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Old Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Originally Posted by A New Beginning View Post
Thanks for sharing your plan brother, and the amount of effort you are putting in may Allah grant you success in the exam.

I have a different strategy though, since I dont have a lot of time I am trying to cover as much of the syllabus outlines + the repeated past paper questions to cover the maximum part of the syllabus. Plus my time management is bad as I get immersed in a subject and cannot study another subject until I am completely bored with the previous one, and at times I just have to skim from subject to subject because I cant concentrate on one subject. So this is my strategy, if it can be counted as one :p

PS: I have a full time job + family responsibilities to deal with, thats also a apart of my study plan.

Yours is workable as well.
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Originally Posted by Mahnoor29 View Post
AoA everyone,

There's a situation I'm in that I need guidance for.

I have gone through 2 attempts for the css examination and have not passed.
I am considering going for the third attempt but I'm not sure if I should go ahead with it.
I've recently started working and I wanted to ask others if it's possible to manage both job (9-5) and css prep at the same time.

Anybody here who juggled both css prep and job simultaneously and passed? Please share your experiences, I'll be extremely grateful!
You have highlighted an important issue. I am a banker and recently attempted my PMS Exam and it was a really challenging task for me since last 3 months. My study plan 8-12 (Monday to Friday) and full weekend.
Planning the same for CSS and it will be my first attempt.
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I am also doing a job 9 to 6 and going to start preparation your experience would be helpful for me
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