Thursday, March 21, 2019

My UKRN journey (a little guide)


So it has been months already since my last post. In the past few months I was busy "adulting". I have been so tied-up with my OSCE review so I didn't have a chance to finish this blog until now. Finally I passed that nerve wracking exam and I'm now enjoying my UKRN (UK Registered Nurse) title... or maybe not? haha. Before I talk more about that, let me show you the timeline and fees of my UKRN application first:

Friday, March 1, 2019

Passing the IELTS - Self Review

PASSING THE IELTS EXAM  (SELF REVIEW)


IELTS consists of 4 sections - ListeningReadingWriting and Speaking. The highest score is 9 and you need to hit at least on all sections to continue with your job/student application abroad. You already know the struggle here right? Aside from the expensive test fee, most of us would fail in the writing section. Some will need to do a retake for like 3,4 or 8 times just to pass. It's that scary. I would recommend everyone to enroll in a review center before taking the test, especially those who easily get distracted. For my part, I wanted to save money so I decided to do a self-review. I gave up all my hobbies just to focus and after 2 months of intensive review, with all my hard work and by the grace of God, I passed on my first take. With this, I want to share some techniques that helped me during the exam and this might help you as well. Take note that these strategies were effective for me and you always have the liberty to do it your own way.

My UKRN journey (a little guide)

So it has been months already since my last post. In the past few months I was busy "adulting".  I have been so tied-up with my...