Visa Guidelines is back

Alhamdulillah, I got married to a lovely lady by the name of Sarah and we're enjoying our new phase in life since that momentous day.

And yeah, I graduated from the University of Nottingham and thus, escaping from the evil clutches of my medical school. woot2! probably needs a post on this as well but yeah, maybe later.

at the bottom of this blog, there is an article on visa guidelines for medical students graduated from UK medical schools under MARA scholarship who are planning to work as an FY1 doctor in the UK.

After all, it was my visa guidelines which i made 5 years ago that helped me to get to know a lot of people and for some, have now become my close friends. And it helped a lot of other people as well. So I hope that this guideline would ease your efforts a bit. Visa application is always confusing.

Scroll down to the bottom for the guideline

Saturday, July 26, 2008

one step at a time

It's the 3rd semester and so far it's been the most tiresome one. I'm thankful that I still have a sensible mind though I have so many problems going through my head lately.

My EE (Extended Essay) is in desperate need of a research question; my IA Economics, fragmentary; my TOK (Theory of Knowledge) essay, undecided and my incessant assignments, undone.

In addition, I still have to think about my future university. It would be one of the most crucial decisions for any KMB student especially those who are pursuing their studies in medicine. With so many criteria which are taken into consideration, I would be appalled if my friends managed to decide without going through painstaking means. The result for the country of placement would only be released next month. Thus, in the meantime, I shall go to university briefings, practice for the upcoming IELTS test and get ready for the formidable mock interview.

It's undeniably tedious and sometimes, I feel like quitting IB. It doesn't mean that I'm really thinking of quitting; it actually reminds me that I still have the vehement desire to complete my 2 years and score high in the IB Exam 2009 because no matter how many times I feel like quitting, I would never do it.

We may feel like everything is being dumped on us and it may seem like never-ending. Nevertheless, we should never let it control us. Instead, take full charge and be in command of ourselves.

"The most successful men in the end are those whose success is the result of steady accretion. It is the man who carefully advances step by step, with his mind becoming wider and wider - and progressively better able to grasp any theme or situation -"

Alexander Graham Bell

I may lose hope but that doesn't mean I'd stop. I just have to organize, prioritize and do it all one by one...

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  1. wo~you are creeping me out here......

    is IB really hard?

    THat HARD????

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  2. yup!
    especially if u're in kmb(kolej mara banting)

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  3. erm..quit freak when see all the senior passed the IB diploma. emm.. we can do it also...just need a commitment perhaps..

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  4. the title so reminds me of Jordin Sparks =p

    seems like whenever we try to take one step at a time in doing IB, we'll stumble as we need to run fast. Luckily we have our friends and teachers to help us when we stumble.

    pheww~what an analogy. see, i crap a lot! =p

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  5. zulaikha,

    i just figured out about your analogy this morning...huhu
    a good one actually...;)

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  6. huhu~~~~~~~~I'm in kmb and adlan u really freaking me out!!!!!!!!

    wuhu~~

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  7. well, that's the reality.

    it's good that u freaked out. it means u're getting ready for the worst.

    just keep urself positive and should u ever need assistance; there are always friends, teachers and u can always talk to Allah...He always listens ;)

    All the best!!!

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  8. hi~thanks for the comment of yours given in my blog.Anyway,eid mubarak~~~

    =)

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