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Academics Vs Socializing
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Going to college is one of the biggest life changes incoming freshmen will experience thus far. With all this change comes the additional challenge of balancing your time—particularly the time you spend studying vs. socializing. You’ll find there are higher expectations when it comes to studying outside of class than there were in high school; many college professors subscribe to the “two hours of homework for every one hour of class” rule. That means if you have a class that meets for three...
News-reading and its Benefits
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Reading Newspapers has always been encouraged by everyone who is aware of the benefits this activity comes along with. Having knowledge always puts a person one step ahead. This article intends to demonstrate the readers with an utter assortment of the approaches one has to make.

News reading, offering its contributions towards mass awareness serves to build a connection between the individual and the society, more so with the rest of the world. From getting to know about the latest fashion...
The Legal Consequences of Plagiarism
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What Are the Consequences of Plagiarism

Plagiarism is copying, paraphrasing, or spinning someone else’s work without providing them with appropriate credit. Plagiarism is taken seriously by schools around the globe, but also by employers and the legal system. In certain instances, a person can be expelled from a university, fired from their job, or fined for stealing someone else’s work.

Destroyed Student Reputation

Plagiarism allegations can cause a student to be suspended...
Educational Factors that Facilitate Child Marriage
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Education is not only a human right but also a powerful tool for women's empowerment and strategic development investment. There is a clear multiplier effect to educating girls: women who are educated are healthier, participate more in the formal labor market, earn more income, have fewer children, and provide better healthcare and education to their children compared to women with little or no education (Klugman et al. 2014). Women are subjected to child marriage due to different reasons of...
Top 10 exam tips
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Exams are inevitable for students, but they don't have to be painful. These tips can help you get ready for and get through your exams.
They can also help you prepare for tests and class presentations, and tackle in-class assignments.

1. Find out about the exam

Know your enemy – find out as much as you can about the exam. Questions to ask include:
  • How much is the exam worth to your overall mark in the subject?
  • What type of exam is it (for example...
The Art of Focus: Boosting Attention Span
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The human mind can conquer planets, build monuments, heal diseases yet it cannot go five minutes without checking that app, perhaps Facebook?

In a study conducted under lab conditions where students were asked to focus on something important, it was found:

"Regardless of age, students were able to stay focused and attend to that important work only for a short period of time — three to five minutes — before most students self-interrupted their studying to switch to another task." (The...