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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Jrooz Review Center Gets Top Registration Agent Awards by British Council Philippines in 2014

Philippines, January 21, 2015 - Jrooz Review Center was awarded as the top 5 and 6th IELTS registration agent in the Philippines for FY 2014 by the British Council. Jrooz Cebu was top 2 IELTS registration agent in the Visayas while Jrooz Makati secured the top 5th spot in the National Capital Region (NCR) category.

Known for its quality review and training programs, Jrooz continues to provide affordable IELTS courses to Filipinos and foreigners who hopes to pass the IELTS test. It has five branches all over the Philippines – Makati, Manila, Cebu, Davao, and Baguio. Check out the latest promos and events of Jrooz Review Center by visiting them on their offices or contact them via the following:

Jrooz Manila: Unit 409 and 412 Dona Felisa Syjuco Building, 1872 Remedios Street corner Taft Avenue Ermita, Metro Manila
(02) 846-4532 | 09209519546

Jrooz Makati: 1514 Cityland Herrera Towers Valero cor. Rufino St. Salcedo Village, Makati City
(02) 555-0013 | 09178954671

Jrooz Cebu: Unit 1601 Metrobank Plaza F. OsmeƱa Blvd., Cebu City
(032) 266-2822 | 09178657669

Jrooz Davao: Suite 2 Jaltan Bldg. C.M. Recto Corner Bonifacio Street, Davao City
(082) 282-4479 | 09178941546

Jrooz Baguio: Unit 3, 3rd floor ECCO Building, Assumption Road corner General Luna Road, Baguio City, Philippines
(074) 422-7745 | 09276252505

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About Jrooz Review Center:

JROOZ REVIEW CENTER was established in 2001 in order to bring the best possible opportunity for Filipinos looking to reach the standards in the English language (IELTS and TOEFL IBT) that are required by many overseas universities, professional bodies and immigration departments.

JROOZ REVIEW CENTER also trains students who wish to pass the Physical Therapists exams and become licensed Physical Therapists either in the Philippines (PT exam) or in the U.S. (NPTE exam).

The center maintains branches in Makati, Manila, Cebu, Davao and Baguio and has achieved an enviable record of successes through its highly-developed curriculum and its dedication to employing the best available instructors.


Wednesday, January 7, 2015

How to Organize Your Thoughts in Writing an Essay

Thinking of ideas on what to write could possibly the first problem people have when they are asked to write an essay. Though a topic is already given, getting the right angle for the essay can be tricky. There are a lot of people who consider writing essays as difficult. However, writing, in truth, is pretty easy when the person knows how to organize his or her thoughts for the essay. How can one write a good essay?

Writing an outline

Outlines are like framework of the essay. It is with the outline that the writer will be able to organize his ideas. Ideas can be organized according to its time order or its importance. Brainstorming for ideas comes in to this stage. One can generate a lot of ideas at first. Then, these ideas have to be grouped. Examine the ideas to which group can have a strong support to the main argument of the essay. Eliminate weak ideas and those which do not directly address the argument. Once you are done with brainstorming and the outline, it is now time to write the essay.

An introduction welcomes the reader to the essay. It is where the writer gets the interest of the reader to continue reading the essay. A perfectly written introduction can awaken the curious mind of the reader. Writers should always remember to write the main argument in this part. As the reader sees and understands the main idea, expectations are set for the essay.


The body of the essay contains the supporting ideas and details to the main argument. Writers should indicate clearly the reason they have. Reasons should be made general in order to further explain the idea in the succeeding sentences. Further, topic sentences should be clear and concise.

There should be at least two body paragraphs. One paragraph should contain one idea. This idea is further elaborated by giving examples. The discussion should be from the general idea down to specific details.


A good essay has a closure – a summary of all the ideas discussed. Conclusions should not discuss further the idea. Conclusions can either leave a question to the reader or provide a solution to the argument. It can be optional to essays, but it is advised to any writer to include a conclusion to any of their writings.

A lot may have problems on writing essay, but the best thing to do is to practice. Start by writing simple journals and write longer essays on specific topics in the long run. Writing is fun. Let it be an outlet of what you are feeling inside.