Woah, maafkan saya sebab dah setahun lebih (atau cukup dua bulan) untuk tidak update apa-apa di sini?
Kata orang putih, long story short, saya dah lepas SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia atau Malaysia's National Certificate of Education) dan bersyukur ke hardat ilahi atas keputusan yang agak cemerlang untuk saya. Sejujurnya, saya memang tak expect pun keputusan SPM saya hampir semua A...ada satu B tambah tau. Agak-agak apa? Hahaha...subjek tu tak A, tak boleh lah nak jadi engineer ya teman-teman.
Dengan keputusan yang serba boleh tu, saya sampai saje rumah terus applyje semua yang boleh.
Beberapa minggu lepas, saya telah pun menghadiri dua jenis temuduga untuk mendapatkan tajaan biasiswa untuk teruskan pelajaran di menara gading.
Saya nak cerita sikit lah pengalaman. Pada mulanya, saya agak ragu-ragu apabila mendapat jemputan daripada MYPAC (Malaysian Professional Accountant Centre) untuk menduduki CAT-ACCA Assessment. Sejujurnya saya memang gelabah untuk menerima be…
(I'm sorry for not being istiqamah in the language I use, but I'm not well aware of who are my readers? If you would love to see more of my posts, please acknowledge me which language you prefer)
To continue yesterday's post,
how do you respond to these questions? (MYPAC)
well first of all, a good friend of mine, Huda Farhana shared with me some of her notes for this particular interview. It would be a bonus if you do your homework on the ACCA website about almost everything. Read and understand the syllabus (IF POSSIBLE JUST MEMORIZE THEM because some of my friends were asked about it) and what are the credentials you need to become a part of ACCA.
When you introduce yourself, don't brag about the unimportant things. They do not want to know about that. Make it interesting. Try to state your strengths and how it compliments the program. For example, you are known to be sociable so in the CAT ACCA program you are required to be that and bla bla bla …
Honestly, I keep my feelings to myself. I just save it in my heart. But when I do it for a long period, it can be a revenge or that feeling of hatred will come and it is not good or healthy. So I write it in my diary. But I am tired of writing and I know no one would ever or can read my diary..... that is why I post in a blog, hoping that someone could read them so they would understand that I am hurt and suffering. I had no intention to let people read them or even know about them but I can actually for a second to feel like someone do care about me by reading my blog eventhough no one would read it actually.
But I know some people would think like I am purposely telling everybody my problem so someone could give me attention.. Like I want sympathy lah kononnya. But no! And to avoid that, what do I do? I go back to my diary, sometimes if I think it is okay or I think before I write. But that would not be enough so I would just keep it to myself . But that would pai…