JohnP profile Member info Member since: Jun 27, 2017 Question asked: 1 Question answered: 4 Best answers: 0 Questions Answers Best Dissertation vs Thesis: What is the difference? 3 Answers Writing a good CV honestly is not that hard. You can find many good advice for free online (make sure the sites you are taking advice from are USA based, as conventions differ between countries). Do not be swayed by supposed “trends” or gimmicks, and the exact layout probably won’t make or break things for you. Is a there a reason you are considering paying for the service? If you are struggling with the general layout, I usually go with name, then contact details (email, phone and postal address). Straight after graduating, I would then go with education – give your degree name and class, college or university, then a brief description of the subject areas you covered, and possibly any relevant skills you developed. I then list my GCSEs and A-levels. I also mention that I have a driving license in this section if I think it might be relevant. After education, I would then go with any paid work experience you have, listing the most recent jobs first, with bullet points describing the role, my duties and the skills I used and any relevant training. After this list any relevant unpaid work experience in the same way. Paid for services have to justify their fees, and will rip your curriculum vitae apart even if it’s perfectly fine already. There is very little they can do to make you more employable unless your CV is really terrible, which honestly I doubt it is. I don’t think that many of them get enough homework. I have noticed that kids (in the UK) who are in private school get far more homework to do than the kids in state schools. I went to private school and I use to get an average of 2-3 hours homework a night and my friends at state school only got around 30 minutes of homework a week. I’m not saying that kids should be getting lots of homework but I think that it should be more than 30 minutes a week. There is a simpler solution. Multiply everything by 6 to get rid of denominators in equation: 2(x − 2) + 1 = 5 2x − 4 + 1 = 5 2x − 3 = 5 2x = 8 x=4 If you mean the hypothesis in the experiment, then the hypothesis is the forecasting of the results of it. Let me give you an example. If you are making the research on how many flowers are in the bush of roses, your hypothesis will be the following, each branch will be covered with five roses. But if you need the hypothesis in the field of statistics, it is more complicated. In statistics, a hypothesis is a proposition that is consistent with known data, but has been neither verified nor shown to be false. Statistical hypothesis refers to a statement on which hypothesis testing will be based. Particularly important statistical hypotheses include the null hypothesis and alternative hypothesis. johnp has no Best Answers.