Interview Tips for High School Students
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Turn Google Sheets into an Automatic Bookmark/Citation Tool - BetterCloud Monitor

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When you’re doing research online, you don’t have to manually collect and save information. Try Citable, a helpful Chrome extension that simplifies how you gather research.

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Fighting cancer with the help of someone else's immune cells - TMF™ - Breaking Medical News

Fighting cancer with the help of someone else's immune cells - TMF™ - Breaking Medical News | Interview Tips for High School Students | Scoop.it
A new step in cancer immunotherapy: researchers from the Netherlands Cancer Institute and University of Oslo/Oslo University Hospital show that even if one's own immune cells cannot recognize and fight their tumors, someone else's immune cells might.

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New App, Sector, Will Turn Your iPad Into A Stochastic Sample Slice Sequencer

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An alarming map of the global ivory trade that killed 17,000 elephants in one year | Washington Post

An alarming map of the global ivory trade that killed 17,000 elephants in one year | Washington Post | Interview Tips for High School Students | Scoop.it
A 2011 study found that ivory poachers, which serve a surprisingly narrow market, killed 7.4 percent of Africa's elephants in 2011.

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The various types of brainteasers that you are likely to be asked in an interview

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Therefore, if you wish to excel in this aspect, you first need to understand the different types of brainteaser questions that you are likely to be asked when in an interview. 1.) Puzzles: This is the most common type of brainteaser ...

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Endangered Rhino Just Wishes His Horn Didn’t Make People Immortal

Endangered Rhino Just Wishes His Horn Didn’t Make People Immortal | Interview Tips for High School Students | Scoop.it
TSUMEB, NAMIBIA—Acknowledging that, all things considered, he was “pretty happy” with his life, a local black rhinoceros told reporters Monday that if he had one wish, it would be that his distinctive horn was not capable of rendering hu...

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Jim Ries's curator insight, February 10, 2014 8:39 PM

Something different ;-)

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Invasive Comb Jellies Crowd the Adriatic Sea

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Commerical fish populations are under threat.
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United States and India Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Wildlife Conservation and Combating Wildlife Trafficking

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United States and India Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Wildlife Conservation and Combating Wildlife Trafficking

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Digital music gets a cubist makeover

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A new electronic instrument. Simple.


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Zimbabwe: Poachers use poison to kill elephants | NewsDay Zimbabwe

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ELEPHANT poachers have now become sophisticated to the extent of resorting to using poison to kill the jumbos, it has been learnt

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Dan Costa's curator insight, June 24, 2013 10:35 AM

As if using poisoned arrows, spears and automated weapons is not enough, poachers have now graduated to poisoning water bodies and plants which elephants often frequent. Ridiculously dangerous even for the other animal species!

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Answer Irrelevant Job Interview Questions by making them relevant to the position

Answer Irrelevant Job Interview Questions by making them relevant to the position | Interview Tips for High School Students | Scoop.it
Sometimes during a job interview, the interviewer will throw out a strange question that might not have anything to do with the job. Whether he or she is just warming you up for the real questions, the best way to answer ...

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, February 7, 2014 6:15 PM

If you are ever asked a question that you are not certain about the relevancy, your best bet it to make it relevant to the position.

 

For example if you were asked if you could be any animal what would you be, and the position is seeking a friendly person who interfaces with others...  Your response could correlate back to an animal that shared those characteristics. 

 

You could also choose the animal based on the job skills that are required.

 

I hope you enjoy the article.

 

PS - Live on Purpose!