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Introvert Vs Extrovert – – Education Article

Can you be both Introvert Vs Extrovert? Most of us think being introverted or extroverted is as easy as falling into one of two categories. What would you rather? Stay at home on a Friday night or would you rather go out with friends to a bar? Can you want and do both? The answer is yes! Two-thirds of people do not strongly identify as introverts or extroverts and these people are called ambiverts, who have both introverted and extroverted…

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How to Concentrate on Study – – Education Article

So many of us are intrigued by what further study has to offer; better job prospects, delving into new worlds of knowledge and possibility, meeting new and like-minded people, and feeding our innermost wonders and desires. But in such a fast-paced, work-minded, money-driven world, how on Earth do we find the time to concentrate on our studies? In general, university courses require 12 hours per week per unit. Given a full-time workload, that is 48 hours per week dedicated to…

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What should I study at Uni – – Education Article

How to choose what to study at Uni? You have been asked the same question since you were a child, “what do you want to be when you grow up?”. Now, as you sit at your computer, staring at an intimidating number of University browser tabs, it sinks in. You have no idea what to study. How are you supposed to begin making this decision of what to study at Uni? It can be daunting, to say the least. After…

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Difference between college and university – – Education Article

So what’s the difference between college and university? To summarise, a college is a smaller institute as compared to university. There is also difference in number of students enrolled. Generally, universities have a greater number of students. Particularly in Australia, a university is a Higher Education provider and has to meet strict requirements to become a self-accrediting authority through the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) . There are currently 43 universities in Australia, that provide three main types…

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