Top 10 ways to dominate your final exams

How many weeks are left before your final exams? Are you ready to score memorable grades? Because if not, you may just have to wait another 12 months to re-take exams and no student wants that to happen. GCSE students who fail won’t be able to pursue A-levels, and A-level students who fail (or get low grades) won’t get into…

Statistical Physics: Macrostates and Microstates

Consider some (4, say) distinguishable particles. If we wish to distribute them into two exactly similar compartments in an open box, then the priori probability for a particle of going into any one of the compartments will exactly 1/2 as both compartments are identical. If the four particles are named as a , b, c and d and the compartments…

10 Ideas to Make WordPress Blogs SEO Friendly

If you are starting a blog then WordPress can be an exciting platform because it’s free, user-friendly and has a variety of plugins that give you many options. It is also known to be a powerful content management system, which is an added advantage. Moreover business owners and individuals alike can benefit from it because it’s very simple to optimize…

OneDrive is here!

I usually ignore these  things, but this time, it is something noticeable. My favorite ‘photo’ hosting service, SkyDrive has been re-branded with a new name, OneDrive and updated all across with a significant amount of changes. SkyDrive has found a new name, ‘OneDrive‘ due to unavoidable legal issues and this time it deserves attention with a whopping 10GB storage for…

This is how I increased Google Page Rank of a New Site

Gaining a substantial Page Rank for new websites is a real discomfort. Even if your site has healthier content, it takes years to increase the PR counter from zero to one or more than that. Uninterruptedly writing content on your site and keeping it valuable for internet will certainly make the Page Rank up. The same can be done by do follow back-linking techniques, which are…

Tricks to prepare last minutes revision notes for A-levels exams

A-level exams cannot be avoided by avid students with ages between 16 and 18 looking to go to college. These tests are extremely important and the marks obtained will most likely be your ticket to entering a good university. Getting ready for A-level exams means more than just reading notes and hoping for positive results; you must look forward for…

Difference Paradox

Consider two natural numbers $n_1$ and $n_2$, out of which one is twice as large as the other. We are not told whether $n_1$ is larger or $n_2$, we can state following two propositions: PROPOSITION 1: The difference $n_1-n_2$, if $n_1 >n_2$, is different from the difference $n_2-n_1$, if $n_2 >n_1$. PROPOSITION 2: The difference $n_1-n_2$, if $n_1 >n_2$, is the same…

What’s the question, if the answer is ‘No!’

Infinitely many answers questions are possible to the answer, “No”. So, our real task should be to find one of THOSE many, which seems to be a perfect one. A simple and the first ever logical approach of giving answers to a question is to derive answers from the question, that is, replace some words of the question with reasonable ones and…

How students’ brains like to be treated during an exam revision

If you’re a 16-year-old student preparing for any exam, you must know one thing – your brain needs special treatment. We have the power to understand so many things about our memory’s structure, which is why it’s our duty to find the best training strategies for the brain and prepare it for intensive testing. The process is all about working…