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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!
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no bro, i can't help.
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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!


Its my first attempt and I am doing full time job along with preparation. I think you can easily prepare because you already possess basic css knowledge. You just need to polish your skills and focus on weak spots. But whatever you do, final two months (December, January) will have to completely dedicated to CSS.
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I will recommend you to wait for CE 20 if your Age allows you .Otherwise go for it .

You already attempted it twice so i believe Now you will have the idea about the things which are causing you to fail.

Do remember 4 months are considered to be IDEAL for preparation.

Go for smart study .

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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!
AoA..... though I'm doing 2 jobs at the same plus looking after my family affair, I'm doing my CSS Prep very smoothly. Oct to Jan is ideal time u can cash. Long nights and cold weather, an optimum condition for thorough study. Aquire leave of month Dec and Jan for final touch. I think one who have potential to pass css exam can manage job and prep parallels. And u have last go so glance back on ur short comes, that may help

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Yes. It is possible. Here I quote my own example. Last year, besides my current hectic job (Hectic in the sense because I was newly appointee), I managed to pass PMS and LL.B. simultaneously. The most important thing in this perspective, is commitment and smart study with proper planning. That is it.
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Yes. It is possible. Here I quote my own example. Last year, besides my current hectic job (Hectic in the sense because I was newly appointee), I managed to pass PMS and LL.B. simultaneously. The most important thing in this perspective, is commitment and smart study with proper planning. That is it.
Oh that's nice. Can you please share your routine and study tips a bit so I can have an idea?
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Sure. Soon, I'll share.
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Oh that's nice. Can you please share your routine and study tips a bit so I can have an idea?



My Study / Preparation Strategy:

Monday to Friday 700PM to 1200AM (5 Hrs a day)
Weekends (Sat-Sun) 12 Hrs (4 or 5 continual Sittings)


Tips:
Always do smart study with sound planning i.e. in how many days a subject / book be covered and so on.

Note:
Do daily practice of essay & precis writing.
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My Study / Preparation Strategy:

Monday to Friday 700PM to 1200AM (5 Hrs a day)
Weekends (Sat-Sun) 12 Hrs (4 or 5 continual Sittings)


Tips:
Always do smart study with sound planning i.e. in how many days a subject / book be covered and so on.

Note:
Do daily practice of essay & precis writing.
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.
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