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Thursday, 5 January 2017

800,000 pageviews for this blog

This blog has just hit a total of 800,000 pageviews. Thanks to all readers of this blog for your support!

10 comments:

  1. Um...... I wonder why you still accept the TJW as friend in Facebook so far

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    1. There are two different TJW that I know. The TJW that I accept as my Facebook friend is not the TJW that I hate. Instead, she is a reader of this blog just like you.

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  2. Oh i see... sorry

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  3. Because the name is too same. That is why im confused. Sincerery sorry about that. Btw your blog are very useful and thanks for providing some useful tips

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  5. Dear Daniel, I'm facing a tough decision here. If I were to go into matrics, I'm afraid that the government will not offer me the course that I want after i finish my matrics. On the other hand, if I apply to A levels, I'm aware that it is hard to score a GPA of 3.8 and above. In this case, I may not get the privilege of any scholarships. If you were in my position (and is deciding to take medicine) which one will you take? Matrics or A levels? Thank you :)

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  6. Dear Daniel, I'm facing a tough decision here. If I were to go into matrics, I'm afraid that the government will not offer me the course that I want after i finish my matrics. On the other hand, if I apply to A levels, I'm aware that it is hard to score a GPA of 3.8 and above. In this case, I may not get the privilege of any scholarships. If you were in my position (and is deciding to take medicine) which one will you take? Matrics or A levels? Thank you :)

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  7. Dear Daniel, I'm facing a tough decision here. If I were to go into matrics, I'm afraid that the government will not offer me the course that I want after i finish my matrics. On the other hand, if I apply to A levels, I'm aware that it is hard to score a GPA of 3.8 and above. In this case, I may not get the privilege of any scholarships. If you were in my position (and is deciding to take medicine) which one will you take? Matrics or A levels? Thank you :)

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    1. CGPA of 4.0 is equivalent to 3A in A Level. It is fairly easy to get 3A in A Level, as long as you fully understand everything and master the answering techniques. Besides, you will enjoy much better life if you choose A Level because Matriculation colleges have poor facilities and strict rules. Therefore, if I am in your position, I will choose A Level.

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