Your Questions About Successful Trading Plans

Laura asks…

Zoo Keeper Questions.?

1. What Education and training is required for this trade?
2. What on-the-job learning is provided?
3.. What health and safety issues do people deal with on the job at this workplace?
4. What kind of health and safety training do people at this workplace receive?
5. What special equipment (tools, machinery, protective gear, uniform) does this job require?
6. In what different locations is this trade conducted?
7. Who does the worker interact with in the job and in what capacity?
8. What technology is used in this trade?
9. How has this trade changed over time because of enhanced technology?
10. What kind of person (traits, Characteristics) will be successful in this career?
11. What are the future job prospect for this trade?
12. Why did decide to enter this trade?
13. What are the best parts of your work?
14. What are the worst parts of your work?
15. Describe a typical day on the job.
16. What advice would you give a young person who planned to enter the same career?

John answers:

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Maria asks…

is this personal statement good for uk economics degree?

Here is my personal statement for UK universities. Im applying for economics. If you have experience in personal statments, can you review it and help me? 😀 thanks

From a very young age I have had an interest in world economy and developments. I have always wondered why some countries are so poor and others so rich. I had never known how a country calculates it wealth and what it does with its income, and this is something I’ve wanted to find out with determination. The UK is also an amazing place to learn economics because of the major economic headlines going on there and in the rest of Europe.
I am currently studying economics at A level and has been one of my favorite subjects since starting it at IGCSE. The part of economics that I enjoy the most is macroeconomics, because it gives such a good understanding on how the real world and governments operate. Different theories related to inflation, unemployment, international trade etc are used by governments across the world and it is a real honor and privilege to know that we are studying topics that are active in the real world.
Furthermore, I have also participated in many extracurricular activities. I was part of a delegation team that went to LUMS University to take part in the annual LUMS Model United Nations (LUMUN). This was a very different experience and it taught me a lot of skills that current economists and other employees need to have. Taking part in heated discussions and debates not only raised my communication skills but also helped me to work in a team with people I hadn’t met before the debates. Working in a team made me realize how important planning, organizing, coordinating with fellow members is to achieve a successful result. I had also overcome my nerves when speaking to a large audience. These characteristics are essential for business people, as they will be meeting different people from around the world, working as groups with people they don’t really know much about. So I believe that taking part in this Model United Nations had helped grow my character and I learnt quite a few of the skills a regular economist or business person needs to have. A similar MUN had taken place in our school, however this time I was in the organizing committee. The key skills I had learnt in organizing this event, was how to prepare the venue and try to get every task done at the proper time. Convincing people to join the event was a problem, since it was the first one in our school and it was a fun and entertaining task in persuading people to join and take part in the MUN. And because of this, a key skill that I had developed was how to negotiate.
Moreover, apart from Model United Nations, I have taken part in sports activities such as the school football team. Football and sports is a major interest in my life and develops team spirit and sportsmanship. These are also other important qualities which business people need to have. The good should be taken with the bad and we have to learn to accept defeat. I also played a fairly active role in the Student Council where we successfully arranged many different activities and events for the school such as, field trips, fun days etc. Participating in the Student Council taught me how to work with my fellow organizers to plan enjoyable events for the school. Moreover, I contributed in community service where I helped the primary grade children safely cross the road outside my school during mornings.
Travelling has also been one of my main hobbies. I love travelling to different parts of the world and experiencing new cultures, tastes and meeting different kinds of people. My other hobbies include going to the cinema, playing with friends etc.

I have furthermore managed to get an internship with Saudi Orix in Riyadh. That was a spectacular experience because I was able to get a real insight on how businesses operate. I had met various business people in the offices and they had given me good information and tips on how to work in a large business organization. Certainly the characteristics I had gained from that encounter, like, formalness at work, obeying orders and getting tasks done, will help in the field of economics and business.
Overall, I am a very committed student and have the desire to pursue a career in economics. The challenges that lie ahead in this field are substantial but I have the passion and determination to succeed and will try my level best to achieve that goal
btw there are paragraphs in this. idk why its not showing here.

John answers:

Delete this question.

UCAS has an online plagiarism detector. You would not want it to seem that you plagiarised your entire personal statement.

Jenny asks…

Important Factors which Help in Identifying the Best MBA College in Delhi?

A degree in Masters in Business Administration (MBA) is good only if it is from the best management institute that teaches the managerial brilliance and administrative cult to the students. However, with hundreds of MBA institutes coming up these days, it is not easy to identify the preeminent one. In Delhi itself, many MBA institutes have mushroomed in recent times. Some are online hubs while others are chic brick-n-mortar institutes. But, are they all worth the money you give for a good and coveted MBA degree? Here are some basic factors to help you in identifying the best MBA College in Delhi.

Reputation and Brand Image
You should choose the best MBA College in Delhi that has earned a name for itself. In other words, the management institute should have an image of its own, a reputation, and a powerful brand.

For instance, if you are looking for trade and related management, you would automatically think of Institute of Foreign Trade. If you are looking for honing your managerial skills in planning, you would naturally look forward to IIPM. Why is it so? – Primarily because, these institutes have build up a strong image for themselves. Their expertise in a particular sector has been highlighted so well in the market that youngsters don’t look anywhere but stick on to its name.

Core Education
To find out the best MBA College in Delhi, just check the teachers who impart managerial education in the college. Many management teachers have years of experience in the corporate sector. Some are erudite who have done years of research in management and corporate principles.

The mode of teaching and its standard are also equally important. A best MBA college in Delhi would ideally invite guest lecturers for a certain period of time. During this time, students can think of their queries and get them clarified by the same lecturer. One-session meeting often becomes a burden for the students.

Many institutes promote laborious learning of management. Some include only the superficial management rules. None of this work well in future as the students find these methods overwhelming to accept. Best MBA College in Delhi would seek students with certain amount of knowledge and acumen. Based on this standard, education should be carefully imparted to the students.

Campus Jobs
Getting a plum job that offers good pay and a satisfying work experience is a big factor that determines the best MBA College in Delhi. Placement jobs invited by the institutes must be equally reputed and branded company. Often, campus placement job is the first and last job of a student who has passed out from one of the best MBA Colleges in Delhi.

In few years time, many alma maters become future holder of a prestigious company.

Exposure
Apart from wonderful teachers, a best MBA college in Delhi should also have up-to-date infrastructure and environment to help the students imbibe managerial tips and tricks. In this IT age, no institute can be successful without computers and the Internet. Books, CDs, and workshops too, matter a lot while selecting the best MBA College in Delhi.

Price
To get something as wonderful as a coveted MBA degree, one has to naturally give out a lot of money for it. The truth is that the couple of years of teaching in a management institute come with a high fee structure as well. However, keep in mind that there are many institutes who are there in the market to fleece you with your investment but give you nothing much in return.

Don’t forget to ask students who have already studied in the MBA institute about the credentials of the faculty and learning that is imparted by it. Best MBA College in Delhi would clearly state how well its students have been fairing in the corporate world to help you make a clear decision right away.

John answers:

Is this really a question??

Mary asks…

Anyone please help meee…………..?

This, which I am writing about, may sound weird. But I hope you read it… and give me a help or advices…
I am an international student and came to US four years ago. I came here with great hope and ambition to be successful. Overcoming language barriers and adjusting in different culture was much harder than I had expected. But, I have studied really really hard. You know, I came here to succeed. And to succeed, I had to go to great college in US. Because getting job is extremely competitive in Korea, it became a culture that only people who graduated from prestigious colleges are welcomed. I studied and studied. In junior year, I solved more than 25 SAT books, bought a SAT vocabulary book called Wordsmart I+II (about 1650 words contained) and memorized the whole vocabs seven times. Just making 1650 flash cards took me four to five days. To do all these in junior year, I had been able to sleep only five hours a day. However, the hard work paid and I made 2110 in SAT and got accepted into UNC Chapel Hill. I was sooo happy and even happier when I thought about rewarding my parents for what they had done to me. They have invested in me so much although my dad earned a little only because they wanted me to succeed. My dad’s salary is $51,000 and $25,000 of it has been spent for me (Homestaying costs $20,000 and high school tuition is $5,000) and $18,000 for my sister who is planning to go to college in Korea. So they only have $8,000 a year to keep them from going to debt. Or they already are in debt and just keeping the truth from me. The older I got, the more I felt sorry for my parents. Only because of me, they have to be restrained from eating delicious food, wearing nice clothes, going to vacation, etc. And this was all because of me who did not give them a penny to help! Thinking about this always broke my heart and I have been waiting so long to go to college quickly and get a job to reward my parents. However… there is the problem. The cost for attending UNC for international students is too high for my family to pay. It is $40,000 and they do not give me any financial aid… So I applied other 21 colleges to get financial aid and I got rejected from 18 colleges and got into waiting list for the other 3 colleges. It was a shock. I could apply to other less prestigious colleges with financial aid, but if I do that, I won’t be successful in Korea. So I didn’t apply and decided my mind to go to UNC. But now,,, because of my decision, my mom quit her community service in her church and started to work. Moreover, my family is now going to debt to pay for my education. I am the one who caused this tragedy but I couldn’t help it. There is a chance that I can apply to a random college and get financial aid but I want to succeed and reward my parents big! It is so frustrating and nowadays, I think I wasted my four years for nothing but ruining my family. I’ve already searched internet and tried to get scholarships, but they are either reluctant to give any scholarship to foreign students or provide only a little amount of money (about $1,000-2,000) which I had applied and haven’t heard anything from. So… what I want to ask you is that… can you help me paying for tuition for UNC either by money or giving me a way to get any money… I know it’s really vague but if you do so, I will pay you back as soon as possible or with even more money or times that money if I can afford. You can sue me if I don’t keep the promise… Help me once… consider me as a promising company and you are investing in it. I understand if you think I am a dumb or maniac because I would think so if I were you. But I am contemplating hard to write this, dreaming that I might get any help…. My dream is to be a fund manager specializing in international trade and I really do have a confidence that I can be successful. Please help………………………. Please please. My source of thinking and acting all come from my family. I will never give up or failing to succeed because both my source and my goal is my family. I may give up myself but not my family. That’s how I’m moving and that’s how I made 2110 in SAT after three years of studying English. Please help… Here is my email address if you need. ddururum@naver.com

John answers:

I sympathize with your plight. I had to work my way through three university degrees. I took out loans to get my Juris Doctorate. I am still paying those off. I have six children that I have not helped with their college work. They have to pay their own way, just like me. If I can’t pay for them, I certainly cannot pay for others.
My suggestion to you is to go to work and earn what you need to get through school.
Best wishes.

William asks…

Please help me…. please please?

This, which I am writing about, may sound weird. But I hope you read it… and give me a help or advices…
I am an international student and came to US four years ago. I came here with great hope and ambition to be successful. Overcoming language barriers and adjusting in different culture was much harder than I had expected. But, I have studied really really hard. You know, I came here to succeed. And to succeed, I had to go to great college in US. Because getting job is extremely competitive in Korea, it became a culture that only people who graduated from prestigious colleges are welcomed. I studied and studied. In junior year, I solved more than 25 SAT books, bought a SAT vocabulary book called Wordsmart I+II (about 1650 words contained) and memorized the whole vocabs seven times. Just making 1650 flash cards took me four to five days. To do all these in junior year, I had been able to sleep only five hours a day. However, the hard work paid and I made 2110 in SAT and got accepted into UNC Chapel Hill. I was sooo happy and even happier when I thought about rewarding my parents for what they had done to me. They have invested in me so much although my dad earned a little only because they wanted me to succeed. My dad’s salary is $51,000 and $25,000 of it has been spent for me (Homestaying costs $20,000 and high school tuition is $5,000) and $18,000 for my sister who is planning to go to college in Korea. So they only have $8,000 a year to keep them from going to debt. Or they already are in debt and just keeping the truth from me. The older I got, the more I felt sorry for my parents. Only because of me, they have to be restrained from eating delicious food, wearing nice clothes, going to vacation, etc. And this was all because of me who did not give them a penny to help! Thinking about this always broke my heart and I have been waiting so long to go to college quickly and get a job to reward my parents. However… there is the problem. The cost for attending UNC for international students is too high for my family to pay. It is $40,000 and they do not give me any financial aid… So I applied other 21 colleges to get financial aid and I got rejected from 18 colleges and got into waiting list for the other 3 colleges. It was a shock. I could apply to other less prestigious colleges with financial aid, but if I do that, I won’t be successful in Korea. So I didn’t apply and decided my mind to go to UNC. But now,,, because of my decision, my mom quit her community service in her church and started to work. Moreover, my family is now going to debt to pay for my education. I am the one who caused this tragedy but I couldn’t help it. There is a chance that I can apply to a random college and get financial aid but I want to succeed and reward my parents big! It is so frustrating and nowadays, I think I wasted my four years for nothing but ruining my family. I’ve already searched internet and tried to get scholarships, but they are either reluctant to give any scholarship to foreign students or provide only a little amount of money (about $1,000-2,000) which I had applied and haven’t heard anything from. So… what I want to ask you is that… can you help me paying for tuition for UNC either by money or giving me a way to get any money… I know it’s really vague but if you do so, I will pay you back as soon as possible or with even more money or times that money if I can afford. You can sue me if I don’t keep the promise… Help me once… consider me as a promising company and you are investing in it. I understand if you think I am a dumb or maniac because I would think so if I were you. But I am contemplating hard to write this, dreaming that I might get any help…. My dream is to be a fund manager specializing in international trade and I really do have a confidence that I can be successful. Please help………………………. Please please. My source of thinking and acting all come from my family. I will never give up or failing to succeed because both my source and my goal is my family. I may give up myself but not my family. That’s how I’m moving and that’s how I made 2110 in SAT after three years of studying English. Please help… Here is my email address if you need. ddururum@naver.com

John answers:

Wow, if I were rich, I would write you a check for the full amount after reading that story. =( You seem very determined – a lot more so than many American teens entering college at the same time, and it is sad that finances are what is getting in your way.

The main thing that I can recommend to you is to graciously accept the gift that your parents are giving you, and push yourself to reach your full potential with it. They want you to succeed as much as you do, and to be able to see you do so is worth every second of hardship to them. They love you, and they want you to get a good education and find a high paying job so that you too can go on to live a fruitful life.

Do well at UNC and graduate with honors if possible. Apply for scholarships after your first year and every year after and show them you have what it takes. Do services for the University and get to know your professors – this can help you greatly and can increase the chances of the school giving you aid.

In addition, if your visa allows for it, try to find a job on campus or in the area of your current residence. If you can work full time during the summer, you’ll make a decent-sized dent in your housing costs at the very least. During the school year, take a part time job (Full time jobs during the school year are academic suicide), and do occasional volunteer work for the college on your spare time while getting to know the people who work behind the scenes there. This will increase your chances of being offered some of the higher paying positions as the students occupying them currently graduate and vacate them. Some of these positions which are considered important to the college might even include a tuition cut and/or free meals/housing.

If the university offers Korean studies as a course of study, offer to tutor others in it for pay if the school employs student tutors.

Take part in a hobby or activity that you can do well and work to perfect it to the point where others will pay you to see it, be it writing, acting, music playing, or something cultural. Anything to pick up a bit of extra cash, which can be used for food or other necessities.

Finally, try to find an internship if your Visa allows for it. This will help you to gain the skills to succeed in the job market when you graduate and pick up some cash.

You’re going to go far; I just know it! Go live your dreams and make your parents proud! 🙂

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