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What is the best roast from a student or teacher you have heard so far?Background: So we have this really savage teacher in my school. The whole corridor becomes empty upon the arrival of the great teacher. She used to teach us English in class 10th. There are two boys, say X and Y.X aspires to be an actor. The whole fucking school knows it. He is good looking, funny and loves to make people laugh.Y is a short and sweet looking guy who generally remains quiet.The scene: So our teacher was just randomly talking to us about our future goals and aims. Suddenly out of nowhere, she asks Y if he has ever thought about acting. He goes clueless and like little kids, the whole class starts shouting X’s name saying that X wants to become an actor and he is quite good at it.*that proud looking expression X had on his face was priceless*And then our teacher says but don’t we already have a Rajpal Yadav in Bollywood.*The whole class bursts into laughter as X’s dream got shattered*For those who don’t know Rajpal Yadav is a famous Indian comedian known to have performed some great funny roles.image source : quora inbuilt search optionEdit 1 : thank you Sudesh Pawar for pointing my error :) ,thanks Stella Chen and Anand Swain for the suggestions.Edit 2: Oh my god this is my very first answer to cross 60 upvotes and 4k views. I feel no less than a celebrity right now seriously. <3 like OH! MY GOD
Can you share with us your journey investing in the stock market?My Stock Market Journey :( Caution: Very Long Answer )I started my journey in 1977.That is 40 years ago. The young of today can not imagine about India of that time.Well, to put things in perspective:Forget about Internet or Mobile phones. Even a simple telephone was a luxury which even middle class could not afford. And waiting time for a phone was about 2 years to 5 years depending on your money and social clout.Doordarshan ( TV in India ) was available only to people in Delhi and that too in grainy black and white.All communication had to be essentially done through India Post. Courier services did not exist and those few which did were not legal.For faster communication, there were telegrams which were priced above the paying capacity of a common man.How stock markets functioned in those times would be like a story to today’s young generation.So I thought to share my journey.How it began ? :In July 1977, the results were out and I had completed my Engineering Degree. It was a different scenario from the present times. Engineering Colleges were far and few and so were engineers. But unfortunately jobs were also few.Government was the prominent employer specially for civil engineers. So daily activity was to look for employment pages / advertisements for suitable jobs. After finding such advertisement, next step used to get one application typed and send it to the address given with the requisite fee of about Rs. 8 ( For most Government jobs ) through a Postal Order.Ever heard of a Postal Order in the present times of NEFT and mobile money transfers. ( I believe these are still available at Post Offices )Finding a job being the only work at hand, there was lot of free time. Sports page got some attention cricket being the national pastime even in those days.The page before the sports page usually was the Stock Market page in most of the newspapers. It used to be full of prices of various stocks in different stock exchanges. My regular newspaper carried rates from Bombay Stock Exchange, Delhi Stock Exchange and Calcutta Stock Exchange.There was no Google and no internet. How to make sense out of lot of numbers and names splashed on the page everyday?I pledged to myself that I will surely crack the code and this page has to make sense for me.From then on, the quest is on.Forty years have gone by and like I have stated in my credentials— Studying the Stock markets since 1977. The study is not yet complete. I believe I will always remain a student and that is perhaps the right thing.Markets and trading are always evolving with passage of time and one has to keep on learning.1977- 1985 :I saw a big advertisement for a public issue of shares of Hawkins. Nowadays, the public issues are called IPOs ( Initial Public Offer ). What is in a name?From this ad I got the name and address of broker and wrote a letter to send me the Prospectus and Application form.After about 5 days, I got a mailer from the broker with the things requested for. I read each and every word. I was impressed with the document.The interesting fact which I noted was:Salary of Chairman ( Mr. H D Vasudeva , I am narrating the name from memory— If incorrect, please feel free to ignore or correct me ) was fixed at Rs. 10000 per month and approval of Government was taken for this salary.Such salary being almost equal to salary of President of India needed special permission.I do not recall the issue price but it was at some premium on the face value of Rs. 10. I applied for 50 shares, filled up the form, got a bank draft for the money and sent it by registered post to the broker at Delhi.And hoped to get the allotment.The issue was oversubscribed many times and i got the refund cheque after about two months.The search for job continued. I joined IIT Delhi for post graduation course and to be at Delhi.Over next year, stock market took a back seat but since the broker were sending me mailers regularly , reading company prospectus became a serious hobby with me.I knew all I could about Memorandum of Association, Article of Association, Rules for remunerations of Directors in a company, declaration of interest of a director in the company, Authorized Capital, Paid Up Capital, Offer for Sale , Dividends, Book Closing and all the jargon through this reading.In August 1978, landed in my first job and left IIT, Delhi to work professionally.I think sometime in 1979, I got my first shares alloted.50 Shares of Narendra Explosives Limited. ( Did anybody ever hear of the company ? ). I was jumping with joy. Company made explosives. There was going to be a boom in construction activity in the country and explosives are needed for constructing tunnels and excavating rock.Another public issue came up and I got 50 more shares of — hold your breath— Karnataka Explosives Limited.I had no intent to be an explosive specialist, it is just that I got allotted the stocks which probably nobody wanted.I used to check the prices everyday only to find them below Rs. 10 and there was no option but to keep waiting.Well, I got one more public issue allottment — 100 shares of Punjab Ceramics Limited. ( Phew..)I could sell Karnataka Explosives for Rs. 14 in 1981, Narendra Explosives for Rs. 21 in 1985 and Punjab Ceramics are still with me as worthless as ever.I have never applied for an IPO since Punjab Ceramics.1985–1995:After a few years in South India and then Madhya Pradesh, I was back to Delhi. By this time, equity culture was picking up. There were even daily tabloids about the stock market.The most talked about stocks of that time were Reliance, Orkay Silk Mills and Oswal Agro.I made my first purchase in secondary market in Gwalior Rayon shares.Ended up being profitable in two weeks and sold it without taking delivery of shares.Wondering what is delivery of shares?:It is in fact delivery of share certificates along ith a transfer deed with share transfer stamps affixed on that.This is a share certificate representing 50 shares of Tata Steel.And this is a transfer deed:( Addresses blanked out for protecting privacy )How different from the present Click and Buy/Sell.By year 1991, I had started trading. Intra day was not possible because it was a shout and buy/sell market. We used to place the trade with a broker, got confirmation in the afternoon and contract note by evening. There was a two week settlement time to either pay or close the transaction by paying the difference.In 1992, lost some good money because of investing at a time when the Harshad Mehta scam was unraveling.These images are from 1995.Gave up trading from 1995 to 2000.Tech Boom and Trading Terminals:Internet made its foray into India from 1996 onwards. I was at Ambala in Haryana when internet services commenced there in 1998.It was a new world and a new addiction. I browsed at Rs. 80 per hour and learnt whatever was possible with my very limited computer skills.Got introduced to a Trading Terminal provided by a broker at Ambala.Everyone used to trade in tech stocks. I was the only one trading in Tata steel or Appolo Tyres or HDFC. Everybody else was into Rolta, Pentamedia, Wipro, Infosys etc. No one shorted a stock except yours truly. I was the only one operating with a stop loss. Rest were all high on adrenaline and were making big profits and bigger losses. I continued with my small profits and small losses.I learnt a lot about trader behaviour in this period. It was very easy to make profits and losses. It could easily become an addiction.Fate intervened. I got into a new job and did not do any trading for next three years.From 2003 to 2017— Trading Online:Opened an icicidirect account in 2003.Started online trading.Learnt from my failures and successes. Never traded more than one or two stocks at a time.Learnt options trading in year 2007 and a new world of opportunities opened up.Read many books, information on internet, European options, American Options , option theories and came to conclusion that only thing that works is just plain common sense and loss management.Everything else is just a theory.All the complicated theories are just an excuse to hide behind when we fail. It looks nice to say because something very complicated occurred, I had to take a loss. Whereas the fact is that we are responsible for every loss. It happens due to simple fact that trade went wrong. Bigger loss happens when the money management goes wrong. That is something to be avoided.Conclusion:Summation of my stock market journey:Markets are forever. There should be no compulsion to trade everyday.Long term investment works out better than day trades.Positional trades work out better than day trades.Taking care of losses is essential.Patience pays.Markets are simple. Experts make it complicated so that their expertise gets higher value.No formula or theory is a mathematical fact .They are based on empirical data which is based on human behaviour. Any such formula will give different results in different situations. For adverse results , money management is the only protection.I have enjoyed the journey thus far and keep on enjoying further.Now I have many Quora friends to make this journey more rewarding by sharing my thoughts.Thanks for reading this very long answer.
I have a 2.04 GPA, and my transcript contains many D’s and W’s, but Google contacted me for a SWE position. How much does my transcript matter?If you were contacted by a recruiter, you should definitely continue the process. I would just send your resume without including your GPA (I.e, just put your major and school) unless it is specifically required when filling out an application form.Google has said before that they don't consider GPA to be a good indicator of future performance, although I believe these comments were referring more to people with prior industry experience and not necessarily to new grads. Then again, ultimately it's not your GPA that determines if you can do a good job or not; it's your skills, drive, and motivation.
How do you get to become a Computer Science TA/Head TA in colleges like Stanford, MIT, or Caltech?At Stanford, I was the head TA for CS106* courses twice during the 2001-2002 academic year. CS106A + CS106B (or CS106X) are the first classes a Stanford CS major usually takes. I was a second year co-term masters student, so at the start of the academic year I had already been a CS106* section leader  for two years. Bob Plummer - the lecturer I TA'd for - was my undergraduate advisor and knew me fairly well, and I'm pretty sure he simply asked me if I would be the head TA for his course. I am fairly certain that this was standard for a lot of the introductory CS courses - lecturers usually found TAs among the people they knew well since there were a LOT of co-term students at Stanford.I've never been a TA for a more advanced course, but I vaguely recall that the selection process there was also somewhat informal and that established relationships with professors were certainly helpful in securing TA (and definitely head TA) positions. I don't remember how newly minted graduate students who had to fulfill their TA requirements were assigned to classes, so perhaps someone else could fill that in.  Section leaders at Stanford are (mostly) undergraduate TAs for the CS106* course series. Each course has a number of section leaders who teach sections, grade assignments, and provide help to students, and one head TA who organizes and supervises the section leaders, helps the lecturer with section notes, exams, grading, etc etc. It's an awesome program that I'm forever grateful to have been a part of. Also see: How does one become a CS106 section leader at Stanford?
What is the single greatest piece of career advice, and why?As a headhunter, my entire job profited off of career decisions on a mass-scale. My role was to guide, advise, and coach my candidates to position themselves in the best light to land an attractive job offer or multiple offers for those who were really “lucky”. Every time I successfully placed a candidate in their new role, I’d earn a lucrative headhunting fee.After consulting thousands of professionals from Analyst to Chief-Executive level (ages 35–70) make life-altering career changes or the chances they missed or mistook, I see that my happiest, financially-secure/affluent, most well-balanced candidates adhered to this one common theme:Constantly refine YOUR OWN mission in life.This seemingly simple piece of advice is multi-layered, multi-purpose, and will deeply change the way you view yourself and your ability to succeed.Here’s how this single piece of career advice will change your life:#1. Most people flounder in their careers because work is a means to an end, unrelated to or not closely incorporating one’s natural strengths nor desires. The biggest mistake would be neglect your true self in an effort to continue pleasing your parents, your classmates, and adhere to your professor’s/boss’s/society’s rules. There is nothing more meaningless than living a life to win others’ approval.Nothing you will do will ever please or impress others enough. They’ll always want more and demand it from you. You must start LIVING FOR YOURSELF according your own mission. Do what YOU can do well and PERSEVERE at it, learning and pivoting on the way.As a young graduate, plenty of people told me what I should do. Doctor, lawyer, restauranteur, stockbroker, wouldn’t a stable, secure job like an accountant be nice? etc. Although I’m extroverted to the extreme, I actually don’t like working in teams and relying on others to get things done, plus my technical skills were passable at best. Sales appealed to my strengths in communication, writing, and persuasion. Despite everyone cautioning me against it, I took my first headhunting job right away and the rest is history.#2. Your mission makes your daily activities meaningful and will fuel you to signNow success faster. I recruited people in the pharmaceutical industry - my candidates who truly believed in the importance of their role and their impact on creating life-saving drugs found their jobs more enjoyable and exciting! Instead of dreading work and doing just the bare minimum to stay employed, they were highly attuned to: how they do their job better, who they needed to network with better to get the job done, and how else they can influence their industry/company/impact. They were highly engaged and were more likely to signNow the next stage in their careers due to the high quality of their work and their infectious positive energy.TIP: Hear why Doing What You Love actually creates a noticeable career advantage.#3. Your mission will push you to think bigger. Many people say they don’t really have a mission and are happy with status quo. I believe that is an unintentional lie. We’re so used to saying that we’re content, we’re happy with the cards that we’re dealt, we’re doing well, why complain (or strive for better)? These types of phrases undermine the capability within each individual. I truly believe that the economic value of people never realizing their potential is probably half of the existing GDP.Too many people have their dreams crushed from a young age, so just like in the movie Zootopia, the Dad and Mom bunny tell the main character, Judy Hops, that:“Ever wonder how your mom and me became so happy? We gave up on our dreams and settled. … That’s the beauty of complacency.”Having a mission will propel you to examine the next level-up of your potential. It’s no longer just about making XYZ dollars, achieving XYZ title, buying one house and one care, thinking yay! I achieved someone else’s definition of the American Dream. What is your own version of the American Dream? Why are you working so hard? What are you actually doing for the world? What is your legacy and fingerprint on this world? How many people can you influence more every day?It doesn’t have to be Bill Gates foundation big, but it can certainly be Big Brother Big Sister big. How else are you giving back to humanity? What causes can you contribute to?Thinking beyond just me, myself, and I (my family, my friends, etc.), who else or what else can you do on this earth while you’re here? It’s time to get out there and explore if you haven’t identified a cause to work for. Our humanity is in our ability to use what we have internally as gifts, and share it with the world. Is it your gift: singing, dancing, writing, acting, mentoring, motivating? By neglecting our true gifts, we’re depriving the world of our contributions!I have no doubt that if we all had the guts to pursue our missions day one, instead of waiting 10, 20, 30 years to do what we’ve always wanted to, we’d all be more happy, successful, and healthy.
Is it possible to prepare for UPSC within 4 months?This is my story. Only CSE aspirants can relate to this.I had left my job on 31st Jan 2017 and moved to my brother’s place in Ghaziabad from Bangalore. It was already February, 2017 when I started and the exam was to begin in June with the Prelims. And 4 months aren’t considered enough to comfortably finish the syllabus. Is it just a myth? I started reading the basic material from scratch for various subjects – Geography, History, Polity, Culture, and Environment. I finished the basic material by mid March along with basic current affairs (booklets of VisionIAS and Insights). I didn’t read any newspapers. Everything appeared to be simple until I started attempting questions of the past year. I also gave a mock test and got 57/200. This was pathetic.In order to qualify for next stage I would require around 120 marks to be on safe side. I thought that clearing the exam this year is too ambitious. Even if I cleared the prelims, I would surely not qualify for interview as I am not preparing for Mains in anyway- I was not following opinions in Newspapers, no answer writing practice, not even started on optional ie Mathematics which, I heard, requires generally 6-7 months for thorough preparation. Then if I am not qualifying this year, it means I have till June 2018 i.e., 16 months before I appear in the exam. This is a lot of time.When the application form for the exam came in March 2017, I decided to fill in as I felt that 6 allowed attempts are more than enough for me to try and if I fill the form I would at least spend my time productively preparing for the exam. I also signed up for a Prelims test series.Now, since I was not able to answer the questions in the past year exam, I decided to analyze further what was that I was missing. It appeared to me that the questions based on static portion of the syllabus could be solved from the basic material only if I can get a thorough grasp. Next, I started revision of all the basic books that I had read. I again gave a mock, the score declined to 54/200. :(Then I created notes from all the monthly current affairs modules collecting all the information that appeared relevant for the prelims. I did that because I had realized that before the actual exam, I would not be in a position to revise from so many pdfs. I reappeared in another mock and got 60/200. A little improvement but far from what is required. The month of March had ended.Unable to improve the score despite constant efforts was depressing. I looked at other available material that would help me and started reading that. It was a mistake as the cost-benefit ratio was very poor. I could hardly remember the new information and it was making the revision process very difficult. Therefore, I took a step back and restarted revision of my notes on current affairs, the basic books, and few chapters of year book. Did this process again and again and again. My score started improving slowly but steadily. I also enrolled for another prelims test series and there also my score was looking better test by test. By mid-May, I started feeling that I should be able to qualify given I continue my process of revision and solving mock tests.At the same time, I started reading PT365 materials, a lot of which was already familiar to me as I had prepared notes for monthly current affairs.Apart from knowledge, the prelims also requires calculated risk taking in the exam. A lot of questions can be solved only partially from the information we have, but still there remains a doubt among 2 options or 3 options. In such cases one cannot leave these questions, else it would be very difficult to get a score beyond 100. Here I used my intuition and attempted those question where I am able to eliminate 2 options and in some cases even when I could only eliminate one option but had a gut feeling towards right answer. Many times these guesses would turn out to be wrong, but overall contribution would remain positive. [out of 20 such questions 11 went wrong and 9 went correct, so I got 9 times 2 minus 11 times 2/3, which is positive]IPL and ICC Champions Trophy acted as stress buster during this time.Here is my test series score, the final 141/200 was just days before the prelims.This is how my revision plan looked.(Here PT is PT365 booklet- Vision+Insights; file, register, onenote, folded pages, etc are all my notes.)Now as I started scoring well in these modules, I came to conclusion that as I am reading their current affair material, I am bound to improve on my score as the questions are based out of that material itself. So, I tried online free pdf tests from few other sources and did reasonably well. One week before the actual prelims I realized that its highly likely that I would qualify in the prelims exam. But as my mains preparation were zero, I had a tough task ahead. Therefore, I had ordered notes for Mathematics 3 days before the prelims, in anticipation of success and to not waste any time if that happens.It was the day of ICC Champions Trophy final and India was to face Pak. India badly defeated Pakistan in an initial match but since then Pakistan team had gained new energy from somewhere and they defeated SA, SL and Eng to face India again in finals. Unfortunately, it was also the day of the Prelims exam for me, 18 June 2017.I took an early morning metro to signNow the venue. During my journey, I saw colorful coaching materials in hands of various aspirants and many were trying to revise in metro. I didn’t do that as I had been a student of probability. The expected value of such revision is negative in my opinion (you rarely get any question form that revision and such revision would not remain in your memory if its already not there, it also creates stress as you feel you don’t know so many things).Two hours exam and I attempted 85/100 questions, 55 of which I was sure of and rest attempted on probabilistic methods. Then CSAT was over by 4:30 pm. On my way back I got to know that Fakhar Zaman was playing well and India team was unable to get many wickets.As I signNowed my home, Pak had scored more than 300 and I checked that my score was around 140/200. Within few overs of Indian innings, I knew that Indian team had screwed up but fortunately I hadn’t.PS- I have added my test series score improvement pic to inspire future aspirants to keep working hard even when they don’t see big improvements. The results only show up after a time delay. Same with my timetable pic.See this for the books/ study material that I used in above phase. Tanmay Vashistha Sharma's answer to What was your optional subject? Can you give a fair booklist for every phase of the exam?I have received many messages regarding notes making for mains. Please have a look at this- Tanmay Vashistha Sharma's answer to How did you prepare for international relations for the UPSC?
How do I fill out an application form for a job at Aersopostale?Here's a website for you that has information about working at Aeropostale: AéropostaleOne of the answers in the FAQ says that you should visit the store that you'd like to work at so that you can meet the manager and fill out an application. They don't have online applications or printable ones, so going to the store seems like the only option.Good luck! :)
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