excited ka na yata mag graduate. thats good.my suggestion is that you buy now as many reviewer books as you can on the 4 board subjects. start reading by now during your free time, treat these books like pocketbooks or a harry potter or tom clancy novel Huwag na magbasa ng makakapal na textbooks.if you finish doing that perhaps a month before you start review, oki ka na talaga. Lets say you have done 75% of the review effort. Though its true that many topics you have read you might forget, thats ok. The benefit is greatly-enhanced confidence.
comments, info, suggestions naman po patungkol sa board exam. 4th yr ECE student po ako. gusto ko lang po sana malaman kung info kau kung ano ba mga buks na meron kami, saang assignatura kami dapat magfocus, saan maganda magtake ng review classes (yung affordable ), hassles ng board, anything po para sa aming malapit ng magtake ng exam thanks po... -ncrave
malayo pa ang board exam, study study study as if no amount of prayer can help you.pag malapit na board exam, useless na yang study mo, pray pray pray and pray na lang as if no amount of study can help you.
nard wrote: ung course na sobrang in demand daw sa papasok na estudyante, mataas ang quota at mataas ang mortality rate... pero pagdating naman ng board exam ay may madami pa rin bagsak at 0-2 lng ang nakakapasok sa top 10. i think you're referring to ECE. it's true, UP ECE grads dont usually top the board but UP always gets the highest percentage. they say that's because konti lang nagtetake ng boards na UP (20-40 heads per board) as compared to the hundreds of other big schools. but UP gets 100% passing rate if not the highest %. it's all about percentage anyway. just to defend my course (grad nako), the EEE curriculum is not made for the grads to prepare them for the board. not at all. the EEE courses are design-based courses and that is precisely what the curriculum is all about. we are trained to be software developers, programmers, power engineers, communications engineers, controls engineers. these professions BUILD and make something out of the theories, processes and the formula we learn. in other words, it doesn't stop in books, we apply what we get from the books and make something tangible out of it: a novel program or device, an efficient antenna, a robot that may be used in remote places, a warning device for biomedical purposes, a miniature computer chip that does almost everything, an efficient power supply or a speech recognition system for deaf people. dont take my word for it and visit the numerous research labs in EEE. we are trained to be designers. that's probably the reason why we hardly see UP grads topping the board. other schools even have board preparatory sbjects before they graduate. UP EEE doesn't offer that. actually, they don't want to (or have to) since that is not the goal of the department. go to other schools and see if they've labs in their ECE departments that are meant for pure research. go to ECE companies. see who the good design people are. the board doesn't make one a good designer. most of what you study/memorize for the ECE boards may be not at all important when you're actually working in the profession.
dito sa abroad more on hands on po sir paranzthey dont focus talaga gaano s theoriesthey really rely on heavy on hands, actual applicationsmore laboratories.actually yung isang friend ko na professor sa mit sa bostonhe even told me na minsan pag nag bigay cla ng exam sastudents open books and notebooks
actually yung isang friend ko na professor sa mit sa bostonhe even told me na minsan pag nag bigay cla ng exam sastudents open books and notebooks