Monday, October 4, 2010

Wat to study after SPM?

SPM exam is just around at the corner...sure many brothers n sisters are well prepared or not yet...dont worry...good student surely have a dream entering U for a highly standard courses ie Engineering, Medical, Dentist, Pharmacy n Law... all want to become Professional...

Normally high standard courses like the above, competition is very high. Everyone is eyeing to study that either locally or over the sea...hihihihi...not Langkawi, Pulau Pangkor or Penang. In order to compete, u must hv a very good result in SPM and active in a Cocurriculum coz u hv to compete with STPM student n Matriks guys too. Normally for SPM student, to get a basic course in local U, u must hv at least a straight A's.If not, sorry lh brade n sista...better apply to ano low ranking courses or join a matriculation class for one year. After complete a one year matriks life then u can apply all tat sorts of high ranking courses. For brade n sista those who like to become a doctor or pharmacist, pls study hard during matrics n get at least 3.9 and above.If not jgn cube2 lah nk apply masuk Medic n place for u..unless ur FAMA (father n mama) bole sponsored study over the sea or private colleage.

I hv an idea or trick for those who want to study in a everyone know, Pharmacy is one of the highly demanding course in our local U. Becoz pharmacyst is a highly paid n demand in working environment. If you do not hv a straight A's in SPM, u still hv a chance to study Pharmacy. But you must start from a lower level... a diploma then pursue to a 1st Degree. How? If ur FAMA orang kaya, then no worry...accept aje pelawaan Uni swasta tempatan yang bersepah di sini. If tak percaya, after SPM result announced, sure u all akn terima pinangan dr bermcm-mcm U utk kursus2 standard tu. Hanya siapkn duit aje. Tak perlu apply. Usah sedih jk tak dpt masuk local U utk kursus2 tu. Cuba semak dengan Uitm...they offer a course of Diploma in Pharmacy. Period of study is 3 years. 2 years attending lecture in a Uitm then 1 year on a practical study. Only Uitm Permatang Pauh, Penang having this course for the time being. Then if u are eager, pursue to 1st Degree either in UiTM or other U. Kan dpt jgk study Pharmacy hnya masa aje panjang..utk pengetahuan jk ada diploma je..jk bekerja anda layak utk jawatan Penolong Pegawai Farmasi di Kementerian Kesihatan. Gajinya pun bagus...campur semua boleh take home pay dlm RM2k+ (semak di sini)..jk a degree baru lah boleh berangan join jadi ahli farmasi..jk ada diploma pon dah kira bagus..kerja cari pengalaman n modal then pursue lah ambil 1st degree. Tahu kah anda bahwa pihak kerajaan pun ade buat kursus utk pharmacy nie...itu pun jk anda gagal atau tak mampu utk belajar di kolej swasta. Di pihak kerajaan ada menawarkn kursus yang dinamakan Latihan Separa Perubatan - utk lulusan SPM/PMR. Klik di sini untuk lihat senarai yg ditawarkan. Bagi yg berminat utk terlibat dlm bidang Farmasi..latihan akn diberikan dan akn ditawarkn ke jawatan Penolong Pegawai Farmasi bila tamat latihan. Lihat di sini. Semasa menjalani latihan selama 3 tahun, anda akn dibayar biasiswa sebanyak RM621.21 sebulan. Lumayan kan!!! Belajar diberikan biasiswa, bila tamat kerjaya pula telah disediakan. Maka jgn berputus asa jika anda tak dpt belajar di U atau kolej utk kursus Farmasi ini.Jk berminat apply lh secara online di sini. Tawaran ini terbuka sepanjang masa dan jarang diiklankan. Ok lah brade n sista...jgn lah beranggapan masa depan kelam jk tak dpt belajar di U atau kolej. Yang penting hari ini adalah mencari peluang belajar di bidang yang menjadi pilihan utama ygmana menjanjikan peluang kerjaya yg cerah...Cuba lah ye..dan kepada yg akn mnghadapi SPM 2010 nti...Gud Luck n Do Ur Bess.....

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Eid Fitri Ya Sallam...

It's not too late to wish all of you Salam Aidil Fitri & Maaf Zahir Bathin.....

Friday, July 2, 2010

With the increased pressures of modern life more and more people find it difficult to switch off and relax at the end of the day. This can lead to sleepless nights which creates further anxiety that can make life feel more unbearable.

Eventually this can create a feeling of being overwhelmed or stressed out. However, there are lifestyle changes that you can make in order to reduce your stress and promote relaxation in your life:

1) Get regular massages
We all know about the reputed benefits of a massage in aiding relaxation of the body and mind. Whilst you could get a partner or close friend to give your shoulders, back or feet a good rub down, to truly feel long-term benefits you should enlist the services of a trained professional to give you regular massages.

Don't think of this as an indulgent treat but rather an essential part of your well-being routine. For as well as relaxing the muscles (and making you feel as chilled out as an Eskimo), the benefits of regular massage include improved blood flow and a boosted immune system.

2) Hang up your phone
When you leave the office you need to be able to switch off from work - and that includes your phone! This is important to do as once your work colleagues get into the habit of being able to contact you at all hours they will. Remember, the phone is there for your convenience, not just the caller's.

3) Compile some chillout tunes
Put together or buy a CD of relaxing music to ease your mind and help you switch off from the outside world. Research has shown that even from the womb relaxing/classical music can be beneficial in promoting well-being.

4) Read a good book
Emily Dickinson wrote, " There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away," which is a great way to sum up the way in which reading a good book can help you to get your mind off your worries - if only for a while.

5) Practice yoga
Yoga is a great way to escape from everything going on around by taking you into your own little world. As well as being a good form of working out, it can help you to build your self esteem and confidence, helping you to bring about a positive change in your life.

6) Drink herbal teas
Herbals teas such as peppermint and chamomile make better options than caffeine-infused drinks such as tea and coffee. The key to helping you to adapt your choice is to try different types until you find flavours which suit your taste buds. Many varieties are now widely supplied at most supermarkets.

7) Eat Right
All too often, and perhaps because of the hype of all the fad diets out there, people underestimate the impact of diet on our health and well-being. Simple steps such as cutting down on caffeine, alcohol and food high in fat or calories can produce beneficial effects such as helping you to feel healthier and less highly strung out or irritable.

8) Work Out
Now we're not talking about hours every day or "going for the burn." If you haven't exercised for a while you will want to take it easy and start off with manageable sessions. As well as the physical benefits of exercise, regular sessions can help to reduce your anxiety levels as "feel good" hormones are released.

9) Breathe
It's just like they say when you have a moment in which you feel you're going to have a meltdown. Take a deep breath and count to ten. Whilst this is a good start, you should aim to set aside time to sit down relax and focus on your breathing to the point that it slows down and feel more in control.

10) Get back to basics
Escape the hustle and bustle of your everyday stresses and strains by getting out to the countryside or a place close to nature. This can often provide the space you need to clear your mind, find focus and perhaps inspiration.

Friday, March 19, 2010

7 Things Your Boss Does'nt Like To Hear From You

Everyone has a boss. Even if you "work for yourself," you're still an employee to your client.
A big part of maintaining the boss-employee relationship is to never allow a boss to think you dislike your work, are incapable of doing it, or--worse--consider it beneath you.These sound like no-brainers, but many statements heard commonly around the workplace violate these basic rules. Looking for an example? Here are seven heard in workplaces all the time. They may seem ordinary, even harmless. But try reading these from your boss's point of view. You'll see right away why it's smart to never allow these seven sentences to pass your lips:

"That's not my job." You know what? A lot of bosses are simple souls who think your job is to do what's asked of you. So even if you're assigned a task that is, indeed, not your job, refrain from saying so. Instead, try to find out why your boss is assigning you this task--there may be a valid reason. If you believe that doing the task is a bad idea (as in, bad for the company) you can try explaining why and suggesting how it could be better done by someone else. This may work, depending on the boss. In any case, remember that doing what's asked of you, even tasks outside your job description, is good karma.

"It's not my problem." When people say something is not their problem it makes them look like they don't care. This does not endear them to anybody, especially the boss. If a problem is brewing and you have nothing constructive to say, it's better to say nothing at all. Even better is to pitch in and try to help. Because, ultimately, a problem in the workplace is everyone's problem. We're all in it together.

"It's not my fault." Yet another four words to be avoided. Human nature is weird. Claiming that something is not our fault often has the result of making people suspect it is. Besides, what's the real issue here? It's that something went wrong and needs to be fixed. That's what people should be thinking about--not who is to blame.

"I can only do one thing at a time." News flash: Complaining you are overworked will not make your boss feel sorry for you or go easier on you. Instead, a boss will think: (1) you resent your job, and/or (2) you aren't up to your job. Everybody, especially nowadays, feels pressured and overworked. If you're trying to be funny, please note that some sarcasm is funny and lightens the mood. Some just ticks people off.

"I am way overqualified for this job." Hey, maybe you are. But the fact is, this is the job you have. You agreed to take it on and, while you may now regret that decision, it's still your job. Complaining that it's beneath you only makes you look bad. Plus, coworkers doing similar jobs may resent and dislike you. And guess what? Bosses will not think, "Oh, this is a superior person whom I need to promote." Nope, they'll think, "What a jerk."

"This job is easy! Anyone could do it!" Maybe what you're trying to convey here is that you're so brilliant your work is easy. Unfortunately, it comes off sounding more like, "This work is stupid." Bosses don't like hearing that any work is stupid. Nor do they really like hearing that a job is easy peasy. It belittles the whole enterprise. If a task is simple, be glad and do it as quickly as you can. Even "stupid" work needs to get done.

"It can't be done." Saying something can't be done is like waving a red flag in a boss's eyes. Even if the thing being suggested truly is impossible, saying it is can make you look ineffectual or incapable. Better to play detective. Why is the boss asking you to do whatever it is? What's the problem that needs to be solved? What's the goal? Search for doable ways of solving that problem or reaching that goal. That's what bosses really want. Most of them do not expect the impossible.

Last words: When in doubt, remember that silence really is golden.