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How to Easily Choose Your Career After Matric

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How to Easily Choose Your Career After Matric

Every student gets confused after passing their matric exams, because he/she does not know how to choose their future career. In the times when our parent used to study they only had to choose between biology and mathematics. But in the current era students have to choose from various subject groups such as Science, Commerce and Arts (or Humanities). 

After you receive your 10th class result 2018, you will often ask yourself this question, “Which career path should I follow?” However you will find it very difficult to find an answer. So, to help you out BeEducated.pk has brought you easy ways to choose your career after Matric. 

Make Sure It’s Your Decision to Study Something

Decision making is an important skill that is put to the test in any career. So it’s best to start making big decisions from an earlier stage, in this way you will become more experienced by time you begin your career. Before matriculating you only had to choose whether you will study in Urdu medium or English medium. But after 10th class you have to make decision that can affect your whole life. This is a big deal right?

So make sure it is you who choose your future career and study options. As often parents make this choice for their children, who end up regretting not discussing their likes, dislikes, strengths and weaknesses at that time. Hopefully, as you keep on reading you will start to find an answer for your question.

Do Not Get Confused from the Available Options

Many students get confused from the various available options now a days. As you can choose from too many options there is always a bigger chance of making a wrong decision. So, focus on your strengths and go for the best option according to your skills and abilities. 

Consequences of Your Decision

As you make your career choice for the future, you should not only follow other people examples. Because once you have made your decision then only you have to deal with its consequences. If somebody else succeeded in some field that does not mean it will be the same for you. That’s why you should pick an option that suits your personality and interests. 

You Can Even Choose a Different Educational Board

Not many students have thought about it but they have the option to sit in exams for completely different educational boards. However, some educational boards have higher standards than the others so keep in mind that it can be hard to pass their examinations. 

Anyhow, after matric all boards will push you towards three options that are Science, Commerce and Art subjects. Let’s look at these options in detail:

1.    Science 

Students often take admission in Science group after passing 10th class, because following this study path you can go for high paying career opportunities in Engineering and Medicine. Colleges offer various subject combination in Science groups, which are named as following:

•    FSC (Pre-Medical)
•    FSC (Pre-Engineering)
•    ICS (Intermediate in Computer Science)

2.    Commerce

This group is the second most popular choice among students. Because following this path you will be able to build a career in banking, finance or accounting anywhere in the world. As thousands of companies are looking for capable people in the commerce field all the time. Colleges offer around seven subjects, each year, in the two years long degree programme under the ICOM (Intermediate in Commerce) certification.

Therefore, you should check all subjects beforehand to know they will not be too difficult for you to understand. If you are still confused about your choice let us tell you, you still have another option.

3.    Arts (Humanities)

Arts or Humanities group is not commonly followed by lots of students. But it definitely offers many exciting career choices such as literature, teaching, journalism and social work etcetera.

As a matter of fact, if you choose arts then you can study various combinations of subjects from the following:

•    Compulsory Subjects: Urdu, English, Pakistan Studies, Islamic Studies (Ethics for Non-Muslims)
•    Optional Subjects: Student can pick one subject from each group

Group A

Persian    Civics
English Literature
Urdu Literature
Group B    

History of Islam
Home Economics

Group C

Physical Education
Fine Arts
Computer Studies

That is all from our side! Now you have more than enough tips, advices and information to make a rational decision. Finally, keep visiting our website frequently to read more informative articles. 

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