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Be certain to take breaks between research hours. It is important and healthy to give thoughts some refreshing rest. You are able to perform your hobbies or pass time doing the things you like such as singing, painting, or listening to music.

The brain should stay away from research on a regular basis to extract and store maximum information inside. Exam preparation is a long and exhausting task. However, the process gets easier with ideal planning.

Below are a few of the top steps you can take to get a more effective assessment preparation- Making a Time-table: Make mock evaluations a crucial part of your preparation. It is extremely helpful in giving thoughts on paper pattern and structure. Pick previous years' question papers from the current market and practice to enhance your prep and reacting rate.

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This is a portion of studying smart and nothing beats analyzing clever. Make studying more effective using modern technologies like study apps, online tests, etc.. This way, you can combine the traditional and contemporary ways of studying resulting in an interesting yet effective outcome.

In the current age, there are many programs that offer general knowledge on a daily basis/ exam notifications, and more, and this is very beneficial for preparing competitive exams like UPSC, SSC exams, etc.. Take breaks between: Researching hard does not mean studying until the very last minute of this period of exam.

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When it is time to put in the examination hall to actually write the papers, make sure to put the books off 20-30 minutes prior. This may give your mind an opportunity to relax and gather the data that has been stored during the earlier hours of prep. Keep taking mock evaluations: The initial and most crucial step is the creation of a schedule. With a correct time-table, you are able to map out the amount of syllabus and subjects which it is possible to cover during the planned moment.

It's always better to place time in the morning because that's when the brain is fresh and also the ability to consume more is in the summit. Provided that there are people who prefer to study at night, if that's your clinic, ensure a proper 6-8 hours of sleep to get proper rest. Using study programs :

 

Bank Probationary Officer (PO) exam is one among the well known bank exams in India. Bank PO exams are a gateway to officer and clerical posts in various private and public banks. This examination is tough to crack and needs quality preparation. Let's discuss the examination pattern and the various books which can be helpful for candidates.

General Information about Bank PO exam:

This exam has a preliminary examination of 2 hours duration and is objective type. Preliminary examination has four sections:

1) Test of Reasoning

2) Quantitative Aptitude

3) General Awareness/Computer knowledge

4) English Language

Only candidates who clear the preliminary examination are allowed to go ahead to the next round. The main examination is 3 hours duration and this is a combination of objective and descriptive type examination.

The objective type examination is of 2 hours duration and consists of the following:

1) Test of Reasoning

2) Data Analysis and Interpretation

3) Marketing Knowledge

4) English Language

The descriptive type examination will be on English knowledge and has time duration of 60 minutes. Candidates who clear the main examination with the minimum percentile are called for group discussion and interview.

There are many concepts covered in each of these sections and it's very essential that candidates prepare for all these sections.

Reasoning ability: This checks candidate's ability in the following sections:

1) Analogy in figures, words and Numerics.

2) Series completion

3) Coding and decoding

4) Insert the missing character

5) Classification

Quantitative Aptitude:

1) Simple and compound interest

2) Area and volume

3) Percentage

4) Profit and loss

5) Work and time

6) LCM/HCF

7) Simple fraction

General Awareness:

1) Constitution of India

2) Current economic affairs

3) Indian Geography, economy and history

4) Sports

5) Computer knowledge

English:

1) Vocabulary

2) Prepositions

3) Comprehension

4) Synonyms/Antonyms

5) Grammar

6) Comprehension

There are many books which can help candidates. These books cover all the above sections and provide old question papers which are of great help. Some of the well known bank p o officer's exams books are

1) IBPS Bank PO/MT Descriptive English by Kiran Prakashan

2) Bank PO Planner by Upscportal

3) Bank PO Practice test papers by Jha S N

4) Bank PO Guide by SC Gupta

5) Previous paper for Bank PO with detailed solutions by K Kundan

Candidates can now buy bank p o officers exams books online. Online book shops have a better collection of books and discounted rates. These books are available in box collections, where you have the best set of bank PO books at good rates. These online book shops have festive offers where you get the best deals of the year. So, buy bank p o officers exams books online in India and be part of this new trend.



Source by Sabitha Malhotra

Cisco Certified Designed Professional is the acronym of CCDP. This certification validates the principles as well as advanced knowledge of network design concepts. With the help of CCDP certification, it determines to design and also to create advanced routing and addressing, network management, security, data center, Multicast complex in IP which is multilayered architectures including wireless applications/domains as well as private networking. The curriculum of CCDA certification includes building up of multilayered switched networking, building up of internetworks that are scalable and network architecture designing.

In order to obtain this CCDP certification, candidate must hold their CCNA as well as CCDA certification. This is the main eligibility for appearing to CCDP examination. If a candidate is holding the main eligibility, then the candidate can attend this CCDP certification examination.

CCDA certification examination:

CCDA certification examination shall be classified in to 2 routes. One is two exams route and the other route is three exams. Candidate can choose any one route to obtain the certification.

Route 1:

1) BSCI (Building up of scalable Cisco Internetworks) or 642-901 BSCI which is of 90 minutes duration.

2) BCMSN (Building up of Cisco multilayer Switched networks) or 642-812 BCMSN which is of 90 minutes duration.

3) ARCH (designing of Cisco networking service architectures) or 642-871 ARCH which is 90 minutes duration with approximately 65 questions.

Route 2:

1) BSCI (Building up of scalable Cisco Internetworks) and BCMSN (Building up of Cisco multilayer Switched networks) or 642-892 composite- combined examination in 2 hours duration.

2) ARCH (designing of Cisco networking service architectures) or 642-871 ARCH which is 90 minutes duration with approximately 65 questions.

The only difference between the two routes exams is one combined examination in route 2. The exam pattern will be of multiple choice questions, simulations as well as drag and drop etc. Candidate can take their exam in any of the Pearson VUE test center or prometric test center.

Certification validity is up to 3 years. After this validity period, recertification exam has to be taken by passing any current CCIE exam or any 642 professional level examinations. Examination fee is charged to the candidates for appearing the examination.



Source by Alina Michael

To diagnose a lymphoma case if very difficult because many of the lymphoma symptoms are similar to those of other medical conditions. However, based on the symptoms, you may suspect a lymphoma case and go see a doctor, where you will have a physical examination. Only through this thorough examination, and sometimes x- rays, your doctor can diagnose you with lymphoma.

When you go see your physician for an examination because you suspect a lymphoma case, here is what to expect: he / she will start to palpate all your lymph nodes. They are located in your neck, right under your chin, around your tonsils, your elbows, shoulders, in your groin area and under your arms. Besides this examination of these areas of your body in order to properly diagnose lymphoma, your doctor will also feel your abdomen and chest to see if there is any swelling there as well. Your liver and spleen will also be examined by palpation. If your doctor, after this examination, believes that there is a presence of lymphoma, further test will be made. The physical examination is just the beginning of the lymphoma diagnoses process. The test that are made after the examination will serve to better determine if you are indeed suffering from lymphoma or not. A biopsy, x- rays, blood tests and scans are the next tests that you will have to take in order to be diagnosed with lymphoma. If the results in those lymphoma tests
are inconclusive, then you will probably also have to take a bone marrow test.

Lymphoma symptoms are not enough to diagnose this disease, because they can also be associated with other diseases as well. However, they serve to give you an idea that something is wrong. Here are some of the most common symptoms of lymphoma:

- swollen nodes, which are painless is the primary lymphoma sign;

- anemia, loose weight and fatigue also tell you that you might be suffering from lymphoma;

- fever and sweating, mostly at night, for no apparent reason are also signs that indicate a lymphoma case;

- shortness of breath and an annoying, persistent cough are also lymphoma symptoms;

- itching, sometimes all over your body is one of the lymphoma signs as well;

There are also some other symptoms which can indicate a lymphoma case, but they are less common. Back pain or swollen tissues are some of the rare lymphoma symptoms. They appear because your lymph nodes can actually compress some of your nerves.



Source by Groshan Fabiola

Examinations are just round the corner and stress levels running high. Examination are a time of anxiety and nervousness-not only for students but parents too. So it is necessary-besides studying hard-to focus on eating habits, sleep patterns, mental and physical fitness. Here are a few tips to beat the examination blues.

Eat Right And Proper

A balanced diet is important. Fresh fruits and vegetables provide children with energy and increase their ability to concentrate. With a healthy diet of vegetables, fiber and fruits, your minds stays alert.Avoid junk food. Spicy and salty food just prior to the exams can lead to a lot of sluggishness during the exams. Tea, coffee and chocolates should be avoided as they tire you out soon.

Avoid Stressful People

Seriously,stress is contagious. Resist the urge to have a study session with your super-tense friend, especially if she's complaining about all the work she has to do. Her stress will only add to yours. Make a revision timetable and start revising early.

Your Eyes Need Care

Exam time means a lot of reading,writing,stress and strain. Make sure not to over exert or strain the eyes. Make sure there is ample light in the room where the child is studying. Reading with a night lamp is a strict no-no.Have a good posture. Use a table and a chair to study and write. Don't lean on the table or read in the sleeping position for a long time as it will strain your eyes.

Sleep Is Important

Get a good night's sleep the night before, and a decent breakfast in the morning. Don't stay awake all night to study. Don't hit the bed immediately after studies; a few minutes are needed to get out of the 'book-mode'. A short walk,a glass of water or just glancing through magazines before going off to sleep will help you to de-stress.

Be Positive

Don't beat yourself up about things, instead be nice to yourself. Make a quick list of five things you have done that you are proud of. This will put you in the good mood. Visualize it all going right.

Chill Out

If you are starting to lose it take a bit of time to relax yourself. Tell yourself how well you are doing. Stand up straight and smile, you will feel a bit better straight away.



Source by Rohit Tomar

Conventionally, examinations are regarded as a method of assessment of students who have gone through one level of education or another at the end of a term, semester or academic year.

However, among other disturbing developments which the industry is experiencing in the country nowadays, the incidence of examination malpractices in the Nigerian educational system is a cardinal one that is fast assuming a level of national and international embarrassment and dangerous dimension. It is a damaging epidemic, which if not cured soon, may destroy the nation's all-important education sector.

Examination malpractices are generally described as wrongdoings before, during or after examinations. And, without mincing words, these are having telling, negative effects on the nation's quality of education, just as many school leavers and graduates can no longer defend their certificates. As sinister as this endemic trend may appear, urgent measures need to be adopted for the cankerworm not to destroy the nation's future completely before long: it's too critical to be neglected. And, this is certainly, another cogent reason Nigeria needs moral renaissance and value regeneration in all aspects of its national life.

How does one describe what an examination malpractice is? According to Nwana (2000), examination malpractice is described as the "massive and unprecedented abuse of rules and regulations pertaining to internal and public examinations, beginning from the setting of such examinations through the taking of the examinations, their marking and grading, to the release of the results and the issuance of certificates."

In a similar vein, an academic has attempted another description of this unbridled phenomenon as "the act of omission or commission intended to make a student pass examination without relying absolutely on his/her independent ability or resources."

Certain research findings, conclusions, instructive and informed submissions of educationalists, academics, and other top stakeholders in this special sector of the nation's economy, however, have indicated that there had been one form of examination malpractice or the other before since in the early 1970s when "mass cheating was first perpetrated in WAEC" (West African Examinations Council).

Perhaps, this realisation jolted the examination body at the secondary school level to examine critically, various manifestations and extent of this retrogressive inclination. It reportedly, categorised the different forms of examination malpractice as including bringing in foreign materials to exam halls, irregular activities inside and outside examination halls, collusion, impersonation, leakage, mass cheating and insult/assault on supervisors during exams.

Other forms of exam malpractices identified by WAEC include assistance of candidates by invigilators to answer or have clue to difficult concepts, while some invigilators also go to the extent of answering some parts of the question for candidates, aside from other forms as "giraffing, contraband, bullet, super print, escort, missiles, and pregnant biros."

Nonetheless, what has happened to the survival of the country's education system from that time till this day? Unfortunately, in the continued 21st Century, examination malpractices of varying sorts, forms and manifestations, incontrovertibly, have worsened and become a national problem. The unbecoming tendency voraciously, continues to eat deep into the social fabric, right from primary schools to tertiary institutions of learning across the Nigerian Federation. It is no wonder then, that the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), of recent, passionately asked the National Assembly to declare a state of emergency in the education sector so as to consciously revamp the lost glory of the once thriving industry.

While many stakeholders in the sector yet, believe that the prevalent malaise the education sector is not only perpetrated by the students alone, but also with the active connivance of other stakeholders, including teachers, security agents, exam invigilators, printers, supervisors, and the like, exam malpractices have equally been described by some in the know of the pervasiveness of the disheartening trend as "perennial and institutionalised multibillion Naira business", on which some depraved individuals, groups and institutions feed fat in the country as of now.

But then, a pertinent question any honest-minded Nigerians ought to ask themselves at this juncture is: How did Nigeria get to this decadent state in its education industry? Just as some major stakeholders and experts severally, have expressed heartfelt concerns about the continual damage continual exam malpractices are wreaking on the nation, a number of factors have been advanced for this ugly development.

Among other reasons adduced for the astronomical increase in exam malpractices in recent years are that in certain cases, "questions are not related to the syllabus", and consequently, examination malpractices are encouraged. It's also, been alleged that subject syllabuses are overloaded and difficult for exam candidates, so they often times find it difficult to cope. But, are these tenable excuses for dubious candidates and their depraved collaborators to engage in exam irregularities? It's simply indefensible for candidates to resort to exam irregularities. It's believed that with determined, conscious efforts at succeeding in any worthwhile endeavour, including examinations, "where there is a will, there is a way."

Many students' rising lack of seriousness and preparedness to take on their future, as many believe that most learners these days are "not ready to learn". For instance, it's been observed that in most public schools in particular, students are seen roaming the streets, while some seen with home video cassettes and compact disks (CDs/DVDs) and others playing football during school hours.

Similarly, in a desperate attempt at freezing parents financially, there have been established instances in which exam live questions are hurriedly solved by school managements in collusion with hired exam writers, impersonators oftentimes in "private schools' principals' offices" in order to please the parents to the detriment of their children's future prospect. And, these key school officers are expected to be role models, paragons of forthrightness, honesty, and integrity to these young ones, aren't they?

It's been established that this anomaly is usually perpetrated simultaneously, as students write theirs in exam halls, after which copies of such exam solutions are made and distributed to their students for mass copying, thereby turning their schools into sanctuaries of exam malpractices at worst. Reports say examiners are, indeed, getting wiser in tracking such anomalies in exam answer scripts in recent times.

Certain concerned educationists, among others reasons, equally, have hinged the widespread exam malpractices at different levels of education in the Nigerian system to sloppy emphasis on paper qualifications, low moral standards in schools, '419' syndrome, candidates' lack of confidence in themselves, fear of failure due to insufficient preparations, outright laziness, declining societal value system resulting in all sorts of get-rich-quick arrangements, gradual loss of values such as industry and enterprise in achieving any sustainable personal success as well poor professional standards and inappropriate curricular for training of teachers.

It's thus, no wonder that many parents and guardians who are beginning to understand the gimmicks of certain schools in "cooking" excellent results for their children and wards in order to please them. As a result of this widespread evil practice, many parents are becoming disillusioned by the day.

But, where have all these left the nation's educational system in recent times? The implications on the stakeholders in particular and the Nigerian society in general have been weighty and multifarious. One is the entrenched thinking that cheating in examinations pays, against the backdrop of the fact that societal values are fast on the decline.

However, many of these corrupt stakeholders who hitherto had been making much money from the irregularities, desperately, are finding it harder and more tasking than ever to disabuse the minds of these young ones, that examination frauds do not pay and will not take them far in life.

Exam irregularities, again, have instigated groundswell of criticisms from unusual quarters over the credibility of certificates award to school leavers and graduates from our institutions of higher learning. Stark incompetence, lack of basic employable and communication skills, declining national capacity-building, mindless official corruption in different sectors of the economy have become the obvious characteristics of the existing system.

A soul-searching question to ask all the stakeholders is this: Is it surprising in the least that many parents and guardians, irrespective of their financial capability, now seek admissions for their children and wards into tertiary institutions, whether registered or not, in neighbouring African countries as Benin Republic, Ghana and South Africa, not to mention those leaving Nigeria for the Americas, Europe and Asia to acquire education? Checks have revealed that a lot of them, including the nation's leadership seem to have lost confidence in the beleaguered education sector.

People who are still sceptical about the deepening adverse effects of exam malpractices in Nigerian schools, colleges and institutes need to listen to human capital recruitment professionals, HR experts and corporate trainers when they relate their frustrations over terrible experiences they do have with many job applicants' lack of employable cum simple communication skills, when faced with the task of selecting suitable hands from scores of job applicants for positions in both public and private sector organisations across the country.

Thus, "chances are that the average graduate we get today will not fit into any job because some of them cannot speak Basic English; some cannot write a simple letter. The quality is so bad that you spend a fortune training them without getting any result, because some things that should have happened earlier in their lives did not happen, Mrs. Ijeoma Rita Obu, a human capital development professional and CEO of Clement Ashley Consulting, once lamented in her chat with BusinessDay.

Many believe Nigeria cannot afford to overlook the obvious worsening, damaging effects of examination malpractices heartlessly crushing the soul of the education industry. Failure to address this growing negative drift sure would jeopardise any genuine efforts being intensified towards realising the needed capacity-building for the attainment of Vision 20-2020 economic objective.

Contrary to an express suggestion by the National Assembly that the Nigerian Universities should stop the conduct of post-Universities Matriculation Examinations (post-UME) tests being administered by these institutions, it is instructive that the concerned authorities need to improve on the internal mechanisms of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and operations of related exam bodies in Nigeria. The lawmakers, nonetheless, need to realise that if such inadequacies, including examination malpractices and candidates' poor preparations for the challenges of tertiary education had not been identified by these academics in the nation's Ivory Tower earlier, the idea of post-UME would not have arisen in the first place. One believes these institutions, either directly or indirectly, ought to be in involved in determining the quality of candidates to be admitted for various academic programmes.

Therefore, to revive the fortune of the nation's education industry, proper planning, efficient administration, supervision, adequate funding for the provision of teaching and learning facilities, and motivation of teachers, instructors, and other key stakeholders via timely payments of their salaries, commissions, and stipends are quite consequential, since the success of any educational system largely, depends on these measures.

Though JAMB, WAEC, National Examinations Council (NECO), National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) and National Teachers Institute (NTI), among others are reportedly making efforts at blacklisting and derecognising some schools and exam centres over confirmed irregularities for certain periods of time, appropriate governmental authorities also, must complement their efforts by applying diligently, the provision of Examination Malpractice Act 33 of 1999, stipulating punishment ranging from a fine of N50, 000 to N100, 000 and imprisonment for a term of 3-4 years with or without option of fine, in order to serve as a deterrent to other internal and external examination fraudsters who yearly feed fat on these illegalities.

Save for the rising low moral standards in many schools, colleges and other institutions of learning these days, aside from parents and other upright individuals in the society, teachers and instructors naturally, should serve as role models to today's students but tomorrow's leaders. Some morally bankrupt teachers, instructors, school principals and proprietors/proprietresses who have continued to connive with hired examination writers to turn their schools into havens for exam malpractices, while deceiving many parents with cooked 'fantastic' examination results of their children and wards, should desist from this shameful act. Any of them caught in the act should be prosecuted by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences commission (ICPC). What such ones do is nothing but economic sabotage, as they are destroying the nation's future today.

Government at all levels, as a matter of priority, should stop paying lip-service to the provision of required teaching and learning facilities in the schools, timely payment of staff salaries and fringe benefits in order to minimise corruption in the nation's educational system. The practice in which Government officials and politicians mindlessly, send their children and wards abroad on the bills of tax payers' money for better scholarship, just as Nigeria's school system rots away under the deadweight of avoidable problems will not help in restoring confidence in the system.

Therefore, all stakeholders within the nation's educational system should uphold the sanctity of examinations, so that quality may be restored to the failing system. Everyone is required to be committed to change and be part of this necessary change in which moral instruction, self-discipline could be employed to manage examination malpractices in Nigerian schools. Quality education remains an amazing instrument for sustainable national development.



Source by Olugbenga Kayode

As the aura of education keeps expanding its horizon throughout numerous dimensions; challenges and competitions from various fields also sprouted from one phase to more highly standards of education. Aspirants who want to excel and serve their country are very much on their verge to take a step that would mould them perfectly in facing any challenge that would prop out in escalating education aspects of the country as well as the entire world. In order to make these aspirants reach their targeted destinations, many good coaching centers and institutes are mushroomed with well equipped technology, tools, informations and guidance to sharpen their brains and qualify various examinations of the country.

Entrance examinations have become the most current buzz and the important part of career building in every student's life. As almost all the courses provided by the colleges of India today conduct tests to take admission in respective courses, therefore, students from all across the country apply for entrance examinations. Nowadays, qualifying examinations have proved to be a kind of license for students in pursuing their any chosen course or academic degree or service and in further proceeding with it. This concept is taken by the students as well justified which let them keep up their spirits to seek an admission for a coaching class based on the subject of their choice and interest.

There are various excellent coaching institutes in Delhi based upon various academic fields and respective services. Civil Service Examination/UPSC is regarded as the toughest examination in the country. It includes IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS etc; these are some of the premier services in India that offers a quality, attractive and challenging career for everyone with endless enthusiasm and reputation. Getting into one these services will make an individual handle all government affairs, the framing, implementation of policies at the central and district level and other important functioning of the country. To make aspirants crack this Civil Service Examination with confidence, coaching institutes like RAU'S, Vajiram, Chanakya etc are established with high standards of discipline, quality academic learning, good ambient and sound management.

Coming to the field of engineering, there is great improvement in the number of applications pouring in from entire parts of the nation for AIEEE, IIT JEE, GATE, etc. to get admitted into the top engineering colleges. This makes it clear that engineering discipline is not running out of track. It keeps on advancing with the proceeding years. To drive students success in pursuing this dynamic field, AIEEE coaching institutes, IIT-JEE coaching institutes and GATE coaching institutes are making their best way to provide guidance, strategic study plan, relevant study materials, perfect information with solved papers and conduct mock tests to make them able to face any exam pattern with esteem. Some distinguished AIEEE coaching institutes in Delhi are: - Core Academy, FIIT-JEE Limited, Brilliant Tutorials, and Career Point etc. Similarly if we seek for apt IIT JEE coaching institutes in Delhi: we will stumble upon names such as: - Aakash, Bansal Classes, FIITJEE Limited etc. Some of the names which stands out from the rest when it comes to GATE coaching institutes are: MADE EASY DELHI, Dronacharya (for Electronics and Electrical), GATE Forum Delhi (for test series)

For students who have utmost interest in MBA also have the golden chances in getting through it by clearing those exams like CAT, XAT, and MAT etc. Here, Verbal Ability, Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning and Quantitative Ability are the three basic segments that applied in these examinations to scrutinize only the eligible candidates. Good coaching centers in Delhi regarding MBA are Career Makers, Genesis, Career school, TIME, Trump and Gates, etc.

There are also excellent coaching centers for exams like NET, JRF and SLET. Some well known coaching institutes for such exams are Gyanbindu academy, VPM Classes, Grass root Academy etc.

It is always better do a bit of intricate research on the internet pertaining to its performance, resources, admission fees and faculties before you select any suitable coaching institute. These institutes are offering tutorial classes that will help such aspiring individuals amazingly to fulfill their lives goal based on educational qualification with hope and confidence.



Source by Jack White Sam

On the way to the CPA Review Center

I have to walk fast, and find a passenger bus that can lead me to the central part of the city where the CPA (Certified Public Accountants) Review Center is. It is a Saturday, and nearing 12 noon. I hope the traffic is not horrible so I can reach the review center before noon break. I would have been there earlier, had I not been anywhere else, first. But personal things are a priority, so there I was praying mightily that I can manage to make it on time.

The CPA Review

As a professor in one of the local colleges in the city, I often wondered how our students were faring in the CPA pre-board exams. These come two times - the first pre-board and the second pre-board examination. After that, would be the CPA Board Examination that takes place every October and May of the year. As most Accountants would want to believe, the upshot of the pre-board examination would clearly show on how you will get along in the CPA board exams. Hence, the need for the school to find out, how many of their kids would most likely make it to the CPA board!

It was about noon break when I reached the CPA Review Center that is still headed by Accounting book author, Conrado Valix. He was one of my reviewers when I took the board exams ages ago. Now, I still see him roaming around the site with vitality and aplomb. It is probably having all the kids around that is making him younger - looking far younger than I even! He saw me enter the registrar's office and he came in to check what I needed. Looking at him, I still saw the same likable traits, admired by all Accountants, that are worth their salt. He is still amiable as ever, and with the same swagger that was his trademark from way back when. When he saw me, his first remark was, "Where are the top students of your school? How come I don't see them anywhere?" He then laughs affably and wiggled away from out of the office, still smirking!

The First Pre-Board Result

The result of the pre-board was alright. Around close to 45% of our school's students passed. Still, looking on the grade sheet, I realized that closed to 40% of our students, remained hanging by the thread. They need from 5% to a mere 0.5% to make it to the passers list. Looking at the names of passers, I noticed that there were a few people, who I thought would make a good showing on the pre-board exams. On the other hand, the list of those who didn't make it, were some of our strongest bets that we felt would pass the exams with flying colors.

This just goes to prove, the old axiom in the Accountancy profession, that you have to be serious in your review to make it through these exams. Sheer intelligence alone would not be enough to help you pull it through. If you need to have that CPA tag attach to your name, it is necessary that you study mightily and wholeheartedly to help you survive the ordeal.

The bus ride back home seemed faster than the ride I had earlier that morning. Holding the test result in my hand, and reading through the list again - made me think that I will not release the results as yet. I will simply name those who made it through the top 100 ranking status of the review center. Per my count, there were about five (5) of them. I will wait for the others to survive till the following pre-board exam, which is otherwise known as, the second pre-board. I know the rest can still pull through, and I would be willing to wait it out till they have drawn all the bolts and knots to come up with the final tally!

RECAPITULATION

The CPA board exam is the last battle that any accountancy graduate would have to take. It takes five (5) years of college studies and another six (6) months of intensive review before one can take the said examination. It is every accountant's dream to have the CPA tag attach to his name. However, the road to having that tag is long and arduous. One has still to survive the two (2) Pre-Board Exams given by the review centers, before going through the ordeal of having a shot on the CPA board exams!



Source by Consolacion S Miravite

Server + certification is issued from comp TIA and this certification will suit best to the candidates who have work experience in server environment for at least 18 to 24 months. In case if a candidate does not have work experience in the required field, then examination has to be taken and it is recommended that the candidate has to be competent in installations, configurations, maintenance, troubleshooting, server technology, disaster as well as upgrading recovery .

In order to obtain this server + certification, candidate has to take up one examination and also a minimum of 615scaled points has to be scored in order to pass the examination. Candidate can take this certification examination in any of the Pearson VUE test center or Thompson promotional testing center.

Server + certification examination:

Candidate needs to pass in an exam SK0-002 server + and this examination will be classified in to 8 subjects and they are as follows:

1) Installation
2) General server hardware
3) Configuration
4) Upgrading
5) Environment
6) Maintenance
7) Troubleshoot
8) Disaster recovery.

All these examinations have different levels of importance as well as different weight in the exam.
Job roles for server + certified candidates:

Successful certified server + candidates will get placed in various fields and the following are the possible job roles to the candidates.

1) System administration
2) Server administration
3) IT technician

Benefits for server + certification:

Typically, people will think about the career opportunities, benefits and demand over the field before choosing up any course and even these happens in university degrees as well. The following are the benefits of server + certification and they are:

1) This server + certification can be said as vendor neutral certification and it validates the skills that are required on internet specific technology as well as in the web servers.
2) Candidates holding their server + certification will be given first preference in employee point of view and also in promotion point of view.
3) Server + certification will be very helpful to the candidates who have knowledge on web servers as well as internet technologies in order to get recognition from an organization.
4) Generally, server + certified candidates are hired quickly and also they are paid with more salary.



Source by Alina Michael

NISM-Series-V A: Mutual Fund Distributors Certification Examination is one of the important exams, conducted by NISM (National Institute of Securities Market). It's very helpful module for the peoples, those are willing to work in the field of mutual funds. The aim of this certification is to enhance the quality of sales, distribution and related support services in the mutual fund industry.

To clear NISM Series V A: M. F. D. Certification Exam, candidate should have knowledge of following things:

  1. Concept and role : Before attempting NISM V-A Certification Exam, you should have a clear picture of MF in your mind. In other words, we can say that how it works. So just try to know the concept and role model of a mutual fund. In this section, you have to learn lot of things like Advantages and limitations of a mutual fund, Exchange Traded Funds (ETF), Investment objectives, Fund running expenses and some of the others.
  2. Fund Structure and Constituents: In this, you need to learn the things about the Structure of MF in India and related regulations, Role of the sponsor and Role of other fund constituents and related regulations.
  3. Legal and Regulatory Environment: Know the Role and functions of SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) in regulating MF and take a look on investment restrictions and related regulations.

There are some other important sections in this module as: Offer Document, Fund Distribution and Sales Practices, Accounting, Valuation and Taxation, Investor Services, Risk, Return and Performance of Funds, Scheme Selection, Selecting the Right Investment products for Investors, Helping Investors with Financial Planning and Recommending Model Portfolios and Financial Plans.

Before attempting NISM Series V A Certification exam, you should have knowledge of above listed things. Now collect relevant information from your books or try to find out the things online. In modern age, it's very easy to find out any of the informations online easily and quickly. You may also collect some information from the site of NISM.

So learning all of the above listed things will help you in clearing NISM-Series-V A: M. F. D. Certification Examination easily with high marks.

Other thing, you can find out the model paper of NISM series-V-A online for preparation. Take a mock test or practice test online for the module of NISM Series V A: Mutual Fund Distributors Certification Exam. Now you can also test yourself by giving NISM series V A mock test online.



Source by Suman Dhankhar