Sort the resistors. You have seven 10kΩ resistors, two 1kΩ, and one 3.3kΩ. You can tell the value from the colored bands. Just keep ‘em separated.
 Bend the legs so the resistors will fit in their places.
 Put in the first few 10kΩ resistors. They can point in either direction. Gently bend the leads on the other side of the board to keep them in place.
 Flip the board over and solder the leads to the pads. Remember, great joints are shiny, volcano-shaped, not blobby, and cover both the lead and the pad. Some joints will be harder to solder than others; just continue to add heat until the solder flows smoothly. Never apply solder directly to the tip of the iron.
 Trim down the leads nice and short.
 Solder in the rest of the 10kΩ resistors.
 Solder in the 1kΩ resistors, then the 3.3kΩ resistor. This picture just shows the 1kΩ resistors, but you should add the 3.3kΩ too!
 Make sure all the leads are trimmed nice and short.
 Here’s a closer view of trimmed leads. Notice the shiny joints.