It’s graduation season! As students celebrate the end of their studies and get ready to move on to the next phase of their lives, it’s time to reflect back on the memories made and lessons learned during their university experience…
“Okay class, I want you to form into groups now…” are quite possibly the most loathed words to come out of a professor’s mouth, next to announcing a pop quiz. Not a fan of group projects? Here are some tips to help smoothen the process.
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While surfing on the internet to search for some clues on what I should be doing after I graduate, with the strong belief that Google will give me an answer as it did for all my other resesarch papers. The One week work project had caught my attention after and would like to share with […]
You’ve finally landed that job interview that could potentially solidify your career. You have a spanking resume and your qualifications are off the charts. Are you sure you’re ready for that interview? Here are five things that could help you get that job.