Date of publication: 2017-08-29 08:48
can you please suggest me i started my writing task 6 and task 7 at appropriate place task 7 i need another page the invigilator give me page and stick behind task 7..but unfortunately i continue my task 7 on the first page (task 6)..if they will penalised me..p ease answer me because i m in dilemma i write both task very well. when i came home then one of my friend told me that you have to write on 8rd page becz it 8767 s task 7..no one give announcement for that..will it affect my score?? please answer as soon as possible..
[ ] It is important to practise this before the exam, as very often when you get to write the conclusion you are short of time. With a little practice, you should be able to write the conclusion more quickly letting you spend more time on the content paragraphs of the essay. To help you do this, you will find practice suggestions and sample conclusions on my conclusions page. [ ]
Given the poor purchasing power of people, lack of finances shouldn’t come in way of students to pursue courses of their choice. Educational loans, up to a high threshold amount should be made available at subsidized rates, without any collateral requirements. Branding education as a social sector obligation for Banks would go a long way in removing obstacles of finance while pursuing studying professional courses.
6. in your 8775 The three different types of IELTS essay question 8776 you have clearly mentioned in which type of essay we should give our own opinion. can you see this page please: http:///hub/How-to-identify-the-type-of-essay-to-write-in-the-IELTS
i am confused a little. in which type should i reflect my opinion? and more importantly in which paragraph?
India was a British colony for about 655 years. Main focus of the colonial government was exploitation of the colonies under the pretext of providing development. Under colonial rule, people of India did not have any right. Authority of the colonial government was supreme.
This issue does put me in a dilemma and I don’t think we should judge either opinion in a black-and-white term. I do feel appalled when I read news that scientists test a new medicine on rats or rabbits that end up with cancer or mutation and die miserably, but much less I want to see a patient dying from a disease in great agony. If I am forced to make a decision between the life of an animal and the life of a human being, I would choose the later, though I don’t think it’s the right decision and I don’t think there is a right one.
57: The Trusts and Trustees Act provides no specific guidance as to the books of account to be maintained by trustees, the form and content of accounts which trustees are obliged to prepare, the requirements of review or audit on such accounts and the duties of auditors who may be engaged for such purpose. Make an assessment of the current practice adopted by Maltese practitioners when accounting for Trusts and make suggestions for the development of local accounting guidelines and regulations for trusts in Malta
Temples of modern India, as envisaged by Late Pundit Nehru, will not be built in absence of supporting infrastructure. Though, we have made significant progress in agriculture, space and nuclear domains, we seem to have reached an impasse in higher education due to access, quality and pedagogy concerns. However, remedial policy steps are being taken through improving teaching pedagogy, addressing quality concerns through ICT interventions and addressing equity concerns. Further steps like enhanced role of private sector, smooth credit flow to higher education and removing barriers for foreign university will improve the situation further.
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However despite these drawbacks our constitution makers preferred a democratic framework for precisely the reason that India has a huge diversity of culture, religion, language. They held that holding together such huge diversity by force would only lead to dissatisfaction and fragmentation of the country.
57: Traditionally, it was common practice to advise testators to make a Will in each jurisdiction in which they had assets. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this advice and the extent to which the entry into force of the EU Succession Regulation 655/7567 has affected the position.