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What You Need To Know About DNA And Weight Loss

Have you done all you know to do to lose weight without success? You are not alone. Women of all ages can struggle to shed …

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5 Study Strategies For Better Exam Scores

Unless you are a flat out genius with a photographic memory, study is essential for doing well on exams. I’m guessing that most of us …

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3 Ways To Pass Your DVLA Theory Test On The First Try

Are you in the process of psyching yourself up to take your DVLA theory test in the UK? Whether you’ve just moved to the UK and need to get your licence, or you’re a native who is ready to start the process, there is often that fear of failure. According to statistics, up to 25% of first-time test takers end up failing the theory test, which can feed into fear. Well, now is the time to push that fear aside, fight through it, build your confidence, and pass the test. Here are 3 ways to pass your DVLA theory test on the first try.

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How To Have A Successful Interview Or Exam

Some women are naturally better at taking exams and interviewing than others. But that doesn't mean you can't improve those highly coveted skills. Fortunately, I've been able to learn how to stay cool in these stressful situations over the years. That's not to say that I didn't feel the pressure. I did. The reason why some people sweat, get butterflies, and even tremble is that what they're doing is important to them. It's about landing that dream job or acing that exam that will put you at the top of your class or get you into the university you want. And, there is nothing wrong with that. So, if it's that important, it's worth learning how to do your best. Here are a few of my best tips for having a successful interview or exam.

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Testing, Testing, One-Two…Testing

When we are at school, we are subjected to all sorts of tests; on the spot math tests, spelling tests, end of year exams, high school certificates and the list goes on. In the early days the tests are quick, painless and mostly fun. Then they become more serious, there is study to be undertaken and there is the need to find the ability to cope with the testing process. It can be a nerve-wracking experience. What it does do is ‘test’ students (pardon the pun), it makes them think, it gives a clearer understanding of their abilities, their short-falls, where they can learn more and what they excel at; in the testing platform. What happens when we leave school though?

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