Ego is the enemy, it will create stories and excuses to prevent you from doing the things you desire most. It will make you take when you should give, it will make you feel like a victim when you should be grateful and it will make you feel unworthy when you are always enough. Listen to the ego but do not stroke it, acknowledge its presence and change the outcome.
Congratulations to Dellushan Rajkumar, a former EMA student who scored in the top Band 6 for English Advanced and is also placed on the All-Round Achievers List! He shares his top tip for excelling in this year’s HSC: “Keeping busy is not the same as being effective. Make sure that you are working smart and hard by prioritising your tasks for each day the night before. I realised that my essays were on the right track but my ability to answer questions on the exam day needed a lot of work. I would work with my teacher at EMA, Juhi, to attempt an array of practice questions and that fine-tuning was essential in the lead up to my trials and HSC exams”. We’ve also provided an excerpt from his Band 6 essay to help inspire you :) #Congrats#OurStudents#SoProud#HSC#Band6#EssayWriting#TopScore#EMA#HSCResults#elitemindsacad#Ontothenextone#Celebration#UniNext#HSCTips#StudyTips
Congratulations to Thenuka Kanagasabesan, a former EMA student who scored in the top Band 6 for English Advanced! She shares her top tip for excelling in this year’s HSC: “Be consistent with your study habits and don’t punish yourself if you happen to fall into a period of procrastination (it happens to all of us). The past cannot be changed and you need to always be working towards your next academic goal, whether that be developing a complex concept for your major work, scoring in the top 10 for your next assessment or making your weaker subject no longer your weak one”. We’ve also provided an excerpt from her Band 6 essay to help inspire you :) #Congrats#OurStudents#SoProud#HSC#Band6#EssayWriting#TopScore#EMA#HSCResults#elitemindsacad#Ontothenextone#Celebration#UniNext#HSCTips#StudyTips
Hey guys, so I have not forgotten about the post I need to make with information regarding how I became an MA. As many might now, or not, I am getting certification through my job. In a week, I’ll have that up! But in the mid time, thought I would let you know what I do at work! 💚 .
I assist the doctor and office by taking vital signs and prepping the patient for the doctor. In other words, I present the patient’s complains and fill out the CC, HPI and ROS as the patients come in. I am the main interaction the patient has before they meet the doctor. I assist in casting, splinting, suture/staple removal, dressings, prepping injections and setting up in-office procedures as well as assisting in them. I also help with medical billing and coding, with surgical worksheets and setting up patients for surgery or referrals. I help with insurance authorizations. As well as, setting up preoperative orders and consents and others things that I might be forgetting like medical records and setting up new patient appointments or making sure our office is in compliance with OSHA & HIPAA! .
Tips para mejorar como estudiante
Para estudiar mejor necesitas de un estado mental que no sea ni excesivamente relajado ( probable que te duermas ) ni excesivamente activo (si estamos muy nerviosos no seríamos capaces de focalizarnos en una sola tarea). -Duerme entre 7 a 8 horas diarias 😴 ( Para lograr esto hay que tener un hábito de estudio diario y así no tendrás que estudiar todo a última hora y dormir 4-5 horas en semanas de certámenes ) -Intenta comer comida más nutritiva 🥗🥑🍎🥦🥬 ( necesitas la mayor concentración posible a la hora de rendir certámenes y estudiar por lo tanto hay que evitar todos esos alimentos que hacen que el estómago trabaje de más ya que la mayor parte de tu organismo se concentra en el proceso digestivo) -Ejercítate 3 veces a la semana para liberar tensiones 💆🏽♀️ -Ten un buen lugar de estudio y ordénalo después de cada sesión de estudio 📚 -Planificar tu semana ayuda a evitar el estrés 📝 -A la hora de estudiar elimina toda distracción ( yo dejo mi celular en modo avión✈️📲 )
Last days are the best days! Ended Religion with 100!!!! And obviously left the class believing in miracles, because how I managed that is still unbelievable to me. I honestly don’t believe that will ever happen again. 😆😆😆Thank you God! ❄️
MCAT Binder Walk-Through is now up! Check out my story to see how I kept organized while studying last year over winter break and let me know if you have any questions!
I’ve also posted this series to the Test Prep section of my story highlights. Happy studying and good luck!
5 Effective Study Strategies for Nursing Students
Are you getting anxious about your upcoming exams? Whether it be the midterms or the actual board exam, you should learn how to study smart. If you really want to be a nurse, you must learn how to strategize.
Allow us to mention a few tips to help you improve your study habits.
1. Find the best place and environment to study.
2. Skim through everything first.
3. Choose responsible study group members.
4. Utilize varied sources.
5. Use flash cards or audio recordings for memorizations.
Do you have other study tricks up your sleeves? Share it with us.
Study tip: Create a "big list of words" that includes every word you've ever studied. Keep it up to date. Then have someone regularly create a list of words at random from it and quiz you. It's a great way to review words that might otherwise have gone forgotten! #buzzlesson#spellingbee#studytips
36: Here’s the video of me writing the notes I posted yesterday 💛📝🌻
Tbh, I’m regretting enrolling in this advanced class because I’m not enjoying it and failed my exam... but I have another exam in 2 days so wish me luck 🤞🏻