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06052012, 09:34 PM  #1231 
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May I know if you are from poly or ic? When was your interview? I'm from RP, my interview was on the 24th apr. cheers! Hope you get yours soon!
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06052012, 09:41 PM  #1232 
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Hi, may I know what you have choose (NTU comp sci or SMU IS)? Also, why? I also received offers from these two courses and am unable to decide between them.
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07052012, 12:54 AM  #1233 
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Hey guys, roughly when would the rejection letters be sent out?

07052012, 05:11 AM  #1234 
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if u r not technically inclined person, dun take CS!
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07052012, 07:59 AM  #1235 
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bro can provide more details, like what kind of person should take CS, problem solver? As for IS, there is really a lot less on programming, therefore much less maths modules to take, only 1/2 modules at most. the bulk of the time is spent on business reports which is related to IT.
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07052012, 08:29 AM  #1236 
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a person who has a solid maths foundation and able to grasp mathematical concept well. in cs, u will find urself applying a lot of these mathematical concepts in ur codes, therefore it is very maths heavy.
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07052012, 09:05 AM  #1237 
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bro the mathematical concepts u r talking is discrete maths or calculus? You will see many of the maths concepts learned being applied in modules at a higher level(yr3/4). so a solid foundation will help u to understand those lecture notes better. =)
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07052012, 09:17 AM  #1238 
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which year did she apply in? 
07052012, 09:23 AM  #1239 
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Regarding uploading ntu final semester result by 15 May, once uploaded the result, the upload button will disappear rite?

07052012, 09:29 AM  #1240 
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Discrete maths, calculus, linear algebra and stats.
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07052012, 10:26 AM  #1241 
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Discrete maths, calculus, linear algebra and stats. Last edited by poppyinmyhair; 07052012 at 11:02 AM.. 
07052012, 11:15 AM  #1242 
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Are you studying Computer Science in NTU now? So those who are weak in Maths will face a lot of problems right? How many maths modules are there in total? I am from poly so I have not learned all those Maths which I am told is all H2 Maths (A Level); correct me if I am wrong. Seems like CS is not the correct course for me after all ... I just took a look at the NTU CS curriculum. only saw the discrete maths module. and no other maths?!?!
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07052012, 11:18 AM  #1243 
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No. I am going to NUS CS.
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07052012, 11:22 AM  #1244 
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NTU cs include discrete maths and eng maths
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07052012, 01:21 PM  #1245 
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My ranking point 67.5 only and got into Ntu engineering 

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