Pain Killers For Passing Exams

Steps to Becoming an Expert at Passing Exams




Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/18/2007

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 74
ISBN : 9781425153748

About the Book

This book is intended to provide some useful advice to college and professional students on how to pass their examinations. Mature high school seniors will find it useful as well.

No one wants to work harder than necessary. So, it is my view that you should be prepared to work hard but you must work smart.

Passing exams, for many, will be a challenge but I hope that you can benefit from some of the actions and reactions of many of my students after reading this book.

I know that you the student is already consumed with materials that are required for your course of study. So, how is another book going to help me, you might ask? This book will provide you with proven approaches and methods to assist you in passing your exams.

Passing your exams is important to you for several reasons. Your success or failure in your career or in life for that matter, is heavily dependent upon whether you pass or fail.

This book will provide you with the needed tools and approaches to passing exams, regardless of your chosen subject or field of study. This book will not replace your study materials but will supplement them by presenting ways in which you can use them to obtain the maximum results.

You will learn how to discover yourself and what works for you, how to maximize your time, how to recognize the various types of questions, attack them and attain maximum points on the questions given.

I will address practical issues that you may face in order to be adequately prepared for any examination, with little emphasis on theoretical and complex presentations.

You will learn self discipline, be motivated, ignore distractions and accomplish the mission.

Most of your college texts will probably be sold to other students at the end of the semester. This book, I hope will be kept to be read periodically, throughout your college life and beyond as few of us will stop taking exams upon graduating from college.

About the Author

Cedric A. Collie was born in the Bahamas. In 1972, graduated from the College of the Bahamas with a Teacher's Certificate and in 1982, obtained a Bachelors of Science Degree in Education from the University of Miami, Florida. He studied business and accounting at several accredited institutions in The United States and Canada. Also researched and studied forensic analyses of questioned documents. Obtained practical training in the Bahamas, several Caribbean countries and the United States. Taught numerous courses at Sojourner Douglas College, (Baltimore Maryland), Bahamas Campus, Success Training College, the College of the Bahamas Schools of Business and Continuing Education and taught many students reviews in preparation for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Certified Internal Auditors Professional examinations.

Passed the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Examination in 1991, the Certified Internal Auditors (CIA) Examination in 1994, the Certified Computer Professional Examination (CCP) in 1994. In 2000 qualified as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

Has over 30 years of experience as an educator, including 18 years as an accountant, auditor and business consultant in both government and the private sector. Is presently an entrepreneur engaged in private practice as a business and education consultant.