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Without Further ado…
THE 5 KEYS TO DOMINATING NOW: Setting yourself up to DOMINATE the Engineer in Training exam from the start
When I look back to when I was preparing for the Engineer in Training exam, I see that my success was just as much from how I structured my studies as it was the time I actually spent studying. How you set up your studies is a characteristic that will rear its head from the beginning through the end. We want to make sure that this is a positive enhancement, not a hindrance, to our studies.
To amplify the success rate of your studies, you need to focus upfront on the cylinders of your engine; focus on the minute details so they don’t seep out later only to annihilate your momentum.
Here are the first two of the five tips that will ensure you are at the top of your game from the start.
1. CONSOLIDATE YOUR RESOURCES
Get your hands on a solid, high quality Engineer in Training review book! Don’t expect to be able to dominate the exam without a consolidated resource. Not to say it’s not possible, but expecting yourself to piece together relevant material in the time period that you have will only put a strain on your studies and slap your productivity in the face.
2. CONNECT YOUR MIND TO YOUR PHYSICAL UNDERTAKING
Ask yourself what your goal is. I know this is probably an obvious answer, “I want to pass the Engineer in Training exam!”. Take it a step further than that, you will really set yourself in the right mindset to dominate the EIT exam.
The process of becoming a Professional Engineer is a serious endeavor taking pure dedication and commitment to a long journey that lasts more than the short period of time you study for the EIT exam. We are Engineers, and it’s not easy becoming one, if it was, everyone would do it. So ask yourself, are you committed for this journey? Do you have a support group around you that understands the undertaking of such a journey? Think long term, think about the ultimate goal. Doing this will allow your mind to focus on the big picture, helping you keep steady when you encounter the small obstacles along the way. Write down your goals and revisit when focus and motivation is needed.
In the next post I will go a bit deeper in to the 5 tips that I feel will help your success in taking the Engineer in Training Exam. Until then, take care of you and your loved ones.