DU LLB: Last date extended

The last date for submission of Online Application Form to various Post Graduate Courses has been extended till 30th April 2014.

Tips to Crack Group Discussion

Group Discussion (GD) refers to discussion on the same topic amongst a group of people. These days, many institutes and universities conduct this process as a part of the entrance examination criteria to register a student for admission. The reason for conducting GDs is to judge the confidence and patience levels of any candidate. Whenever a group interacts in a formal manner on a given topic, it is judged by a panel of judges, therefore, it is advisable to remain calm and focus on the topic of discussion rather than deviating from it.

How to Prepare?

Step 1: Prepare yourself: Keep yourself abreast with all the current affairs, so that whatever topic comes does not leave you quite in a group of people. As you know, topic is given on the spot therefore; you have to be well prepared of the latest topics.

Step 2: Be confident: Even if you are not aware of the topic, be confident to share your opinions atleast in the group. Don’t hesitate that what other people might think or whether the opinion will count or not. Relax! Not everyone is aware of everything in this world!

Step 3: Remain a part of the debate: In every GD, you will find some people are with you; however, some will be against you, because everyone has their own views and ways of perceiving things. Be a part of the debate and with your calmness, you will have to continue to be a part of the debate.

Step 4: Overcome misinterpretations: There would be many people around who would be high on tone just to stop you from speaking. The argument heats up to a level that you might not be given an option to speak. Try to calm down the environment and it is always good to start by saying, “According to me” or “What I feel”.

Step 5: Balance your emotions: It is fine even if some say a “no” or might give expressions that they do not agree with your opinions or you may find the topic a little boring for yourself. You just need to remain neutral – neither too aggressive nor too passive.

Step 6: Body Language: Your body language plays a very important role. You are being observed all the time by the interviewer and therefore, you must remain composed during the GD.


  • Be definite of what you say.
  • Never laugh at anyone’s view.
  • Let the other person complete before you comment. Listen patiently.
  • Use proofs to support your views.
  • Don’t force your opinions on others and present your views politely to them.
  • Stay neutral if you are the only one presenting your thoughts.
  • If you do not know what to speak in the discussion, think of 5 Ws:
  1. WHAT is important about the topic?
  2. WHO are you discussing with?
  3. WHERE did the topic originate from?
  4. WHEN did the event occur?
  5. WHY is the topic important?

At SmartPrep, we prepare the students by conducting mock sessions for Group Discussions. Our eminent faculties are always there to guide the students at every step and provide with tips that could be of importance to every student.


SmartPrep Team

Management as a Career

In today’s world, any organization which comes into effect requires management of all the day-to-day processes. These processes are performed in coordination with all the departments and this makes the processes easier. Management embraces planning, organization, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling an organization or an edge to achieve a goal.

Managing all these processes is required in the various departments such as Finance, HR, Marketing, IT, Operations, etc. This helps in efficiently and effectively handling all the processes to accomplish the goal for making any organization profitable.

To cater to the ever changing needs and requirements of the market, knowledge of management and business skills is very essential.

These days course such BBA, BBS, and BMS are being popular amongst the students. These inculcate business management skills and leadership qualities to help oversee the functions of an organization.

The growing demand of management professionals has led to a number of colleges coming up with courses like BBA, BBS and BMS which impart basic management and business skills to students.

On enrolling with SmartPrep, you will get a clear picture of the basic details about this course and the future prospects after completion of this course. We will give you a complete training of how to prepare for various entrance examinations that take place along with all the important dates that are to be followed.

Rush to a nearest center to grab the last seat and get the complete guidance on how to fill the various application forms for the universities.

Do not miss on any important dates.

All the Best

SmartPrep Team

What is Mass Communication and how can you make a career in the same?

Often students get confuse with Mass communication and journalism but there is a thin line of difference between the two. Here we have given concise details about what is Mass Communication course, it’s scope, job opportunities available and skills required.

When information is to be communicated to a large segment of the population by an individual at the same time, it is referred to as Mass Communication. It is generally referred to newspaper, magazine and book publishing as well as radio and TV. The message has to reach in such a way that it persuades or otherwise affects the opinion, behavior, attitude or emotion of the people receiving the information.


Mass communication is known as the backbone of our society. Media keeps the society abreast about what is happening in and around the city and helps in adapting the new and modern kind of changes to the people. On completion of mass communication courses, there is a huge scope of career opportunities in fields like PR, news media, publishing, etc.

There are 4 major fields of study under mass communication:

  1. Advertising: When an audience is to be convinced regarding a product or service to encourage them to buy the same, certain marketing is done to promote it, which is called advertising.
  2. Journalism: It refers to the ways of how news is to be produced to the public through different mediums such as newspapers, radio station, news channel, etc.
  3. Broadcasting: The act of communicating audio and/or visual content through a communication medium, such as television, radio, or film.
  4. Public Relations: The planned publicity of goods and services of organizations with the intention to create goodwill for a person, place or event is termed as public relations.

The candidates after completing the studies can find a lot of job opportunities. Some of them are listed below.


TV Correspondent

Film Director

Feature Writer

News Analyst

Freelance Writer

Proof Reader

Art Director




Public Relations Officer

Production Worker


Radio Jockey (RJ)

Sound Engineer


Video Jockey (VJ)

Transmission Executive



Special Correspondent

Sound Mixer & Sound Recordist




Fashion Photographer

Floor Manager

Sound Technician


Staff or Freelance Writer


The various employment areas in mass communication sector are listed below.

Broadcasting Corporations

Advertising Agencies

News Agencies

Circulation & Public Relations

Press Information Bureau

Blogs & Websites


TV Channels

Books & Novels

Radio Telecasting Companies

Legal Affairs Department

Photography Companies


Central Information Service

Periodicals & Magazines

AIR – All India Radio

Skills and Remuneration

Those who are willing to pursue a career in Mass Communication sector must be creative, impulsive and enterprising with a talent to present his/her ideas, thoughts, observations through different mediums of communication.

As we know that these days everything is going digital, therefore, job opportunities and remuneration are being redefined everyday.

Exams available

The entrance exam for journalism and mass communication courses are the same in almost all the universities. However, we make sure to give you the details regarding all the important dates to help you appear for the exams.

We hope that the above information is of help to you.

SmartPrep is always there to help you with your queries which might arise at any point of time to choose your career options.

All the best!

SmartPrep Team

Scope of Bachelors of Computer Application

As we all know that with liberalization in India, there came a revolution in the field of Information Technology sector also. With the growing demand of professionals in the IT sector, more and more colleges and universities are coming up to offer IT as a subject. New avenues such as the BPO (business process outsourcing), PPO (People to people Outsourcing) and KPO (knowledge process outsourcing) sectors along with the customary sectors helped the IT industry to gain the tremendous growth. It has been observed that in the past few years, people have been leaving their jobs in other engineering streams to join the software bandwagon. But, the challenge of overcoming the demand and supply gap of software professionals still exist.

BCA is a new age degree course in the field of computer applications. The duration of the course is normally three years. After completion of the BCA course, students can opt for masters or they can even try for job opportunities.

Type of Jobs after BCA:

After completion of BCA course, one can explore jobs like designing software such as operating systems, networking control systems, business applications and computer games. After canvassing a user’s needs, computer applications software engineers work on producing computer applications, software and focused utility programs. BCA graduate is also taught different programming languages such as C, C++, Java & Python during the tenure of the graduation. After designing a software program, the design is converted into instructions for the computer to follow by the computer programmers. Further, these instructions are coded using the various programming languages.

Career prospects:

After successfully completing BCA, a student can:

  • Start their career as programmers and grow to that of senior programmers.

  • Get into an entry level job in the field of IT or ITES.

  • Be into software development & designing in companies.

  • Help in Training & Development of other employees in a company.

  • Work as system administrator in big corporate companies.

Due to huge competition, chances of getting into a good college offering BCA course is very limited. Therefore, it is advisable to start preparing for the various entrance examinations as soon as you get free from your boards.


A fresher after completing his BCA will start at a package of around Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000 and can go to a maximum of Rs. 20,000 a month.

It gets better with knowledge and experience. Also, if you complete your masters after BCA course, then there is huge scope of growth in terms of packages and company with which you start your career.

In case of any dilemma about career prospects after BCA, we request you to visit a nearest SmartPrep center and get the counseling regarding preparations for various entrance examinations.

Happy to help you always!

SmartPrep Team

Tips to Crack Entrance Examinations after 12th

In today’s competitive world, it is very important to leave your mark and be ahead of others. We all know our capabilities and our weak points and therefore, it is very necessary to start preparing for entrance exams well in advance. It is not only necessary to be perfect in your studies while preparing for your boards but it is equally important to be aware of what’s happening around you. This helps in increasing your general knowledge, logical aptitude, and reasoning skills as well which are core sections of almost every entrance exam.

It is very important to make a note of few points before hitting the entrance exams:

  • Deciding what to do: Before you sit for your boards, it is very much necessary to be aware of what you want to be and which would be your desired career option.
  • Setting a Goal: During the boards, it is important to keep an eye on the various universities offering your desired course. List out all of them with your first choice on the top.

  • Be Confident and Fearless from Exam: Being scared of what is going to happen in the exam will only delay your preparations. Thus, you have to be confident in all aspects and accept the challenge of any exam that comes.

  • Exam Pattern: Every university and college has its own way of conducting the admission procedure. It is important to search and study for the exam pattern and prepare accordingly.

  • Curriculum of the Exam: Once exam pattern is into your knowledge, it becomes important to understand that what is going to come in the exam. You may not know the exact topic from where the questions can come but you will get an idea of the various sections of the paper.

  • Managing the time: Time management should start right when you get to know the syllabus of the exam as it will help you in estimating that how much importance or time is to be spared for each question or section.

  • Work on Strength and Weakness: In all the entrance exams, we find different sections but it is not necessary to be equally strong in all the sections. Some portions are easy while some are tough and this varies from person to person. It is advisable to identify them and work out accordingly.

  • Take a clue from Previous Years’ Papers: To understand the pattern of the paper and the difficulty level of each section, you must solve out previous years’ papers. This helps in improving the speed and accuracy as well.

  • Current Affair: You should be aware of what is happening around and this can be done through books, magazines, newspapers etc.

  • Difficult and Unknown Questions: If there is negative marking, then skip those questions. If you think that there is enough time at the end of the paper, try attempting the leftovers.

  • Exam Date: Almost all the universities post their ads in newspapers or at different media to let you all know about the important dates. It is required to make a note of all these important dates.

  • Application Forms: After purchasing the brochure or downloading the required information from the website of the respective university, the next step is to fill in the application form and send the same along with the required documents back to the university before the last date. It is always advisable not to wait for the last few days so as to avoid delays or misplacing the forms if sent via post.

  • Admit Cards: Entry for any entrance examination is only through the admit cards. The release date of admit cards is also declared by the university. Some universities send the cards via post while others upload them on the websites for downloading.

  • Venue: If possible, try to visit the venue given by the university for giving examination in advance. This will help you to be aware of the approximate time you require to reach the venue. You must try to reach the venue 45mins. beforehand on the examination day.

  • What to carry along : While going to the examination center, do not forget to carry stationery, admit card and other necessary things as mentioned by the university.

  • Required Details: On receiving the question paper and OMR sheet/answer sheet, you must fill in the required details carefully. In case of any doubts, read the instructions properly and do not hesitate to ask the invigilator.

  • Numerical Question: If you are not provided with an extra sheet for rough work or solving the numerical question, take clarity from the invigilator if you can use certain blank space on the question paper to solve the problem.

  • Answer Sheet should be Tidy: The OMR sheet or the answer sheet should neither be tampered nor made untidy. Also, read the instructions to be aware whether the answers in OMR sheet should be marked with pen or pencil.

  • Answer Sheet to be checked: After completing answering all the questions in the paper, it is recommended to thoroughly check the answer sheet before submitting the same to the invigilator. Carefully check the information filled and the answers.

(Note:pattern of certain entrance examination has negative marking for each wrong answers, incase of any doubt, leave the question unanswered).

  • MOST IMPORTANTLY : Remain calm and composed during the examination to avoid any careless mistakes.

All the best for your Entrance Exams.


SmartPrep Team

Pros and Cons of working in Hotel Industry

The hotel Industry has seen a drastic change over a couple of years. The reason behind this change is the number of international players entering the Indian market and thus, bringing in a lot of jobs as well. The thinking of people and increase in spending capacity are other reasons for wide acceptance of hotel industry in our country. The hospitality industry is a several billion dollar industry.

Hotels are a vital element of the tourism product. Through the standards of facilities and services offered, they are contributing in an overall wonderful tourism experience.

Hospitality Industry is one of the most liberalized sectors in India with 100% FDI allowance through automatic route and single window clearance facilities.

These days, many universities are coming up with hotel management as a course during graduation and undergraduate levels. But, as we all know that every job opportunity comes with assortment of pros and cons, therefore, we thought of enlightening you with what you should know before entering the hospitality industry in any department.




  • Meeting new people
  •  Industry being dependent on economic conditions, therefore, with a downfall in the economy, the industry always goes low
  • Learning new career skills
  •  No time limitations – one has to work on weekends as well as national holidays
  • Great and attractive pay package
  •  Starting pays can be low
  •  A range of entry level jobs available which gives flexibility to choose a desired department
  •  Long and odd hours
  •  Helps in developing the overall personality
  •  Being active all the time
  •  Can be a specialist over a period of time in the desired department
  •  24*7 approach – being present at all the times (whenever the demand for your presence is required)
  •  Opportunity to travel at various locations where the hotel is located
  •  Other job benefits

Above mentioned advantages and disadvantages are a few of them.

It is always better to weigh both pros and cons and then set your mindset to enroll for any graduation program and making your career in the same.

If you are still confused about your career in Hotel Management, make a visit to a nearest SmartPrep center and our counselor would be able to guide you on the future aspects in Hotel Management Industry.

Rush now and enroll for a batch before the last seat is gone.

Thank you

SmartPrep Team

What is Civil Litigation Law?

Dear Student,

Have you been wondering about what stream to choose after your 12th class? Are you confused about what is civil litigation law all about?

Have a glimpse on everything related to Civil Litigation Law

What is Civil Litigation Law?

When two or more parties get into a legal dispute that seeks money damages or specific performance (agreeing on certain terms and conditions under breach of a contract) rather than criminal sanctions, it is termed as civil litigation. For instance, if a car crash victim claims damages against the driver for loss or injury sustained in an accident, this will be a civil law case.Civil law differs from criminal law, which emphasizes more upon punishment than on dispute resolution. A lawyer who specializes in civil litigation is known as a “litigator” or “trial lawyer”. Civil law can also be divided into substantive law and procedural law.

Litigation Lifecycle

Civil litigation can be divided into seven stages:








Not every lawsuit passes through each stage of litigation; most lawsuits are settled prior to trial and many cases that reach a trial verdict are not appealed.

The lifespan of a lawsuit can range from several months to several years. Complex civil litigation often takes years to pass from pre-suit investigation through trial/settlement.

Discovery is the longest and most labor-intensive stage of civil litigation. Contrary to the image portrayed by television, civil litigators spend little time in trial; most time is devoted to the discovery stage of litigation.

What are the Types of Civil Litigation?

Civil litigation comprises of an extensive variety of disputes. Civil litigators generally specialize in one or two specific practice areas. Some common types of civil litigation include:

  • Personal Injury
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Intellectual Property
  • Employment & Labor
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Environmental Law
  • Products Liability
  •  Medical Malpractice
  • Construction
  • Anti-Trust
  • Education Law
  • Real Estate

The Role of the Litigation Professional

A Civil litigation professional’s role is very challenging and diverse. As we know that a lot of conflicts and arguments take place, thus, making the process a little time consuming. It is always advisable that a litigation attorney must be willing to assume an oppositional position and embrace conflict and controversy. Long working hours and occasional travel makes it a challenging profession.

What Skills are required as a Civil Litigation Lawyer?

  • Analytical and logical reasoning abilities
  • Knowledge of substantive and procedural law
  • Knowledge of legal research techniques and software
  • Ability to synthesize complex legal and factual materials
  • Superior interpersonal skills
  • Strong written and oral advocacy skills
  • Negotiation skills
  • Client development skills

Pros and Cons of working as a Civil Litigation Lawyer

 Every civil lawyer will face certain pros and cons in his career and before you choose Civil Litigation Law as your profession, it is very important to know the following:



  • Litigation work is diverse
  •  Litigation can be fast-paced
  • Assisting clients in litigation is rewarding
  • Not every client is one you’re fond of.
  • Litigation is relatively recession-proof
  • Long hours
  • Litigation pays well
  • The litigation timeline is long
  • Each case tells a different story
  • Litigation can be repetitious
  • Litigation work breeds independence
  • Litigation entails conflict
  • Litigation provides an opportunity to gain trial experience
  • The plaintiff’s side: sometimes you lose
  • Litigation inspires passion
  • The defense side: billable quotas
  • Litigation offers transferable career skills
  • Mood swings
  • Litigation is exhilarating and rewarding


Stipends and salaries

As for the starting stipends offered, these can be quite unsatisfactory. The average stipends offered by established advocates to graduates whom they agree to take under their wings is a meager amount of Rs.5,000 to 10,000 per month and graduates of top-tier law schools can perhaps hope for as much as Rs.15,000 per month, but no more.

Therefore, it is advisable to work in the litigation department of a law firm and then shift to private practice after having a fair idea of the entire system and processes involved. However, one has to be practical in accepting the swings in income from month to month. Senior advocates in the Supreme Advocate reputedly charge around Rs. 3 lakh per hearing (considering that they may sometimes make up to three to four hearings a day if not more).

We hope that the information is helpful and is able to give you a clear picture of what civil litigation lawyer as a career would bring to you.

We at SmartPrep, will always be there to counsel you on your queries regarding choosing Law as a Career!

Please feel free to visit any of a nearest center and we would be happy to help you.


SmartPrep Team

Criminal Law as a Profession

Dear Student,

Are you thinking of Law as a Career but want an insight of what fields are available after completion of your basic law studies? Do you think you have the zeal and are brave enough to be a criminal lawyer?

SmartPrep gives you a detailed scope of Criminal Law as a Profession.

Law refers to rules of conduct and is imposed by the state in the adherence of justice. A Lawyer is that person who practice law, counsel and advise people about their legal rights and proposes necessary actions to access these rights. A lawyer is expected to collect data, facts, figures, documents and witnesses to support the cases.

Criminal law is considered to be the most thrilling branch of law. Apart from defensing the client, a lawyer needs to deal with offense against an individual or society. A lot of cross examining and interrogating are involved to provide justice to the case.

Five intentions are widely accepted for enforcement of the criminal law by punishments: retribution, deterrence, incapacitation, rehabilitation and restoration. Jurisdictions differ on the value to be placed on each.

  • Retribution – Criminals ought to suffer in some way. This is the most widely seen goal. Criminals have taken improper advantage, or inflicted unfair detriment, upon others and consequently, the criminal law will put criminals at some unpleasant disadvantage to “balance the scales.” People submit to the law to receive the right not to be murdered and if people contravene these laws, they surrender the rights granted to them by the law. Thus, one who murders may be executed himself. A related theory includes the idea of “righting the balance.”

  • DeterrenceIndividual deterrence is aimed toward the specific offender. The aim is to impose a sufficient penalty to discourage the offender from criminal behavior. General deterrence aims at society at large. By imposing a penalty on those who commit offenses, other individuals are discouraged from committing those offenses.

  • Incapacitation – Designed simply to keep criminals away from society so that the public is protected from their misconduct. This is often achieved through prison sentences today. The death penalty or banishment has served the same purpose.

  • Rehabilitation – Aims at transforming an offender into a valuable member of society. Its primary goal is to prevent further offense by convincing the offender that their conduct was wrong.

  • Restoration – This is a victim-oriented theory of punishment. The goal is to repair, through state authority, any injury inflicted upon the victim by the offender. For example, one who embezzles will be required to repay the amount improperly acquired. Restoration is commonly combined with other main goals of criminal justice and is closely related to concepts in the civil law, i.e. returning the victim to his or her original position before the injury.

Criminal Lawyer – Job Description
As part of the lawyer’s job functions, a criminal lawyer will:

  • Examine the case and interview witnesses
  • Inquire case law, statutes, crimes codes and procedural law
  • Develop a case study and figure out a defense
  • Negotiate with the prosecution
  • Draft, file and argue motions such as motions to dismiss and motions to suppress
  • Advocate for the defendant at trial
  • Draft, file and argue appeals

Criminal Lawyer – Skills

  • Excellent oral and written advocacy skills

  • Investigative and research skills

  • Strong creative thinking and Analytical skills

  • In-depth understanding of state, federal and local rules, court procedures, evidentiary laws and local judges to navigate the criminal justice system efficiently and competently.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Ability to attract & retain clients is essential to a thriving criminal defense practice.

Criminal Lawyer – Challenges Faced

  • Long and irregular work hours.
  • Meeting clients outside – at prisons, hospitals, etc.
  • Those criminal lawyers who are allowed national practice, frequent traveling is involved.

Criminal Lawyer – Salaries/ Remuneration

The salaries vary, depending on the size and scope of the practice, the clientele the firm serves and the geographic location of the firm. Depending on the designation and experience of a candidate, salary may range anything between 20,000 to one lakh rupees a month. Many MNCs and law firms also hire and pay packages are between three to four lakh rupees in a year. Highest paid criminal lawyers are those that represent wealthy defendants and high-profile cases.

For more information on taking LAW as a CAREER, you can visit any of our centers near you and our counselors would be happy to guide you.

All the Best!

SmartPrep Team

Opportunities available after Graduation in Hotel Management

Last year, we came across a number of students who completed their 10+2 boards and were willing to enter the Hospitality Industry. Many of them thought that it was restricted to only kitchen and sales or marketing but as we counseled them, they came across a clear picture of what the Hospitality Industry is all about.

Serving Hospitality Industry after graduating in Hotel Management

With Globalization at its peak, career opportunities in the hotel management stream have increased. With lucrative salaries and the growing job opportunities, the course is coming out to be more in demand by students after completion of their 10+2 class. Graduation in Hotel Management is not restricted to only hotel industry but an array of jobs in different sectors is available like airline and cabin services, tourism industry, catering departments at banks and insurance houses, culinary unit managers including chefs and bar executives, etc.

There are 4 major departments in which students can get a career path:

Food & Beverage

House Keeping

Sales & Marketing

Front Office

Taking each field individually, we give you a range of work profiles available in the above 4 departments:

  1. Food & Beverage: Earlier, food & beverage was considered to be a household work to be done by women only, but in the recent years, it has been observed that even men have come out to be greater and well known chefs. The mentalities of people have transformed and food & beverage is now considered to be a respectable profession. After the graduation in Hotel Management, there are various job profiles ranging from bakery manager, caterer, cooking teacher, and farmer to recipe tester, restaurant supply buyer, sports nutritionist, and writer. The profession offering attractive pay packages; employment prospects; development prospects; education and training; experience, skills, and personality traits and tips for entry.

  2. Housekeeping: The department dealing essentially with cleanliness and other supplementary services attached to it is called Housekeeping Department. The largest part of any hotel and the most revenue generating department is basically accommodation. As we know, the housekeeping department takes care of all rooms and these days all the big properties offer large number of rooms with different accommodating facilities, thus, the job prospects in this department is numerous. During the graduation, most of the students are offered on the job training is this department.

  3. Sales & Marketing: This is the most exciting area to work. Earlier marketing was restricted to only building a website and observing the responses but with advancement in technology, the concept has changed and nowadays, there are several modes available to promote and raise a voice amongst masses. In order to stay with the world, it has become very much essential to be aware of all the competitive strategies prevailing in the market. There are various jobs available in this department: sales manager, assistant sales manager, E-commerce manager, regional sales manager, business development manager, etc., to name a few. However, every hotel follows a different hierarchy.

  4. Front Office: This is the most crucial department because anyone who enters a hotel or an office would first like to be greeted and respectfully heard because as we know “first impression is the last impression” and it remains in the minds forever. A front desk managers’ role is not only limited to oversee the front desk staff but, also includes participating in coordinating reservations and supervise the doorkeepers, parking staff and other important staff of any hotel or office who are managing the facility. Flexibility, creativity, supervision, ability to perform under pressure and hard-work are amongst a few important qualities expected from those who want to be in front office department.


You must be thinking of what you can earn after your three or four years of graduation?

The Industry is a little difficult in terms of salary. Those who graduate from top-notch institutes can start with a salary package of INR 25K on an average; but for others it has to be 14-15k on an average. But, all this depends upon the college from where you graduate as well as the organization where you get placed. It is advisable to go for Masters in your desired department so as to excel in the respective field.

For all those who want to understand the Industry more, you are most welcome to visit any of your nearest SmartPrep center and our counselors would be able to help you out in identifying your aptitude and key skills.

Best Regards,

SmartPrep Team