Life certainly involves a lot of decision-making. On one hand, taking and passing college entrance tests is part and parcel of applying to the college of your choice. On the other hand, if you don’t focus on your high … Continue reading →
When I was still in school, I had a classmate who was a professing agnostic. I also remember having classmates who were professing Protestants. It was an interesting experience hanging around these folks, considering that we were studying in a … Continue reading →
Taking and finishing an entrance exam is demanding mental work. You’ll need some fuel reserves in order to go the distance, so make it a point to bring snacks along every time you go for a test. Don’t … Continue reading →
According to Wikipedia: Centers of Excellence (COEs) and Centers of Development (CODs) are higher education institutions (HEIs) both public and private which have demonstrated the highest degree or level of standards along the areas of instruction, research and extension. University … Continue reading →
As students, we have our attention riveted on studies and exams and possibly even the opposite sex. Have we ever stopped to wonder, however, what it cost someone to send us to school? That someone may not be a parent; … Continue reading →
The late Randy Pausch said “The brick walls aren’t there to keep us out. They’re there to show us how badly we really want something. The brick walls are there to stop the people who don’t want it badly enough.” … Continue reading →
The government’s Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the Science Education Institute (SEI) believe in developing the human capacity for greatness. That’s pretty much why a scholarship bearing their names exists—to give the scientists and engineers of tomorrow a … Continue reading →
An old friend of mine once quipped that the Information Age has changed the way we do a lot of things—from the way we pay our bills to the way we apply for a slot in a learning institution like … Continue reading →
In another article, I discussed the details of the Dean Julieta D. Tadle Memorial Scholarship. While it provides nifty financial assistance for worthy students, some people may find its course and slot requirements too restrictive. The good news is that … Continue reading →
It would seem that the only constant applies to scholarship grants as well. Two cases that come to mind are the President Elpidio Quirino Scholarship Grant and the Secretary Guillermo de Vega Scholarship Grant, both of which are now defunct. … Continue reading →
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