Behind most of the victories one or other person is involved. How can I forget my parents, who extend their constant support whenever I shoot new online tasks. Since I do not have a personalized system I need to rely on the desktop which is located amidst my parent's room. I should acknowledge this issue because sometimes the blogging time is midnight while sometimes it is early morning. Yet, they never complained of their wee sleeping hours. Before starting my experience, I take this opportunity to thank Prof.J.Vijaya Ratna mam for constantly supporting students in these competitions. She has been my 'power drink' whenever I feel low and dry. I consider her as a stalwart. Huge Respects to you Madam!! Last but not the least, i thank Mr.Koteswara Rao sir (Eswar sir) for making all this possible. This is the second time I am participating in my dear competition Skills Test. The former attempt was given in 2009 and we ended in receiving Active Participant Awards. Our team entry was not planned. The last date arrived and we did not even send the resumes and college permission letter. At the net moment, the whole process hastened and there we go- Team PHARMAPHILICS is born!! In this context I express my gratitude to Prof. G.Girija Sankar sir for accepting our proposal as a Guide. At the same time the whole journey wouldn't be this much interesting without my best friends- Gangadhar Hari and K Sravani. Prof.G.Girija Sankar sir is our Leader. He readily accepted our proposal inspite of his busy schedule. He is student friendly and squeezes time just to discuss the 'hot and happenings' of pharmainfo.net. The blog topics he assigned us are very innovative. There were times where we used to sit for a discussion in vacations. That's his zest for spreading knowledge. Coming to my mates, Gangadhar is doing M.Pharm in Pharmacology specialization in Andhra University. He is cooperative, well defined in thoughts, planned and what not? He is very regular and his thinking and preparation modes are impressive. He has a rare sight of understanding critical topics. I owe 50pc of my GPAT success journey to Gangadhar. He has been inspiring me in one way. The other lady doll in our team is K Sravani. She is competitive, filled with energy and always strive for a better result. This year she joined M.Pharm in a reputed college in Visakhapatnam in Pharmacology specialization. Her system is my 2nd source for posting blogs. She is updated with new technologies and knowledge and keeps herself in 'trends'. Whenever we have a tete-a-tete, the discussion swings between studies and of course non study oriented matters. ?. It feels great to be in this competition. QT1 went well with major postings while I felt QT2 had a deep decline in participant's interest. Yet, I never felt void because my aim is not to withdraw from competition and so kept posting. A huge backdrop for non timely postings is powercut in Vizag. The horrid part is we all situated in the same locality so concealing this bitter fact is of no use. I admit that. Finally, If you want me to rate this competition I would go for AWESOME..no..AWESOMER..no no..AWESOMEST!!! It has given me rare opportunity of meeting pharma people across the globe. Thank You everyone!!! SIRISHA PINGALI.