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Intermediate GCSE Maths Revision – Mistakes to Avoid in the Maths GCSE Exam by N Pinhey
... If you are squashing your work in, then it is very common for candidates to leave some steps out – these steps are frequently the method steps that the examiner needs to see to get the method marks! 5. Watch out for Mixed Units Quite often different units are used to measure quantities in the same question, for example:cmand mm mandcm kmandmThe golden rule is to always work with just one unit throughout, either all centimetres or all metres or all kilometres.

Write Articles That Convert In 10 Minutes Flat by Michael Hole
... Just remember a time you got excited about something and told a friend how much you enjoyed it. You can apply that same experience to article writing. The advantage here is that you don’t have to do much, if any, research. By combining these 5 steps along with a healthy dose of persistence, you’ll be able to break through the barrier of newbie writer. Writing articles will become second nature to you and eventually you’ll be at a level where you can crank them out in just 10 minutes.

Guide The Vision With On-Target Goals by Karin Syren
... Step 1 - TARGET the project Step 2 - EXAMINE the need Step 3 - DEFINE Success and Failure Step 4 - EXPLORE the Options Step 5 - IDENTIFY the Requirements, the Obstacles, & the Available Resources Step 6 - DEVELOP Strategies Step 7 - IMPLEMENT the Final Program There’s nothing left but the doing. Your plan is formulated, and you need only put the wheels in motion and watch this goal take shape. Follow the same process with each of the goals you have identified for your vision under ...

Setting Achievable Goals by Marco Richter
... Here is a first draft of the plan, I have made so far: Setup an online business Work on that business and make it profitable Set the business on auto-pilot Go back to step one Step one is already in progress as your are reading this article on my website. This site will be my new online business. Ok, this one was easy to take, step two will be much harder to achieve. I am already working on an article covering the topic of making a website profitable.

Nice Guys Finish First by Tom Richard
... Whoever said "Nice guys finish last" was likely one of these one-hit-wonders who is so focused on crossing the finish line that he steps on every person who gets in his way. Ironically, people like this also make claims that their company has a 97% satisfaction rate and their customer service is the best in the industry. Little do they realize that every action they make and every word they speak directly contradicts these hollow statements. The truth is that nice guys (and gals) finish ...

eBay Powerseller Secrets for Online Auction Success by Jennifer Carter
... add a shipping calculator so your customers will know the exact cost of any item. Keep GoingSend an invoice shortly after the sale is completed using the automated invoicing system. Make sure you pack well, send promptly and leave feedback. Don’t leave negative feedback. The final Powerseller secret is using the second chance offer to sell multiple items, but pay only one insertion fee. Once the auction is closed, you can offer off your stock to the remaining bidders at their highest bids.

How to Survive the Final Year of GCSE Mathematics by N Pinhey
... Too many students make mistakes when they do actually know what to do – precision is everything, making sure you show all your steps. The next most common mistake is not knowing the most common different types of question that could be asked. OUR ADVICE: Find out the most common topics that are examined and then all the different types of exam question that could be asked. CONCLUSION:Our advice is to try and stay on top of the work as much as possible throughout the ‘year’.

A Balancing Act: How To Properly Organize Your Checkbook by Jakob Jelling
... Then add any uncleared checks and interest you have earned to this new figure. Finally, compare the final figure to your bank statement. If you discover at this point in time that your bank has unfairly charged you for something, get in contact with them as soon as possible. Also, if you notice any discrepancies the first time around, or can't reconcile your final balance to the bank statement, you might want to double and triple-check your calculations.

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