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Answered: Study in Abroad

Yes study in abroad is very prominent in these days . Take online tutoring for more help. It will help you a lot .

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I enjoyed God's word through an online source http://www.Read-the-bible.net It really helped me to understand the truth hidden in the Bible.

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http://www.way2college.com/study-abroad.htm In our increasingly interconnected world and global economy, the opportunity to study abroad seems like a particularly valuable experience. College students are urged to take advantage of study abroad programs to expand horizons and gain enriching ...

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Answered: Studying method for this

Don't wait until the last minute to study. Make sure to review all material you learn at school each day at the end of each day so that you can retain the information better.
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The best study Bibles that I have come accross are two in particular. The first one is found at this site: http://www.adventistbookcenter.com/Detail.tpl?sku=9780984137107 . It has maps, great concordance, egw commentaries, tables, book authorship analysis and Bible studies. I personally have this ...

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It depends. If I have the chance to go to states to continue my studies, why not? That would be so much privilege.

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