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5 Ways to Prepare for the Upcoming Engineering Board Exam

>> May 30, 2017



After years of working on and earning your engineering degree, a new challenge faces you. Completing your degree was the first step in your engineering dreams, becoming a licensed engineer is the next step. Students from some of the best engineering universities in Manila and beyond now spend weeks upon weeks preparing for this big examination. Preparing for this exam requires a rigorous amount of studying and preparation, and some discipline. To help you prepare for the upcoming board exam here are some tips that can help you get ready.

1.   Taking a refresher course
Have an important lesson or topic that you need some intensive reviewing for? Or have a lesson that you have a tough time remembering? If the answer to both question is a yes, then going back to school and taking a refresher course is a good way to help you prepare for your exam. Refresher courses are a great way to familiarize yourself with some of your lessons in college again.

2.   Creating your review schedule
Reviewing for the board exam can be hectic at times, with so many topics and lessons to review, you may end up getting confused on where to start. To prevent the confusion, it is best to make your own review schedule. Having a review schedule makes sure that you are able to review all the important lessons and topics evenly, and ensures that you have the right balance of reviewing and relaxing.

3.   Find the right study place for you
Finding the right place to review is a challenge for most students. Most students look for a nice quiet place that is conducive to learning. Sometimes, nothing beats the comfort of your own home, while other students go to places like libraries and coffee shops for a nice cold place to review for the exam.

4.   Get rid of distractions
One of the most important qualities you need during your examination review period is discipline. Being disciplined means being responsible enough to follow your review schedule and routines without being bothered by the unnecessary distractions. These distractions can be activities like playing sports or video games, or even browsing social media and the internet. Removing yourself from those distractions can help clear your mind, and remain focused on your goal to pass the examination.

5.   Setting your mind
This is perhaps the most important item on this list. Setting your mind into reviewing and passing the board exam is your biggest priority. Having the right mindset would help along the way, as you have the focus, the drive, and the determination to take and pass the board exams.

Passing the engineering board exam is a tough task. With a lot of people failing the exam every year, it is no surprise that people are taking every step and precaution when preparing for the exam. With the country’s engineering students gathering up every year for this big day, it is best to know the essential tips and advice on passing the engineering board exam. 

Author bio:
Laurel Santos may be a 24 year old adult but at her core she is just a little girl full of wonder. She lives in the city and works as a freelance photographer in the Philippines. She manages a small pet shop inside her village. She has a big heart for animals, especially stray dogs. She is an avid traveler because she believes that life is not lived within the borders of your own home.  Despite her busy schedule she always finds time to do one thing that she is very passionate about and that is writing.



 

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