The debate "I appeared for an exam and it didnt go well. What should i do. Im so sad" was started by
May 24, 2018, 8:38 am.
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looks good. i'll try to do that. Thanks sir!
the thing is, you probably havent looked at school work for a few years so it's all foreign. sometimes buying a 30 dollar, or even a 200 dollar book to help you is a bargain compared to how expensive school is and the wasted extra time it will take to start your career and making the $$$
if you need some study tips I can help. I'm assuming the entrance exam wasnt medical based but mostly math and reading, like the SATs here in the states. they have tons of prep material with good strategies like making a 1 sentence summary for each paragraph in the reading comprehension section which makes the problems sooo easy.
as for math, get used to doing problems backwards. it confirms your answer and helps you get a grip on the logic behind the formulas, making them stick very well. also treat it like puzzles, something like sudoku or a hard video game instead of school work. it's a challenge but with the right perspective, math can be hella fun, even when it is hard.
well thanks for the suggestion . I scored 65% . Actually it was an university entrance test. I am currently serving the Colombian Army. The Army isnt for me so I tried applying for universities to study medicine but the exams nearly killed me.
And again, I 'm thankful to you.
but first. take a week off and re center yourself. do you for a bit. then hit the books harder
study harder. second time should be easier since your more familiar as long as you dont get scared.
or if you totally bombed (40% or lower) early in your program, maybe look for a different field.
what are you studying?