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Old 14-10-2013, 05:35 PM   #991
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Thank you! ^_^ At least I'm feeling much better now hahahaha.
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Old 14-10-2013, 06:33 PM   #992
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Hi guys, would like to check what are the IBM lesson days and time and the lecturer.

Appreciate alot for the help.

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Old 14-10-2013, 11:12 PM   #993
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Anyone in Lee Chin Choo class can help to clarify my doubts for chapter 4 market structure practice qns 1....when explaininf short run and long run what are we looking at???
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Old 15-10-2013, 11:38 AM   #994
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ahhhhhh. thanks!

there's something that he always say, to find SE, you must draw the back to Uo, you know what is it??
I missed that lesson so very hard to catch up now haha
"2 parallel lines...2 parallel lines...2 parallel lines..."

Anyway this is how I rmb, "SE" and "same line" starts with "S" so they are together hence IE goes with different line
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Old 15-10-2013, 12:00 PM   #995
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I would advise those taking UOL course to sign up for the school internship programme when available during the school holiday to gain working experience which is useful when u are applying for jobs upon graduation.
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Old 15-10-2013, 12:53 PM   #996
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ahhhhhh. thanks!

there's something that he always say, to find SE, you must draw the back to Uo, you know what is it??
I missed that lesson so very hard to catch up now haha
Uo is the original utility curve. And you have to remove IE by shifting via a dotted line (note that this line is non-existent)parallel to the left until it is tangential to the Uo.
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Old 15-10-2013, 01:43 PM   #997
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I would advise those taking UOL course to sign up for the school internship programme when available during the school holiday to gain working experience which is useful when u are applying for jobs upon graduation.
heard that the school's programme is not good. comments?
am I better off looking for internship on my own?

and the norm is paid or unpaid internships for sim students?

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Old 15-10-2013, 02:20 PM   #998
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heard that the school's programme is not good. comments?
am I better off looking for internship on my own?

and the norm is paid or unpaid internships for sim students?

thank you
Depend on what is being offered. There might be good internship job some time. Of course if you got good lobang u can source for your own job. The internship is paid by hourly rate if i am not wrong, but don't expect high pay.
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Old 15-10-2013, 04:02 PM   #999
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I would advise those taking UOL course to sign up for the school internship programme when available during the school holiday to gain working experience which is useful when u are applying for jobs upon graduation.
thanks,

is there a point in going for exchange programmes. as in will it help you get a job or is it just for experience.


but actually what I want to ask is that are students generally blur until revision? because the lecturers seem to be rushing to hit a January deadline & then they will do revision instead of slowly teaching until exam time.

asking because I am a bit/quite blur for my lessons. is that normal or just me?
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Old 15-10-2013, 06:29 PM   #1000
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thanks,

is there a point in going for exchange programmes. as in will it help you get a job or is it just for experience.


but actually what I want to ask is that are students generally blur until revision? because the lecturers seem to be rushing to hit a January deadline & then they will do revision instead of slowly teaching until exam time.

asking because I am a bit/quite blur for my lessons. is that normal or just me?
nt just you man, me too.
especially in econs. hahaha
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Old 15-10-2013, 10:13 PM   #1001
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Depend on what is being offered. There might be good internship job some time. Of course if you got good lobang u can source for your own job. The internship is paid by hourly rate if i am not wrong, but don't expect high pay.
care to share what are some of the companies which used to offer internships to sim students?
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Old 15-10-2013, 11:13 PM   #1002
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anyone in nageb's friday morni.ng lesson. sit together?
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Old 15-10-2013, 11:42 PM   #1003
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I would advise those taking UOL course to sign up for the school internship programme when available during the school holiday to gain working experience which is useful when u are applying for jobs upon graduation.
Which organisations will take in sim students as interns?? Also, if the allowance is lower, wouldn't it be better to find temp jobs that give a higher salary as well as gaining working experience too rather than interns with low pay?
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Old 16-10-2013, 12:13 AM   #1004
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Just giving my 2 cents worth based on what I know:

Which organisations will take in sim students as interns?? Also, if the allowance is lower, wouldn't it be better to find temp jobs that give a higher salary as well as gaining working experience too rather than interns with low pay?
Depends what is your priority. If your priority is working experience, internship tends to offer better experience + looks better on your resume as compared to temp jobs (usually admin, can't learn much)

Depend on what is being offered. There might be good internship job some time. Of course if you got good lobang u can source for your own job. The internship is paid by hourly rate if i am not wrong, but don't expect high pay.
Internship in SG is about 600/mth.

heard that the school's programme is not good. comments?
am I better off looking for internship on my own?

and the norm is paid or unpaid internships for sim students?

thank you
Yup you can try to find on internsg.com, and norm is paid regardless of where you are studying.

thanks,

is there a point in going for exchange programmes. as in will it help you get a job or is it just for experience.


but actually what I want to ask is that are students generally blur until revision? because the lecturers seem to be rushing to hit a January deadline & then they will do revision instead of slowly teaching until exam time.

asking because I am a bit/quite blur for my lessons. is that normal or just me?
Generally employers like internships and overseas experience. So imo just kill 2 birds with one stone and go for overseas internship.
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Old 16-10-2013, 12:20 AM   #1005
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Generally employers like internships and overseas experience. So imo just kill 2 birds with one stone and go for overseas internship.
how to go overseas internship, can advise?
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