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I have been teaching English and Journalism for seven years. I work as a freelance writer and regular contributor to a number of online and print publications.

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How to Study Effectively: 5 Best Study Applications

Posted on May 18, 2016 at 3:25am 1 Comment

So you are slogging endlessly on the study table to pass the upcoming examinations? Everything necessary is within your reach, and the jerker to your focus - your smartphone - has been kept upside down in the other corner of the room for no distraction of thoughts. *SlowClap*

Smartphones could be taking the rap for your misdemeanors at the education front, but the fact is far from what’s understood. There are a number of phone-based applications that can assist…

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7 Apps For Young Professionals In College Life

Posted on May 9, 2016 at 1:09am 0 Comments

College can be an intimidating place for students. It provides you with a glimpse of what lies ahead in life. College heralds the beginning of professional careers for most people, and it is for that reason that 4 years of college are worth their weight in gold. College fulfils the most important job of character building among teenagers. The transformation from a teenager to a responsible professional who is ready to take on the challenges of life is startling and truly remarkable to…

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5 Apps that Help you Study Effortlessly

Posted on April 29, 2016 at 2:46am 1 Comment

Studying is by far the toughest thing to do when you have so many distractions around you. It’s pretty common for students to come to me and say they’re addicted to social media or video games. Some say they can’t concentrate on the task at hand. And many say they’re unable to pen down the eloquent thoughts they have on a topic, especially for projects and assignments.

 

Being a teacher, I’ve come to realise that…

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