isnin yg sgt mengujakan daku...

salam isnin kepada semua...miahahhaha..awat aku agak formal kali ini yaa?? hahhahaa..jwpn nyaaaa.."suka hati aku la nk tulis apa! hahahaaa" amekkk kw..hehhee..sorry..xtw npaa daku terlebih excited kali ini...padahal org laen yg exam...wkakaka..siapakah yg exam itu??? (treo menanya lae oo) mstilahh student2 UiTM kn...kampus cawangan KK..di sini aku nk ucapkan.."BEST OF LUCK TO ALL CANDIDATE" msty jantung tgh "dupdapdupdap" kn??

Di sini aku nk share skit tips menghadapi exam..baca la kalo nk baca erk..(dlm bi lak..hehe)

1.Find out what overall percentage the examination has in relation to assessed course work.

2.Make sure you know which courses are examined - e.g. information from seminars (as well as lectures).

3.If work covered in seminars is assessed, find out who writes the questions - does each tutor (if there are several) contribute a question - which ones? Do different seminar groups follow slightly different patterns with different pacing? How far are they standard/non standard - how is this reflected (or not) in examination questions?

[If questions are standard for all groups, then it is in your interests to discuss seminar topics with members of different seminar groups.]

4.Old examination papers - get hold of these as soon as possible (many are now available on the web). They will give you an idea of:

a.The format and structure of the exams - how much/how little choice do you have in answering questions?

b.The percentage of marks per question (ask).

c.Potentially high scoring questions (e.g. questions with maths/stats/calculations can attract potential full marks – which essay-type questions cannot do).

d.Timing - overall time allocated for the whole examination and time available for each question, to give you an idea of quantity and standard - how much you have to cover within the given time limits.

e.Likely questions - if you know what the likely questions are in terms of type of question as well as content) this will alert you to answers you come across in lectures, reading etc. Look at question trends over a number of years, if possible, to spot the 'chestnuts' which are likely to be included.

f.Study individual questions and try to break them down into sub-topics - i.e. the little questions to be answered which make up the much bigger questions. (Something similar to what you do with essay titles - this should help you identify what is relevant/irrelevant, but remember your time limits!).

source : kat sini

fuhhh..aku lak yg terasa debaran nyaaa....aku pnyya paper dis wed weyy..gabra gilaa aku...hope smua nyaa berjalan lancar jer laaa erkk..AMIN....hmmm...ary niee "DIA" ada paper.."buat leklok yer yangg" Ceyh pesanan...heheee..lantak aku! ahaahaa..k.laa..tu sejaa yg mmpu ku ungkapkan saat ini...

moga bertemu lagi d en3 akn dtgg..



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