5 Common Misconceptions About Teenagers

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From the teen chick flicks of the 80s to the more modern classic movies, teenagers have been traditionally portrayed in a clichéd way. If you do a bit of research you will be overwhelmed by the crass misinterpretations of teen behavior; more myth than what is recorded on ancient Indian Gods and their acts of gallantry! In a nutshell, we …

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10 Myths About Tuitions

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Board exams, term end exams, and of course, the notorious entrance exams – with all of these hurdles being placed for students’ to jump over, it isn’t surprising that the question of tuition teachers is oft asked. 1 – Everyday Tuitions Are a Necessity: False! Every student is different in terms of studying pace, learning style, regularity, and focus. You …

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10 Smart Ways to Prepare for the International Math Olympiad (IMO)

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It is that time of the year again. The International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) is just around the corner. Everybody knows the IMO is a real tough nut to crack. Like all other competitive exams this one is also going to hit you hard but with the right methods and attitude you will be able to crack this nut with ease. …

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Vedantu Celebrates 1Lac hrs of Live Online Learning

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It all starts with a vision Two years back – with a big vision, a small team in Bangalore had taken it’s first steps. Vision was to democratize learning by connecting a student anywhere in world with a great teacher and make learning a highly personalized experience. We dreamt about a self learning world free from institutional boundaries – a …

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7 Study Tips to Crack the Exams

You probably found this article because you were procrastinating on studying for your exams, and you’re just trying to find a way to make it easier. That’s okay – your secret is safe with us. Let’s face it – no one really likes preparing for exams, but that doesn’t change the fact that everyone has to do it. Actually, studying …

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Do you think Online live tuition is the next big thing?

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Kota, an otherwise dull town in Rajasthan, is best known for two things – JEE coaching and the high suicide rate of youngsters studying in the coaching institutes there. But that’s set to change. The Government of India is encouraging technology in all the fields, including education. With the rising of EdTech in India, we are sure it will cater …

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Content Sharing Reimagined @ Vedantu

Learning is a lifelong process. For most of us who believe in formal schooling and supplementary education, learning can never be completed without assessment. For enabling great learning, periodic assessment  is equally important. If we can pinpoint to the strong and weak areas of a student, customizing a study plan to suit his/her needs becomes much easier. We at Vedantu, …

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Take up a sport and be a sport!

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Sportsmanship is an expression of seeking to excel. We all have been through the phase in school when our Physical Education Teacher told us that we must also focus on sports, apart from studies. But how many of us took him seriously? By not paying attention to such advice, today our adults suffer illnesses that they could have summarily avoided …

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Digital Marketing in EdTech

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    What is digital marketing? Digital Marketing is a process of integrating various online marketing channels to attract, engage and convert customers on the web. Some of the major online marketing channels such as SEO (search engine optimization), SEM (search engine marketing) and Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.) are being used by brands to connect with potential customers and …

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Can Video Games Improve Learning?

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When we talk about the video games, an image of couch potatoes, teenage quarrels, scolding and a lot of crazy activities come to our mind. For most of the people, the video gaming hampers the brain growth of the children and make them less attentive and lazy. Has anyone ever thought of the positive side of it? It can be a real trailblazing …

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