11 basic review tips for student at college

Read up tips for student at college are somewhat not quite the same as review tips for secondary school understudies. Obviously, the two most basic review procedures in presence apply to students of any age The accompanying rundown contains the principal motivations behind why concentrating on in school is frequently more diligently than concentrating on in secondary school. In light of these...
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kumasi

Kumasi – Top 16 Secondary Schools You Must Know

Kumasi as we all know is the capital city of the Ashanti Region. Ashanti being in the southern part of Ghana. It may also surprise you to know that Kumasi has also been known as the center for Ashanti culture.   In this post I will like to tell you a bit about Kumasi, some fact and features  before later focusing on the top secondary schools we can find in this city.   Kumasi usually...
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Accra

Accra Top International Schools

Accra is the capital and largest city of Ghana, covering a big estimated urban population.  It is organized into 12 local government districts – 11 municipal districts and the Accra Metropolitan District, which is the only district within the capital to be granted city status. Accra is the Greater Accra Region's economic and administrative hub, and serves as the anchor of the larger Greater...
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Ghana

Ghana: 10 Universities You Must Know

Most universities in Ghana are renowned and well rank the world over. A university is an institution of higher learning and research, which awards academic degrees in various academic disciplines.   Most universities in Ghana provide undergraduate as well as postgraduate education.   Below are 10 major universities in Ghana you must know.   Discover the secret of moving from Grade...
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Speed Test: Top 8 important things to learn

Speed test measures the speed between your device and a test server, using your device's internet connection. Several factors can impact the speed recorded by a test: Devices (phones, tablets, PCs, etc…) can have very different Wi-Fi and cellular radio capabilities. This means you might get one Speed test result on one device and a different result on another, even using the same provider. Some...
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WAEC

WAEC: 10 Things You Must Know

Waec is an acronym which stands for the West African Examination Council. This organization is a non-profit-making one with its headquarters in Accra, Ghana. It was established in 1952 after the Governments of Ghana (then Gold Coast), Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia enacted the West African Examinations Council Ordinances in 1951. Liberia became the fifth member of the Council in 1974. The...
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How To Parent: The Socially Anxious Child

Being nervous and shy is normal for both adults and children. But if the idea of doing something social turns your preschooler into an anxious mess, it may be something else — they may be struggling with social anxiety. If your child’s anxiety is keeping them from having normal interactions with others, read on to see some ways to address their social anxiety in a healthy, meaningful way....
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How To Parent: The Strong-Willed Kid

Parent: If, in the course of a normal day, your preschooler: Argues with you more often and more effectively than an adult, Finds loopholes in your parenting better than a lawyer could, Persuades those around them more effectively than a trained negotiator, Needs to know the reasoning behind everything going on in the world, Or commands a room like a major general … Click here and download our...
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9 reasons you have bad grades

By Katie Azevedo, M.Ed. Bad grades don’t just come out of nowhere for no good reason. Sure, you might fail a test once in a while because of extenuating circumstances, but chronically poor grades are a symptom of something bigger. In other words, chronically bad grades are not the real problem; they are simply the visible result of an invisible problem. 9 reasons you have bad grades In the...
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Math My Kid Loves

Math My Kid Loves  We’ve been homeschooling for just over 5 years. Over the 5 years we’ve been homeschooling, we’ve worked hard to work out oodles of kinks! In the process, we have become a fairly eclectic set of homeschoolers We’ve worked out oodles of our kinks and, in the process, learned we’re a fairly The post Math My Kid Loves appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
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