- Risk management is a vast topic. Do not blindly learn theory without practical applications
- Bring notes in the form of mind maps or concept maps. That way, you’ll see how different parts of the course connect.
- Quoting real-life scenarios (staying abreast with current business examples) will prove your understanding of the topic and is a sure shot scorer.
- The presentation makes a real impression. While answering correctly is important, how you present it also matters. Structuring your answers into sections and highlighting important parts of the answer will create a good impression.
- Since case-based questions will be asked, support your answer with facts, statements, and then conclude by stating your views on the issue.