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  • Learn more about Prince Edward Island (PEI) Canada’s smallest province

    Prince Edward Island, also commonly referred to as “the Island” by the native population, is the smallest as well as the most densely populated among the 10 Canadian provinces. PEI is located on the east coast of North America. When considered collectively, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island together form the Maritime Provinces… Read More »

    Sep 28, 2020
  • Canada welcomes IT workers

    Talent, specifically tech talent, is more than welcome in Canada. In view of the high requirement for tech talent in the country, the Canadian government has indeed gone out of its way to making a concerted effort at attracting more tech workers to the country. Nearly 100 skilled worker pathways are available for tech workers… Read More »

    Sep 24, 2020
  • Tips to tackle the retell lecture in PTE speaking section

    The retell lecture comes under the speaking task during the PTE academic exam. Your listening as well as PTE speaking abilities will be checked by this question form. This task is challenging for the majority of students since it tests your overall speaking skills and speed to respond to the lecture within 10 seconds. In… Read More »

    Sep 24, 2020
  • Immigrants comprise a quarter of the UK’s top earners

    According to research conducted by the University of Warwick, immigrants comprise a quarter of the UK’s top earners. According to data in the research study, 525,000 people in the top 1% are earning more than 128,000 pounds a year. Out of this 24% arrived in the UK as immigrants. The lead author of the research… Read More »

    Sep 24, 2020
  • 3 ways the GRE computer test can work in your favor

    We all know that the GRE test is taken through a computer. This can be a challenge for some test takers owing to the necessity to spend four hours straight staring at the computer or the inconvenience of not being able to mark the reading comprehension passages. But there are positive aspects of taking the… Read More »

    Sep 23, 2020
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