Tuesday, July 17, 2012



Im sorry that I didnt update my blog for such a long time.Well, it has been a not-so-great final year (knowing that everyone did well) but I should thankful that Allah has planned it that way. I couldnt say much. But it is normal for a young people age 22 years old to have self-conflict? This is what happen to me lately , whether to start working or pursue study (master) . I dont even know what I want anymore. It's like you having a duel with your inner part of you and the brain start thinking other thing and the heart wont follow what the brain is thinking? i mean , im in the big mess.huuuu..

But...I know I shouldnt complain everythng, and I should have spill it out in front of Allah not in here but this is the feeling that I have rite now. A not-so-great feeling and feel-kinda-like-a-loser. I know that is not much people will read this but I hope this is the last entry ever I post about my kinda-emotion entry. Phewww....Sorry people that you have to read this (coz this entry doesnt give you any good information anyway (--')Y ).

Till then,

Friday, November 25, 2011

Cash-saving websites


i have just finish reading an article entitled cash-saving websites..haha..sound fascinating enough eh..these article especially to readers out there who love to shop online but yet love cheap thingy..hehe..so guys im goin to share with  u the rest of the story..

please visit to Bookdepository.com as this website selling books which their charge of delivery is FREEE!!!
it is UK-based online bookstore and not only able to ship over six million unique titles,but they do ship to our country too...how sweet is that!

many girls that I know get their beauty stash from this US-based site that gives you discounts on eve
rything from skincare to fragrances. they provide free shipping (four-six posting days for major cities,seven-10 posting days for others) too for everything except fragrances and cologne.

with over 140,000 hotels, B&Bs and serviced apartments worldwide to choose from, the guarantee from the people at Hotels.com is that you can find the same deal for less on a prepaid hotel, they'll match it. Not only that, the hotels are reviewed by their two million users who've actually stayed in the hotels so that you can make an informed choice when booking your stay.

Meals, spa treatments, horse riding and even piloting classes are only a handfuls of the things websites like Groupon Malaysia offer. there's nothing dodgy about purchasing one of its coupons.Groupon was noted by Forbes as the fastest growing Internet company in history!How does it work?Find a deal you like,pay for it (either offline or online), print the coupon and redeem it!Easy eh?

credits to : FEMALE magazine

Monday, October 31, 2011



im kind off cuak-ing wif all the subject that i have yet not revised n my thesis that doesnt go anywhere bcoz of my laziness..adeh..blame on me..

gotta study now,baru finish blogwalking...

target : finish labs and I REALLY wanna be a supervisor!!!InsyaAllah...

Monday, October 24, 2011

Secrets of Straight-A Students


Today, im going to share about an interesting article from Reader's Digest.Have fun reading u ols!

Everyone knows about straight-A students. We see them frequently in TV sitcoms and in movies like Revenge of the Nerds. They get high grades, all right, but only by becoming dull grinds, their noses always stuck in a book. They’re klutzes at sports and dweebs when it comes to the opposite sex.
How, then, do we account for Domenica Roman or Paul Melendres?
Roman is on the tennis team at Fairmont (W.Va.) Senior High School. She also sings in the choral ensemble, serves on the student council and is a member of the mathematics society. For two years she has maintained a 4.0 grade-point average (GPA), meaning A’s in every subject.
Melendres, now a freshman at the University of New Mexico, was student-body president at Valley High School in Albuquerque. He played varsity soccer and junior- varsity basketball, exhibited at the science fair, was chosen for the National Honor Society and National Association of Student Councils and did student commentaries on a local television station. Valedictorian of his class, he achieved a GPA of 4.4 — straight A’s in his regular classes, plus bonus points for A’s in two college-level honors courses.
How do super-achievers like Roman and Melendres do it? Brains aren’t the only answer. “Top grades don’t always go to the brightest students,” declares Herbert Walberg, professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, who has conducted major studies of super-achieving students. “Knowing how to make the most of your innate abilities counts for more. Infinitely more.”
In fact, Walberg says, students with high I.Q.s sometimes don’t do as well as classmates with lower I.Q.s. For them, learning comes too easily and they never find out how to buckle down.
Hard work isn’t the whole story, either. “It’s not how long you sit there with the books open,” said one of the many A students we interviewed. “It’s what you do while you’re sitting.” Indeed, some of these students actually put in fewer hours of homework time than their lower-scoring classmates.
The kids at the top of the class get there by mastering a few basic techniques that others can readily learn. Here, according to education experts and students themselves, are the secrets of straight-A students.
Set priorities. Top students brook no intrusions on study time. Once the books are open or the computer is booted up, phone calls go unanswered, TV shows unwatched, snacks ignored. Study is business; business comes before recreation.
Study anywhere — or everywhere. Claude Olney, an Arizona State University business professor assigned to tutor failing college athletes, recalls a cross-country runner who worked out every day. Olney persuaded him to use the time to memorize biology terms. Another student posted a vocabulary list by the medicine cabinet. He learned a new word every day while brushing his teeth.
Among the students we interviewed, study times were strictly a matter of personal preference. Some worked late at night when the house was quiet. Others awoke early. Still others studied as soon as they came home from school when the work was fresh in their minds. All agreed, however, on the need for consistency. “Whatever I was doing, I maintained a slot every day for studying,” says Ian McCray, a Middlebury College student from New Jersey.
Get organized. In high school, McCray ran track, played rugby and was in the band and orchestra. “I was so busy, I couldn’t waste time looking for a pencil or missing paper. I kept everything right where I could put my hands on it,” he says.
Paul Melendres maintains two folders — one for the day’s assignments, another for papers completed and graded. Traci Tsuchiguchi, a top student at Clovis West High School in Fresno, Calif., has another system. She immediately files the day’s papers in color-coded folders by subject so they’ll be available for review at exam time.
Even students who don’t have a private study area remain organized. A backpack or drawer keeps essential supplies together and cuts down on time-wasting searches.
Learn how to read. ”The best class I ever took,” says Christopher Campbell, who graduated from Moore (Okla.) High School last spring, “was speed-reading. I not only increased my words per minute but also learned to look at a book’s table of contents, graphs and pictures first. Then, when I began to read, I had a sense of the material, and I retained a lot more.”
In his book Getting Straight A’s, Gordon W. Green, Jr., says the secret of good reading is to be “an active reader — one who continually asks questions that lead to a full understanding of the author’s message.”
Schedule your time. When a teacher assigns a long paper, Domenica Roman draws up a timetable, dividing the project into small pieces so it isn’t so overwhelming.
“It’s like eating a steak,” she says. “You chew it one bite at a time.”
Melendres researches and outlines a report first, then tries to complete the writing in one long push over a weekend. “I like to get it down on paper early, so I have time to polish and review.”
Of course, even the best students procrastinate sometimes. But when that happens, they face up to it. “Sometimes it comes down to late nights,” admits Christi Anderson, an athlete, student-council member and top student at Lyman High School in Presho, S.D. “Still, if you want A’s, you make sure to hit the deadline.”
Take good notes – and use them. “Reading the textbook is important,” says Melendres, “but the teacher is going to test you on what he or she emphasized. That’s what you find in your notes.”
The top students also take notes while reading the text assignment. In fact, David Cieri of Holy Cross High School in Delran, N.J., uses “my homemade” system in which he draws a line down the center of a notebook, writes notes from the text on one side and those from the teacher’s lecture on the other. Then he is able to review both aspects of the assignment at once.
Just before the bell rings, most students close their books, put away papers, whisper to friends and get ready to rush out. Anderson uses those few minutes to write a two- or three-sentence summary of the lesson’s principal points, which she scans before the next day’s class.
Clean up your act. Neat papers are likely to get higher grades than sloppy ones. “The student who turns in a neat paper,” says Professor Olney, “is already on the way to an A. It’s like being served a cheeseburger. No matter how good it really is, you can’t believe it tastes good if it’s presented on a messy plate.”
Speak up. ”If I don’t understand the principle my teacher is explaining in economics, I ask him to repeat it,” says Christopher Campbell. Class participation goes beyond merely asking questions, though. It’s a matter of showing intellectual curiosity.
In a lecture on capitalism and socialism, for example, Melendres asked the teacher how the Chinese economy could be both socialist and market-driven, without incurring some of the problems that befell the former Soviet Union. “I don’t want to memorize information for tests only,” says Melendres. “Better grades come from better understanding.”
Study together. The value of hitting the books together was demonstrated in an experiment at the University of California at Berkeley. While a graduate student there, Uri Treisman observed a freshman calculus class in which Asian-Americans, on average, scored higher than other minority students from similar academic backgrounds. Treisman found that the Asian-Americans discussed homework problems together, tried different approaches and explained their solutions to one another.
The others, by contrast, studied alone, spent most of their time reading and rereading the text, and tried the same approach time after time even if it was unsuccessful. On the basis of his findings, Treisman suggested teaching group-study methods in the course. Once that was done, the groups performed equally well.
Test yourself. As part of her note-taking, Domenica Roman highlights points she thinks may be covered during exams. Later she frames tentative test questions based on those points and gives herself a written examination before test day. “If I can’t answer the question satisfactorily, I go back and review,” she says.
Experts confirm what Roman has figured out for herself. Students who make up possible test questions often find many of the same questions on the real exam and thus score higher.
Do more than you’re asked. If her math teacher assigns five problems, Christi Anderson does ten. If the world-history teacher assigns eight pages of reading, she reads 12. “Part of learning is practicing,” says Anderson. “And the more you practice, the more you learn.”
The most important “secret” of the super-achievers is not so secret. For almost all straight-A students, the contribution of their parents was crucial. From infancy, the parents imbued them with a love for learning. They set high standards for their kids, and held them to those standards. They encouraged their sons and daughters in their studies but did not do the work for them. In short, the parents impressed the lessons of responsibility on their kids, and the kids delivered.
IMPRESSSIVE  RITE ? the secret is no longer a secret..we can take notes on these tips while dun forget that the point that we are in this world is to collect/obtain/do more deeds that can be our saham for akhirat..insyaAllah..as a muslim,dun ever forget ur niat,niat belajar kerana Allah..everything we do is because of Allah..InsyaAllah,with Allah's bless we could be a successful muslim ...ameen..

courtesy of rdasia.com...

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Six easy ways to earn even after death


today im going to share with all of u the six easy ways to earn even after death..

  • Give a copy of quran to someone. Each time one reads from it, you gain.
  • Donate a wheelchair to a hospital. Each time sick person uses it, you gain.
  • Participate in building a masjid.
  • Place watercooler in a public place.
  • Plant a tree. You gain whenever a person or animal sits in its shade or eats from it.
  • And the easiest of all, share this message with people. Even 1 applies any of the above, you gain.

dan sebenarnya...ade banyak cr yg kite as a muslim can do in order to get blessing from Allah ..
Semoga kita sama-sama mendapat kebaikan daripada ilmu yang disampaikan ini..may Allah bless all of us..

jum pakat share!

courtesy from Fatin Liyana n Sherah ..

Friday, October 21, 2011

7 kalimat yang harus dibiasakan


Assalamualaikum,harini entri mengenai 7 kalimat yang harus dibiasakan/harus/WAJIB kita amalkan..

1.Bismillahirrahmanirrahiim :)
Setiap hendak melakukan sesuatu.

2.Alhamdulillah :)
Setiap habis melakukan sesuatu.

3.Astaghfirullah :)
jika melakukan sesuatu yg buruk.

4.Insya Allah :)
jika ingin melakukan sesuatu pada masa yang akan datang.

5.Laa hawla walaaquwwata illaah billaah :)
bila tidak bisa melakukan sesuatu yang agak berat/melihat hal yang buruk.

6.Innalillahi wainna ilaihi rojiun :)
jika melihat/menghadapi musibah.

7.Lailaha illallah :)
bacalah siang dan malam sebanyak2nya.

Rasulullah bersabda :)

"Barang siapa yang menyampaikan 1 (satu) ilmu saja dan ada orang yg mengamalkan, maka walaupun yang
menyampaikan sudah tiada (meninggal dunia), dia akan tetap memperoleh pahala"

jadi marilah kita same2 mengamalkan amalan ini...

peringatan ini untuk diri sendiri dan juga kawan2 di luar sana (^^)Y..

courtesy of On Balai Islam..

p/s: sape nk share dipersilakan~~~

Thursday, July 28, 2011


Assalamualaikum and a very good day to everyone,

let me re-started back as i thought i havent introduce myself in a proper way..
my name is Nur Tsiqah Mohd Nasir,currently a chemistry student in University Malaya and currently a Independent Herbalife Distributor...
What is that?
well, anyone that have weight issues (anything ,like u want to lose weight ke ,gain weight ke,masalah jerawat ka,senggugut ka,migrain...etc)...insyaAllah dgn izin Allah segala masalah anda akan selesai..
anyone yg nk free consultation n nk main timbng2 berat bdn ke ,nk tau body fat range ke...just give a call 0162037477 or u cn give me message via my email tsiqah_90@yahoo.com...
i can help u but only for serious people yg betul2 jujur nk lose weight okey?

okey ,this blog suppose to be medium of dakwah n im thinking this is just the way i will do it...although there will be a lot of herbalife stories n everyone (or someone) would say " kata blog ni tuk medium dakwah,xmcm pun" n i would say "saya hanya menyampaikan fakta yg betul shj,dn ini adalah betul"
sape kate medium tuk dakwah hanyala dlm bentuk tazkirah,ceramah,quote,cerita nabi...actually sumer bende asalkan halal di sisi Allah adalah medium tuk dakwah...kawan2 luaskan pemikiran anda...n yg penting skali husnu zon (bersangka baik) dgn apa2 skali pun...
 p/s: untuk peringatan diri sendiri yg rase mcm iman kadang2 naik trun,naik turun...husnu zon cqa, husnu zon...