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Try not to lose your jaw reading these facts! 1) Samsung is also a full-time weapon manufacturer. They make war tanks. 2) According to research, siblings may have been the main influential shapers of who we are than our parents. 3) Your brain and stomach are in constant contact with each other. This is why some emotions affect our stomachs physically, especially in distress. 4) The Burj Khalifa is so tall that you can watch the sun set at ground level, then go to the top of it and watch the sun set again.
Diana Arias-Lazcano, Youthlink Writer Whether CSEC, CAPE or end-of-year exams, they are either in full swing or just around the corner and preparing for them may not be as dreadful as it seems. Just try to incorporate these five simple tips into your study habits and you will be just fine! 1. Give yourself enough time to study
Chanel Spence, Youthlink Writer Technology has embedded itself in our daily lives, but let's see to what extent.
Mickella Anderson, Youthlink Writer In this section I appraise, in dollar value, things that do and don't make sense. If an issue is of great importance to me, I will give it a value of $1,000. Every subsequent issue will be given a reduced dollar value to reflect its decreasing significance to me. $1,000 - Bigga things ahead
Chanel Spence, Youthlink Writer
Try not to lose your jaw reading these facts! 1) The average computer user blinks 7 times a minute, less than half the normal rate of 20. 2) Email has been around longer that the World Wide Web. 3) Bill Gates house was designed using a Mcintosh computer. 4) The first computer mouse was invented in 1964 and it was made of wood. 5) On an average workday, a typist's fingers travel 12.6 miles.
Chanel Spence, Youthlink Writer 1. You are a grade-11 student. CSEC examinations are upon you and your guardian falls ill. You are the only one living with this guardian. Would you rather take care of your guardian during your study periods OR invite another relative to help out while you remain focused?
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Diana Arias-Lazcano, Youthlink Writer
Mickella Anderson, Youthlink Writer In this section I appraise, in dollar value, things that do and don't make sense. If an issue is of great importance to me, I will give it a value of $1,000. Every subsequent issue will be given a reduced dollar value to reflect its decreasing significance to me. $10 - RIP