Christine McLane is a content manager at SOPforMS. Writing is not only her job but also her passion. Her hobby is reading, travelling and guest posting writing. She never gives up and tries to change this world for better.
14th Nov 2018
Paraphrasing as a Technique of Academic Writing
The various stages of education involve the application of the different types of writing format with the academic writing format mainly common and applicable in learning institutions. Writing does not occur as an innate skill that an individual may achieve the highest heights with just the glimpse but instead of hard work.
13th Aug 2018
7 Tips for an Outstanding Medical Personal Statement
Medicine serves a great deal in maintaining the state of the society through its role of alleviating the suffering of people through natural or artificial pain. The world still needs many doctors, and that remains the sole reason as to why students remain advised to take up medicine courses and take a role in the field of treating ailments.
11th Jun 2018
7 Things to Include in Your Personal Statement
A personal statement is not something you can copy from someone else. Your personal statement is unique to you and what you have been through. This is the opportunity to show the board what you are made of and what brought you here. This is not an ordinary essay you are going to have to write, but it needs to get a bit personal.
9th May 2018
Top Companies Business Students Want to Work For
When it comes to choosing a company you want to work for, it can cause some levels of anxiety. If you are a business student, it might be even more stressful, because the choice can make or break your career. For a business student, you need to establish what your road ahead looks like and what career goals you want to achieve.
20th Apr 2018
The Science of Cramming: How to Study Effectively
There is so much advice online about why cramming is the worst thing you can do. With that being said, most students still continue to cram. Sometimes it is due to having too much to do and other times it is just a case of procrastination. Many students want to have the full experience of being a student, especially in university. This includes making new friends, extra-curricular activit...
14th Mar 2018
Answers to Career FAQs by Data Analyst
When trying to build a career, you might be surprised at how many questions are common. These questions are also easily answered, but it surely is not always easily applicable. If you are in the space of having tons of questions about your career, you might find it in one of the below mentioned. Here are the questions we found after a qualitative data analysis.
7th Mar 2018
7 Ways to Pick the Right Job for You
It is important to choose a job that is right for you. Remember, you are going to have to spend a lot of time at work and if it is not a good fit, you won’t be happy or excited to grow in your career. Perhaps you already have a job but you are looking for something new and different. If you do not have the skills and experience to match a new job, it can become a daunting and frustratin...
22nd Feb 2018
9 TED Talks To Teach You How To Study Efficiently
Studying has never been easy, especially if you are not a bookworm. But if you are, there are still times when you desire to do something other than just study. In this digital era where many of us spend our time online, it is essential to feed ourselves with knowledge.
1st Feb 2018
Top 10 Careers With Prospective Futures
The job hunting process isn’t easy for many. It is so because as at that time, some may wish they had known better when choosing a particular career path. If you are soon to start college or are considering a change of career, the list below compiles prospective job opportunities for the future.
23rd Jan 2018
4 Myths about a PhD
Education serves as the key to success for any individual who does not have alternative paths in life for achieving their desired heights. The different skill sets produced through education depend on the set of choices which an individual acquires in the course of study and specialisation. Renowned educationists have always stated that the path for gaining knowledge remains thin and long...
29th Nov 2017
How to Be More Economical at Uni
Being a university student on a budget can be a frustrating feeling, but you do not have to spend a fortune. There are ways you can save money and be more economical without sacrificing the full experience. As much as you want to go out with your friends every time you have a free moment, it might be a good idea and save your money by staying put and hitting the books. This is not to...
17th Oct 2017
The Good, Bad & Evil of Social Media in Education
There was a time, a long time ago, when social media was a vision that we were yet to realise. Then came Facebook, Twitter, IG, 2Go and so many more social media platforms. Some were able to withstand the tide of time, and others are now a fading memory.
13th Oct 2017
Tips for Balancing A Part-Time Job And Studying
Are you struggling to balance your job and studies? Well, it is completely understandable. Many students have to find part-time jobs to support themselves. It is already a lot to manage with your studies, but many people have no choice to balance both sides of their lives. Finding employment can also be part of your future plans. There are a lot of transferrable skills you can learn throu...
2nd Oct 2017
6 Dissertation Writing Online Tools to Try
Are you worried about where and how to start writing your dissertation? Well, it is no news that writing may not come with ease to all. Even so, there’s a significant difference in how you outline your arguments in academic writing as compared to any other type of writing.
27th Sep 2017
The Key Principle of Winning Essays: Capitalisation
Capitalisation compares to the need for world order today by the creation of law and constitutions in countries to govern how citizens conduct themselves while recognising the authority of various institutions. Sentences and titles in the same context need mechanisms of differentiating themselves and signalling news lines, change if ideas and key points with emphasis.
18th Aug 2017
8+ Hacks to Force Yourself to Start Your Dissertation
Do you have a looming deadline for submission of your thesis paper or would you like to start early, before the deadline? Most students struggle with finding enough time to plan and draft their dissertation, to be able to submit it in time.
15th Aug 2017
Motivated & Inspired: Top Must-Know Speeches
Words are powerful tools, they can either build or destroy a person. Often when working on a project, it is tempting to put on hold due to the loss of the psyche to complete it. Good entertainment for the sake of relaxing could be re-energising.
20th Jul 2017
5 Facts about a MBA To Motivate You
Many people are on the fence when it comes to undertaking an MBA degree. Some say it is a waste of time and does not guarantee any career improvements, while others cannot stop singing praises about how their lives changed after completing their MBA. In my honest opinion, education is never a waste of time and certainly not an MBA. If you want to be relevant in the business world, doing a...
9th Jun 2017
Career Quizzes to Help you Define your Future Career
A career quiz is always going to add more value to you. It is important to be open-minded when you complete a quiz and also be open to any possible answers. You might have your heart set on a specific career option and your results show something totally surprising. Remember, you do not have to follow the answer of you quiz and can simply use it as a guide.
10th May 2017
Financial Tips: Save Smart & Spend Smart
Being smart with your finances is very important if you don’t want to live a life bound by financial issues. Many people are struggling to get through the months and this results in creating debt that makes things even more challenging. If you want to live a life of financial freedom, you need to be aware of where your money is going. It does not matter if you are still in university or...
25th Apr 2017
5 ways to do homework faster & get better marks
Homework occurs at all ages and is needed for you to really progress and get to grips with the material. Either you are a school-going little boy or a college going, mature student. There is a single similarity to look upon both and that is homework. The homework is the daily dose that is given to students to improve their calibre. Knowingly, teachers put pressure on students to complete ...
15th Apr 2017
10 Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking Skills
There are some students who are afraid of speaking in front of a crowd and then there are others who seems to do it effortlessly. For some time, we have believed that it is purely a skill that some do not have, but there are ways you can teach yourself to become more confident on stage and speak well. These days you find universities adding Public Speaking as a module to the curricul...
28th Mar 2017
Study Abroad: How to Study For Free?
Studying abroad is exciting to any student but it can also become pricy. You have to be clever going about it and look out for any hidden costs. Education is never cheap and many students just cannot afford to go study abroad. It is a real shame that something like money holds you back. Here are a few tips to help you achieve your goals and not pay anything.
31st Oct 2016
How to stay sane applying for a postgrad degree
Applying for a postgraduate degree is a very daunting task. Writing your personal statement can cause you sleepless night. It truly is an important time but you should not become overwhelmed with it. Many have done it and many still will. All you have to do is have a plan of action.