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When should the word “master's” or “ bachelor's” be capitalized with apostrophe s? [duplicate]

When I'm specifically not mentioning if its MS or MEngg degree. What is the correct way to say - pursuing master's/masters/Masters/Master's in Electrical Engineering and during my ...
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How does one mention “first class honors” and GPA correctly on a résumé?

On my résumé, I have the following: -----Bachelor of ABC, Institute of XYZ, Country----- "first class honors" and GPA I can't construct this line in a way that sounds completely ...
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Would the first letter of the middle of a name such as Christian de Duve need to be capitalized [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can a sentence start with a small letter? ... if you're beginning your sentence with it? Would it be like, "de Duev notes that the molecular world must necessarily... ", ...
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Is Addenbrooke's site/Site a proper noun?

Is Addenbrooke's site/ Addenbrooke's Site a proper noun or not? I think the answer depends on the context. The title of the article is Addenbrooke's Hospital, supposedly a proper noun. For instance, ...
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Case of USD — “United States Dollar” or “United States dollar”

What is correct, United States dollar or United States Dollar? In the examples below the emphasis is mine. Example 1 (context) The United States dollar (sign: $; code: USD; also abbreviated US$) ...
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Is using i instead of I for first person singular really bad? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it ok to use “i” in lowercase or should you always use “I” (uppercase)? Is using i instead of I for first person singular noticed as a bad ...