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    • not bad
      can try


      take your time to browse through the organisations and the conditions 
      and whether your choice of course is relevant

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    • Originally posted by plshelpmeleh:

      I got CCD/C , C for GP and B for PW

      Rank points 66.375

      got any chance to go into nus/ntu? feel like dying :/

      wah...... a bit tough.....


      erm u wanna major in what?

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    • part of the job?

       

       

      we need to save water

      let's bathe together

      im going now 

      who is coming?

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    • 山谷里的小溪 lahhhhhh

       

       

       

       

      你会不会的 

      Edited by FireIce 24 Feb `17, 11:35PM
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    • Two institutions to offer new work-study degree programmes from second half of 2017

       

      From the second half of this year, Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) and SIM University (UniSIM) will offer new degree programmes which would allow undergraduates to alternate between studying and working.

      About 65 places would be available under these SkillsFuture Work-Study Degree Programmes, which would be piloted in those two universities.

      For SIT, these new programmes will be in information security, software engineering, hospitality business, electrical power engineering and civil engineering. The programmes are open to the incoming first-year students, while those in their second year can apply for some of them.

      Meanwhile, UniSIM's programmes, which will be in finance and business analytics, will be open to students in their second and third year.

      These "co-operative" degree programmes were first mentioned by Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) Ong Ye Kung last June. Giving further details in his address at SIT's inaugural graduation ceremony, where 82 accountancy students received their degree certificates, Mr Ong said, "Such programmes will take the work-learn concept a step further, and have been implemented in countries in Europe and also in Canada."

      A total of 12 organisations, including government agencies, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as multinational corporations will partner the two universities to jointly co-design the curriculum and assess potential candidates. Those who have come onboard include Standard Chartered, Singapore Power and the Infocomm Media Development Authority.

      Applicants would be assessed on qualities such as passion for the industry, good leadership track records and performance in entrance tests. Participating organisations will also mentor and guide students during their on-the-job training, with credits to be given which will count towards their total credit required for graduation.

       

       

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    • ... Visa card  can save you 5% in cashback on your recurring mobile, cable TV and internet bills every month. Both  UOB Delight Card  and  OCBC 365 Card  can save 3% on your recurring telco bills from SingTel, StarHub and M1.  ...

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    • 2016 A-Level results: 92.6% score at least 3 passes, slight drop from 2015

       

      A total of 12,538 students took last year’s GCE A-level examination and 92.6 per cent of these students obtained at least three H2 passes and a pass in General Paper (GP) or Knowledge and Inquiry (KI), said the Ministry of Education (MOE) on 24 Feb (Friday).

      This is a slight drop from the 93.1 per cent achieved by students in 2015.

      The 92.6 per cent pass percentage is the second-best performance by A-level takers since the curriculum was revised 10 years ago,

      On Thursday, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Long had wished students well via his Facebook page. “Whatever your results, do take the time to consider what your interests and strengths are, and pursue them,” he wrote.

      “Your early 20s are a great time for self discovery and adventure. Remember to stay focussed, motivated, and driven. All the best!”

       

       

      GCE A-Level results dip slightly this year

      Results of the 2016 GCE A-Level examination dipped slightly from the previous year with about 92.6 per cent of last year’s cohort of 12,538 students getting at least three H2 passes, with a pass in General Paper or Knowledge and Inquiry.

      Nevertheless, it is the second best showing since the curriculum was revised about a decade ago. The class of 2015 scored the best results — 93.1 per cent of them achieving the same standard of passes.

      2014’s cohort saw 91.4 per cent attaining the same standard of passes.

      School candidates received their results at their schools on Friday (Feb 24) from 2.30pm. Private candidates will be notified of their individual results by post.

      Private candidates can also use their SingPass account to obtain their results online via Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board’s website at www.seab.gov.sg from 2.30pm on Friday.

       

      2016 A-level results: 92.6% get at least 3 passes, slight dip from 2015

      Of the 12,538 students who took last year's GCE A-level examination, 92.6 per cent achieved at least three H2 passes, with a pass in General Paper (GP) or Knowledge and Inquiry (KI).

      This is a slight dip compared to last year's cohort, 93.1 per cent of which achieved at least three H2 passes and a pass in GP or KI.

      But it is the second-best performance by an A-level cohort since the curriculum was revised about a decade ago, with last year's performance setting the benchmark for the highest pass rate.

      Previously, the second-best performance was set by the 2014 cohort, with a 91.4 per cent pass rate.

      As a whole, the last three cohorts have attained the three highest pass rates since the curriculum was revised.

      On Thursday morning (Feb 23), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong posted his best wishes to the students on his Facebook page.

      "Whatever your results, do take the time to consider what your interests and strengths are, and pursue them." he wrote.

      "Your early 20s are a great time for self discovery and adventure. Remember to stay focussed, motivated, and driven."

      Students went back to their schools at 2.30pm on Friday (Feb 24) to collect their result slips.

      Private candidates will receive their results by post. Those who are SingPass account holders can log in to the internet Examination Results Release System (iERRS) to obtain their results online.

      The system can be found on the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board's website at https://ierrs.seab.gov.sg/.

      Results on the website were also made available from 2.30pm on Friday.

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    • All the new features in the latest Pokémon Go update

      The biggest update to Pokémon Go since its official release has finally arrived - the introduction of 80 new Pokémon from the Gold & Silver original games, adding to the baby Pokémon we got late last year.

      But besides the new Pokémon, there are a lot of cool stuff that’s been added into the latest version of Pokémon Go as well. Update your app now and check out these new features:

      NEW ENCOUNTERS UI

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      Encountered Pokémon now have new animations when they appear. In addition, selecting a different PokéBall or Berry has been made easier as they’ve placed small icons on the main catch screen. 

      Try and wait for Pokémon that zigzag around or float high above to calm down before throwing a PokeBall. 

      NEW EVOLUTION ITEMS

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      Spin your next PokéStop and you might receive some new items, used for evolving certain Pokémon. These items are the King’s Rock, Metal Coat, Sun Stone, Up-Grade and the Dragon Scale. You’ll also need the required amount of candy to evolve these Pokémon. These are pretty rare so count your lucky stars if you get one.

      Here is a list of Pokemon that evolve using items and candy.

      • Slowpoke into Slowking - King's Rock + 50 Slowpoke Candy
      • Poliwhirl into Politoed - King's Rock + 100 Poliwag Candy
      • Scyther into Scizor - Metal Coat + 50 Scyther Candy
      • Onix into Steelix - Metal Coat + 50 Onix Candy
      • Gloom into Bellossom - Sun Stone + 100 Oddish Candy
      •  Sunkern into Sunflora - Sun Stone + 50 Sunkern Candy
      • Porygon into Porygon2 - Upgrade + 50 Porygon Candy
      • Seadra into Kingdra - Dragon Scale + 100 Horsea Candy

      Many of these Pokémon are actually from the original 151, which gained alternate and new evolutions in this update. For the full line-up of first generation Pokémon that got new evolutions, check them out here


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    • HDT Singapore Taxi to double its taxi fleet this year

       

      There will be more taxi options this year, once newcomer HDT Singapore Taxi doubles its fleet of electric taxis to 100 cars by June. 

      And the company said it isn't planning to stop there. 

      It has set its sights on a more ambitious target: To operate up to 800 taxis after acquiring a full Taxi Service Operator's Licence by the middle of next year, said managing director James Ng at the official launch of the company on Friday (Feb 24).

      Mr Ng also announced a tie-up with Grab, under which commuters can book an electric taxi through the private hire car app.

      The electric taxi service is part of an Electric Vehicle project by the Land Transport Authority and the Economic Development Board, which looks into the viability of electric transportation here,.

      Since hitting the roads in October last year, HDT has set itself apart from competitors by offering drivers full employment benefits, alongside a basic gross monthly salary of S$1,600. A driver's income can go up to S$4,300 per month — provided the drivers can meet their ride targets.

      All drivers have to go through a structured training programme comprising a work trial programme and on-the-job training, in a tie-up with the National Taxi Association and the NTUC's Employment and Employability Institute. 

       

       

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