You would get a clear explanation of you doubt right away.If you still dint understand the TA will help you after the class.If you still dint understand, you can get the doubt personally clarified by your lecturer.If you still dint get it, you can discuss with your friends about it.If you still dint get it, your seniors will help you.If you still dint get it, message me on Quora, Ill do my best to help you. (I’ve got amazing friends who basically understand everything!)
Asking illegal or unethical questions during an interview shows the interviewer in a bad light and the candidate automatically associates such unethical behavior with a company culture that he/she most likely does not want to join.Interviewers can basically ask what ever they want as long as they are not building evidence up of any discrimination (how can an interviewee prove in an 1 on 1 meeting discriminative questions to a third party?).The more important question is how the interviewee should react if the interviewer really asks an illegal or unethical question? The classical answer suggest that he/she could reject to answer stating that this an illegal question or answer truthfully or lie.I recommend another much more successful method. Candidates assume that interviewers are always highly professional, well trained and have a ready made question list. You will be surprised how often they are less prepared than the interviewee.So it is not a bed that the interviewer is not even aware that this particular question was crossing the line.Therefor it is helpful to evaluate first the importance of the question by simply asking how the question is related to the job interview. With that you give your counterpart the chance to reflect and withdraw. If he insists you have the option to answer generically or to ask the same question back to the interviewer.The interview situation requires sound and mature judgments by both parties. At the end both sides should be able to work many years good and trustful together. Unethical behavior from any side at the beginning of the relationship defines already a bad ending.
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What happens to the mentally retarded?
the genuine comparable ingredient that takes place with the souls of "person-friendly" people. God would not have various diverse contraptions of regulation books. there is one set of regulations for Himself and the comparable regulations and regulations for all of humanity. Ezekiel 18:20 states "The soul that sinneth it shall die." So, for this reason a retarded individual who's an unsaved sinner will die and be buried in a grave (hell) in basic terms the comparable as the different individual. all and sundry who's stored (retarded or no longer retarded) might have won a thoroughly NEW SOUL from God it sluggish for the time of their existence here in the international. Then, on the 2d of dying (earlier the rapture), that soul is going on the instant to be with Christ. The ineffective physique is then buried in basic terms like the physique of any unsaved individual.
What happens to babies that are born from mentally retarded mothers?
It doesn't always mean that the baby will be born retarded although they run a higher risk than those born to normal mothers. Is the father retarded too? If they are both retarded then the baby runs an even higher risk of being retarded. Have you ever seen the movie with Sean Penn called I am Sam? If not go to your local video store and rent it. He is retarded but his child is fine and he tries raising her. It's a really good flick it can answer a lot of your questions.
Usually, yes in my experience.We’ve already decided we are interested in finding out more about you and we understand everybody is busy, like us.I would suggest calling them back if you haven’t heard in a couple of days, as it may simply be stuck in somebody’s inbox, waiting for them to check their calendar.
The best response to such a question is blatant refusal to answer one.Your girlfriend just wants to gauge your response so that she can estimate your love for her in her head.I suggest you to not answer her question and give an allusion of your complete denial to even imagine something as tragic as her death. Your inability to fathom such a loss will give her the fodder she needs to believe your love for her.Otherwise if you choose to answer her question, you should know what you'll be up against!“I will be very sad. Very very sad. And broken!”-”How sad exactly?”(Her curiosity will not keep her from trying to measure your emotions.)“Oh I will be very sad but I believe Time heals some of the pain so I will eventually move on and try to find love again.”-”You don't love me. You never loved me or else you'd never be able to move on and fall for someone else!”(Bye bye sex!)“I will be very sad. I will probably stop eating for a while and will lose all my hair.-”So you will choose to continue to live in this world without me?”(*Disappointed with response, now questioning her decision to be with you*)“Why are you asking shit?! Please stop trying to make me think such things! *feign annoyance with a hint of unim aginable despair and refuse to look at her for a moment*-(In her head)”Aww he loves me so much! He can't even imagine losing me. I should stop annoying him and kiss him!”
Am i actually a retarded person?
My tutor was explaining a concept and he asked a question that if i had a choice among three people to talk to who wud it be : a. A five year old b.Someone my age c.A fifty year old He expected my answer to be b and when i said i wud prefer to talk to a five year old he kept laughing till the class got over and said that i am a retard ?? What do u guys think? I'll turn 18 on 9th August.
First let’s move to the newer diagnosis - Intellectual Disabilities (ID). ID replaced Mental Retardation a few years ago legally as the appropriate term. The second thing to keep in mind is that ID is a diagnosis. This means it’s like any other diagnosis that a person might have -Vision, hearing, health, etc. The diagnosis does not make the person anymore than wearing glasses makes the person who wears them. Just like the person is aware of glasses, the person with ID is often aware of his or her diagnosis. This is especially true for people who have mild or moderate ID. They can usually tell that they are “different” or they “think different” than most people. Some of them will state things like, “I’m a little slow” etc. It’s a general self awareness that anyone could have about a diagnosis.I remember sometime ago talking with a man who has a diagnosis of Mild ID. We were having a casual conversation when he told me that sometimes when he and others in his home go out, he feels uncomfortable. He said that people will stare and him and others because they “know we are different.” The funny thing is that this young man is very aware of his disability. He is also aware that other people sees his disability and sees the disability as “him” instead of simply a diagnosis that is part of him. So ultimately, yes, the majority of people with ID are aware that they are different - I guess it would just be nice if the rest of us would not treat them differently.