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In order to excel in the USMLE exam, students must Think Like a Doctor and apply clinical thinking to each exam question. Becker faculty Dr. Steven R. Daugherty understands the underlying logic of the USMLE exam and is devoted to ensuring students’ success on test day. Through his personal USMLE exam prep resource, USMLEThought.com, Dr. Daugherty collaborated with Dr. Phillip Tisdall, M.D. to provide a ten-step process guiding students through the clinical thinking process.

Collect the basics. Age, gender, time frame and other demographic information will help you to picture the patient and the setting in your mind’s eye.

What’s the chief complaint? Is there a standard or clear clinical problem with a known approach?

Engage the clinical “train of thought.” Imagine you and a senior physician are in the room with the patient. Read through the rest of the question stem as if the physician were talking to you about the patient.

Consider the full set of information which is presented. Dr. Daugherty suggests moving away from looking for a simple association or “hook” in the question to considering the full set of information that is presented.

Come to a conclusion about the disease in question. Before reading the question line, come to your own conclusion about the disease in question.

Now read the question line. At this point, the question line should seem like the logical conclusion of your clinical thought process. Given all that has been presented, what does the senior physician want you to know?

Decide on the answer.

Look at the answer choices. Only look at the answer choices after you’ve already decided on the answer.

If you cannot think of a good answer, exclude the ones that you know are incorrect and pick from what is left. Eliminating false answers first will allow you to spend more time focusing on the answers that are most reasonable.

Move on to the next clinical case.

Practicing these steps and mastering the clinical thinking process will eventually help you to anticipate what information the question gives you to solve the problem. As Dr. Daugherty states: “Learning to think like a clinician is the key to understanding what each question expects from you and how to find the ‘train of thought’ that leads you to the solution waiting at the end.”

The current world is tending to more and more digitalization. Calculators are replaced by computers, switches are replaced by IOT devices, every other controlling device would be replaced by smartphones. And what do you think would replace the traditional marketing - "Digital Marketing"

Future is all about reaching the customer online. There won't be bill boards.... there will be Facebook posts that reach everyone. Information won't be sent via flyers rather e-mails would do the work. And search engines would influence the human decisions. Online reviews dominate the mouth of word. Asking Google would be comfortable than asking another person.

So, marketer be ready to upgrade your skills. These are the skills that every marker should be equipped with -

1. Search Engine Optimization(SEO)

2. Content Marketing

3. Social Media Marketing(SMM)

4. PPC (or Google Ads)

5. Email Marketing

6. Affiliate Marketing

SEO is optimizing the website for users and search engines to maximize the visibility and ranking of a webpage that is present on WWW. Content marketing is marketing your digital presence via content on different platforms.

To know more about these Digital Marketing aspects please go through the following link -www.edupristine.com/blog/digit…

As an accounting graduate the name - 'ACCA' might not be the first time you heard of it. So, let's talk more about it. I will try to give you some information regarding ACCA.

As ACCA full form states it's an association which conducts an exam which is widely accepted and acknowledged across the world.

To be an ACCA one has to give 2 sets of exams – one a fundamental level exam and the second one is a professional level exam.


What is ACCA’s Full Form?

ACCA’s full form stands for Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. It is a prestigious accountancy body whose membership is internationally recognized. With an ACCA accreditation under your belt, you can practice in domestic or international venues with equal professional dignity. The certification is an endorsement of your acquired accountancy skills which attests your command over diverse and complex advanced accountancy concepts. More than half a million ACCA certified professionals render their services in about 170 nations.

Advantages of ACCA Certification

The benefits of ACCA certification are innumerable.

  • You can suffix your name with ACCA designation. As a ‘Chartered Certified Accountant’, you can render your services for diverse financial or management domains and earn a handsome income.
  • Your prospects of landing lucrative career opportunities increase manifold times.
  • In a tenured job, your exhaustive skill set would earn you faster increments and promotions compared to MBA or similar degree holders.
  • You can also hatch your own independent consultancy firm. Since your knowledge would not be limited to finance and accountancy only, you can play an active role in designing organizational strategies.

This expedites your progression to a senior management role. The certification course is highly pragmatic in nature and addresses knowledge verticals from international accountancy and audit standards. ACCA certification is equivalent to a full-time university degree. You can balance work and study as you get to appear for exams twice annually.

Why Edupristine to prepare for ACCA Exams?

ACCA is a broad-based certification that opens the doors for diverse rewarding careers in accounting, banking, management, and consulting. You can easily reach influential senior roles in organizations by leveraging your skills with ACCA course.

  • We offer comprehensive and cutting-edge guidance for all 14 papers in ACCA comprising of ‘Knowledge, Skills, and Professional’ levels.
  • We help you become entitled to exemptions granted to individuals by ACCA based on your previous qualifications.
  • You can start preparing for ACCA Knowledge level with us just after completing Intermediate with Commerce.
  • You can access Edupristine classes on the go from multiple devices.
  • Top notch trainers would extend all possible academic assistance to help you succeed. Professional grade IT conferencing system from Citrix is used for streaming ‘Live Online Classes’.
  • Chat and voice support facilitates real-time interaction with faculty during online classes.

To know more about how to become an ACCA, to know about the challenges faced during ACCA preperation please go through our blog - www.edupristine.com/blog/acca-…


Are you a financial expert by profession? Are you a graduate looking to start a career in finance? Have you ever heard of Financial Analyst? Here I will tell you more about financial analyst and how to become a successful financial analyst. 

 

  

Answer these questions: 

1) Analyst analyses financial data? 

2) Generate financial reports? 

3) Prepare the financial plan for the business? 

 If you think "no" is the answer to any of the above questions then you definitely need to know more about what a financial analyst does. Here is a snapshot of Financial analyst job profile -  

 

    1)  sell-side function 

    2) buy-side function. 

    3) Investment dealings 

    4) merger or acquisition. 

    And what not any financial deal of a company requires a financial expert and here it can be a financial analyst. 

 

 

Employment opportunities: 

 

1) NBFCs 

2) broking houses 

3) mutual and pension funds – corporates 

4) investment banking firms 

5) and all other MNC which are hungry to aquire other firms 

6) other big firms  

 

If you are interested and want to become a financial anlyst go through the following link and know how to become a financial anlyst - www.edupristine.com/blog/what-… 

Text Analytics, also known as text mining, is the process of examining large collections of written resources to generate new information, and to transform the unstructured text into structured data for use in further analysis. Text mining identifies facts, relationships and assertions that would otherwise remain buried in the mass of textual big data.  These facts are extracted and turned into structured data, for analysis, visualization (e.g. via html tables, mind maps, charts), integration with structured data in databases or warehouses, and further refinement using machine learning (ML) systems.

Workflow of Text Mining

1. Collect Data- Unstructured information from websites, emails, blogs, social media websites, user comments, etc.

2. Text Parsing- This step involves extraction of words, parts of speech tagging, word filtering (removing preposition, numbers, and punctuations), synonyms, tokenization, and stemming.

3. Text Filtering- Removing irrelevant terms, building stop word dictionary and removing stop words

4. Transformation- Building term frequency document matrix (TDM) or document term matrix (DTM), computing frequency term counts, and calculating SVD’s

5. Text Mining Algorithms- Hierarchal Clustering, Topic Extraction, LDA and Gibbs Algorithm, Text summarization using text blob noun phrase extraction, sentiment analysis by identifying polarity using naïve Bayesian theorem, and Boolean rules

6. Analysis, Insights & Recommendations- Relationship between key categories, fish bowl analysis, risk analysis, identifying gaps and recommending it to business and key stakeholders.

The traditional text mining approach

A traditional text mining approach, by identifying a list of standard entities (people, organizations, places, etc.) can understand that John is a person, but probably can’t understand what happened (who saw his brother?!) nor the relationship (who is Jack’s brother? ). As a result, while it knows that the text talks about a person, it doesn’t extract any other information or insight.

To identify entities which, although not explicitly cited in a text, have a strong, consistent connection with entities already detected in the content, we need an intelligent technology that is able to understand the correct meaning of words and expressions in context, as well as the relationships between different concepts.

In other words, this requires a technology that can mimic the human capacity for disambiguating, reading and understanding text. Unlike traditional approaches, Expert System’s semantic software Cogito can identify the possible relationships that exist between entities and customized entities (not only people, places, organizations, companies but also URLs, email addresses, phone numbers, and values such as dates, currency and denomination, percentages, and virtually any other entity you need can be tagged or extracted).

Starting with a simple definition of text mining, we can now understand the value of a semantic technology, and how, if John is an international terrorist, it can be really strategic when applied for certain uses.

In order to excel in the USMLE exam, students must Think Like a Doctor and apply clinical thinking to each exam question. Becker faculty Dr. Steven R. Daugherty understands the underlying logic of the USMLE exam and is devoted to ensuring students’ success on test day. Through his personal USMLE exam prep resource, USMLEThought.com, Dr. Daugherty collaborated with Dr. Phillip Tisdall, M.D. to provide a ten-step process guiding students through the clinical thinking process.

Collect the basics. Age, gender, time frame and other demographic information will help you to picture the patient and the setting in your mind’s eye.

What’s the chief complaint? Is there a standard or clear clinical problem with a known approach?

Engage the clinical “train of thought.” Imagine you and a senior physician are in the room with the patient. Read through the rest of the question stem as if the physician were talking to you about the patient.

Consider the full set of information which is presented. Dr. Daugherty suggests moving away from looking for a simple association or “hook” in the question to considering the full set of information that is presented.

Come to a conclusion about the disease in question. Before reading the question line, come to your own conclusion about the disease in question.

Now read the question line. At this point, the question line should seem like the logical conclusion of your clinical thought process. Given all that has been presented, what does the senior physician want you to know?

Decide on the answer.

Look at the answer choices. Only look at the answer choices after you’ve already decided on the answer.

If you cannot think of a good answer, exclude the ones that you know are incorrect and pick from what is left. Eliminating false answers first will allow you to spend more time focusing on the answers that are most reasonable.

Move on to the next clinical case.

Practicing these steps and mastering the clinical thinking process will eventually help you to anticipate what information the question gives you to solve the problem. As Dr. Daugherty states: “Learning to think like a clinician is the key to understanding what each question expects from you and how to find the ‘train of thought’ that leads you to the solution waiting at the end.”

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In contrast, MS Business Analytics graduates will be typically working on more technical roles along with assisting in the business cases, making specific IT recommendations, and finding data-driven solutions. More often than not, the MBA grads are going to be the decision-makers; but, they need to understand the data for making those data-driven decisions.

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