350 words - 2 pages
wanted a relationship between student-teacher she was always beyond that she was a friend, always shearing cookies, stories and candies to all of us.
2. Thomson-Glen implies that students from some cultures have difficulty asking questions in class. That I found it to be true. As I first arrived to school in Canada, I thought it was supposed to be in an authority relationship between professor and student, as back in Mexico. I was afraid of asking the wrong question. As the time passed I saw the behavior of the other students and they were acting everyday so secure of themselves they were never afraid of asking something they did not understand it, they even ask for some more examples. So
607 words - 3 pages
but the multiple intelligences inventory showed it in the top three. The difference has to do with the body part. The multiple intelligences have bodily/kinesthetic references being good at sports, dance and acting, but the VARK inventory shows kinesthetic only references to gestures. There is a lot more physical demand for sports then just using gestures.
b. Which learning strategy is most effective for you based on these four models? How might this knowledge make you a more effective college student?
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator will be the most effective for me out of the four models. This model is what I hear more in my life. Specifically the extravert versus the introvert types of people.
Being able to use this personality inventory to better understand my instructors and classmates will make me a more effective college student. Although I have considered myself able to see someone’s personality, this has taught me that there is more to personalities than I had originally thought.
376 words - 2 pages
Contracts Audit Agency (DCAA). This experience accorded me much familiarity with keeping the big picture of a project in mind while navigating around area-specific obstacles.
While at the University of Houston, I have taken on additional responsibilities outside of academics. As a graduate student, I worked as an Instructional Assistant for undergrad’s ERP and Supply Chain Simulation and Analytics courses at Bauer College of Business and I worked as Vice President for logistics at Graduate Indian Students Association (GISO). Additionally, I am the co-founder of a non-profit organization Vanguards, where I headed the department of Public Affairs and Strategic development and played a key role in
2236 words - 9 pages
For pioneers of associations, overseeing change is a vital key undertaking. In the most recent ten years, there have been various studies which all affirmed that between 60-80% of all change undertakings fall flat completely or incompletely: either the targets of the venture are not attained or the ventures can't be finished in time or on plan. Normally, a ton is in question: cash, individual notoriety, and the strength of the association.
Kotter's Model of Organizational Change
Today's associations are confronted with an expanding need to adjust to new substances that quite often bring about some authoritative change. The
7870 words - 32 pages
’ needs? Again, prioritization and tradeoffs are required here
vi. Set Your Vision:
A vision statement is an overarching entity that includes all organizational goals and targets. Similarly, for you, the vision would include all the goals that you’ve set for yourself, professionally as well as personally.
vii. Develop A Strategic Plan:
If you are a student or practitioner of management, this is a cakewalk. You must’ve already made a million strategies! Once you know your mission, values and vision, then this will follow.
viii. Develop An Annual Plan For The Coming Year (S):
The framework helps you to prioritize and organize your goals and strategies typically over 3 horizons
692 words - 3 pages
Financing your education
The cost incurred in attending a college or university can be quite expensive if a student does not utilize all resources to aid in covering the cost of their education. A student can apply through FAFSA for financial aid and it is disbursed from the Federal Government, and because it is a grant it does not need to be repaid. Grants are typically referred to as free money and are based on the need of the student. A student can reduce the amount that they need to borrow by researching the opportunities for additional grants and scholarships. Many scholarships are available through many sources and are granted to students based on merit rather than need. It
1207 words - 5 pages
UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE
CREDIT POLICY AND STARDARDS
Lecturer:Mr Samuel Gumbe
Student: Rutendo Brian Mawoyo
Question: With reference to your organisation or any that you are familiar with, outline the importance of a well articulated credit policy to the credit function.
Credit is deferred payment and its control is an important feature of business management. In banks clients deposit their money. The bank lends out the money through a credit function. Deposits are collected at say x% and advanced at say x% plus 5% and 5% being the profit of advancing credit
494 words - 2 pages
Expectations & Introduction
Susan L. Keeno
Dr. Laura Pogue
April 5, 2014
Hello everyone, my name is Susan L. Keeno; I have two young adults a girl and boy. I currently live in Darlington, South Carolina born and raise, for the past four years I lived in Warner Robins, Georgia, and just recently moved back home after the death of my mother. I lost my husband on December 23, 2011, from a long time illness. I have my Associates of Science in Business Administration Degree, and just recently gotten my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree, and also my Master’s in Marketing and Business Administration. Hopefully, I
278 words - 2 pages
Homework week 3
5-1 let’s pose the equation of the bond value
VB = INTr*[ 1-(1-rd)-n]/i+M*( 1+rd)-n
INT= par value =1000
M =maturity risk is not given
r = coupon rate per coupon payment period = 0,8
rd= effective interest rate / coupon payment period = 0,9
n = number of coupon remaining = 12
Since the the maturity value is not given we assume that it is the same than the par value here 1000
Now , let find the market price value of the bondin using the equqation giving below
413 words - 2 pages
Case Assignment #1
Managing Motivation in a difficult economy
Dependent Variables are:
3. Deviant workplace behavior
4. Job satisfaction: A positive feeling about your job resulting from an evaluation of its characteristics.
5. Net profit.
Independent Variables are:
1. Individual Level Variables: When individuals enter in organization, they are bit like used cars. Therefore, Managers, unlike parents must work with used, not new, human beings whom other have gotten to first.
2. Group Level Variables: The behavior of people in groups is more than the sum of all the individuals acting in their own way.
2116 words - 9 pages
Suku Amungme tinggal di dataran rendah di sekitar kota Timika, Distrik Agimuga dan pegunungan disekitar Distrik Tembagapura. Permukiman suku Amungme berada di daerah yang dianggap aman dan tidak berpindah-pindah secara turun-temurun.
Menurut tutur leluhur, orang Amungme berasal dari daerah Pangema (Lembah Baliem), Wamena. Hal ini dapat ditelusuri dari kata Kurima, yang artinya “tempat berkumpul” dan Hitigama yang maknanya sebagai tempat pertama kali nenek moyang suku Amungme dan lima suku lainnya, “Suku Dani, Damal, Nduga, Moni, Mee” mendirikan Honai (rumah tinggal) dari alang-alang
Mitologi Riwayat Amungme
Kata Amungme berasal dari: Amung yang berarti utama atau
423 words - 2 pages
One day a good friend of mine, who was shopping with me in the supermarket, asked me: “Have you ever felt that the supermarkets in the United States are so quiet and have less of a shopping atmosphere than the totally different supermarkets in China?” Somehow, I had never thought about the differences until then. In my mind, America has the strongest consumer group to buy products and luxuries that are imported from all over the world and you can easily find an abundance of top-class brands in the supermarket. After thirty years of reform and open, the Chinese economy has grown up really fast, and the quality of life has been pulled up to the level of America, in the same areas such as the
637 words - 3 pages
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited mobilizes deposits through different types of accounts. Al-Wadeah Accounts
Mudaraba AccountsAl-Wadeah Accounts
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited operates Al-wadeah Current Account on the principles of Al-wadeah. The Bank commits to refund money deposited in these Accounts on the demand of customers. On the other hand the Bank takes permission from customers that the Bank may utilize their money. Customers may operate these Accounts as their desires. No profit is disbursed in these Accounts and depositors do not bear any loss Mudaraba Accounts
In the perspective of these Accounts the Bank is 'Mudarib' and customers are 'Shahib Al-Mal'. On
277 words - 2 pages
After a short period of foundation Home Essentials grow very fast and spread over different countries in various regions of the world. It can be said that the secret of this success are creating solutions for the basic problems of the sector which are high capital need, rate of return and innovations.
Due to past experience, Exline give an importance on faster rate of return in order to have an advantage over his competitors. To provide this, he had an agreement with a Chinese furniture manufacturer and supplied more quality furniture for lower pricess. Thus, although, other his competitors return their capitals after 12-15 months, it was taking 6 months for him. Also, due to his supplier
927 words - 4 pages
Communication Opinion Essay
Kimberly A Powell
July 15, 2013
Communication Opinion Paper
Health care communication is an important factor in proper health care. If there is no communication or trust between the health care provider and the consumer, this could affect the quality of care for the consumer. This paper is an overview of effective communication, the basic elements of communication, the encouragement of a reluctant consumer, and the impact cultural difference that may influence communication. To incorporate the basic elements of communication, providers must first examine what exactly effective communication is. This involves more than just
682 words - 3 pages
Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University
Trisal , Mymensingh
Assaingment on :THE CONFIGURATION OF PURCHASING A NEW COMPUTER FOR MY BUSINESS
Course Name : Introduction To Computer
Course code :
SUBMITTED TO :
Mr. Bijoy Chandra Das
Finance & Banking
Jatiya kabi kazi nazrul islam university
Department: finance & banking
Submisson Date: 29 october 2014
THE CONFIGURATION OF PURCHASING A NEW
668 words - 3 pages
May 28, 2014
There are a number of financial drivers that would likely cause health care organizations to merge, meaning the main motives behind why two firms would assume that they are more financially sound as compared to being alone. These kinds of firms are more concerned in innovation based offerings and are always considering ways through which they could take a leap forward. The new phenomena driving the healthcare sector has shifted from the revenue side towards effectiveness and reduction in expenses. One major component of the expenses is to do with Research and Development expenditures (Hall, B. H
930 words - 4 pages
Nora-Sakari: A Proposed JV in Malaysia.
This case presents a perspective of a Malaysian company, Nora Holdings Sdn Bhd (Nora), trying to establish a telecommunications joint venture with a Finnish firm, Sakari Oy (Sakari).
Negotiations that take place between Nora and Sakari are Cross-Cultural in nature as the former is an Asian company and the later a European company. Nora was a lead supplier of telecommunications (telecom) equipment in Malaysia while Sakari a Finnish Conglomerate, was a leader in the manufacture of cellular phone sets and switching systems.
The final negotiations between the two telecom companies took place on Nora’s turf, which is a clear
299 words - 2 pages
STEPS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
Firstly, as the manager of Jaza Ujazike Company Ltd, I will ensure the use of a common language in my organization. This will encourage effective communication and team work which in turn will discourage tribalism which is a derailing factor in most organization, leading to failure of a business.
Secondly, I will encourage an atmosphere of trust within the organization. This will lead to respect for oneself as well as respect for others among the employees and it will also encourage them to express their feelings without being aggressive. Employees will stand up for their rights and speak out their mind, but never at
1782 words - 8 pages
Al-noor Mohssien B. Disalo
3 – EAC
1. Historical Background on separate accounting for agricultural / biological assets
This is a limited scope project to consider an amendment to IAS 41 Agriculture in relation to bearer biological assets (BBAs, e.g. fruit trees, grape vines), as to whether these assets would be better accounted for under IAS 16 Property, Plant and Equipment rather than using the fair value measurement approach prescribed by IAS 41.
There is support (especially those in the plantation industry) for a limited-scope
349 words - 2 pages
The Daily Kaler Kantha,
Basundhara City, Panthapath
Subject: Application for the post of University reporter.
My confidence on my creativity, skill, experience encourages me to search an opportunity that can provide be with a room to best utilize my capabilities and do for the society. So, I am humbly desire to be adorned with the responsibility of university reporter in your house.
Your kind consideration would certainly make me very delighted.
ID No. 13407055
University of Chittagong,
Contact: Kabir Ahmed Company Bari
458 words - 2 pages
|[pic] | [pic] |
TEAM REGISTRATION FORM
Unilever Future Leaders' League 2013
Are you ready for a real business challenge?
|Unilever Future Leaders’ League is more than just a Business Competition. First and foremost, it is an opportunity for you as students to |
|learn about business and get real experience in business environment. It also enables you to apply your own initiatives to drive business |
|growth while adding positive impact on the society. You will get trained by the best-in-class business leaders and discover your potential by
838 words - 4 pages
Flare Fragrances Company, Inc.: Analyzing Growth Opportunities
Key issue: Flare wants to deliver at least $7.5 million incremental revenue in
2009 and survive the severe economic environment. Two methods are
available, one involves launching a new brand – Savvy; the other involves intensifying Flare’s penetration into the drugstore channel.
Current situation of the industry: In US market, 2008, 74% women and 75% girls use fragrance products. The total US fragrances retail market was $5.7 billion in 2007, among them $3.8 billion was women fragrances. Flare takes 9.5% market share, exceeded by Depuis, Suzanne Weber and Aromatique. Sales channels of fragrances include mass market
1977 words - 8 pages
MLA Research Paper (Daly)
14 March XXXX
A Call to Action:
Title is centered.
Regulate Use of Cell Phones on the Road
When a cell phone goes off in a classroom or at a concert, we
are irritated, but at least our lives are not endangered. When we
are on the road, however, irresponsible cell phone users are more
than irritating: They are putting our lives at risk. Many of us have
witnessed drivers so distracted by dialing and chatting that they
resemble drunk drivers, weaving between lanes, for example, or
nearly running down pedestrians in crosswalks. A number of bills to
745 words - 3 pages
OPNS 430, 71
Summer Quarter 2007
CRU Computer Rentals
Due: June 27, 2007
Hima (Bindu) Batchu
JoAnna Thomas (Bowen)
The decision to launch a sales drive this year can lead to financial growth for the company. CRU must look at their overall operations to insure the company can meet the sales demands from the sales drive initiative. Their current computer rental operation is a long process that consists of many buffers. It is imperative that CRU focus on the computer rental return to computer availability for
2239 words - 9 pages
Noora Sarkkinen and Viivi Puuronen
Advanced financial analysis term paper
Oulu Business School
2 DATA ANALYSIS………………………………………………………………..4
2.1 Table 1 Analysis…………………………………………………..5
2.2 Table 2.1 and 2.2 analysis………………………………………...8
APPENDIX 1 OVERVIEW OF THE TERM PAPER PROJECT……………..12
The purpose of this term paper is to analyze accuracy of the analysts’ forecasts during 2012 on the Finnish stock markets, focusing on EPS and sales forecasts. We are using the forecasts from January 2012 which could be quite far from the
3933 words - 16 pages
A hedge is an investment position intended to offset potential losses/gains that may be incurred by a companion investment. In simple language, a hedge is used to reduce any substantial losses/gains suffered by an individual or an organization.
A hedge can be constructed from many types of financial instruments, including stocks, exchange-traded funds, insurance, forward contracts,swaps, options, many types of over-the-counter and derivative products, and futures contracts.
Public futures markets were established in the 19th century to allow transparent, standardized, and efficient hedging of agricultural commodityprices; they have since expanded to include futures contracts for hedging
922 words - 4 pages
Groupware Advantage and Disadvantage
Mclendon Blue Jr.
American InterContinental University
The objective of this paper is to explain what is Groupware? How Groupware can be an advantage to your business, it also explains how it can be a disadvantage to your business. Understanding Groupware applications and functions will enable to make an informed decision about the purchase of Groupware.
Groupware Advantage and Disadvantage
What is Groupware? Groupware is network software that allows users to work together
and communicate effectively Groupware or you can say business collaboration it refers to the
process which people access and coordinate calling
1558 words - 7 pages
UGANDA MARTYRS UNIVERSITY
NAME: EKOTOI NICHOLAS FRANCO
FACULTY: HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND COUNSELLING
COURSE UNIT: SOCIAL POLICY AND PLANNING
LECTURER: Ms. NAKAZIBWE FAUSTINE
REGISTRATION NUMBER: 2011-B091-20051
YEAR THREE, 2ND SEMESTER 2014/ 2015
Discuss any contemporary social problems that you know in Uganda and highlight specific policy issues in the related policy.
According to Kendall, D. (2007) a social problem is a social condition (such as poverty) or a pattern of behavior (such as drug abuse) that harms some individuals or all people in a society and that a sufficient number of people believe warrants
2149 words - 9 pages
Effects of employee’s satisfaction and commitment
Employee commitment is an active way of improving the organizational satisfaction. In this article employee satisfaction is viewed as an independent variable while employee commitment acts as the independent variable, a moderating variable is taken to be employee performance. The sample for the study
535 words - 3 pages
Pointless Art or Meaningful Symbols?
Hipsters, rockers, goths, hippies and other similar modern trends all have one thing in common: tattoos. This obviously doesn’t mean that everyone who are dressed in the code of these trends have tattoos on them but most adults do. Now, many individuals, when they hear “tattooed people” might imagine a person with tattoo’s instead of sleeves but that’s going from one level of extreme to another. Tats can vary in different sizes; from small to big and from single tats to connecting them all together into an enormous one.
Tattoos represent so many different things that it’s impossible to mention every single meaning. Some of the things that tattoos
2550 words - 11 pages
Organizational Assessment Report
Client: Non-bank Credit Organization
Finance for Development LLC, Baku, Azerbaijan
Table of Contents:
2. Purpose of organizational assessment
3. Process involved in organizational assessment
4. Organizational assessment workbook with findings
Non-bank credit organization Finance for Development LLC - Organisational Assessment (OA) Report
Organizational assessment undertaken by David Alimbarashvili, MED Coordinator, DRC & Sabina Mikayilova, CEO of CC LLC – November - December, 2004
Venue: Offices of Fin-Dev LLC in Baku, Barda and Mingechevir, Azerbaijan
4676 words - 19 pages
Table of Contents
I. The main facts about the UE and its citizen 2
II. Motivation to have an EU. 3
III. Diversity in EU: a weakness? 4
1. The premises: coordination between states. 4
2. The premises: The Council of Europe. 4
3. The need for a United Europe. 4
4. Which Europe? 5
IV. The European Political Community. 5
5. More info 5
V. The main theories about European construction 5
6. European Economic Community (EEC) 1958-1985 6
7. The customs union 6
8. Policy coordination & harmonization 6
9. Common policies: 3 areas. 6
10. Permanent, single institutions are created 7
11. European social policy & investments 7
12. Surveillance of
546 words - 3 pages
From: Maureen Farrell-JacobsR
e: Lockheed L-1011 Tri-Star Case Study
Part 1: Recommendation
Proceed to obtain the $250 million in federal loan guarantees to complete the L-1011 Tri Star program. Seek military aircraft contracts in addition to the civilian aircraft contracts thereby spreading the risk into Lockheed’s well-established military market rather than exclusively into the commercial aircraft market. By making the above changes, Lockheed will potentially yield a NPV of $149.85 million using a 13% required rate of return at 500 units of production sold to both commercial and military markets versus the other
1058 words - 5 pages
Improving Student Feedback
Student feedback to assignments at Ashford University has been lacking over the past several years. One of the main issues with feedback is that a second assignment is usually due before the first assignment is even graded. The lack of feedback causes the student to be unable to correct issues with their written documents in a timely manner thus causing the issue to be repeated in the next assignment. Another big problem is the lack of detailed feedback. A normal feedback consists of something along the line of “incorrect APA formatting” or “lack of detail”. This sort of feedback does not help the student improve their work, it only causes
439 words - 2 pages
Good Morning (afternoon) teachers and fellow students. My name is ________ and I am in grade 8. I have been a student at St. Luke’s for 10 years. St. Luke’s is a great school. The teachers are always there for us and the students are the best. When I started at this school, I was four and I couldn’t read or write and didn’t know what to expect. Now I want to give something back to our school. We are lucky to be students at St.Luke’s.
While at St. Luke’s, I have participated in many school activities. These include sport teams such as volleyball, basketball and intramural soccer. I have also been a member of the Green team for _____years, and I attend church regularly at St. Luke’s
1168 words - 5 pages
Immigrant College Student Stress
Immigrant College Student Stress
Teacher: Gorge Castillo
Miami Dade College
The primary purpose of this exploratory investigation was to determine disadvantages related to stress which are some of the characteristics of immigrant female college students in the Miami Dade County area. Some questions related to the theme were answered through direct interviews with immigrants and American female college students. These questions were the instrument used to find out the truth about immigrant experiences and their disadvantages
900 words - 4 pages
Student Course Reflection By:
Henry Horns Jr.
1. What do you believe to be the long-term results and the value of completing a degree in higher education?
I feel that the most valuable thing about getting a degree in higher education has to be starting my career. Working is a blessing in itself, especially in this economy that we live in today. I just feel that working for a salary has more promise than working for wages. For me professionally having my degree will get me to where I want and need to be in my life. Education plays an important role in where our nation goes in the future. Certain parts of this world focus more on education
1858 words - 8 pages
Student Disability Services
Essay Writing in 8 Steps
Step 1:Get to grips with the scale of the task
This is important because it’s much harder to cut down to the required word count if you have written too much than to plan carefully and write the right amount in the first place. Scale is also important because it will dictate the amount of detail you can include.
Think about the word limit (2,000 words, 3,000 words?). How many typed pages will there be (about 500 words per page with single spacing)? Roughly how many sections do you think there will be (e.g. 6 including introduction and conclusion)? For example, each section for a 2,000 word essay would be in the range of 300 – 350
3405 words - 14 pages
Background of the Study
As social beings, every human has a need for belongingness. They would love to be involved in a community or organization, since it will somehow give them a feeling of security. A fraternity organization is not uncommon to many educational institutions like Iloilo State College of Fisheries. Many of these organizations were formed in order to cater the needs of every student for involvement, camaraderie and friendship. Although there are negative connotations for the word fraternity, everyone must know the positive points in joining this type of organizations. Not all fraternities are about crime and violence
403 words - 2 pages
Name: Eduardo Chavez Galindo
Instructor: Danielle Rainforth
Date: July 28, 2013
Grammar and Writing
The Pressures of Being a Student in other country.
Actually must be a person with good studies if you want achieve your dreams, for example when you being a student in other country, you should overcome to all your pressures that are implicated. Which are the common pressures of being a student in other country? The students must be readjusting their lifestyle. For example the culture, the new kind of food, the idiom, and must become independent. Next the financial pressure, such as they may have economics problems with the school payment. Finally the homesickness, because they
995 words - 4 pages
Republic of the Philippines
Technological Institute of the Philippines
“It is a blessing to be a student”
Zeffrey Jon M. Aleta
BSECE / ENGL 002
Ms. Macee A. Agapito
November 28, 2014
Being a student is one of the most memorable moments of your life. Everyday there is something new; it’s either learning new things or having new friends. You’ll get to spend fourteen years of your life studying, copying notes on the board, taking exams for your grades and having problem every week because of your tasks. It is normal when you’re having hard time because of pressure, tense and stress; however, you need to surpass this if
4080 words - 17 pages
; in fact, this was one of the main reasons which encourages us to develop it.
Working with PipeSim
Pipeline-scheduling simulator (PipeSim) has been built with didactical purpose. The principal target of the simulator is to give students a new tool to check and solve so many exercises as needed about pipeline scheduling in order to learn and understand that important part of the subject Computer Architecture. A good learning methodology for students could be the comparison between the scheduling problem solved manually by the student and the scheduling result given by the simulator.
Chaves-Gonzalez J.M., Vega-Rodriguez M.A., Gomez-Pulido J.A., Sanchez-Perez J.M. ...
308 words - 2 pages
1. It definitely isn’t ethical to sell a product that is not completely effective. Nevertheless, many companies around the world sell products that do not necessarily comply with what the offer, or with what is stated on their labels or their ads. I always think of hand soap that says “antibacterial” on their label but they just make foam. To me, that’s not ethical, but it is definitely profitable.
2. I do think it is unethical to negatively influence cultural ideals through advertising, but don’t think it is unethical to promote products based on cultural norms as long as they are effective, and they do not denigrate people. I think it would be very difficult to successfully enter a
7739 words - 31 pages
Based on the Colegio de Sta. Rosa Makati Student Handbook Special Edition S.Y. 2012-2013, co-curricular activities serve as enrichment to the academic curriculum. Extra-curricular activities are activities that are not academic related but still under the supervision of the school. According to Ms. Rita Ruivivar, the activity coordinator of CSR Makati, co-curricular activities are related to academics thus, it could be outside school but still academic related. Extra-curricular activities on the other hand, are activities that are not academic related, for example basketball and volleyball teams, cheer force and other more. Based on thefreedictionary.com, co
340 words - 2 pages
Related Studies and Literature in the Foreign Settings
With a competitive job market like these days, employers ask for not only real experiences but also a certain degree in university when you apply for a job. The higher your degree is, the more decent the salary is going to be. Knowing this fact, however, some students still fail to finish their degree before graduating. There are many reasons, subjective and objective ones, why people cannot follow the higher education path till the end. The following three are the most popular causes among the uni-droppers.
The first and main cause is financial burden. University fee is a nightmare for most students who just receive little or no
592 words - 3 pages
CHAPTER 8: Share and share alike - derivative inequity
This chapter is about what probably is the most traded instrument: equities. According to the author, Equity derivatives were the hottest financial instrument in the 90’s.
Author quotes the situation as, “I came from a bond background where you put up your money, you know what interest you get, and at the end, you get your money back. With shares, the only similarity to this is that you put up the money. You have no guarantee that the company will pay dividends or how much, if any; you don't get your [same] money back, ever. If you want your money back you need to find another punter to buy the stock from you. The company can
367 words - 2 pages
Essay for OSEP
Why would you like to participate in the OSEP?
First of all, to be honest, the sound of studying in a foreign environment is extremely exciting. Why exciting? It is the idea of independence, exploring new things, different culture & environment, making new friends, stepping out of my comfort zone and so much more.
Let's put them into details:
1. Independence - I think independence can be picked up even locally, but your parents will always be there to pick you up when you fall unlike when you are overseas by yourself. That to me, living by yourself, simple things like; settling your daily meals & needs, doing laundry and just everything by yourself is one
1680 words - 7 pages
prevent social activities from interfering with your study time? Yes ___ No ___
6. Do you have a job that requires fewer than 10 hours a week? Yes ___ No ___
7. Do you set specific goals for each study period? Yes ___ No ___
8. Do you begin your study time with your most difficult assignment? Yes ___ No ___
9. Do you complete most of your studying during your most productive hours each day? Yes ___ No ___
10. Do you think of being a full-time student as you would a full-time job? Yes ___ No ___
1. Which shift do you find more convenient to work?
a. 6 – 2