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Whether you are a foreign student or a native speaker, English skills can always be improved. There are many tried and true tips for learning English. These are five English tips that are often taught to the foreign language speakers coming into English. These tips not only help learn English, but they are also tips

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Practice always helps to improve our score and confidence as well, for every type of competition. So, here are some interesting puzzles that are asked in most of the interviews. Try to solve it and enjoy it.

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Shared by a candidate.. My interview was in board 2 on 6th January at SSC(nr) office. after document verification my turn came at  3 pm (11:30 batch). there were 3 members in the board including a lady. After entering the room they asked me to sign against my name .but i have left my pen...

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Once the results of ssc cgl Tier-2 comes out, interviews will begin in less than a months time. In continuation to the previous article about ssc cgl interview tips, some general points which are to be taken care-of during interview are mentioned here.. Read previous article here. In SSC you can choose to speak either.

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There is no substitute for hard work and intense practice. To improve speed of solving math problems one must work and practice very much. However there are some points which are noteworthy in respect to all upcoming exams like CGL-14 tier-1 and tier 2 , IBPS, IB and all other exams. How to improve Speed.

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Answer: D) 16 days Explanation: The analogy here is like this: Veeru has 20 lt of petrol and he uses 1 lt per each day and consumes it in 20 days. If he uses 1.25 lt every day, in how many days it will be consumed?We considered 1.25 lt here because it’s 25% more than 1 lt. The answer would be  20/1.25=16 days.

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Answer: B) Maximize the current value per share of the existing stock Explanation: The primary goals of financial management dwell on both short-term and long-term activities that seek to maximize value creation from scarce financial resources. And then the primary goal of financial management is to Maximize the current value per share of the existing stock.   All businesses aim to maximize their profits, minimize their expenses and maximize their market share. Here is a look at each of these goals.   Financial management is a process that enables a business to plan, direct, organize, monitor and control its current and future financial resources and events. It involves applying the basic principles of management in financial activities such as purchases, sales, capital expansion, inventory valuation, financial reporting, and profit distribution.

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