Here, if you have a high GPA, can transfer between courses. does that happen where you live? If it does, another option you have is to work really hard in your first year of business, and then transfer.
Don't push yourself too hard, not finishing the exam doesn't mean you're no good. It's just your excitement or nervousness overcome you and don't let it happen again. No matter which course you take, there are difficulties. If you really like accountancy, don't give up, there are lots of schools to try, as you have said you have 2 remaining schools to apply.
You're right the reason why I did not do well in the exam because of my mother who put me down. I can't believe she just put me down! I mean no mom can ever do that to their child right? It just hurt and its not giving me a piece of mind. yep! I am struggling. But actually those 2 schools are only my choice because other schools are really far from home and my parents could not afford my transport fees. Thats sad
I am on to it! I just fear that I may not be qualified for such course because I failed the IQ test for not finisshing it I had a rough day when I was about to start the exam. > yeah 9yrs! I wanna graduate proffesionally and never to depend on my husband someday but since its rough! why 9 yrs?? I remember a person told me that the 2yrs from college is a preperation so when I take 2 courses, theres no need to repeat the 2yrs of study. So it'll be 7yrs for me studying business and accountancy. Is that true??
I'm afraid I don't know the rules in your specific country. In the U.S., you have certain general education requrements that do take close to two years of study that accompany each degree. But other countries require you to stay within a group of students for a degree. You need to find out what format your local schools use.
4/5++ years of pre-med (depending on your course and if you graduate on time) 4/5 years of med school including clerkship (again, depending on the school since some require a fifth year of internship) 3++ years of residency x years for specialization (as far as I know it takes 6 years if you want to be a surgeon and even longer if you're into neurosurgery)
So yeah, it's a lifetime of studying, but isn't so bad if you've the right passion for it (and it doesn't differ so much from those who choose art or music as a career path, really)
doctors takes a decade of study yeah, we have financial problem too. Thats the problem there. I can never learn to accept if I end up with another course that is not close to me Is it exactly 9rs? o.o Someone told me that a certain course has 2 years of preperation and when I take 2courses, theres no need to repeat the two years. So over all it'll be 7yrs. Is it true??