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I wish all the members of this group a very
BIG THANKS,,,,and a
BIGGEST THANKS to KATHY for creating this site.........
Well as a fresher i took up the exam today and i scored 78%,,i dont know whether this score is a sufficient one or not,any way i am happy.
I just like to tell that "Things which seem easy are more difficult to get than which are tough" yes the exam is not so tough which u see in the mock exams.Then dont just study only from the point of exam,understand the cocepts this helps in ur future.
Well it took me arround 2 1/2 months to prepare,i first studied khalid fully and then studied k&B book fully 2-3 times and also was taking mock exams available freely on net.Dont be deppresed by scoring low in mock exams, instead go through the wrong ones and see how it works.
Hope this will help u freshers a lot........and above all................Believe in God....................................
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