Tuesday, October 16, 2007

I hate presentation!

I have a presentation tomorrow and I just hate it. Usually if I know the topic well I have no problem. But this time, the article is a summary from a 2 days forum from OECD, so you get pieces of info here and there. Not much elaboration into each point. I hate to present something I myself don't even understand.

Besides, I do not think this professor deserves my hard work. She is just plain lazy, having us doing the work and teach nothing. According to her, if nobody asks question that means our presentation is not interesting. For Pete's sake, when she lectures nobody asks question, or sometimes she couldn't even give satisfactory answer.

Even internet couldn't help much this time. :-(

8 comments:

  1. mm if you cannot convince them, confuse them. :P put in all the weird stuff in your presentation.......and make sure u have answers for those things. so when ppl ask, you can answer. :P

    otherwise, just go n BS. at least, tat's what i used to do

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  2. I hate presentation too! The trick is to always imagine your audience buck naked ;) It helps a lot

    hahahah!

    Good luck

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  3. Good luck for your presentation.. :)

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  4. Helo..New here...Came by way from JT's blog. Hope you don;t mind.

    All the best with ur presentation. I am sure it will be fine.

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  5. In my class, we tend to help each other out by asking questions so that we benefit each other on the marks.

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  6. alvin,

    I don't know how to put weird stuff. The thing is I don't like to put stuffs there and risk being asked and couldn't answer the question. One thing I learnt from my previous job was to talk only what you know well.

    frankensteina,
    How can you imagine your audience buck naked? They are all there staring at you. :-)

    Thanks keeyit.

    Nightwing,
    Thanks for stopping and left some nice comments.

    cookingninja,
    Yes my classmate proposed to ask pre-set question but personally I prefer to have the challenge on the spot. :-)

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  7. I'm a bit late but I hope your presentation went well!

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  8. Hi colourmecrazy,

    Welcome back!!!

    Thanks the presentation turned out ok.

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