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    This is how Shadman Shakib got an A (MIS107 @ 2017 Fall) .


    Hello friends,

    This is Shadman Shakib and I did MIS105 with Mr. Adeyl Khan in the fall 2017. When I first took the course, I had seen some bad reviews about the faculty that got me worried. And I also saw the reflection of those reviews on the very second class.

    Honestly after the first few classes I thought it was uninteresting because of the lengthy speeches. Yet after a few more lectures I actually figured the faculty wanted to deliver us a realistic view about the course/topic.

    I tried to be in track (schedule) from the first class by following his instructions. That’s why I was able to do good in the various assignments as mentioned in the course outline.

    So fellow students if you want to do brilliant in this course then I do suggest you some...

  • Muhibbul Shehab Haq

    This is how Muhibbul Shehab Haq got an A (MIS207 @ 2017 Summer) .


    Hello fellow candidates,

    Hope you are doing well. Last semester (Summer 2017) I had done the MIS 205 course with Mr. Adeyl Khan. This course might be a little challenging for some of you and I have recommended a number of tactics to aid you in getting a good grade.

    Before laying out the guidelines, I would like to personally evaluate our the faculty (Mr. Adeyl Khan) from a professional perspective. Some students have repeatedly given negative remarks regarding his teaching styles and the similar. Well I would strongly disagree as throughout my semesters at NSU I have never been taught in such a simple and interactive way. He was very informative and vocal (confident), not to mention influencing us students every now and then to speak out our ideas and...

  • Adibuzzaman Chowdhury

    This is how Adibuzzaman Chowdhury got an A (MIS207 @ 2017 Summer) .


    Hello Good People!

    I hope you all are well by the grace of almighty Allah. In the Summer of 2017, I completed my MIS205 course under the supervision of Mr. Adeyl Khan. The course is difficult but if you can follow few strategies then you will do well in this course. 

    Now let me tell you something about the faculty "AYN". People will say a lot of demotivating things about sir. They will suggest you to drop his course. Facebook reviews are also against him. In fact when I got him, at the very beginning I was also very scared. People made me feel scared. But I didn't listen to them. I was confident that if I give my best I will surely get a good grade. And here I am, writing about my success, how I got an A in his course. To me the faculty is not a horrible...

  • Nur Alam

    This is how Nur Alam got an A- (MIS107 @ 2017 Summer) .


    Hello All,

    I am Nur Alam Shuvo and I did my MIS105 in the Summer of 2017 with Mr. Adeyl Khan. I would like to confirm that this class is more digitalize than others. The course is not too hard but requires you to maintain a schedule.

    Here are my tips to getting good grade:

    • After first class go to course website and read all FAQ to get a clear idea about the course.
    • Take IOA as early as possible with a good preparation. If you find a mistake in an IOA, email the faculty thorough email. The first three students will get 1% bonus for a correction (review the bonus policy).
    • 99% MCQ & T/F will come from IOA in mid & final.
    • Focus on bolded word in book for IOA & Midterms.
    • Practice sample questions before Midterms....
  • Marium Binte Islam

    This is how Marium Binte Islam got an A (MIS207 @ 2017 Summer) .


    MIS205 is a both practical and theoretical course. As sir mentions from the beginning of the class, one has to keep an allotted time to study this subject through the semester. Here are few tips from my experience:

    • IOAs: The IOAs are a great way to finish studying the slides beforehand as there is an IOA in every 2-3 lectures. And also the answers will be provided after you are done with the IOA, which will help you to prepare for the midterms.
    • Mideterms and Finals: I used to note down the mind-maps sir draws for every lecture, which helped me later on for midterms and final exam. I used to study the slides with mind-maps I noted in the classes and start solving the practice midterm questions a week before the exams....

  • Irteza Ahamed GalibImage

    This is how Irteza Ahamed Galib got an A- (MIS207 @ 2017 Summer) .


    Hello Everyone,

    To be honest it takes hard work and diligence to get a good grade in this course and if you follow some basic steps you can easily be on cloud 9. So before you embark on the road of learning, being prepared for the journey ahead is a good starting point. These are the few guidelines that I think is the backstage behind my success.

    • Make sure you are present in all the classes and also make notes of the lectures so that this can help you point down important portions of the chapter.
    • Invest adequate amount of time everyday on this course because this is not like any course for which the day before exam will be enough to cover the full syllabus
    • Go through the mid and final exam sample (provided in the website) before giving...
  • Shahriar parvej

    This is how Shahriar Parvej got an A (MIS107 @ 2017 Spring) .


    Hello everyone,

    I am Shahriar Parvej and I did MIS105 at spring 17. I feel lucky and honored to do my MIS105 course with the faculty. You can find his some of the professional works mentioned here.

    • First of all, do not worry regarding what is world says about the course, or the faculty. I assure if you can maintain these easiest strategies, you are really fine enough for an “A”.
    • Another important part of this course is the IOAs. You can google answers, search the slides, read the book. The main benefit is that before the mid-terms, you will find that oh!! I know this topic. So, attend IOAs as carefully and spend time on it.
    • Make cheat...
  • 	Nayeem Ferdous

    This is how Nayeem Ferdous got an A- (MIS207 @ 2017 Spring) .


    Hello there! 
    If you spared some time out of your busy schedule to read my paragraph, I, Nayeem Ferdous, cannot thank you enough. When I first took the course, I had heard all dreadful (!) things about the course being very critical and how hard it is to ensure a good grade in it. Honestly, in the first few classes, I was clueless about the lectures. So if you are facing trouble in the first few classes, don’t lose hope. Here are a few tips and tricks that I followed that might come to use-

    • Don’t miss a class! Even if you do, make sure you have a valid reason and submit an application for it.
    • All the projects and assignments are very important, first of all, do a mind map for doing projects. 
    • ...
  • Md Ashfaque Uz Zaman

    This is how Md Ashfaque Uz Zaman got an A (MIS207 @ 2017 Spring) .


    Hello Everyone

    My name is Md Ashfaque Uz Zaman and I completed my MIS 205 with Mr. Adeyl Khan. Initially I would like to confirm that faculty is not at all like the Facebook reviews you find regarding him. You can rest assured that with a little hard work, you can achieve outstanding results. You are likely to find the first few classes quite overwhelming and difficult but trust me, after a while you will get a hang of things. Get ready for a wild ride of Kacchi/Pakki, Ananto Jalil, Laila-Majnu, Sherkhan and other whimsical illustrations of real life examples.

    Here are my tips to getting an A:

    • Read all the questions of the FAQ section and all of the policies. There are ample chances of getting bonuses. Don’t miss out on that...
  • Quazi Sadaf Sadman

    This is how Quazi Sadaf Sadman got an A (MIS107 @ 2017 Spring) .


    Hello good people,

    I am Quazi Sadaf Sadman and I did my MIS105 course with the faculty at Spring 2017. It was an exciting to do the course on my very first semester and here are some easy strategies that helped me to obtain A in this course.

    Firstly, just having a proficient English language skill is not enough. In this course, you have to be an avid learner, and a hard worker. If you can work hard, trust me it will pay off. 

    Then, we all know that faculty nowadays are not dependent on books. The presentations and reports will not have all the materials of the book nor the course. You have to be real and understand reality. Make presentations and reports on real situations based and not fairy...