Com­ple­ti­on of the sum­mer ex­ami­na­ti­on for trainees

At the June 3rd, a Wed­nes­day, the time had come, 3 ye­ars of ap­pren­ti­ce­ship reached their big final.

The week be­fo­re, tog­e­ther with the trai­ners, we pre­pa­red our­sel­ves in­ten­si­ve­ly for the fi­nal exam. The fi­nal pre­sen­ta­ti­ons have been re­vi­sed, re­play­ed and re­vi­sed again un­til we were satisfied.

The tech­ni­cal dis­cus­sion was also prac­ti­ced, pos­si­ble to­pics eva­lua­ted and ques­ti­ons considered.

But even the most in­ten­si­ve pre­pa­ra­ti­on did not eli­mi­na­te the ner­vous­ness in all of us.

For most of us, the tech­ni­cal dis­cus­sion was the most un­cer­tain va­ria­ble, but here, too, the pre­pa­ra­ti­on by our trai­ners was a gre­at help. The­re were many ques­ti­ons in the pre­pa­ra­ti­on, which were fi­nal­ly as­ked later.

But af­ter 10 to 15 mi­nu­tes of worry­ing about the tech­ni­cal dis­cus­sion, the re­li­ef came for each of us with the in­for­ma­ti­on to have pas­sed the exam.

Till now sup­ports the In­for­ma­ti­on Ma­nage­ment as Ju­ni­or Busi­ness Ap­p­li­ca­ti­on En­gi­neer. Se­bas­ti­an and I now also work as Ju­ni­or Busi­ness Ap­p­li­ca­ti­on En­gi­neers, but sup­port the CRM.

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