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What are the best travel hacks?
Always roll your clothes, don't fold them. You'll find a world of space.Don't carry more clothes than you need. Keep it to a bare minimum.Use the app called Showaround. It's of immense help if you'd like to explore.Don't carry large amounts of cash. Credit/Debit cards are safer. In case you get mugged, you can always contact your card service provider.Try to carry as little luggage as possible. You want to enjoy traveling, not have back pain.If your devices have removable batteries, carry 2–4 extra fully charged batteries with you.Don't use hotels, use airbnb, or find places of worship that are open 24 hours. People are always welcome there.Try to be as close to the airports as possible. You can buy fully refundable first class tickets, eat from the lounge, and refund your ticket. It's unethical I know, don't bash me.Don’t wear sports shoes. Wear shoes that are more rugged.If you want to exchange your currency, visit as many exchanges as possible. Chances are you'll get a much better rate.Google things that identify you as a foreigner. Try your best to blend in. You'll be safer that way.Find dollar stores. You can get all your basic necessities there for a dollar or less.Eat more greens if you are constantly traveling within the country. You don't want an upset stomach.Download offline Google map of the area your visiting. Save your staying place as “Home.” You'll never get lost.Keep one of those old school Nokia phones with you. You never know when you'll run out of charge.Dont use Uber or Lyft. Walk distances that are less than 5 km. You'll get your exercise done too.Carry pepper spray with you. Once you use it, you'll know how helpful it is.Save your water bottles. You can always refill them in hospitals.If you want to eat at restaurants, visit during closing time. Prices are half then.Dont waste money on deodorants. Use vinegar.Always carry a pocket knife and a lighter. In airports, make sure they are not in your hand luggage.Use devices with higher internal memory. Sometimes you lose SD cards.People forget how important a pen is. Always carry 2 ball point pens with you. It can even serve as a defensive weapon.Stuff all your cables and small accessories inside your socks. That way you'll never lose them.Try your best to keep your expensive belongings in your hand luggage. You never know when the airport might lose your baggage.Keep scanned copies of your identity cards and passport in your email.If you can, try finding fellow travellers to the same destination. Sharing costs always helps.Don't book one way tickets. Take the longest transit stops possible, that way you can get cheaper tickets.
How can I prepare my English for a banking exam?
9Good QuestionThis question is good bcz there is a lot of peoples who have suffer from this problem. In bank exams the cut off of English is quite low, yet almost 60% people failed here in English section only, why?, this is a big problem but luckily I have a solution for this problem which break hurdles of your path easily with minimal efforts. So, first take a look of the whole syllabus of English which is asked in banks examsRC, Spot the Error, Fillers, Cloze test, Sentence Arrangement.This is short look of the pattern of asking questions in Bank’s papers. I wood tell you here what should you do to get through this. Here are some important things which you should do for boosting your numbers in English section especially.Problems :1.Grammar : You read this or not, it doesn’t matter in bank exams. Anyone who has a little bit of understanding of english only as a language, can do its questions when it comes in D-day, but the only point is he/she had a general Idea about solving question which varied from person to person. If you’re the aspirant of SSC then you have to know about grammar little bit more but if you’re a aspirant of banking exams then it doesn’t matter more. Anyway, if someone amongst you want to read Grammar then don’t use too many books for Grammar, if you want you can use this book SHINE BOOK but even if you not take this then also its not harm you bcz this book contained some rarest SSC level grammar rules which can also helpful for you in your understanding of the subject a bit more.2. Word Power : It is the key for your success, How?, I would tell you here. Fillers, Cloze test will create almost 99% questions based on word power bcz if you know the importance of any word as well as their meanings then you can use to it in fillers and Cloze test. Honestly 100% questions you can do it only through this even if 40 % question RC will be based on word power. How you built it, I would tell you later.3. 60% RC : It will covered from your understanding. Suppose anyone who had a sufficient knowledge of English can read a passage and knew easily about central Idea which is only 10% of RC but what about the other 50%. Therefore you have to understand this from your own. So, How would you acheive it, I would tell you later.4. ABCDE : You’ve a question in front of you which carry 5 Questions and the funny part is if you solved it only once then you can score 5 marks easily may be in 2 minutes but there are two main problems which hardly thinks by anyone, which is Understanding and Reading speed. If you reading with speed, you hardly understand the topic and vice versa.Solution :Read a English newspaper daily. This is the panacea for you, How?, I would tell you here and all we talked about the role of Newspaper in many areas in English sections.If you read a newspaper your reading speed will grow. After reading it regularly your understanding power will grow. If you found some words new for you and if you google it then your word power also grow. In a nutshell, your overall knowledge will grow. Now the question is how someone read a newspaper who has never read it before for a competitive purpose, Don’t worry I would tell also this to you here.Whenever you reading a newspaper, first read the content of any article and then translare it in your own language as it is. For Example : If you belong to Orissa then first read it in English and then translate it in Odia, similarly, hindi, urdu or any other language you prefer. don’t think about the time, select only one article and finish it patiently by taking time. Read only one paragraph in a day but finsh it like that if someone ask anything about you from that article may be in moulded form, you can answered about it effectively, bcz if you read like that you can solve Rc, Cloze test, Filler & sentence arrangement in 100% while in the case of spot error only 60% in which you can understand the error through your understanding part.Smart study : The articles or pages you choose from a newspaper choose it by filtering other news other than Financial awareness or business part because the article or topic you are reading may be comes in your mains.If you do this whatever I would tell you here then you can first got improvement in yourself about reading things as well as word power. By this you can start to linking words in sentences which will help you in spot errors and filler sections and after linking sentences you can actually improve your sentence arrangement areas. If you can understand it whatever I say here and you used to it the I bet you, your english will be improved after giving some if your time.Tips 1. Don’t afraid of English, treat it just like anyother language.Tips 2. Attempt all questions of English in prelims as well as mains bcz here you easily score more with a good knowledge of wordpower.If you still wants to clear some queries then ask it on my fb or insta profile. I’ll promise you to answered your querry within first 24 hours, I have already solved 100+ people queries related to various competitive exams like UPSC/SSC & of courses of Bank exams as well through fb & instagram, whenever they ask.Best of luck…!!!
How can  I study  to become  a bank po?
As per the tentative schedule published on the official website, Indian Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will conduct the preliminary exam for recruitment of probationary officers (PO) in the month of October.This leaves roughly six months for banking job aspirants to prepare for the exam. While it's not necessary that you begin preparation for IBPS PO exactly six months prior to the exam but it will definitely give you ample to go over all the topics and revise. In this article we will discuss the strategy aspirants should adopt right now in order to ensure a good score in the IBPS PO preliminary and main exam.IBPS PO Preliminary and Main combined, there are total five sections in the IBPS PO exam - English Comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, Banking Awareness and General Knowledge, and Computer Awareness. Six months are fairly enough to be completely prepared for both Preliminary and Main exam.1st and 2nd monthMake a section-wise list of all the topics from which questions may be asked. Start with the ones you find the toughest or have never heard of before. Devote one hour on each section. In case of Banking Awareness and GK, and Computer Awareness, half an hour a day is enough. Refer only school textbooks and normal exercise books to learn the fundamental concepts.3rd and 4th monthBy now you would have gone through every topic on your list. Now you need to begin focused preparation. Buy a preparation book for bank exams and start solving questions topic-wise. Again an hour a day should be enough. You should follow preparation books because the questions asked in the exam are a tad bit different than the ones which are mentioned in school textbooks. Also focus on learning shortcut tricks for solving lengthy problems.5th and 6th monthIn the last two months, I suggest you sign up for online speed test and solve at least one paper in a day. Don't just solve preliminary speed test but also speed tests designed for Main exam. Solving speed tests would help you identify your problem areas and you can work on them. Speed tests would also get in the gear for online exam and benefit you on the exam day.This schedule (even with a little variation) would allow you to cover every topic including revision and give you an edge over other candidates appearing in the exam.Books for Banking ExamFor IBPS PO i am giving you a small sum of books that will help you for upcoming exams.QUANT:Paramount By Neetu singh (both vol 1 and vol 2).DI: Arhihant + BSC magazine problem.Reasoning:Buy arhihant publication book for general practice.BSC Publication Magazine problems for practice.For Puzzle- Magical Book on PUZZLES by K Kundan.ENGLISH:Reading Reading and Reading, no book will help you unless you start reading and make summary that will help in descriptiveVocab building and revise them regularly.Hindu paper/Indian express/TOINote: No need of book for english. News paper enough.General Awareness:Bankers Adda/Gk today daily affairs don’t read them write them in your daily notes.For quick reading leadthecompetition.comFor quiz App: Daily GKIf you are done with these above three areas, you are done with GA. No need to go for GK tornedo, Capsule, Injection, Golden points etc. ☺BANKING:RBI FAQ ( Frequently Asked Questions)Dhankar publication book for general banking.Make notes from History of banking, years of establishment, Acts, Nationalization, recent developments, committees.Previous exam questions of banking.COMPUTER:Lucent + Arhihant book read them twice will take 15 days to read both twice.Mock Tests:Start with Bankersadda and then after getting proper level join Practice mock and Oliveboard.TIPS:Join Facebook groups to understand pattern and competitionPractice as much as mock u can don’t wait for syllabus to complete.Keep cut off,Types of questions in mind.Don’t Mug up things understanding things well that will help you in life.Don’t compare ever, stay positive, confident, happy.Dont go for bulk materials, books follow the above things these are quite enough to crack u dont need to do phd in quanta/reso. We are here to crack exam. Thats all
What if someone claims that she entered the US 23 years ago, but the system won't show it? Will it affect his immigrant application?
Will it affect the application? Yes. Will it preclude it? No.The individual in question will have to resolve the discrepancy between his or her claim with the records held by the US government. Discrepancies occur all the time, when they arise, they get sorted out by an adjudicator, who applies specific evidentiary standards to determine what the truth most likely is in the specific instance.Providing a more specific answer to this particular question is somewhat difficult because I am at a loss why a person applying to immigrate would claim to have entered the United States 23 years ago when USCIS has no record of that entry. It is not in the interest of a person seeking an immigrant visa to assert that he or she made an unrecorded entry to the United States at some past date. That creates a presumption that the person has a past history of unlawful presence. Unlawful presence more than 10 years in the past is usually not a bar to immigration, but the adjudicator of the individual’s petition is going to have to determine, in order to be convinced of the individual’s admissibility, when and how the applicant entered the United States, and when and how he or she left, this may be difficult if there are no records of any of these matters.There are a number of ways that someone could have legally entered the US in 1995 without USCIS being able to today find a record of that entry. INS recordkeeping in the 1990s was a lot sloppier than it is now. Most of those records were on paper. Not all of the paper from that era has been digitally transcribed yet, and some of it has been lost, misplaced, or inadvertently destroyed in the intervening decades. It is very possible that INS did record the entry and then lost the record. This is especially true for entrants from Visa Waiver Program countries, as there was no ESTA program in 1995, and visa waiver entrants usually merely filled out a brief form at the border which INS just stuffed into a file cabinet somewhere. These forms were often lost, and even more often found to be unreadable. In this situation, the adjudicator may consider alternative evidence of the means and purpose of entry. Stamps in an old passport are obviously useful. Things like airline tickets or travel agent itineraries can also be used. (There’s a reason one is advised to save such things.)
I just found out that I had a twin and we were left outside to die. How can I search for her if there were no hospital records?
I’d recommend doing the Ancestry's DNA test and posting the results for starters, as they may be looking for you. The DNA will give you, your real family tree and many times, somebody in the family knows what really happened.When a set of twins is left outside to die, this generates a lot of public buzz. It would have made the newspaper and left a paper trail in police/fire logs or a billing entry in a hospital’s ledger.Once you have that then look for names in the reports and see what they remember about the case. What I’ve learned is that many times the investigators know more than what is in the actual report.Several times in the past, I’ve seen a child’s grandparents watch the children grow up from a distance, so that could be a good angle to pursue.Hope this helps!Good Luck!
What was it like when you were reunited with the child you put up for adoption?
I have also chosen to go anonymous to answer this question.I got pregnant the second time I ever had sex.I was 14 years old.I came from a “good” family, and had good grades and lots of friends. Sex was something I thought you did to keep a boyfriend, I certainly didn't enjoy it back then - there wasn't much to it. I didn’t know anything about birth control and even if I did, I sure wouldn’t have known how to get it back then and this was well before the days of Plan B.I had a feeling fairly quickly that something was amiss - so my two best girlfriends and I played hooky from school and took the bus to a nearby city to a Planned Parenthood office to take a pregnancy test. I remember us joking and laughing in the waiting area until the nurse came to get me. She took me into a private room and talked to me about my options - I could keep the baby if my family was willing to help me (I was too young to apply for any kind of government assistance), I could have an abortion, or I could give the baby up for adoption.The first was out. I knew there was no way my family would allow me to keep a baby being so young myself and my mother would be very worried about what other people thought, but I didn’t feel right about having an abortion so I chose to have the baby and surrender.My mother was enraged when I told her my decision - I’m sure partly with concern for how difficult it would likely be for me, but she also couldn’t handle the stigma of having a pregnant teenaged daughter. My dad told me that whatever choice I made, he would support me. I found a maternity home about an hour away and my parents shipped me off there around my 15th birthday. Luckily, I would up with a very compassionate ob/gyn who took exceptional care of me and treated me with kindness and respect.When my son was born after a very long, difficult labor, he immediately put him in my arms as I had asked. I had 6 days to feed and hold and love my son before the provincial papers to surrender were signed. On that day, my parents came up to get me (and my mother probably wanted to make sure I didn’t change my mind) I loved my son with every part of my being, but I could see no way to care for him and give him the life I felt he deserved. I signed the papers.It was a closed adoption, so though I was allowed to name him, I knew his name would likely be changed. I wrote a letter to him and another one to his adoptive parents and hoped one day they would let him read them. Just like the other poster (so far) on this question, I never stopped thinking about him and also struggled with the heartbreak and depression of the loss. I spent most of my high school years numbing myself with booze and pot, but I remained a good student, so most people didn’t see how deeply distraught I was.From the day I surrendered him, I began counting down the years until I could try to see him again. I felt that I would wait until he was 18 before I registered with the provincial registry as they would only give me non-identifying information before then. I did register on his 18th birthday but he hadn’t yet registered and I wondered if he knew about me or ever wanted to meet me. When my family mentioned it at all, it was generally to remind me not to “intrude” on his life. I was expected to get on with my life and forget about him and though I became very successful in my career, I never married and never had any other children.Eventually, by the time he was in his very early 20’s, the province that I live in opened up their records so that birth families and adoptees could find each other more easily. I could now access his identifying his information if I wanted to, but he could chose to veto my search if he wanted to. He didn’t. I was able to find him very quickly when the paper work finally arrived. By then I had the internet to make my search easier.I finally worked up the courage to call him one Saturday afternoon. I gently explained who I was and who I believed him to be. He was overwhelmed and seemed very happy to hear from me. I fell to my knees on my floor just to speak to him. It was the most emotional experience of my life. We talked for a few hours and then I wrote him a letter to fill him in a little more on the missing pieces. That same night, his mom called me to introduce herself and, most wonderfully of all, to welcome me to the family. She had raised our son to know he was adopted, and always promised him that if he ever wanted to find me that she would support him and help him.She told me all about him - funny little details about his childhood and his pets and his friends. It was incredibly touching to have her support and it made our reunion so much easier for everyone. I met with her first, along with her daughter (my son’s younger sister). Perhaps they wanted to size me up first, but I really didn’t mind. On that first meeting they gave me a photo album crammed with pictures of my son throughout his life. It was an incredible gift.Finally, a few weeks later I drove to the city where my son lived - the same city I surrendered him in. He and his mom met me for dinner. I was so nervous and so was he. She was funny and warm and made it a little easier. The three of us spent the evening together getting to know one another. At the end of the evening, when I got out of the car in front of the hotel I was staying in, my son jumped out and hugged me. It was magic. I felt I had waited my whole life to hold him in my arms again. He was just over 7 pounds when I said good bye, he was a grown man when I held him again. It was beyond anything I had ever experienced or could accurately describe.The next evening just he and I went out. He showed me the letter I had written to him the night before I surrendered him as a baby. His parents had given it to him when he was 15 and he kept it safely pressed in a book since then. I told him I was sorry if I caused him any pain by surrendering him, but that I felt I had no other choice and I wanted the best for him. He said he understood and that he had a good life and knew he was loved by his family, but also by me, that he understood how much I must have loved him to have let him go.Since then, we’ve just continued to grow our relationship. His mom and sister now live in the city I live in, and we see each other as often as our schedules allow. My son and I did some travelling together and spent more time getting to know each other and see how much alike we are - both ridiculously stubborn and opinionated, both loyal, both with a love of travel and cultures. His mom often laughs at how similar we are. A few years ago, he married a fantastic girl and we all welcomed their first baby into the world just after Christmas.Now, surrendering a child is not an experience I would wish on anyone. Neither would I wish being a pregnant teen on anyone. No matter what choice you make, the consequences are difficult and lifelong. For many, many years, I felt isolated from the rest of the world because I didn’t share this truth about myself, or if I did, it was with a sense of shame and loss.When I found my son, I had to find some way to integrate my life with my found son and his family and somehow get everyone in my world to understand why this was life and death important for me and they could either support me or lose me. For some, it was easy, for others, far more difficult, but I am glad we all found a way to make it work. Families are built in a number of different ways and I am grateful to be where I am now. I know how lucky I am.
What to do when you find out a friend lied to you? Is it better to let him know you found out, or just keep it for the record?
The world is utterly full of lies. It is likely that most people lie to you. And you might want to catalogue the lies you tell before getting too judgmental. Whether to disclose that you know about any given lie from a friend depends on:The nature of the lie. How big is it? What is it about? Not all lies are equal and a good social response depends on the nature of the lie. Whether or not it really affects you. Your accountant lying to you about where your money goes it a bit different than your grandmother lying to your parents about having a new relationship after your grandfather died. People lying about their personal life... is maybe for their privacy. You friend lying about their secret affair could offend you on ethical grounds, or damage you or friends socially. It is OK for a celebrity to lie to a tabloid newspaper about their private life. Yes. And even if they lied to you, they have good reason. (I just read Michael J. Fox memoir "Lucky Man". He and those close to him lied and were lied to. Good lies. What will the result be? Consider the future. You can know the future if you know the present well enough. If you really become aware you can see the future. If you have power, you can create it. Control of the future is magical and what you do with your knowledge using your awareness creates the next world we all share. Yah, you feel hurt... but consider carefully the future. Perhaps you can even learn from TV show plots. Often they are little morality plays and look how often the plot is driven by deceit and lies. From I Love Lucy, to Three's Company, Friends (TV series), and Big Bang Theory (TV show)... the plot is driven by lies. Why did they get told? How did they get misinterpreted?You tell them: How you tell them you know will affect the outcome. Do you accuse them and yell at them? Do you keep detached? Do you cry at their feet? You have now created a new level of open conflict with your friend. They will deny it if they can, then if it is clearly true, blame you for the reasons they lied. Be prepared to lose your friend, though if they are lying to you, you might have already lost them and not been informed. To tell them is the honest way. I like it. Radical honesty can be a good thing. It may cause you to be disliked and your friendship may die, but perhaps that is for the best. Remove liars from your life! Perhaps as reputation becomes more important again due to online communications and reputation management, liars will not prosper. They may feel bad. They made a mistake based on fear and self interest. Depending on the lie, you could forgive and forget. And the discussion could result in you having a better understanding of what you expect from each other. We do co-create the ethical standard we expect each other to live by. By telling them, you open the possibility for shared understanding of community ethics. I once told someone who was lying to me and abusing intimate trust that I knew she was lying to me. She was. But I did not tell her what lie I knew she was telling me. I make her tell me what lies she was telling me on her own. And three or four new lies became know. I tried further with her, but my trust was too broken. That path was messy, and maybe useful for her or me, but not so fun. You do not tell them:You have a certain amount of power. You now know that you cannot fully trust your friend. You can consider and observe the other ways in which they may be lying.You may wish to consider allowing them to continue and see how far it goes.If the lies are important, you can take some time to protect yourself and you assets from further damage. You can always tell them later, but you can't un-tell them. Generally I blow off the small lies people tell me. Generally I don't want the disruption of caring.  But I wonder then how much it is. Perhaps it is better to say rather than suspect them. Still... they build up. I do find it interesting that some people who lie, accuse people of having trust issues.The lack of trust issues people have are often cause by the lack of trustworthiness issues liars have. I hope someday we share a more honest world. We are pretty far from it now. There is dishonesty from top to bottom, Side to side and gender to gender. Most people are not even honest with themselves. If you are worried about lies, looking at your own is a good place to start.
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