By: Kevin San Miguel Cuevas The Department of Education aims to lead young Filipinos in the discovery of their own potential through the academe provided for every Filipino enabling them to create their own destiny to the global community. To … Continue reading →
With the Filipino’s penchant for looking up controversies, you can expect that some folks have tried searching for and posting less-than-edifying stuff about the National Career Assessment Exam (NCAE) on the Internet. Don’t just accept everything you read or hear … Continue reading →
It’s a very human tendency to want to be recognized for one’s efforts. For students, that would be making the honor roll or even getting the high score on an exam—even when that exam is the National Career Assessment Examination … Continue reading →
A wise pastor once said “make your life like that of a laser beam”. A little focus is in order, especially if you want to do really well in a particular field. The good news is that … Continue reading →
In a previous article, I discussed the details of a scholarship offered by the Technological University of the Philippines (TUP). Of course, your first order of business is to get into the school before you can even think of applying … Continue reading →
My mom was an alumna of Miriam College back when it was known as Maryknoll. She spoke of American nuns and mini-skirts and the exciting prospect of having an exclusive school for boys right next door. Needless to say, it … Continue reading →
One of the advantages of enrolling in a large university is that you get a lot of choices—choices of which campus to apply to, for instance. These days, it’s not uncommon to see various courses spread out across different university … Continue reading →
In the old days, schools would print out copies of their application forms for students to fill up and submit. We still see that today, although many schools also offer a convenient online option that allows students to submit applications … Continue reading →
There’s a mind-set going around that if something is more expensive, it must be good. That’s not necessarily the case, though. It’s also possible to come across something of good quality that doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg. … Continue reading →
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