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Bright Future With Savings

The saying that, “a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step”.

And also that “Rome was not built in a day” is a common saying in the life calender of an average individual.
But how can you relate all these things to savings and financial freedom. You all might be thinking on that...

Mistakes - That Destroy College Scholarship Applications

If we speak in general, then most local scholarship committees are not concerned with minor mistakes  but as far as the higher level of competition is concerned, even a single mistake can ruin the form...

That Student Needs a Student Credit Card, Today

Student credit card is the perfect term in order to describe credit cards that are meant for these college going teenagers. Student credit cards are the perfect way in order to allow their users so that they can know the benefits of "real world" credit card usage before completing their graduation and taking on a job. Typically, for a lot of college goers, their student credit card allows them to know about the world of credit card usage. There are chances that some of them might have used supplementary credit cards, but those are connected with their father’s or mother’s credit card account.

What Is The Theory Of Multiple Intelligences?

Multiple Intelligence is one of the most popular educational theories, for its ability to reach a wide variety of children. This popular theory of Multiple Intelligences was developed by Howard Gardner, in a publication called “Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences”, in 1983.  According to the theory, there are seven kinds of intelligences or ways that children think and learn. They are verbal-linguistic, logical-mathematical, spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. Later, Gardner included one more intelligence called the naturalistic intelligence.

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