School: Qifa Primary School, Fairfield Methodist Primary School, Nan Hua High School, Hwa Chong Junior College, National University of Singapore
CCA: Netball, Innovation Club, Christian Fellowship, GuZheng Ensemble, Media and Debate Club, Library Club, Health and Fitness Club, Astronomy Club
Class: 1F, 2C, 3F, 4D, 5G, 6G, 101, 201, 301, 401, 10S67 wishlist:
Go to Hwa Chong/RJC Become a doctor at Harvard/NUS
Set up a non-profit organization to help abused children, endangered animals and the rainforest.
Publish my own novel/direct a movie/make a CD Contact:
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 | Time: 1/13/2010 05:42:00 PM
Still feeling REALLY mad. Before reviewing more JCs, I'm plagued with doubts. I think I am the top among 3 pters. So sure? If you're 3 pter, at least 6 subject A1 (including normal chinese) Assuming everyone takes 9 subjects, what about the 3 not A1? HMT: A2-C6 A science-Phy/Chem/Bio-A2 English: A1-A2 Any Math-A2 Comb Humans-A1 Since I got A2 for everything else, I'm pretty much on top. BUT... there's people who get A1 for English but A2 for maths, maybe? Then I'm below them. Because they, like me, just happen to get 7 A1s too. Can't go HCJC... I want to go there Been dreaming of going there ever since PSLE. Which in case you're wondering, is 256+2. Far short of the 264 needed, to safely go there. But there's one way. If I take Chinese Elective. I know, I'm depriving someone of their love for CLEP, lol. But face it, how many people there are like that? Most of them, like me, just wants 2 more bonus point to go HCJC. But anyway, I heard they got B3 for HMT, which means I'll definitely be better than them. And it's not like I'll surely fail CLEP, lol. Except now I can't take a subject in H2. From: H1: PW H2: Chem, Physics, Maths, Japanese, KI To: H1: PW, GP, General studies in chinese, Maths H2: Chem, Physics, Japanese, Chinese language and literature. I checked, it is possible to offer 12 units. Requirements to become a doctor is H2 As in Chem and Phy/Bio. Sorry, maths, though you're easy, I have to drop you. Because I love japanese far more than that. 4 years I spent studying Japanese, I can't just stop. Otherwise I might as well not take it in the first place, who knows, with the extra time saved not travelling to bishan from clementi, wasting 3 hours of my life every week, I could get the A1 needed for english?