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How I got a good grade: 

Assalamualaikum everyone. This is Fazilatun Nisa Sayed. I did MIS 207 (Ebusiness) under the kind guidance of Mr. Adeyl in Fall-2019. My experience with MIS105 was not very pleasant. Hence I was pretty scared of the MIS207. But the course helped me to have a good knowledge and sense of application from this course. This course is well structured and so following certain ways makes it easy to earn a good grade. Things to take care of to earn a good grade are-

  1. Attendance: Be present in every class, respond during the class, and be on time. It will keep you updated and will give you a better understanding of the contents. Last but not the least, there is a bonus for full attendance! 
  2. Group Assignments: Things to do well in this section are- a careful selection of group members, a good knowledge over the concepts, good research skills, creativity, and ability to follow guidelines provided by sir. Try to give presentations for all the GAs, it will add more to your scores. Contact the instructor beforehand to make an appointment for the presentations. 
  3. IOAs: Attempt all the IOAs to get a good grade and to have a better preparation for midterms and final. Make sure not to take part in both online and offline quizzes for the same chapters. 
  4. Labs: Be present in every lab session and bring your own laptop as it results in bonuses. Submit the lab tasks on time.
  5. Mock tests: Solving the question papers from previous semesters is a good way to prepare for the exams. And again, bringing the solved mock test brings you a bonus point! 
  6. Exams: Start studying earlier for the midterms and final; else it will be hard to take the most preparation. Try to score minimum 70% in all the exams.

Most importantly, try to grab all the bonus opportunities sir provides you. To keep updates for the bonuses, be regular in class, communicate with group members and CR, and visit the course website regularly. 

And lastly, if you initially can’t cope up and start feeling like you can’t make it, keep these words of the the instructor in mind, “your trying is what matters, so keep on trying”. The instructor is more helpful and kind than some students might think. So don’t hesitate to approach him for any sort of help. And if you need further information, feel free to knock me on Facebook: 

Good Luck for a nice course journey!