yo guys, I am from ngee ann poly,biomedical engineering.
My first 5 sem:3.567
My olevel l1b4:14
I applied for SIT and NTU.
I already got my interview for SIT pharmaceutical engineering.
I applied Chinese, bioengineering and EEE as my first three choices for ntu respectively.
Is the chance high for me to get into Chinese study? Im really interested in Chinese.
How will the interview be like? Will there be written test?what if i failed QET?
Thank you very much
You can graduate from all 3 universities in less than 3 years. NBS 2.5years(with honours), NUS 3 years (without honours), SMU 3 years.
If you want to work in Big 4, study NBS because it is the shortest and has direct honours. Most of the NBS accounting students go to Big 4, so you will have a huge advantage in term of personal network.
If you want good branding in your resume, go SMU. Many companies like SMU students as they are very vocal. But after your first job, your qualification is irrelevant.
If you want to work in government sector, go NUS.
If you just want to rely on your school to get a job/internship, go SMU. if can't, go NBS.
If you want to start work asap, go NBS.
If you want to earn >5k a month, be in the dean list and be president/VP of a club or chairperson of an event.
If you can't get into local university, be a salesman (property agent, financial planner, insurance agent, or b2b salesman). Don't be discourage if you go this route because VERY GOOD salesman can earn 100k a year. At least you still have a shot to be climb up the social ladder (Social mobility).
The bottom line is that it does not matter which business school you study in. If you are good, companies will headhunt you or/and you can earn alot of money regardless which school you are in. Only the weak will rely on their school for their own future. Degree is becoming irrelevant in today's society.
Would really appreciate a reply, and I am really hoping to get into NTU, but I heard that you will need about a 3.85 to safely have a spot, although I have already met the 10th percentile. Will this mean that I have to go for the discretionary interview?
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