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[AsK]emUnited Premed and FSc Guidance and Counselling Initiative: Question 3




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Premed/FSc Guidance and Counselling Initiative.






Few Words about [AsK]emUnited Premed Counselling Initiative..

KemUnited started a premed section not very long ago. We got an overwhelming response to it, within a short period of time. The KemUnited team felt that there was widespread ignorance about preparation techniques. Most of the students relied on hearsay from their nearest friends and seniors, which may have guided or misguided them depending on the caliber of that person.
This is our first step to give one-on-one advice. We also plan on holding live online question & answer session with our fresh Kemcolians. This will be possible once we are done with our professional exams.

Aims & Objectives:

  • To provide reliable guidance from the people who have made it to KEMU. This is to break the status quo in which the premed candidates are clueless about who to talk to for their study problems
  • Our panel of experts are fresh students of King Edward Medical University. They must've done some thing right to get to the highest merit medical college. The advice they give may not be perfect. But they might be able to point you in the right direction in a much better way than any other source of advice out there.
  • We don't have anything to gain by giving advice. The need to state this arises because of the carnivorous academies or tutors who may have their vested interest in mind to mint more money out of poor premed candidates. Our goal is to take full benefit of the reach of our blog to help as many people as possible.

How to ask a question:

Some points to keep in mind before you ask a question. Please keep in mind that the panel who will answer your questions are also students with limited amount of time.

  • Click here to go to premed tab of our blog. Go through all the articles given over there. YOU MUST ALSO READ THE COMMENTS as a question like yours might already have been asked and answered.
  • The question selected to be answered here will be one which most of the people can relate to and benefit from.
  • Give a brief description of your problem. At the end of your email, briefly enumerate your questions once again so that nothing remains unanswered.
  • Be nice and formal in your email. Do not rite like dis. Avoid using ch@t/$mS language. Use proper grammar, punctuation and correct spellings. If you cannot manage to do that, then please do yourself a favor and quit premed.
  • Email us at blog@kemu.edu.pk with the subject line "Ask kemunited"


Question 3: How to score high in FSc? Is Cramming the answer?
I got 987 marks in matric from federal board and now in punjab college ....I want to know how and how much should I study for fsc to get 1000 above.
secondly I was used to write in my own words but here guys are saying that I should go for book ditto copy to ace fsc.
.tell me about time management of each subject?
Because here papers are mighty lengthy as compared to federal board. 

...................................................................................................................................Saim cheema



Answer:
For FSc you need to work harder than matric. Study on daily basis i.e. revise all that's taught in your college daily and prepare well for the due tests. Written practice and learning stuff by writing it again and again especially the equations is a must. Do not spend all your nights studying. Sleep well, take care of your health at the same time but make sure you do prepare your tests well if you are unable to revise daily work. Study a science and an art subject daily. Do not neglect english/urdu. To score 1000s your marks in english/urdu matter more than the sciences' marks. Work on paper presentation.
It is not necessary to copy each and every word from book. Follow the book as much as possible. Cram out of your Fsc books as much as you can without loosening the grip on concepts. State points from the books in marker and you can do the explanation in your words using your concepts.
Time management for each subject depends on the length of the paper and the marks of each question. TO manage the time try to write points in answer instead of paragraph and practice a lot in your tests/college exams. For more details, read here

FSc Premedical Guide - How to fly high..

 http://kemunited.blogspot.com/2012/12/fsc-happens.html
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For all your question/queries/comments, email us at blog@kemu.edu.pk 
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