Did you realize that your final exams are around the corner and there is only 3 months left? Shocking how fast time flies, right? But there is no need to panic! You still have plenty of time to start studying for your final exams, so here are some tips to help you prepare for your them: Study one subject at a time. Instead of studying more than one subject at a time for the sake of finishing studying faster, the best way to study is to put all your focus on one subject only.
Students in their final year of high-school who are preparing to enter the next big step in their life, also known as college phase, tend to get really stressed because of all the things that they need to do in order to submit their college application. During a stressful time like that, students may get distracted and make mistakes that seem simple, but in reality, they are the reason why their college application turns out bad. Here are some of the most common mistakes that
Majority of the universities around the world require extra essays written by the students, also known as supplemental essays. These pieces of writing usually reveal some important information by the student. Now there is no doubt that every university’s requirements are different, but today we have prepared for you a guide that includes the most common supplementary essays and what can you as a student write in them to make them worth reading. “Why this university?” This que
Assuring the proper structure of your extended essay forms the foundation of any great essay. It is important to follow the required structure as set by IB, as failure of such can also affect your assessment. The assessment is based on the five criteria: focus and method, knowledge and understanding, critical thinking, presentation, and engagement. Starting with the formatting, the extended essay needs to be written in correct, coherent and formal academic style, pertinent to
Imagine this scenario in your head: you’re done applying to all your dream universities and now you’re waiting for the decision to come out. It is either you get accepted, get declined, or sometimes get waitlisted, but what does that mean? When the university puts you on the waitlist it means that they are still undecided whether to accept your or not, but that doesn’t mean you lose hope! Here are some tips to help you get off the waitlist: Make up your mind Before taking any
For many students, theory of knowledge (TOK) can be an impenetrable subject to comprehend, and TOK essay titles are no exception. However, by ensuring your TOK essay follows a clear structure, it can allow for better understanding and communication especially when it comes to the complexing concepts. Your main priority is to answer the prescribed title (PT), remember to refer back to it as you go. Introduction The introduction to your essay should make up about 150-200 words.
Preparing for the exams causes stress and anxiety for a lot of students, and it affects them differently. Each student deals with stress and anxiety in their own different ways. However, it is slightly different for diabetic patients. Diabetic patients deal with stress in a different way than those who are not diabetic. Stress can affect diabetic patients negatively causing an increase in the blood sugar levels which may affect the concentration levels and cause other various
One of the most frustrating moments in life is when you have a lot of work to do, yet so little motivation and desire to do it. Many of us go through a phase that lasts for a day or two where we just feel tired, exhausted, demotivated and just want to call it a day. It is okay to take breaks but start getting worried when you get too comfortable with taking a break. It is hard to stay productive while being tired and unmotivated, but hey! Here are some tips that could help in
Virtual meetings have become more common these days especially when it comes to distant working and educational purposes, and it’s extremely exhausting. Spending too much time on virtual calls can cause fatigue – or what people call Zoom fatigue- You may wonder, “What is Zoom fatigue?”, it is a term people use to show their exhaustion from all the video calls they attend on a daily basis. A huge number of people (especially students and workers) have been experiencing increa
With Qutors newly introduced initiative #ECBlogs, you’re not only sharing your voice with the Qatari local community, but also demonstrating your writing & research skills, sharing voice and opinion on academic solutions and demonstrating your responsibility in our community. Selected work will be featured to raise awareness, reflect and inspire. Highly exceptional research works or blogs will be showcased in our social networks. Once selected, we'll invite you for an intervi