Good Luck Tomorrow – UFE 2012 Begins

My sincere best wishes and best of luck to all of this year’s UFE writers which begin the marathon exam tomorrow morning.

It’s been great connecting with many of you over the past couple of months and I hope to hear good things from you afterwards.

My last bits of advice: Don’t talk about the exam after you write it. It will freak you out and it may shatter your confidence which can impact the remaining time. Each day is 1/3 of the exam marks so it’s a fresh start. Avoid the urge to discuss the exam with your colleagues or friends. There is little good that can come from it and a lot of risk so leave it behind you and go do something to relax. Second, stick to your training and what you’ve been doing in the past month. Don’t choose a new approach because you got freaked out by something.

Please 🙂

Best of luck!

 

One comment

  1. Couldn’t agree more… After each day try your best to forget about that day. Do not try to figure out which indicators there where or what will be coming the next dat.

    Do not discuss the details etc with fellow candidates. Two candidates could answer the same indicator in two different ways but still achieve a C.

    Good luck to all 2012 candidates!

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