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text 2018-06-19 04:42
A Good Education Opens Doors To Great Jobs

Jobs are plenty these days for the one who has the qualification. The economy is good condition and companies across the globe are spreading their operations and recruiting more people. Despite automation in many sectors, the demand for human workforce has not decreased. In many sectors, there is an increase in demand for people. Companies look for people who are not just qualified but have passed out from good institutions. When there is a choice of candidates available, big companies choose the ones who have studied in institutions that are known for good, quality education.

 

A degree or diploma from a reputed university is highly valid in the job market. You all know how the big corporates go to big universities to get the best of the lot. Companies also don’t shy away from paying well for the right candidate. You can see how important education from a good university is. Singapore has some of the finest universities in the world and Tap Enrol can get you admission to any of these universities. We can also suggest you as to which university is good which courses.

 

Universities in Singapore follow the syllabus that is being followed by the world’s leading universities. These universities also give an opportunity for the students to have practical training while in college and also a chance to interact with students and faculty from other universities. This gives them an opportunity to know the trends elsewhere in the world. Tap Enrol can get you admission in courses for part-time degree in Singapore has to offer.

 

These courses are helpful for people who don’t have the time to do full- time courses. These courses are good for working people who wish to get a degree to earn a promotion to the next level in their careers. Engineering colleges in Singapore offer courses in all streams of engineering.

 

These courses are of international standards and offer the students a good exposure to the practical use of their knowledge. There are also big companies in Singapore. Where you can seek an opportunity to do an internship. Tap Enrol can help you get into any of the engineering colleges.

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review 2018-06-15 13:35
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End Game - Toni Aleo

This is book #4, in the Bellevue Bullies series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader understanding, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this fantastic series in order.

 

Ryan is excited to get to the NHL and is working hard to get there.  Then he meets someone else just as dedicated but to her own sport.  He has to work a bit to convince her it is worth it, and maybe they really have a shot.

 

Sofia is all in when it comes to her future and her career.  Why should a guy like Ryan get in her way?  The attraction between them literally charges the room when they are in it together.  Her roommates brother is worth the chance, if she gives him one.

 

This was a sexy and sweet story.  I loved these characters together and their journey is so much fun to read.  This is a great addition to the series.  If you have been a fan of these hockey books all along - you're going to love the cameo's of some of the past characters.  I found this to be a great read.  I give this book a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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review 2018-06-13 07:55
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Reckoning - Jessica Ruben

Eve was enjoying her time as a Freshman at Columbia University.  She earned her scholarship here.  The future as a lawyer is her dream, and she is almost there.

 

Vincent has no idea that Eve is going to turn up where he is finishing school.  He is wrapped up in several things at the moment.  All things he does not want to taint Eve with.  How to have her and not mix those worlds?

 

Their love is very sexy and highly emotional.  This story is high with the heat and very heartfelt.  As the sparks fly in many directions, Vincent stresses out trying to keep his worlds apart so they do not collide.  I am so excited for the conclusion and hope the author hurries!  I give this ARC copy a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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text 2018-06-11 07:42
How Do You Help Your Students Develop a Good Attitude Toward Learning

Given how long each student is in school, from the years of dedication and hours sat in seats each day, it can be hard to stay motivated. As a teacher, it is your job to foster a productive learning environment. Here are seven ways to help your students develop an attitude about learning:

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review 2018-06-03 21:16
A Student of Weather
A Student of Weather - Elizabeth Hay

A Student of Weather was today's choice read to recover from travel, jet lag, and the unpacking and laundry tasks that come with it. 

 

I had high hopes for the novel: It's set during the 1930s in depression-hit dust bowls of Saskatchewan and the New York of the 1960s, and it's by a Canadian author.

 

The last one, the Canadian factor, may have worked against the book. I'm only half kidding. I love Canadian writing. However, I am also reminded of Will and Ian Ferguson's summary of the Canadian literary novel (found in How to be a Canadian):

"Handy tip! Write about a family gathering, a funeral or some sort of homecoming. That's the easiest way to bring characters together without having to construct a plot. And make sure to include the free-spirited sister, the recovering alcoholic brother, the other sister (the one who gave up on her dreams and is married to an abusive and/or aloof man) and - last but not least - the standard-issue abusive and/or aloof father figure. Add to the mix some cryptic dialogue about a past betrayal, maybe a dark secret or two, and half-bake at 40F. Do you see how these things just write themselves?"

The thing is, my assessment of every Canadian novel I have read since the Fergusons' above summary has started with a categorisation: either the book fits the description or it doesn't.

The ones that didn't fit the Fergusons' description were, on the whole, much more enjoyable and interesting reads.

 

Sadly, A Student of Weather fits the above description to a T (except there was no recovering alcoholic brother, tho there was a brother who died early on... I am counting this as half a point.). What is even sadder, is that I could not find any other aspect that made this book compelling or that kept me from skim-reading some parts.  

 

It didn't help that the centre premise of the book is based on a love triangle that features some selfish asshat of a guy and two sisters who fight over his affections (which are always engaged elsewhere and for some reason the sisters just cannot see it)... Ugh.

 

The writing, tho, was very accomplished and I do look forward to trying the other book by Hay on Mt. TBR, Late Nights on Air.

 

Seriously, if that one also has a love triangle in it, I will DNF it faster than than I can type out the book title.

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