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Old 26-01-2018, 09:19 PM   #1
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[A LEVELS][Private Candidates]Year[2018]

Hello people!

Im going to take A levels (first attempt) this year as a private candidate . Currently enrolled in MDIS A levels 10 months course .

(Background on myself)
I did JC back in 2014-2015 which I failed to graduate due to medical problems and hence dropped out in J2. I wasnt doing badly for my promos, in fact I was doing fairly well and was promoted in J1 . I dropped out due to my medical problem and family issues a lot of personal stuff as well. I went to NS first and have now decided to retake my As as a private candidate in 2018. Subject combination is BCMe.

Anyone whos interested in studying together, sharing notes or attending crash courses/tuition in a group with reputable teachers or anything else related feel free to private message me here or email me at legendary50@outlook.com . Ill get back to you ASAP and perhaps we can exchange numbers and move on from there . Currently residing in the far east side of Singapore, age is around early 20s. Will get back to you ASAP . Preferably looking for people who are really really motivated to do well just like I am and make it to a local University ! First timers, retakers , everyone is welcome as Long as youre very serious about doing well for As .

Looking forward to meeting this years private candidates and like minded friends !
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Old 10-04-2018, 12:24 AM   #2
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All the best to those taking A levels as a private student! Been through it before and honestly it hurts physically and mentally especially when you have to work at the same time.

And if you ever feel like retaking is not suitable for you, there are always other options out there such as taking a private degree or if you are rich enough you can study overseas.

Honestly, private degrees are not as bad as i thought. Many of my peers went on to work in well respected companies with decent pay. Those articles you see in the newspapers are not a 100% true reflection of private universities.
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