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MOE's Misinterpretation of Subject Terminologies

Dear all,

I am really surprised that no one has brought this matter up at all. I am really perplexed as to whether Singaporeans really are that linguistically inclined to notice something as glaring as that, or are simply just too ignorant to bother about such “insignificant” things, but in the grand scheme of things, if such an error is considered “insignificant”, there will be many linguistic loopholes that can be open to interpretation in the future, and subsequently, these loopholes might be exploited for further unethical activities. 1,127 more words

Politics

Zohaib Asad - The record setter

                                 

 HE CAME, HE SAW, HE DOMINATED

 Zohaib Asad, a student from Pakistan , astonished every one by acquiring 42 A’s in Cambridge O/A Level examination combined, setting a new record at international level. 1,148 more words

Giggles and some learning

When I was in my O’Levels, the private school I was studying in didn’t give us any choice in the subjects we could take. So we all had the same main subjects i.e. 797 more words

The Daily Post Challenges

In the 21st Century, how important is it to be able to read, write and speak English in Singapore?

This is an English composition written by a student doing Cambridge O’ levels in 2014.

Standard: GCE O’levels.

In the 21st Century, there has been a vast technological advancement compared to the 20th Century, especially with the development of the internet as a tool for social networking with English as lingua franca. 731 more words

Singapore

2.1. Why did the Liberals Introduce Welfare Reforms?

The people of Britain faced some serious problems before the Liberal Party’s victory in the general elections of 1906.

Poverty
Life was not easy in Britain, and money was hard to come by. 420 more words

Modern World History

2.1. Why did the Liberals Introduce Welfare Reforms?

The people of Britain faced some serious problems before the Liberal Party’s victory in the general elections of 1906.

Poverty 
Life was not easy in Britain, and money was hard to come by. 420 more words

History

Goals

Today I’ll be talking about my personal goals. More specifically, goals I wish to achieve for o levels as well as post-o’s. As many of you might know, I’m really interested in taking Mass Communications in poly. 853 more words