Re: Why Can't I pass the first time posted 08/10/2007
I think Learning for a Test and Learning for Knowledge are two different
cases. We must use our best preparation for a test but learning is a
longer process and requires more work.
I have many friends who passed on their first attempt( try) . So
believe in yourself, You can make it.
On 8/9/07, Kevin Howard <kevin@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> great attitude. just what we need to hear, someone who is going in there
> to crush it.
> good luck.
> > Herbert
> > From where I stand, there are two main difficulties with the lab exam:
> > 1. Scheduling it
> > 2. Faith
> > As such, I am going to completely devastate the R&S lab on my first
> > attempt this Wednesday, and I'm travelling from New Zealand to Beijing
> > to do so.
> > HTH
> > Mark
> > Herbert Maosa wrote:
> >> I have my lab scheduled for August 23, that is, in the next 15 days. I
> >> almost feel defeated already, even though I can not identify many
> >> technical
> >> shortfalls with my knowledge and experience. I feel defeated because I
> >> have
> >> been made to believe NOT to expect to pass on the first attempt. Indeed
> >> I
> >> know many personal friends who I considered technical gurus, but had to
> >> do
> >> the exam at least twice.
> >> Now my question is this : Is it realistic to expect to pass on the
> >> attempt ? Or should I really walk in with my white towel already in the
> >> air
> >> ?
> >> regardless, 23 August it is, San Jose.
> >> Herbert.
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