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If your friends and acquaintances have always told you that you have the looks and talents of a model, then maybe you should give this profession a try. Here are compiled a few tips which can help you to carve out a modelling career on the right note.
CHOOSE YOUR NICHE
Choosing the right niche of modelling is an important criterion for aspirants who want to take it up seriously. The primary markets here are for the following types of models:
ANNOUNCEMENT OF AP POLYTECHNIC DIPLOMA RESULTS 2013 ?
We have a latest updates on AP Polytechnic Diploma Results 2013 of C05,C09 exam . SBTET polytechnic diploma results 2013 will soon announced online sbtetap.gov.in. All the appeared students can be search their AP Polytehnic Diploma exam 2013on month of April / May, they can be search their results online using by roll number or exam symbol. Students just follow given instruction for know how to download AP Polytechnic Diploma Results 2013.
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EAMCET 2013 Result will be based on the actual scores of the students who have appeared for the exam. The Marks of the students as well as the State wise Rank will be annouced as part of the EAMCET 2013 Results. Students can check for the result using their application number. Students who qualify as per the EAMCET 2013 Results can apply for counselling as per notifications by the EAMCET authorities.
EAMCET 2013 Result:
The actual marks scored in each subject along with the state wise rank of the student will be displayed as part of...
Andhra Pradesh Board SSC Result 2013 AP SSC Results 2013 by Name Wise, School wise
AP SSC Results 2013 – AP Board Xth Class Students, we have latest News and update of Andhra Pradesh Board. The AP Board of 10th Class Education will declared the AP Board SSC Result on 17 May 2013. AP Class 10 results 2013 would be declared by Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh Students can log on to the website of BSEAP to see the results. AP Class 10 results 2013 would be declared by Board of Secondary Education of Andhra Pradesh Students...
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh intermediate (second year) results 2013 would be declared on April 26 (Friday) at 4 pm.
The Andhra inter results would be announced by the Board of Intermediate Education of Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP), Hyderabad.
Candidates can log onto the website http://examresults.ap.nic.in/ to access their results.
This “question and answer” test may help you spot where you might start to improve your study skills. Just answer YES or NO.
Do you plan, make a rough copy of, and check your homework or assignment before copying it out neatly?
Do you voluntarily revise a subject even if exams or tests are not due for some time?
If you are having problems with a subject, do you talk it over with your teacher as soon as you can?
Do you do complete your homework or assignment in advance of its deadline?
Do you have a place at home where you can...
So if education is so important, why isn’t it a subject in school?
In our first school we learned things without having to think about it too much – in a way you were being prepared for work in a senior school. To cut a long story short you were gaining skills that would be useful.
In later grades the process continued but became more difficult – you had to start thinking for yourselves more and more.
When it comes to studying in High School, you will be expected to think for yourself almost all the time – your teachers will help you...
Preparing for an Essay Exam
Get a sense for the type of essay exam the professor generally gives; e.g., short vs. long thought questions.
Try to get some idea of the general area that will be covered; i.e., concepts, issues, theories, etc.
Carefully review lecture notes to ascertain which broad areas have constituted central discussion topics.
Carefully review text(s). Link and/or supplement major areas here with those in your notes.
Mentally test yourself: What major concepts and relationships were covered? Now, what details support...
Reading and Highlighting Tips:
“Have you ever sat down to read a chapter and realized you either can’t follow the chapter’s ideas or can’t remember what you’ve read previously? Set yourself up for success by following a few simple pre-reading tips. First, preview the chapter. Skim the text by reading the chapter introductory remarks, subtitles, italicized print, summary and questions. Second, from your preview ask yourself two very important questions:
What is the chapter about?
What do I already...
Write in Your Own Words
“I have a tip that has always worked for me and I think it will work for you. When you’re studying, don’t just “look over” the material. Instead, turn your mental activity into a motor activity and write, write, write. If you’re trying to learn ideas or concepts, paraphrase what you’re reading and then write it in your own words. And, if you’re trying to learn dates, formulas, verb conjugations, or vocabulary words, write them down as you study them. Then give...
Improving Listening Skills:
Becoming a More Effective Listener
“Effective listening begins with recognizing how poor we really are at listening, and with developing a determination to work hard to improve our listening skills. We need to develop an attitude that says, “I’m going to get something out of this lecture that I can use no matter what it takes.” Here are a few suggestions that will help you improve your listening skills. First, work hard to keep your focus on the message and make a determined effort to return...
Making Wise Choices
“Was wondering how you might react to a student who would say to you, “The test questions in that class are taken right from the book. You’re wasting your time by going to class.” Often advice from your peers might be popular advice but not proper advice. It’s very important that you be a thinking, self-directed person–an individual. As an individual, you must develop your own response to other people or their ideas. Don’t carelessly accept the suggestions of others. Learn to be a...
Establishing Good Study Habits
Efficient Use of Time
“I’m here to tell you what I think is a key to academic survival and success. The first and most important thing I feel, at least to survival and success in the classroom, is efficient use of your time outside the classroom. Remember, there are 24 hours in a day. Set aside two to three hours each day for studying. This will leave you with five to six hours — after we subtract time for our classes, meals, and a good night’s sleep — to do those things that we like...
Developing Good Writing Skills
How Reading Can Help You Write
“If you want to write well. . . read, read, and then read some more. Read good writing. Read bad writing. Learn to know the difference. Note for simplicity of style: noun, verb, object; noun, verb, object. It worked for Hemingway, who often said that his ultimate goal was to create the perfect sentence. Read some Hemingway, and not just his novels, but some of his early newspaper writing. There’s never been better news and feature writing, ever. When you read the works...
This page gives you access to powerful methods for significantly improving the power of your memory.
A powerful memory will help you succeed in school, in your career, and in life.
Association, Imagination & Location
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Using Mnemonics Effectively
Expanding Mnemonic Systems
Hints On Using Mnemonics
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Exam week can be difficult, dangerous, even overwhelming. You may feel helpless and hopeless, as though there is nothing you can do. After a semester of too many classes and too much work, you think you’ll have to stay up all night studying to pass your final exams.
But wait! Help is on the way!
Below are my handy hints for exam time, developed during ten arduous years as a student and fifteen more as a teacher.
Two Weeks Before the Exam
Make up a set of study sheets for each class.
Each set of study sheets should summarize the reading,...
General Rule: Break each question into the stem and the alternatives. Get an understanding of the stem before looking at and choosing an alternative. Underline key terms and clue words in the stem. When you run into vague terminology, define in your own words. Think of the correct answer and then look for it among the alternatives.
1. Don’t guess too soon! You must select not only a correct answer, but the best answer. It is therefore important that you read all of the options and not stop when you come upon one that seems...
Test Taking Study Tips
“From my personal experience, I’ve learned that test-taking can be easier with a few simple tips. First, always study in a quiet environment that is well lit. Studying should begin at least ten days in advance. Give yourself manageable sections to study each day. This way, it will not be overwhelming. Know ahead of time exactly what to study for. The professors often give ideas as to what the test will be like. Take advantage of this. Quiz yourself on the material you studied, without using your books or...
The ‘Golden 20′ for Success!
Go to class
Be on time.
Sit to the front and center of the classroom.
Bring a pen, paper, notebook, and books.
Dress like a student (not like an athlete, rap star, rock musician, or surfer).
Show respect and enthusiasm to your instructors.
Show respect and enthusiasm to your instructors.
Pay attention–don’t doodle, doze, or daydream.
Try to contribute once per class period, with a question or contribution to discussion. Participation counts–and helps.
Have clearly marked...
The typical college campus is a friendly place; but it is also a competitive environment. The education you receive there, and the attitudes you develop, will guide you for the rest of your life. Your grades will be especially important in landing your first job, or when applying to graduate school. To be a successful student requires certain skills; but, these are skills that can be learned.
The Basics of Being a Good Student
Prioritize your life: Doing well in school should be your top priority.
Study: There is no...
“When the pressure and stress of the semester begins to build and you can’t imagine how you can possibly accomplish everything you need to do, make a list. Include everything that needs to be done on the list, including homework, class assignments, grocery shopping, laundry and even partying. Then make a weekly schedule. Fit all of your tasks within the weekly schedule. This will help you to be more organized, less overwhelmed and remember everything you need to do. You will find that there is indeed time to fit...
College Success is More Than Academics
“I used to think that the best way to succeed in school was to study, study and even study some more. I realized the saying that ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’ really holds true at the college level. College success is more than just academics; it’s learning how to be an adult for the first time in your life. It’s about developing tremendous interpersonal relationships with professors, counselors, and most importantly your peers. It’s the whole college...
Success Takes Time!
Success in college takes more than brains — it takes time. College work requires a lot of independent learning. You will need to schedule time to go to the library, write up lab reports, meet with professors, and take care of other academic business. Compared to high school, you will be spending few hours in class; 12 to 16 hours a week is typical. However, you will be expected to spend twice that much time preparing for each class. For example, if you are taking 12 credit hours, you should plan to spend 24 hours a...
1. The first thing you want to do is give yourself enough time to work. For an average length (10-20 pgs) paper you should give yourself a month to adequately collect the library research and materials. At a bare minimum you should give yourself a week. Organization will help you make the most of however much time you have. Write a quick schedule to help you keep track of time: list the days you have left and the time during the day you’ll be able to work. You will need to allot yourself time to go to your school...