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the nomination of Sir Nicholas Winton for the Nobel Peace Prize

The petition to support the nomination of Sir Nicholas Winton for the Nobel Peace Prize Motto: “There is nothing that can't be done if it is fundamentally reasonable.” In 1939, Sir Nicholas Winton saved 669 mainly Jewish children from Nazi occupied Czechoslovak territory. Despite the reluctance of the government in his homeland, Winton managed to organize train transports to Great Britain where he found foster homes for the children. Here they could start a new, safer life. Astonishingly, Nicholas Winton did not mention this to anyone, not even his family and had his wife not found the documents about this event by accident, this heroic act would forever remain hidden from the eyes of the public and the rescued children. We believe that Sir Nicholas Winton should be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for this deed. By this act, he contributed to the idea of “the fraternity of nations” as spirited in Alfred Nobel´s final testament. The motivation powering our initiative began with an educational program called “Lottery of the life“, directed by Zdeněk Tulis. Thanks to this our school was visited by two women who belonged to the “Winton Children“. It was a very emotional experience for our students and we decided to continue in the activity of Mr Tulis and Mr Mináč, the director of three documentaries...

ADA.org: DAT Sample Test Items - American Dental Association

How does one prepare for the DAT? There are no shortcuts to the process of learning, and these test preparation materials are not designed to provide the applicant with an opportunity to bypass the extensive process of absorbing basic information through class participation and months of study. These test preparation materials contain samples of the four tests used in the Dental Admission Testing Program. These are available to DAT applicants as a means of discovering possible areas of weakness in their comprehension of subjects covered by the test. They will also enable the candidates to become familiar with the types of material included in the test as well as with the general coverage and format of the various parts of the test battery. The entire DAT takes 4 hours and 45 minutes (including a 15-minute optional tutorial and break). In the real DAT, the time limit will be indicated in the upper right hand corner on the computer screen. Therefore, you will need to pace yourself as you proceed through each test in the Dental Admission Test. If you have time remaining for a section of the test, you can review your responses. When time expires, the computer screen will move to the next test or optional break period. The structure of the test is given below.

ADA.org: OAT Sample Test Revised - American Dental Association

How does one prepare for the OAT? There are no shortcuts to the process of learning, and these test preparation materials are not designed to provide the examinee with an opportunity to bypass the extensive process of learning and understanding basic information through class participation and months of study. These test preparation materials contain samples of the four tests used in the Optometry Admission Testing Program. These are available to OAT examinees as a means of discovering possible areas of weakness in their comprehension of subjects covered by the test. They will also enable the examinee to become familiar with the types of material included in the test as well as with the general coverage and format of the various parts of the test battery. The Optometry Admission Testing Program may include pretest questions in some test sections. Un-scored pretest questions are included on the test in order to ensure that these questions are appropriate before they are included among the scored items. If pretest questions are included in a test section, additional time will be allotted to that section of the test. Pretest questions are intermingled with the scored questions; therefore it is important to answer all questions. Total Testing Time Test Section ...

Sample Level I Multiple Choice Questions 1. Sammy ... - CFA Institute

1. Sammy Sneadle, CFA, is the founder and portfolio manager of the Everglades Fund. In its first year the fund generated a return of 30 percent. Building on the fund’s performance, Sneadle created new marketing materials that showed the fund’s gross 1year return as well as the 3 and 5-year returns which he calculated by using back-tested performance information. As the marketing material is used only for presentations to institutional clients, Sneadle does not mention the inclusion of back-tested data. According to the Standards of Practice Handbook, how did Sneadle violate CFA Institute Standards of Professional Conduct? A. He did not disclose the use of back-tested data. B. He failed to deduct all fees and expenses before calculating the fund’s track record. C. The marketing materials only include the Everglades Fund’s performance and are not a weighted composite of similar portfolios. 2. Roberto Vargas, CFA, is in charge of the compliance program at his investment firm. According to the Standards of Practice Handbook, as a supervisor, Vargas is least likely required to: A. respond promptly to all violations. B. disseminate the contents of the program to all personnel. C. incorporate a professional conduct evaluation as part of an employee’s performance review.

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

The Department of Biochemistry offers undergraduate courses to nursing students and graduate courses to medical students and graduate students in the graduate program leading to a master’s degree (MSc). The requirements for admission to the graduate program are a BA or BS degree from a university and an academic record with a cumulative grade average of 80 and above in major courses. Students should have a background in chemistry, biology, or a related medical science. The graduate program consists of a minimum of two years including didactic, interactive, and practical training leading to the Master of Science degree. Students must finish 21 credits of graduate courses; pass a comprehensive exam; and submit a thesis based on independent research. The 21 credits of graduate courses include a total of 15 credits of required courses and 6 credits of elective courses. Required courses include: BIOC 300 (6 cr.); BIOC 302 (3 cr.); BIOC 304 (3 cr.) and MBIM 310 (3 cr.). BIOC 246 Biochemistry for Nursing 60.0; 4 cr. A course that provides an introduction to basic concepts in biochemistry. It discusses the main biochemical pathways in the cell and defines the interrelations between the different metabolic pathways. The course is composed of three units: (a) general chemistry (b) organic chemistry (c) biochemistry. Offered to BS Nursing and is open to undergraduates in related sciences. Prerequisite: none. First semester. BIOC 255 Biochemistry for MLTP 45.0; 3 cr. A course that provides an overview of structure, function, and metabolism of basic biological micro/macro molecules; a general review of the genetic makeup; and emphasizes the clinical relevance by correlating disease to basic information. The course is an introductory biochemistry course, offered to undergraduate students in the Medical Lab Technology Program and related fields. Second semester. BIOC 300 Basic Biochemistry 72.44; 6 cr. A course that provides students with a coherent account of biochemistry and molecular biology, correlating clinical disorders with basic concepts. This course describes the living cell as a...

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

The Department of Biochemistry offers undergraduate courses to nursing students and graduate courses to medical students and graduate students in the graduate program leading to a master’s degree (MSc). The requirements for admission to the graduate program are a BA or BS degree from a university and an academic record with a cumulative grade average of 80 and above in major courses. Students should have a background in chemistry, biology, or a related medical science. The graduate program consists of a minimum of two years including didactic, interactive, and practical training leading to the Master of Science degree. Students must finish 21 credits of graduate courses; pass a comprehensive exam; and submit a thesis based on independent research. The 21 credits of graduate courses include a total of 15 credits of required courses and 6 credits of elective courses. Required courses include: BIOC 300 (6 cr.); BIOC 302 (3 cr.); BIOC 325 (2 cr.); HUMR 305 (3 cr.) and MBIM 310 (3 cr.). BIOC 246 Biochemistry for Nursing 60.0; 4 cr. A course that provides an introduction to basic concepts in biochemistry. It discusses the main biochemical pathways in the cell and defines the interrelations between the different metabolic pathways. The course is composed of three units: (a) general chemistry (b) organic chemistry (c) biochemistry. Offered to BS Nursing and is open to undergraduates in related sciences. Prerequisite: none. First semester. BIOC 255 Biochemistry for MLTP 45.0; 3 cr. A course that provides an overview of structure, function, and metabolism of basic biological micro/macro molecules; a general review of the genetic makeup; and emphasizes the clinical relevance by correlating disease to basic information. The course is an introductory biochemistry course, offered to undergraduate students in the Medical Lab Technology Program and related fields. Second semester.

PYP in the Early Years   Uptown School Mission

Uptown School is an authorised International Baccalureate (IB) Primary Years School and PYP IB World School. Uptown School is in the candidacy process for its IB Middle Years Programme, with the IB Diploma Program to follow. Uptown delivers the IB curriculum to grades Pre-K (3 by September 15) to Grade 9. In academic year September 2014 Grade 10 will be added with Grades 11 and 12 in 2015 and 2016.

Primary Years Programme   Uptown School Mission

Uptown School is an authorised International Baccalureate (IB) Primary Years School and PYP IB World School. Uptown School is in the candidacy process for its IB Middle Years Programme, with the IB Diploma Program to follow. Uptown delivers the IB curriculum to grades Pre-K (3 by September 15) to Grade 9. In academic year September 2014 Grade 10 will be added with Grades 11 and 12 in 2015 and 2016.

Middle Years Programme - Uptown School Mission

Uptown School is an authorised International Baccalureate (IB) Primary Years School and PYP IB World School. Uptown School is in the candidacy process for its IB Middle Years Programme, with the IB Diploma Program to follow. Uptown delivers the IB curriculum to grades Pre-K (3 by September 15) to Grade 9. In academic year September 2014 Grade 10 will be added with Grades 11 and 12 in 2015 and 2016.

Subaru Remote Programming - Advanced Diagnostics USA

Subaru Remote Programming (Type 2) PLEASE NOTE: REQUIRES SUBARU KEY PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE & SOFTWARE VERSION 10.05 OR HIGHER (BETA AT THE TIME OF THIS PUBLICATION). These instructions are just for the remote which programs separate from the transponder. The following vehicles are supported: YEAR 2005 MAKE Subaru MODEL Outback 2.5XT/3.0R 2006 2006 2006 Subaru Subaru Subaru B9 Tribeca Legacy Outback 2007 2007 2007 Subaru Subaru Subaru B9 Tribeca Legacy Outback 2008 2008 2008 2008 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Forester Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Forester Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2011 Subaru Forester Photo # 1 OPEN UP THE REMOTE TO OBTAIN THE REQUIRED 8 DIGIT ID CODE THAT SHOULD BE LOCATED ON A WHITE STICKER ATTACHED TO THE CIRCUIT BOARD. THE TOP LINE IS THE CODE YOU NEED. (11562847 IN THE PHOTO) NOTE: EACH REMOTE WILL HAVE ITS OWN UNIQUE ID CODE. COPYRIGHT ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS USA INC. 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE Select: Subaru/ USA/ Remotes/ Type2 CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 2 This Procedure requires SMC (Smart Card) COPYRIGHT ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS USA INC. 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Using the touch screen on the PRO Enter the 8 digit code from the remote label found inside the remote (See Photo #1 on Page 1 Touch the CHECK MARK on the touch screen to program the remote code displayed on the screen VERY IMPORTANT: Please Wait 20-30 seconds before testing the remote CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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