Exam Stress- Needs to be Handled Smartly

Exam stress acts as a negative aspect that blocks one’s creativity as well as slows down the proficiency level. To tackle this hassle, students must take suitable measures at the right time. In this regard, experienced academicians help them in developing a good study routine that can keep this mental anxiety away. However, a healthy lifestyle and a constructive study plan are valuable to handle this stress. Some more points to tackle this unfavourable stress are discussed here. Maintain a right sequence of learning: Students must follow a right pattern of learning as this habit keeps them engaged and also allows them to learn something in a constructive manner. First reading and then writing the answers are two consecutive activities that make each learning process complete. Besides, students must follow a revision session for each chapter. Turn your problem areas … Continue reading

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Manage Your Time to Excel in Exams

Time management skill is an important factor that allows students to complete each question paper on time. It gives students enough confidence that he can solve a question within a short span of time. However, to sharpen this skill, students must solve a good number of practice materials designed for all subjects. It is said that a student with good time management skill can easily excel in his exams. He can start with a right question and can complete the entire question paper in a right manner. Moreover, this skill is highly required to sit for any competitive exam. Here are some points that can help students in managing their time. Schedule all tasks: Keep time for each task and try to complete that within the specified time frame. Thus, students can easily avoid unnecessary tension and develop a positive … Continue reading

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Thorne–Żytkow Object (TZO) – A star within a star

Thorne-Żytkow Tzo

When we were kids, we had no clue how stars were born. There were many ideas, some of which now seem inane in retrospect, but the actual process was unknown. If you’re thinking that a star gobbling up another star doesn’t make sense, this article will make you change your mind. Let us just understand what happens in the life of a huge star (> 10 times solar mass). A giant star starts generating energy by fusing hydrogen atoms to form Helium. This, however, takes millions of years to happen. The Helium core formed, will then try to fuse Helium atoms to form Beryllium because of the high temperature of the core. The star becomes a red supergiant. In the subsequent millions of years, a series of nuclear reactions take place forming different cores which would lead to an iron … Continue reading

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The AuthaGraph – The Most accurate World Map

AuthaGraph

The name AuthaGraph is from authalic and graph which was invented by Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa in the year 1999. AuthaGraph is a rectangular world map made by an equal division of a spherical surface into 96 triangles, transferring it to a tetrahedron while maintaining the area proportions and unfolding it to be a rectangle. There was no perfect resolution in representing a spherical image on a rectangular piece of paper. In its long history, Mercator projection is one such previous art which fits in a rectangle and has been familiar for 440 years, since it has guided explorers to the new world. Thus existing maps contain distortion when transforming an entire sphere to a rectangle; they are unable to fit the outline in a rectangle without gaps, therefore, called mechanical vignetting. The proposed AuthaGraph map was developed by multi-layers of projections via a tetrahedron. By this method, it is able to transform an entire … Continue reading

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Angkor Wat, The World’s Largest Religious Monument

Angkor wat

Have you heard of religions sharing shrines? Well, it happened once in Cambodia. Angkor Wat was first a Hindu religion temple and then later was turned into a Buddhist temple. Angkor Wat is a sight to behold, merely admiring Angkor Wat for its beauty is not enough. Angkor Wat is the largest and most magnificent of the one hundred temples that survive from the ancient city of Angkor, Cambodia. It was constructed at the peak of Khmer power to glorify both King Suryavarman II and Vishnu, the Hindu god with whom he was identified. Angkor wat is regarded as the pinnacle of Khmer architecture. Angkor Wat was built using five million tons of sandstone and is guarded by lion statues. It features the Churning of the Ocean of Milk. It features bas-reliefs that proceed in counterclockwise order It is located … Continue reading

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Carolina Reaper, the hottest chili in the world

Carolina Reaper, hottest chili

Did you know what Carolina Reaper is? The Carolina Reaper is officially the hottest pepper in the world, according to Guinness World Records as of 2013. Eyes rolling to the back of your head hot, that’s how hot a Carolina Reaper is. It was bred by Ed Currie, who runs the Pucker Butt Pepper the Company in Fort Mill, South Carolina. The pepper is a crossbreed between a ghost pepper and a red habanero pepper. The pepper’s heat is a melting 1,569,300 on the Scoville scale of Scoville Heat Units (SHU). On 07 August 2013, the Carolina Reaper was officially named the world’s hottest chili by Guinness world records, with individual peppers rating over 2.2 million Scoville Heat units (SHUs). Basically, a chili is the fruit of the plant genus “Capsicum“, which protects the seeds. The Carolina Reaper comes from the Capsicum Chinese species of chili pepper. The placenta … Continue reading

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