Yeap Well.. I chose NTU over NUS cos...Oh so they offered you a placing but you ended up going NTU? What made you go ntu?
Received an offer for NTU's Sociology today! I have a strong feeling SMU will admit me into their social science course as well. Now the dilemma is which uni to enroll in, NUS FASS, NTU Sociology or SMU Social Sciences (if I'm accepted)? Anyone can give me an insight? Hmmm...........
Yeap Well.. I chose NTU over NUS cos...
1. I don't have to take QET (my GP grade is kinda sucky so..)
2. I want to experience how living in hall is like. All year 1s are guaranteed a spot in hall if they apply for one in NTU. It's kinda compeititive over at NUS I heard.
3. I think NUS is more competitive than NTU (?)
So i guess I'm kinda on the losing end by entering FOS with a grade that's below the 10th percentile of the cohort
4. I prefer the first-come-first-serve system over at NTU for choosing your modules.
5. NTU offers you direct honours (it can be good/ bad depending on your results tho)
That's about all I guess
Oh ya, which course are you looking at?
Hahaha yeah i heard that generally it gets quite competitive in NUS..across all aspects but i like the you seemingly more vibrant lifestyle i came across during previous open houses which made me lean towards NUS. I applied for NTU Econs and NUS fass first choice, faculty of science is a backup just in case haha. Oh i didnt know NTU didnt need to go for QET! But luckily i managed a C for GP so..
So what course are you currently studying in NTU?
Have you gotten any calls or emails for DA? I think it'll last till mid mayDoes anybody know when will the DA interviews will be held till? :/
Oh NUS is much more stringent.. Are your finals over already?As long as you passed your gp, you won't have to take any extra english modules in NTU
I'm currently studying math at NTU
I would say yes higher chance of rejection due to the likelihood of being placed on the waiting list where your status would be like processing and then >< experiencing tormenting waiting!This may be stupid but generally - the longer it takes for them to give you your application outcome = the higher chance of rejection?
Okay that isnt good haha..played too much in poly?