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04.04.2012

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How can I write a review on the subject of exmas in general? Of course, exams are always different according to the subjevt that you are taking - they may be written (which most of them these days!); practical ones (such as music/ food/ the like), or ones that you don't even know are exmas such as an observation and so on within the work place.

But with all of this said, anything these days could be classed as being an exam - therefore, take my advice and live your life just like it is an exam if you would just care to let me talk for a while.

An exam these days could be seen in the traditional sense of actually in fact being the usual sit down n a room full of people and write the answers to set questions or conduct yourself in a set manner (such as in a musical or a drama based exam). But as one of my most recent managers told me, treat life overall just like it is an exam - you are constantly being watched and marked on what you do, and so therefore conduct yourself in a manner as if you know that another person is watching or marking what you are doing. In other words, live life as best as you can as you don't know what you will be accountable to.

But back to the main subject of esams, and all that I will say is that you can never do enough revision or studying for an exam - you may think that you know it all, but chances are there will always be a trick question that will be out to get ou in some form or another. However with this said, always be as ready as you can be- don't stop revising until the very second hat you have to step in to the room to take an exam. That little bit of extra study may well be what takes you from one grade to the next, and so therefore cram a little bit more - after all, you won't know unless you have actually studied it!

One thing that I will say is that you should listen to whoever is teaching you, as they are only really telling you what they need to in order to get you through the exam. And so therefore take n board what they say to you, and make sure that you remember it as it could cost you dearly if you don't put the right thing down in the actual exam.

However these days, should you find yourself in the position that you were not able to pass an actual exam then don't fret - as the majority of them can be taken again in one forme or another either through your local school or through a college or university type setting. So don't worry if you don't have any of the necessary qualifications or suchlike that you may have hoped to have had, as no doubt you will be able to si tthem again in one form or another yet again at some point.

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afy9mab 04.04.2012 19:38

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