How to Improve Confidence in Communicating for Science Students

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Nowadays, communication skills is crucial requirement for science students. It is important for them to be able to speak up their mind fluently with a full confidence. When an individual communicates with confidence, the audience will be more convinced. There are some ways to improve confidence in communicating for science student.

            First and foremost, you need to be ready with whatever talk you are going to deliver. Do not burn the midnight oil as it will make yourself clumsier. Read a lot of materials, so that you are more knowledgeable. When you read a lot, your words are more meaningful and powerful.

            Next, you should always speak from your heart. Never trying to be someone else as people can easily detect a slight change in yourself. Never tell lies when talking to others because trust is the best partner when communicating. With trust you will be recognized as a good communicator.  

            You should also communicate with a clear voice so that people will understand easily what you are talking. Change your voice tone base on your situation. If possible insert some humour so that your audience will give more attention to you. They will also become more cheerful and glad to hear more from you.

             Apart from that, you should practice before you deliver something important. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. You may also smile before communicating with other. Smile can boost your confidence level as you would be more comfortable to communicate with someone. When you are happy your mind are more rational.

            In conclusion, there are many ways to improve confidence in communicating for science student. If you are determined to have a good communicating skills you must practice a lot. As the saying goes practice makes perfect.

Khairulmunir Bin Mohamad
Bachelor of Science with Honours (Biology)
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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