If you’re a Sri Lankan and just finished your A/L Exam Read this now and craft your future. Yourself!

  1. Get your driving license
    For most Sri Lankan families buying their own car is still a distant dream, even for my poor family it was the same when I was a teenager. So I didn’t bother much about getting a license, But when I could actually afford a car I regretted the decision so much when I had to take driving classes while working full-time. Spending your time to learn how to drive a vehicle can immediately give you edge over your competition at job interviews as well as you gain a secondary form of identification as it can be used as an ID card. Also it gives you a sense of adulthood and responsibility.
    (P.S. — Try to look a little serious in the photo)
  2. Get your passport done.
    Similarly to a driving license getting your travel documents ready is very important as you will never know where in the world your next opportunity will arise. You are able to save some money on the processing fees as you can go ahead with the lower rate normal procedure and you will have your passport mailed to you in 10 working days if you submit the documents right.

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