Throne of Glass Novellas: Throne of glass

The second book in the series, Throne of Glass, is chaotic but beautiful. It tells the story of the gorgeously vicious assassin Celaena Sardothien, whom we have already been familiar with in the previous book. But this tale is nothing like its former, a fresh world if you ask me. […]

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How to be successful in life?

There are 8 very simple rules that you can follow to become truly successful. Be Passionate And do what you for love. If you don’t love it, then why do it? If we build careers or continue in jobs that aren’t our passion, we’re selling ourselves short. It’s like the […]

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Distance learning and its usefulness

what is distance learning? Distance learning can truly be defined as the way of getting an education without visiting a school or attending a class physically. Adaptability and Freedom One of the main advantages of distance learning can be the personalized approach to getting an education regardless of the channels […]

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Is Homework Good or Bad for students?

Why Homework Is Good Here are 10 reasons why homework is good, especially for the sciences, such as chemistry: Doing homework teaches you how to learn on your own and work independently. You’ll learn how to use resources such as texts, libraries, and the internet. No matter how well you […]

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Tips to get more marks in exams!

Just knowing the answers to the questions isn’t enough. Most of the time, it matters how you present your answer sheet. The person who will check your paper probably has about 50 – 100 other papers to go through. And that is a tedious job. So, if he opens your […]

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Digital vs Handwritten Notes

An important process in studying and learning is note-taking. Almost every student does it, and it is a practical requirement to pass a class. With the large amounts of information presented in each course, note-taking helps in encoding the information and thus makes it easier to remember. It also produces […]

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Let It Snow: A Book Review

A contented sigh. That’s it. That is what this beautifully woven book is. And so so much more at the same time. A warm, cozy, funny, bright, and snug tale, Let It Snow by Maureen Johnson, John Green, and Lauren Myracle will spread the Christmas magic whenever you’re reading it. […]

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