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6 Quick Tips for Successful Exam Preparation

If the question of how to prepare yourself for an examination session makes you feel stressed and increases your anxiety level, then this article is for you. We have prepared for you 6 tips that could help you effectively get ready for a session. If you have to become the main character of a horror movie called "The Session Is Coming", do not choose the role of the victim. Do not be afraid of the session, let the session be afraid of you! Tip #1. Don't panic...

Polish scientists among the most influential researchers in the world

As many as 726 scientists from Poland were included in the list of the most-cited researchers from around the globe prepared by Stanford University. Who are the authors and co-authors of the publications that other scientists are most willing to cite? According to the list of the most-cited researchers in the world they comprise only 2% of researchers, in total about 160 thousand people. The ranking was published in October in the PLOS Biology magazine. The list was prepared...

Who can cross the Polish border without a 10-day quarantine?

A few days ago the government announced the extension of the existing restrictions due to the spread of COVID-19. This means that until January 31st, the compulsory 10-day quarantine will cover not only people crossing the external EU border but also people arriving in Poland by public transport. Who should be quarantined after coming from abroad? People who cross the border of Poland, which is also the external border of the European Union, apply for a 10-...

How to Boost Your Critical Thinking?

Nowadays, we are surrounded by a myriad of information from different sources. The issue is that many information sources are unreliable and try to manipulate public opinion. What is critical thinking, how do we do it, why is it important, and how can we get better at it? The main task of critical thinking is to differentiate the texts you can trust and you cannot trust. Through critical thinking, we see inconsistencies and contradictions, and separate facts from their interpretation...

Science in 2020 – Not Just Coronavirus

The SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus dominated the year 2020, but a lot of interesting things also happened in science. For example, a probe embarked towards the Sun, the Americans flew into Earth's orbit on a private shuttle, the legendary Arecibo Observatory radio telescope collapsed and record heat was recorded in Antarctica. JANUARY - Scientists recorded gravitational waves (a signal from a collision of neutron stars) for the second time, as announced by the LIGO-...

The Power of the New Year's Resolution

The New Year is slowly nearing, and with the holiday season already upon us many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when winter starts. In this article, we will share with you the interesting facts about this resolution and give practical advice on creating an...

Offline Classes, Libraries, and Gyms. How Do the Universities Work from December 28?

There are many regulations coming from the Polish government to fight the spread of the COVID-19. We have gathered the rules connected with the universities and students that could be helpful for you. Conducting classes at the university According to the Minister`s regulation, some of the classes inside the universities are going to be allowed. These will be the classes which, due to their specificity, cannot be carried out with the use of distance learning...

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