Education blog by Pearson India

  • 5 Last Minutes PTE Test Preparation Tips For Scoring High Score

    Every examination generally has three phases of preparation. Learning comes first, followed by practising everything you've learned, and finally last-minute preparation. No matter how much you have studied or how well you have prepared, those last few days or the last few hours of preparation give you a morale boost. If you skip, then chances are that it might leave you worrying and wondering if you missed out on something.

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  • 5 PTE Myths That Can Misguide You & Affect Your PTE Test Score

    The intimidation of appearing for an exam knows no discrimination. Every individual goes through it. And when you appear for an exam as competitive as the PTE, you are bound to go through phases of intimidation. You will try looking through various sources to get the best learning materials, discover every hack you can, skim through every question paper from previous years. This is an excellent strategy to learn and perform your best. But you should have a strict gatekeeping method to figure out which of these sources, tips, and tricks are reliable.

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  • 10 Key Strategies & Tips to Ace Your School Exams with Flying Numbers

    No matter how much you dread exams as a student, they have a purpose of benefiting you in ways that you might not understand in your early school years, but they will help you go a long way in your future education and professional world. Not every student despises exams. Some very gladly look forward to it. The competitive spirit of the exams and the accolades followed by performing well in them are cherished by most.

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  • Strategies to Increase Critical Thinking Skills in students

    The learning acquired in schools serves multi-dimensional purposes. It shapes your interests, future education plans, career plans, and personality. This cannot be accomplished solely through the school curriculum, but rather through a combination of academic learning and the development of life skills such as critical thinking.

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  • UPSC Main Preparation 2022: Tips and Tricks to Crack the Exam

    UPSC Civil Services Exams are one of the most prestigious and difficult exams to pass in India. UPSC stands for the Union Public Service Commission, which conducts the nationwide Civil Services Examinations (CSE) for recruitment to the higher civil services of the Government of India. UPSC recruits for both civil and defense services.

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  • How to Prepare for NEET in Class 7, 8, 9 and 10?

    Everybody aspires to complete their academic journeys as soon as possible and step into the professional world, which has more scope for practical learning and gives financial growth. To achieve that, if you desire to start early, then you must know that it is a very smart decision and it can be a successful one if you start on the right foot.

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  • GATE Preparation: Tips, Strategy & Recommended Books

    GATE (General Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a competitive entrance test for candidates who want to pursue a master's or post-graduate degree in engineering. The GATE exam is mandatory to secure admissions into IITs, IISc, and NITs. This entrance exam is not solely for admission to the PG engineering courses, but it also helps you get public sector undertaking (PSU) jobs.

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  • Build a career in Railway Engineering

    The history of engineering education in India goes back to the colonial times when the first school of engineering started from a tent which is today established as IIT Roorkee. It is interesting enough to know how much scope liberalisation has given to both engineering and education as separate as well as one entity. But the history of how India got its first engineering college is even more intriguing.

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  • Job Scope for candidates with BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business

    With the age of digitization came many opportunities for businesses of all sectors, and followed by that were booming job scopes. As the global market witnessed an increase in business, the Indian market and government reciprocated by opening opportunities for many sectors through investments, global political connections, and law amendments. Along with that, the Indian education sector has also evolved to prepare students for careers in management and businesses by aligning the academic curriculum with the changing business paradigm.

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