Proper plan­ning gives the best re­sults- U-Tech’s sec­ond best

Observer on Saturday - - News -

Bongu­menzi Khu­malo of U-Tech High School has im­plored pupils who will be sit­ting for their ex­ter­nal ex­am­i­na­tions this year to have a proper work­ing plan in or­der to achieve the best at the end of the year.

Bongu­menzi at­tained five Dis­tinc­tions (English Lan­guage, Life Ori­en­ta­tion, Life Sci­ence, Phys­i­cal Sci­ence and Tourism) and three Cred­its (SiSwati, math­e­mat­ics and Eco­nom­ics). Speak­ing af­ter get­ting his re­sults, Bongu­menzi said he was ex­pect­ing such re­sults af­ter a long year of hard work with­out rest.


He stated that pre­par­ing for the ex­ams was a thing he started just at the be­gin­ning of the year.

He also dis­closed that his school had its strength in team work, whereby the pupils en­gaged in group dis­cus­sions dur­ing week­ends and on hol­i­days.

He said most im­por­tantly, one had to first iden­tify his or her strengths and weak­nesses in or­der to for­mu­late a work­ing plan.

He said for in­stance, he knew that for him to per­form best, he had to work a lit­tle harder than the rest, and in­deed this paid off.

“I used to do re­vi­sion af­ter ev­ery topic each day af­ter school to en­sure that I mas­ter the tech­niques,” he said.


Mean­while, Bongu­menzi dis­closed that he as­pires to be a Heart Sur­geon, some­thing which re­quires him to en­rol in in­sti­tu­tions of higher learn­ing which are out­side the Swazi­land bor­ders.

He said at present, he was look­ing for­ward to en­rol at the Univer­sity of Pre­to­ria.

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