Month: November 2017

Complete guide for a college leaver looking for employment


N number of tips will also fall short for an aspiring candidate of a successful career. Employment is never happier until and unless a person gets involved in it and works with interest and proper knowledge of what is required. Skill sets, academics, moral values, money are all factors that influence a career. If you are a college leaver here is a guide to look for employment

  1. Read magazines and newspapers about employment to keep you updated about the vacancies
  2. Subscribe to email alerts from job portals
  3. Create and upload a resume/CV so that employers can have you noted.
  4. Beware of the scams which take money to get you an employment
  5. Improve your language and presentation while appearing for a personal interview
  6. Understand the job profile before you apply
  7. Read carefully the job prospects

These are just a few points and there are a lot more to check out when you are looking for employment. It is important to browse online for the various updates in the employment industry. Salary is an important factor and so are the paid leaves. In the course of a career, you may come under situations where you have to struggle with the human resource team about paid leaves. While reading online, I find this article about the right to unpaid leave very useful which explains in detail about the rules and regulations about pay under the law. Jobs 101 is a good portal to read and understand more about the finances in a career. Also, as a college leaver, you will get a greater understanding of how a salary is split, how well you can manage your money for a brighter future with a successful career.

3 study tips that will prepare you for your next test


Exams and tests should be one of the focus of high school students. However, with increasing difficulty of getting into college students are under more and more pressure to be the best, get the best grades and excel in all subjects at school. The aim of this article is to help guide you and give you a few tips on how to study effectively.

  1. Know what you need to achieve. Find out the specifics of the test. Know every detail you need to know and only study that. Sometimes teachers make test preparation hints quite vague therefore try asking them specific questions about the test so that you can narrow some topics down. In case of SAT’s you will always know the topic that you need to learn. Go online, research previous SAT’s that are available, look at the requirements and memorize it all if you have to!
  2. Don’t be afraid to get help. Studying works much better if you have someone to discuss the topics with. Also, studies have shown that you learn better when you teach other people. My advice is to get together with other students (2-3 is plenty) and have group study sessions weekly. Another way to do this it to get a tutor. My math tutor really helped me get out of my comfort zone to discuss the math problems and really understand them, I was the best in class after that.
  3. Don’t overdo it. Wake up, get ready and go to study fresh and early in the morning. Do not stay late as it will just drain you so much that you will not want to do this the next day. Make it seem to yourself as studying is easy. Do intensive, hard-working study days and the go home to relax and get ready to do it again the next day!

Educational Games To Improve Your Vocabulary

Game Play

We all know and understand the importance of educational qualification. Doing well academically helps you secure the jobs you would like and pave your way to a better life. In the journey of education, the importance of a good vocabulary is tremendous.

A strong vocabulary helps you in every aspect of life, for example a good vocabulary helps make you confident and help you speak and write in a better fashion. A good vocabulary also helps when it comes to doing well in various entrance exams like SAT, ACT, GMAT or even GRE.

Though most schools will stress on having a strong vocabulary, it becomes better only with constant practice. There may not be many courses that run to improve one’s vocabulary, but thankfully one can improve their vocabulary in many other games. So the next time you have a party planned, or have free time with dear friends, indulge in some fun vocabulary games. Let us check a few out.

Would you Rather

This is a fun game that is perfect for any and every occasion, with the degree of questions that can be varied depending on the crowd. Suppose you have a party to plan at work, there are some great would you rather questions for office parties that are fun yet inoffensive. Like the following:

  • Would you rather eat your favorite meal everyday for the rest of your life? Or never be able to eat it again
  • Would you rather be poor with lots of friends or rich with no friends?
  • Would you rather be an amazing dancer or better at math?

There are also other educational yet fun vocabulary games.

Word builder

Give the crowd one big word and they have to make as many 3 and 4 letter words out of those exact words.

Vocab decoded

You either give the meaning or definition of a word or ask people to guess the word or give away the word and ask people to define it.

These are some fun and educational games that can be used in various gatherings and help strengthen your vocabulary too.