CBAP Aspirants: How to spend an extra month with your loved ones...

Mar, 2018 by

Many professionals look forward to getting certified in business analysis. CBAP® happens to be the most preferred BA certification from senior business analysts. Most senior business analysts are likely to be married with a family (It will be a indeed a good stat to find median age of CBAP® exam takers. :)). They are in a mid-career job and have significant work-pressure. Now if one desires to go for CBAP®, one must be very comfortable with BABoK® V3. Even if one has considerable business analysis experience, the terms BABoK® uses and the concepts it explains could vary in your organization. We did a simple math to estimate how much time one needs to spend to obtain mastery on BABoK® V3. BABoK® V3 is a densely written document with fair bit of complex language. Here...

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Why Choosing Krav Maga for Self Defense Makes Perfect Sense...

Mar, 2018 by

In today’s world, it can be more than helpful to train in some form of self-defense. While the hope is certainly that you will never require the use of these skills for this purpose, the reality is that many people are assaulted or involved in physical confrontations annually. If you’d like to prevent this from happening or defend yourself and your loved ones without the use of firearms, an excellent choice can be learning the art of Krav Maga. What is Krav Maga? Krav Maga is a self-defense system that was designed by the Israeli armed forces by combining multiple forms of more traditional self-defense and disarmament found in other martial art forms. With multiple levels designated for the type of application – civilian, law enforcement, and military – it was aimed at disarming...

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CCBA vs CBAP Certification

Jan, 2018 by

Business analysis professional qualifications help business analysts in many ways. It proves their competence on the subject. It helps organizations to ensure their business analysts are rightly skilled in business analysis process. However, there is quite a lot of confusion in business analyst’s minds as to which business analysis certification they should pursue. Among the organizations offering business analysis certifications, IIBA® is the most prominent one. It now has 30000+ members of which approximately 10000 are now certified. IIBA certifications have been most popular and sought after certification among the business analysts globally. Both CCBA® and CBAP® certifications come from International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®). IIBA® has been doing amazing work on making the business analysis profession more recognized among the professional field and in corporate segment. Last year IIBA® rolled out our...

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Understanding the MBBS Degree

Dec, 2017 by

Earning a medical degree isn’t something that is easy, regardless of the type of degree sought. The MBBS in America actually stands for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and it is the most popular degree for doctors. These are the two bachelor degree programs that began in the U.K., but are now also offered in the U.S. In the U.S. it is the only bachelor degree that allows a student to use the term “doctor” before or after their name. What is the MBBS Degree? In the medical field, the MBBS is an undergraduate program. It takes approximately 5.5 years to complete, but this varies based on the program and school selected. During the course, the students will learn important human anatomy, medicine, human cytology, drugs formulation, pharmaceutical, chemistry and method...

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Need to Knows As You Apply to Study for MD in America...

Oct, 2017 by

Completing an MD in the USA is not for the faint of heart – but is well worth the effort. It requires four years’ discipline, commitment, and hard work. But once you’ve completed the course, along with an accredited residency program, you’ll be qualified to practice medicine all over the world – and the intrinsic and financial rewards are huge. Here’s what you need to know when applying for your program to study MD in America if you live outside the United States: Prerequisites Most US educational institutions offering MD courses are highly selective about who they will accept. For this reason, it’s important to first determine whether you meet their minimum requirements. International MD course applicants will invariably need to have completed a four-year bachelor’s degree as a minimum. Depending on the institution(s)...

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Want to Be a Doctor? 4 Things You Should Know...

Sep, 2017 by

Earning a medical education in USA can give you a huge competitive edge when you finally go back home. But years of study abroad can take a toll on you. Finding the right program and school can help: Your average score Some students apply to schools wherein their average scores are higher than the school’s average. This more than increases their chances of getting accepted into med school. While that’s a good backup plan, make sure you choose schools you like. Otherwise, you could spend the next few years struggling to finish your degree. That or spend more when you switch to another school. Your ideal location Where is the school’s US branch or campus? 4 years is a long time. You’ll want to make sure you spend that time in a town, city...

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