Monthly Archives: October 2015

How to Calculate Faster using Cancellation Part 1

Cancellation is one of the great techniques in making calculations faster. This technique is used in simplifying fractions, rational expressions, and equations in Algebra. In this post, we are going to learn some of the cancellation techniques that are usually not in schools but can be a helpful strategy in taking examinations like the Civil… Read More »

Civil Service Exam Rescheduled to December 6, 2015

The  suspended Paper-and-Pencil Examination of the Civil Service Professional and Subprofessional Examinations on October 18, 2015 was reset to December. The new schedule of the exam is on December 6, 2015 according to an advisory from the official website of the Civil Service Commission. The suspension in some areas due to typhoon Lando. According to CSC, for Regions 4… Read More »

Civil Service Commission Cancels October 18 Exam in 5 Areas

The Civil Service Commission has canceled the October 18 examination in selected areas due to typhoon Lando. The Civil Service examination is cancelled in the following areas. National Capital Region Region 1 Region 2 Cordillera Administrative Region Tawi-tawi Examinees are advised to wait for further announcements. Source: GMA News

3 Helpful Strategies in Comparing Fractions

There are questions in Civil Service Examinations that may require you to compare fractions or even arrange them in order. In this post, I am going to teach you three strategies in comparing fractions. Strategy 1: Cross Multiplication Which is greater, 5/7 or 8/11? If only two fractions are compared, the easiest way is to… Read More »

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