I got 50% in PCM. What are the career options for me and overall 57.8%?

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Passing the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) courses can make you eligible to several good opportunities which may be the start of a fruitful career path for you. There are many career options available after passing the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) courses. Some of these career options include:

  • Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Accounting
  • Aviation training (Instructor, Flight attendant, Flight Deck Crew, or Pilot trainings)
  • Hotel Management

These career paths can be achieved mainly based on these several factors:

1. Strong points the applicant possesses - this includes the raw and overall score obtained during the examination, as well as the overall performance of the applicant during school.
2. Job ambition - this is where the desire of the applicant sets in. Regardless of the scores obtained, if the applicant is not at all determined to reach a certain peak of career desired, the score wouldn't make much of a difference.
3. Monetary gain - this probably is the most crucial, if not most important factor that is given the most consideration in choosing the right career. The stream of workload that is ideally expected should be in line with the salary and benefits that can be gained once that career is chosen.

It is important to consider these many factors in choosing among the list above, on what career is right and suitable for you. If a career path may be out of hand, taking examinations to further pursue your studies can also be one option. Some universities offer courses that may supplement your learning in the field of career chosen, meaning, more opportunities for you. Setting out a broader reach when it comes to choosing your career doesn't only stop upon getting a high mark, but can also be greatly affected by the drive and determination you have to reach the peak of your success.

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