How to prepare for the examination?
Where there is a will, there is a way; this adage is self explanatory. If you have the will you will certainly take the bull by horn, I mean your examination. There will be instances where for various reasons you fail to devote enough time for your studies. It may be the illness, or some compelling family issues or you were busy with some other activities. Whatever is the reason, you will get to a situation where there is little time for you to prepare and perhaps I may call it you are in a state of zero preparation for the examination. You start to worry and panic grips your mind and your self confidence seldom works. This situation even affects your results.
But a matter of advice from me, never panic. As the adage I mentioned above says there will be a way and all that matters is how you are able to address the situation. Just consider these suggestions and perhaps that would do the trick.
Keep your head up:
Keep cool and never panic. I am sure you are aware that in a situation of panic, confusion over-rides you and in the bargain you lose confidence. There are instances when people have prepared just few hours before the examination and they have come out successfully. Perhaps you can be one among them if you remain calm and plan suitably.
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Imagine the thrill when you travel in space, miles away from the mother earth. You are in a zero gravity, weightless environment and you roam around and above all see the mother earth from the sky. It is a situation to be experienced than being explained. Don’t you think it is an astronomical experience?! Now, if you choose ‘Astronaut’ as your career; it is something unimaginable; you add pleasure to the thrill. This is one of the most promising careers and to tell you the truth it has limited opening. This is because an astronaut has to successfully pass through many parameters. For example, an astronaut should be good in physics and mathematics. He must have good health and it is only then he can opt to take up this career.
Now let us understand more about this career. As I told you, after your 10 + 2 education in science, you can choose Aerospace Engineering or choose Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry or Biology as your specialized subject. Thereafter, you can take up postgraduate course and PhD if you desire. Your path to Astronaut career starts after you successfully complete your degree in any of the subjects mentioned above. Then you will have to take up the appropriate courses for being a mission engineer or specialist. For this purpose you will have to take up the examination conducted by NASA. Your selection depends on several factors like your health, ability to communicate, your participation in the team, ability to withstand psychological buildup and these should be supported by exceptional academic performance. In addition to this, you must have the ability to work in an environment which is literally cramped.
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They say when the student is ready the teacher appears, hence it is a form of mentoring we all need in our personal and professional lives. In the career world as well, we do find mentors galore to help us with care and respect. And they befriend us to help us learn how to climb the ladder of success too. Genuine mentors would have no ulterior motives of their own, their main aim is to unconditionally help you, because they want you to succeed at work. And it is certainly a blessing to have them around in your professional life, believe me!!
Some organizations have mentoring programs, such as “buddy up”, “big bro” or “big sis” as well. Here the experienced or seasoned employees of the company would volunteer to be of help and would spend time with you to show you ways on how to be better at work. They would also help you with tips on how to conduct and balance the thin line between professional and personal ways. And this they would do by practicing what they preach, if you don’t find that happening in your mentor, you sure didn’t find the right one to coach you then. Read more…
Now I am going to talk from experience here and it doesn’t mean this is solely my experience, but it also is what I have noticed around. When you start your career, you should be very careful about how you portray your image. Image profiling in the corporate world should be balanced, and yes you should have fun at work too. But overdoing on the serious bit or even on the casual fun at work bit can break your reputation. Your colleagues wouldn’t take you seriously, and let’s not even get started on what your bosses would think while appraising you in the next six months.
Hence, here I am to give you 10 tips that you shouldn’t do when you begin your corporate life, hence please read on and be well informed for the same;
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The decision of choosing an apt career is the most important thing in a person’s life. It is okay to feel stressed and burdened down with the extreme pressure for choices are large. However, one should never get into the habit of procrastination and avoid making the colossal decision at all. If you wish to make a career choice, we are here to help you with the entire decision-making process. Below, we shall enumerate the ways in which you can make the best career choice for yourself. However, here you should know that the choice or a successful career will matter from one individual to another, simply because different individuals associate different meanings to the concept of success.
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Bothered about your grades at school? Cant do well in the summative or formative exams at school! Don’t panic we are here with a solution to all your problems. Be it school grades , university marks or even entrance exams, all you need to do is to stay glued to your computer screen and keep reading this article to increase your marks and grades!
- Take Proper Notes: Your notes should contain all the information you need to write for your exam and one should try re-writing them once home as studying should be active. One should not just re-read them as that is very passive because it is too easy for one to loose concentration or to take a nap while re-reading the notes! These notes should be well organized and neat for future reference as you can study more efficiently from these notes during examination time.Taking Proper Notes also helps in
- Remembering what you were taught in a class
- Keeps you awake and forces you to pay attention to what is being taught.Make sure your notes are easy to read and to review.
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India has emerged as an examination hub in Asia for Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH) with city-based Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital being appointed as the centre for clinical examination.
With this development, Indian doctors will no longer have to go to the UK and can now obtain an international qualification in India itself.
They will be allowed to use the designation “MRCPCH (UK)” with their names in their practice once they clear the tests here, says a release here.
The written examination for the MRCPCH was first held in India in 2009 and since then the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital had been the centre for the written examination in Mumbai, but candidates had to go to the UK to take the Clinical Examination.
However, the Kokilaben Ambani Hospital will hold the Clinical Examination for MRCPCH for the first time in Mumbai on June 16 and 17, the release said.
(Source: Times of India)