Friday, June 21, 2013


Salam Jumaat everybody :)

Today I wanted to show you the correct way on how to arrange your certificates. This is very important especially if you have to bring your certificates for an interview.

For your information,  historical order is the correct way to arrange certificates. Please don't get me wrong, I'm not saying arranging certificates following chronological order or any other way is wrong. You have all the right on determining the way of arranging your certificates. But, if you have to bring your certificates for an interview, historical order is definitely the correct way to arrange it. Your interviewer will also expect the same thing, historical order of certificates.

Arranging certificates are very simple task, as simple as A, B, C...

1: Of course you will need a file and all your certificates.

2: Arrange the certificates following historical order which is from the most recent certificates to the oldest one.

3: Put it in the file. Finish!
Please make sure the first certificate that you will see when you turn the front cover of the file is the most recent certificate.

If you have so many certificates, I advise you to have two files for certificates. One is for the recent certificates for you to bring during an interview. Whereas the other one is for the oldest certificates such as those from your primary school.

For an interview, just bring the most recent certificates of yours which is relevant to the post you are applying for. But I tell you what, sometimes the interviewer don't even take a look at your certificates because they are focusing on interviewing you. Thus, you also must prepare on how to answer the interview's questions properly.

I think that's all for now. See ya in the next entry. Cheers!

#  The above certificates belong to ma younger brother. 

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