Zealand) have visited our site to get our high quality services because our experts are dedicated to helping you .. (Educational Science)

Death From the Skies - You May Only Have 28 Years to Live

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 Mike Broda (January 12, 2009)  For manic depressives, goths, or doomsday preachers, Dr. Phil Plait has got just the gift for you. Plait has run the popular website Bad Astronomy for a number of years and has just released his delightful new book of planet wide cataclysm: Death From the Skies! These are the Ways the World Will End. We live in a dangerous universe. As Plait puts it in his book's introduction .. (Educational Science)

Asimov's 40 Year-Old Essays Out of Date? Never!

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 Barbara Peterson (January 10, 2009)  Isaac Asimov needs no introduction. At least, I hope he doesn't, even though he passed away almost 17 years ago. His science fiction books are still well known - the Positronic Robot series and the Foundation and Empire series are still in print to this day. So are some of his non-fiction works. Unfortunately, the essays he wrote for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, which .. (Educational Science)

Could Mankind Become Extinct in Less Than 100 Years? A Review of "Uninhabitable a Case For Caution"

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 Alex Rand (January 09, 2009)  The subject of climate change is the topic of many discussions and opinions. It often seems to be an ideological exchange rather than of one rooted in the reality. Many it seems, feel that if outright denial does not carry the debate than either fatalism or wishful thinking, in the form of faith in yet unproven technology, is a much as they are willing to commit to subject. The book .. (Educational Science)

Book Review - For the Love of Rhinoceros and Stag Beetles - 2nd Edition

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 Jayson Wong (January 04, 2009)  Very few books can claim that it is the “Bible of . . . " However the second edition of For the Love of Rhinoceros and Stag Beetles reaffirms its title in the domain of beetle breeding. In 2001, the first edition of the book was published simultaneously in English and Chinese and written by Jonathan Lai. It was neither a volume about insect taxonomy nor a book about insect .. (Educational Science)

Life! Single Verse Diverse Origin

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 Ayele Teklemariam (January 01, 2009)  It has been a while since I have put some word on paper and my thoughts known that I almost feel somewhat rusty. It was not for luck of words or thoughts on some of the most important events taking place on our “beautiful & ugly" Globe , but like most places on this planet here to thinking have become it seems a privilege of some privileged as though the skulls of the rest .. (Educational Science)

The SAT Essay Formula - That Gets High Scores by Rodney Daut

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 Veronica Lewis (December 11, 2008)  Rodney Daut takes what appear to be well-written essays and then points out the flaws in each one. You will be astounded as he points out the flaws in each essay. I know that as you read through many of these essays - the first time, you will figure you have just read a well-written essay that should score well on the SATs. Wrong! As Daut points out the flaws in logic, sentence .. (Educational Science)

American Continental Academy

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 Dipp Mukherjee (December 02, 2008)  American Continental Academy offers two diploma programs for the prospective student. The first is a 16 credit program, completed entirely online. This is available to students 18 years and older. The second is a 24 credit home school program. This is a paper and pencil program taken through the mail. This is available to students 16 years and older. Online diploma program: With this .. (Educational Science)

50 Timeless Scientists

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 Binay Srivastava (November 26, 2008)  Book: 50 Timeless Scientists Author:K. Krishna Murty ISBN: 9788122310306 Page:191 Price: INR 96 Publisher: Pustak Mahal This book presents you the lives of great scientists who worked tirelessly to give us what we have come to take for granted as necessities of life. Here we have scientists who missed Nobel Prize and those whom Nobel missed. A Nobel Prize awarded to Pauling was .. (Educational Science)

Tips in Motivating Students

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 Lance Ruch (September 29, 2008)  Maintaining student motivation during classroom discussion is the most difficult steps in delivering educational subject matter. Here are some tips to maintain student's interest. Most of the time, intelligent student stay with you during lesson proper while the average student can lost their attention due to their classmate or friends noisiness. Classroom management is an skills that .. (Educational Science)

Do You Want Learning Strategies to Train Your Brain

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 Marcello Osterwalder (August 28, 2008)  Do you remember the story from ancient hero who freed the city from the Sphynx? The question that was asked to let him pass by alive was: "Which is the being that in his first phase has 4 legs, in the second 2 legs, and in the third 3 legs?" The correct reply, which helped our man to pass, was (indeed) THE HUMAN BEING. In fact, when a baby it crawls on all four extremities, as an adult .. (Educational Science)

Committees and Commissions Towards Values in India

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 Naraginti Reddy (August 10, 2008)  The importance of value education has beenduly recognized by different education commissions and committees appointed by the government. The Hartog Committee of (1929) felt that religious instruction can be given in common schools outside the school hours. The Central Advisory Board of education felt in (1946) that religious and moral instruction was important and that it should be .. (Educational Science)

Book Review - Hack the SAT, by Eliot Schrefer

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 Steven Weisman (August 05, 2008)  As an SAT Tutor and College Coach, I make it my business to read every relevant piece of literature on the subject of SAT Test Prep. I must admit that I have been in the test prep business for some time and as a result I am jaded and skeptical when reading anything that promotes “new ideas". Surprisingly, “Hack The SAT" (Penquin Books) by Eliot Schrefer brings some fresh .. (Educational Science)

Times Atlas of the World Inspire a Child

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 Joe Simpson (July 28, 2008)  I can still remember when I was very young receiving my very first Atlas. It was children's atlas of sorts but it was fairly detailed - when I opened it on Christmas morning - I can still remember that little tinge of disappointment - which was reserved for all ‘book/educational’ presents - unless it was the latest 2000AD annual. I guess it was a day or two later when I .. (Educational Science)

The Age and Online High School Education

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 Nadia Daud (July 15, 2008)  You might have a better reason to leave the high school before completion of your education. This is a common plight in many young people. If at a young age a lucrative job opportunity strikes your way you would definitely love to go for that leaving all things apart. Even the conventional study is put off and priority is given to the job opportunity. At a later stage of life you start . (Educational Science)

New Zealand Ranks 5th In The World For Education - Find Out How This Wee Country Is So Successful

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 Margit Barreras (May 05, 2008)  How does New Zealand come to rank 5th in the World for Education? Here is part of the answer! As a New Zealand trained educator I am always excited to share the works of the outstanding educators that have the teachers and students in New Zealand faring so well. Unlocking Formative Assessment by Shirley Clark has you feeling tuned into from the intro on. The introduction offers a .. (Educational Science)

Effective Communication in the Classroom and at Home - Communicate Effectively With Your Students

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 Margit Barreras (May 05, 2008)  Teaching in the home is a challenge whether you are full time homeschooling or getting homework completed! As parents it is sometimes difficult to teach those we are so emotionally entwined with. Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish have come to the rescue with “How to Talk so Kids can Learn! At Home and in School. " Encompassing the experiences of both parents and teachers this .. (Educational Science)

Virtual Education - Making Sense of Online Curriculum Development & Virtual Teaching

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 Margit Barreras (May 05, 2008)  I must say for a textbook this is a gripping read! Lynnette Porters “Developing an Online Curriculum" is in a class of its own. It is perfectly evident that a lot of thought went into the building of this very practical text. If you are a teacher or are planning to have anything to do with online education you must give this one a go! Porter methodically takes you on a journey .. (Educational Science)

Educate Innovatively With the Help of 21st Century Educational and Business Enthusiasts

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 Margit Barreras (May 05, 2008)  We live in a world that constantly bombards us with information. Peter Senge beautifully envelopes the works of many great modern thinkers in his book - A fifth Discipline Resource - Schools that Learn. By collaborating with business and educative experts Senge brings a practical resource for all educators to use in their daily applications. He covers the five disciplines: Personal .. (Educational Science)

Summerhill - A Lesson in Human Development, Accepting What Is and What Could Be - Book Review

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 Margit Barreras (May 05, 2008)  A. S. Neill was a man far ahead of his time in his understanding of the human mind and disposition. One might ask " How does an ordinary man get to having such extraordinary insight into human development?" Perhaps he took the time to understand the effect he had on the world and its participants. Transferring this insight to his work with children allowed him to be more accepting of .. (Educational Science)

Global Warming Books - Some Support And Some Deny

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 Mike Hirn (March 25, 2008)  Global warming is discussed in two main types of books. Some authors downplay the issue and insist there is no problem. Others speak of the compelling evidence, dangerous consequences, and solutions. Reading books with more than one viewpoint on the subject gives a balanced perspective. Probably the most well-known book on global warming is Al Gore's book AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH: THE .. (Educational Science)

Carbon Detox - Your Step By Step Guide to Getting Real About Climate Change - By George Marshall

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 Sally Lever (March 20, 2008)  With the emerging awareness and acceptance of the science behind climate change, there is an increasing number of explanatory books and “how to be green" texts appearing in the bookshops. “Carbon Detox" stands out as a handy, easily accessible guide aimed not just at those who are already convinced that climate change is happening and that there is something they can do .. (Educational Science)




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