"Some advice" or "some advices" as in "I got some advice / advices for you"? So, Which is correct?
In Oxford Learner's Dictionaries, "advice" is uncountable noun, so "Some advice" is the correct one.
However, googling "some advices" returns 400K results and in fact many formal English articles / news use "some advices" as in this article on Yahoo News: "Real World 101: What Every Graduate Should Know".
Although graduating from college is a great accomplishment which should be recognized, it is not the end. In fact, it is just the beginning of a totally new phase in life which the graduates are unfamiliar with. Below are some advices for the new graduates that are not thought in schools.
So, I think "some advices" could be accepted as an alternative to "some advice" though it is not 100% accurate.