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Yes I belive most employers will not deeply consider your gpa, you should be fine.

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


Dependes on the college and getting into college doesn't mean you'll be okay( I'm assuming ok means get a job)
if you're worried about getting into A college you will be fine.

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


Ashamed for what?
thst you have a ba in history? It may not provid the most job security but if that was your passion then keep moving on. See where it takes you.

that your a security guard? Why because it doesn't pay a lot ? So, no reason to be ashamed. Cause it isn't related to you're ba? Why would any one care?

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


I think you answered you're own question in that last sentence.

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


It depends how you practice. Being that there are a lot of types of engineers i can't be super specific. I think math is taught incorrectly in most places. (To get a basic idea read the essay a mathaticiams lament, it's flawed but s good start). Reddit can also be a good source. r/math and r/learnmath

math is truth and we arrive at these truths through a serious of logical steps. Therefore I belive undersrand And become proficient in math. However the most of the joy comes from struggling with a problem. If you do not enjoy the struggle of solving problems engineering might not be for you. I hope I made sense??. Good luck.

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


A career is never garunteed but that does not mean it is a waste of time. If nothing else seems to be working just try it out. You don't have to have your life planed out like: these classe then this degree then this job then this...

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


I think you know the answer...

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017

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What is coursework?


To offer you a better idea of how coursework varies from one subject to some other, below are a few examples:
  • English - English coursework usually takes the proper execution of an extended essay with a title of your choice. You're usually given a choice of themes and/or texts to explore, and you can select a format like a comparison between a collection text and another one.
  • Geography - Geography coursework usually is targeted on the gathering, reporting and interpretation of data made to answer a particular geographical question. You could investigate usage of a shopping centre, as an example, or look at erosion on a particular beach.
  • Sciences - Coursework for science subjects often takes the proper execution of a scientific project or experiment that you conduct and report on yourself.

on Mar 09, 2017 | Higher Education (University)


I don't know what it's like in a lot of colleges, but I wouldn't be surprised if you can apply to a college into some sort of "exploratory studies". In my college the "exploratory studies" program lasts around a year or two and it's geared to people who don't know what major they want and help them decide. Now I say a year or two because that's generally how long it takes people to decide. Also, not to stress you out, but understand that the major you are getting is what you plan on doing for at least 30-40 years, so if you absolutely hate sciences and math I would steer away from that. If you are good at foreign languages, there are hundreds of good paying jobs out there for translators, and international relations. Engineering and Computer Science may pay better (I don't know average salary pay for International Relations), but this is where you think to yourself how much your general happiness is worth. If Computer Science pays $100k a year and International Relations pays $90k but you'll be happier and the work will come naturally easier to you, I would suggest doing that job instead.

Higher Education... | Answered on Mar 09, 2017


You can if you try really hard there is nothing stopping you. But if you don't like it you probably wont do as well as you are not looking forward to doing it.

Higher Education... | Answered on Feb 24, 2017

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How to Write Thesis in One Week


Writing a thesis is very necessary for students because getting their degrees is impossible without it. If the student have not worked out a top quality and custom thesis on their own to be presented to their teacher at the year end, they will face problems in getting their degrees on the right time and passing out with distinction. It is because a thesis is a document submitted in support of a candidate for an academic degree or professional qualification and it represents the candidate's findings and research on a particular subject.

While some students are given to write a thesis during their bachelor's degree program, others are required to do it for their masters or even PhD degrees. They are required to come up with the best paper on their own so that the teachers can judge them for their writing, research and editing skills and understand how well the students have been able to do learn during their academic years. Writing a thesis is no easy task for many students because first of all it is a long and highly complex piece of document that requires a lot of research and hard work. Secondly, it also requires a lot of time as there is too much to do and when students are already burdened with so much of routine working, making time to write a thesis is no easy task.

There are so many students who end up suffering from bad results or just manage to get passing marks because they are unable to write a good paper in the given time. This article is a guide for all those students who do not understand what writing a thesis is all about and how they can manage their time and efforts in such a manner that they come up with a thesis in one week and enjoy best results in class too. Here are the 10 necessary steps that will guide students how they can write their thesis in just one week and make sure they do a good job on their assignment.

Planning to Write a Thesis:
Students need to understand that when it comes to writing a thesis, they must have a main point, a central idea or a message that they want to convey to the readers. They must know what they are working on and how they want to present their thoughts and ideas to the readers. This can only be done if they plan to write their thesis and understand how to move forward. They must study the subject and the given topic really well because this is the only way they will be able to start planning their thesis.

Collecting Information and Conducting Research:
Collecting information and conducting research is the most key step when it comes to writing a thesis or PhD dissertation. The faster the students conduct research, the quicker they will be able to write the paper. It is important to know that when they have only one week to write the paper, they should only spend a day or two on research and not more because this will not leave them much time to write the paper or edit it which are also very important.

Compiling the Research:
After collecting the research material, it is necessary that students know how to compile that research together. They will find too many details and while some of them will be important and worthy, others will not be relevant to their subject or topic. They must learn how to compile the research and only use the relevant and important details for their thesis. They should take only a few hours to do this as they have limited time and must begin the writing process.

Starting the Writing Process:
Once the students are done with the research and compilation process, it is time to start the writing process and they need to make sure that they write the best way without making any mistakes about what information they are imparting to their readers. They must only provide the most relevant and authentic details as the teachers would be checking the papers out thoroughly.

Organization of Content:
Organization of content is very important because if it is not arranged the right way, it will not make sense to the readers and they will only end up getting concluded about what the paper is all about. They must structure the paper rightly by starting with introduction and ending with conclusion and placing main body of discussion and arguments in between.

Checking Out Facts and Details:
It is necessary that students check out the facts and details they are using in their paper as they are very important and play a key role in their success. They need to check out the dates and facts to make sure they have the accurate details in their paper.

Editing and Proofreading:
After they are done with writing, it is time to edit and proofread their paper so that they can point out any mistakes or errors that they have made while writing the paper. They must get rid of all the spelling, typing, grammatical and sentence structure mistakes in order to achieve good marks.

Going Through the Paper for Coherence and Comprehension:
Going through their paper to check out its coherence and comprehension is also a necessary step as it gets students the idea if the paper is complete and ready for presentation to the teacher.

Formatting the Paper:
Students need to format the paper according to the guidelines given by the teacher as it is necessary for submission. If the paper has not been formatted the right way, it will not get them good results because teachers expect the paper to be written on a given format which makes understanding and comprehension better.

Presentation:
Presentation of the paper is a key step and it should be done exactly as the teachers have asked for. If they want a hard copy, students must get the paper printed on an A4 size paper and get it them but if they are asking for a soft copy, email is the best option. All these steps will help students write the best thesis in just a week and attain success in class.

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on Feb 14, 2017 | Higher Education (University)


Some courses are concurrent with each other,that means that you will rely on a certain maths course in other units.Make sure to review on your course outline.

Higher Education... | Answered on Jan 28, 2017


If you have any difficulties in downloading your study material from myUnisa, you may also download your study material in pdf format as follows:
  1. Go to http://registration.unisa.ac.za
  2. Click on "Go" next to Undergraduate registration
  3. Click on "Download study material" in the left-hand navigation

Higher Education... | Answered on Jan 25, 2017

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Graduates At The Workplace: Employer’s Expectations From Fresh Graduates!


MNCs prefer graduates for the major seats in their top three departments i.e. Finance, Marketing, and Human Resource. The reason graduates are preferred is the exceptional skills they possess. With the professional knowledge about the business and other matters the graduates transforms the culture of an organization and make it successful.

The graduate courses are intended to perceive and enhance the professional skills and amplify their scope of mastery by reinforcing weaker abilities and presenting profitable new expertise for a future in authority.

In this article, I present to you the important skills expected by employers.


1.Interpersonal Skills
Strong interpersonal skills are the key to the success of business. Companies around the globe look for the graduates who can impart adequately verbally and in written. Incredible interpersonal abilities are fundamental to offering thoughts to others, pitch items, expert presentations, and consult with others at each level. Moreover, they can calmly listen to issues, concerns and thoughts of others. They also learn different languages to communicate well with the global leaders.


2.Strategic And Logical Thinking Abilities
A good policymaker can make a reasonable plan and execute it. Strategic and logical thinking are a key graduate expertise that permits graduates to set an organization's plans and stick to them. It urges experts to not simply take after organization system, but rather to see the master plan and set the organization's methodology themselves.


3.Leadership Skills
Graduate courses are intended to make pioneers out of experts paying little mind to the business area they work in. This expertise guarantees that graduates have a clear understanding of the situation and workload they can manage. The graduates can delegate tasks among its colleagues and supervise in a better way. An incredible pioneer will rouse those they lead, guaranteeing the best results, and that workers feel genuinely esteemed. An extraordinary graduate 'lead by example' to set an example for colleagues.


4.Global Approach
Globalization has changed the business world. With developing markets in the Far East, South Asia and South America, and with the web altering our reality, organizations now traverse the globe more than ever. European new companies connecting with China for less expensive tech supplies, multinational stores opening their entryways crosswise over mainland's, organizations talking and exchanging on the web from inverse corners of the world in seconds. Today's managers look for the graduates that can explore organizations on a worldwide scale, and see the master plan with regards to worldwide monetary execution.


Conclusion
Graduate understudies are urged to think not simply about all objectives but rather 'fresh' as well. Innovative and creative thinking abilities can help organizations find new answers for old issues. With this upgraded expertise, the graduates can give a crisp match of eyes and perceive changes and creative thoughts that can help organizations enhance and develop. The dominant part of graduate courses (whether on grounds or on the web) is concentration on developing and enhancing these skills.


Author Bio
Jennifer Barker is an Assistant Professor at www.essaystar.co.uk. Being in the field of education for more than 10 years, he has incredible knowledge and experiences that he likes to share with his blog readers.

on Jan 20, 2017 | Higher Education (University)


You don't really need to do that cause it's somehow immature, you should be proud to post your distinction result after graduation not acceptance letter.

Higher Education... | Answered on Jan 12, 2017


Will advise you not to give up cause it's never too late to set a new record. All you need is to be determined. I believe you can still make it you just need to create n spend more time with your books that after you try to derive all pleasure in reading and studying.

Higher Education... | Answered on Jan 12, 2017


The German economy is still number one in Europe. German companies are very global and appreciate German language skills when hiring Americans as employees.

Higher Education... | Answered on Jan 08, 2017

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