(Almost) everyone dreads exams. It is stressful and comes with pressure and expectations. You get nervous and anxious that it affects your sleeping as the exam dates approach closer. What if this happens DURING the exam?
With so many scholarships out there, how do you know which scholarship you stand the best chance to win? Which scholarship is the right one for you?
You don’t know what to study; or
You are very passionate about which degree you want to pursue.
While you are in the middle of your degree, you are thinking about changing your current course.
What do you do?
Will my university journey be fun aside from studying?
How do I develop in other skills, enjoy new experiences, and turn into an achievement for my resume?
One of the best (and scariest) experience in university is the assignment. A typical assignment would involve brainstorming ideas, researching, executing, and writing a report. It may sound dull but it isn’t always have to be that way.
Just as how workplace is becoming more creative in culturing a fun environment, lecturers are assigning interesting work that will make learning even cooler than before!
Last week’s articles took a sneak peak into the personality test of RIASEC. John Holland, a psychologist, narrowed down 6 forms of personality aspects that he believes each of us have, but with different degree of strengths. We explored three of the codes last week (Realistic, Investigative, and Artistic) and will continue with the remaining three codes this week – Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.