Does Your Child Need a SAT Tutor?

Does Your Child Need a SAT Tutor?

MaryS September 16, 2017 0

The job market has become tough over the last few years. With employers expecting nothing but impeccable performance from interns and entry level employees, it comes as no surprise that many college students are uncertain about their future.

However, the uncertainty does not only linger with college students, but also high school students.


Get Help from a SAT Tutor

Finding a good SAT tutor is not as difficult as it may seem. There are a number of websites that list local tutors who can help students be confident of taking the SAT test. The tutors cover various subject and can help you child understand what to expect. This way, your child will not get confused when sitting for the test. The tutors can teach your child based at a pace that he/she is comfortable with for weeks or months.

Experienced tutors understand why students may not feel confident of …

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The University of Alberta – One Class Act

MaryS July 21, 2017 0

university of albertaNestled quietly on the banks of Edmonton, Alberta’s North Saskatchewan River, The University of Alberta has been anything but quiet for the past 100 years. Students at the campus live full lives and some even document their journeys online. For example, Shelly, a first year nursing student just started a blog on stethoscope reviews. Check her latest article about the best stethoscope for nurses.

Since opening its doors in 1908, the campus has committed to and delivered excellence in education and grown to become one of the world’s finest educational institutions.Programs are far too extensive to list here but include degree programs in the arts and sciences (including modern technology such as 3D printing pens, virtual reality, etc.), research-oriented and professional programs, native studies as well as a large variety of extension courses.

Since day one, such distinguished faculty has taught an ever-growing number of post-secondary students – …

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4 Ways of Enhancing Your Students’ Learning Experience

MaryS February 9, 2017 0

Last Update, March 2017

A common strategy used by marketers to make sales is the word of mouth. The education sector also relies strongly on this strategy to cement their establishments. Students are very vocal and will always communicate their thoughts, feelings and general experiences about an institution. What they communicate can either lead to an increase or drop in enrollment rates of educational institutions.

We have used the case of Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) to highlight tips on gaining positive student experience.  MMU won the Student Experience Award at the Guardian Higher Education Awards. This is a big deal as it says a lot about their services. EQAL (Enhancing the Quality of Assessment for Learning), a curriculum transformation project funded by Jisc is what made them get the trophy. We analyzed this work and came up with the following top pointers that any educational institution should follow to help …

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Where to Find Short Term Car Insurance for Students

MaryS September 26, 2016 0

short term car insurance for students

As a student, you will need a car to get around. But one question you may have is where you can get short term car insurance. If you want to insure for days, this article is for you.

You’re probably thinking that since you’re only borrowing or renting that car for only a day or a few days, you can go scott-free on insurance. Maybe you only need the vehicle for a road trip with friends or to move to a new house. Sometimes,  your car may be broken and you need to run errands.  When you have a car, it may only be a few hours before it incur damages. This is not to wish you bad luck.  Instead, it’s a call to remind you that it’s important to get insured even if you’ll only be having the car for a short period.

To protect yourself, you should …

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3D Printing Courses and Certificate Programs

MaryS August 23, 2018 0

best 3d printing course

The power of 3D printing technology and its disruptive abilities cannot be denied. If you have knowledge of additive manufacturing, you may be curious how 3D printing can help to improve your creative freedom. Perhaps this is why you are looking for 3D printing courses and certificate programs.

If you want to learn 3D printing technologies, you have to start from somewhere. In this guide, we explore the best 3D printing course for both beginners and hobbyists. These courses will increase your 3D printing knowledge, helping you to learn the basics of 3D printing, the tools to use, different printing techniques, and so on.

Best 3D Printing Courses and Certificate Programs for Beginners

When you finish any of the courses, you should be ready to buy your first 3D pen or printer as well as the tools you will need for your first project.

Below are the courses you can …

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How Much Does a Nurse Anesthetist Earn?

MaryS April 2, 2018 0

anesthetic nurseThe area of specialty, location and experience are just of a few of the factors that can influence the amount of a nurse anesthetist salary.

Nurse anesthetist is a specially educated and trained nurse that specializes in administering anesthesia to safely alleviate pain during to patients undergoing surgery or other medical procedures. The national association that represents 92 percent of these professionals is the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists’ (AANA). The salary of a nurse anesthetist is often higher than general nurses or medical assistants.

Factors That Influence a Nurse Anesthetist Salary

The salary of a nurse anesthetist can greatly vary depending on the geographical region in which they work. The setting in which the anesthetist works such as hospital operating rooms, senior homes, clinics or on a contractual basis will also determine the salary paid. Nurses with the highest level of nursing education provide the most earning potential …

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Student Nurses: Agency Nursing Tips You Should Know

MaryS November 1, 2017 0

nursing agency tipsMuch has been written about the nursing shortage, with the primary focus on the downside for RN’s working in the acute care setting. Where there is a downside, there is always an upside, and many nurses have found a way to use the shortage to their advantage: registry and travel nursing. Of course, it is not for everyone, but an increasing number of nurses are finding there are options that can accommodate their lifestyle and needs. They are choosing assignments anywhere from one day to 3 months, from local to long distance.

For many, the pay and flexibility are attractive, opening up opportunities and control over their lives they would not otherwise have. Obstacles such as the lack of benefits no longer exist, as many local agencies and most travel agencies now offer insurance and retirement investment plans.

The concern I hear most from RN’s is about the difficulty of …

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