My argument has always been that it is really the course you study in the University that makes you, it is the uniqueness in you. The contemporary world of work is interested in excellence, the stuff you can offer, not in your discipline per se. This is why any education is expected to develop individuals’ three domains of learning: the cognitive, the affective and the psychomotor.Most importantly, I share the opinion of this gentleman that it is you, and hardly your course of study, that matters in your
No one understands the spirit and meaning of the book better than the person who wrote it. All authors should try to envision the exact cover they want (and how it will look when listed on Amazon), then sketch it out on paper or create a mockup in Photoshop.
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These statements—known in legal parlance as “disclaimers”—are intended to prevent (or at least limit) copyright infringement claims. The most common of the half-million disclaimers used at YouTube is apparently “No Copyright Intended” which—despite its ambiguous meaning—is about as effective as going 90 MPH in your car with a sign that says “No Speeding Intended.” Other disclaimers state that the user is claiming fair use. Unfortunately, claiming fair use doesn’t mean that the work qua
Phone: Mon-Fri 8AM-11PM ESTSince most medical school applicants strong GPAs and MCAT scores, schools need additional ways to distinguish among candidates.