It’s just an update on what I have mentioned in my previous post. After a very long debate with my NUS seniors (about 6 years older ??), it has been realised that although the UAS may not have been an official thing, but it might have been used to filter students. A senior of mine […]

#91 – Result Release

Time has passed so fast. One year ago, I was the one sitting anxiously in my school hall, waiting for the release of my result.  And now, one year has passed.  From the perspective of someone who has been through such terrors, many might be looking for answers online, trying to determine what are the […]

#82 – Studying at home

Today is the 3rd day of the Lunar New Year and I am already starting my revision for LSM1102. Having 4 core modules and a level 2000 GEM module is really no joke. People considering to take bridging for Life Science in NUS, please think twice. Not that I am starting to regret my choice […]

#59 – Waiting Anxiety Part (II)

Given that many readers has been reading about my posts on university admission in Singapore, I decided to give a little update as a form of follow-up to my previous post on receiving my letter of offer into National University of Singapore (NUS). If you have read the previous posts or my new wordpress: Forensicaholic, […]

#44 – End of University Application

Yesterday was the 1st of April, 2013. It was April Fools’ Day.  But for the minority of us, it marks the end of the arduous month of local university admission for local GCE ‘A’ Level students.  I mentioned previously that I didn’t get very good results for my ‘A’ Levels. It was not good at […]