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post Aug 12 2009, 03:40 PM


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Anyone took matrikulasi here? My sch gt students apply for it bt i dun reli know wad it is about i oni know its a pre-U...
Can anyone share wit me wad is it about??especially those who are taking smile.gif biggrin.gif
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it's a easier and faster way for you to continue your study in local university.
the examination is easier since it's semester based. the paper also easier. however, syllabus are limited. so after you go to uni, you have to work harder compared to stpm students.
matrikulasi is a 1 yr course. it's save your time.

however, it's not very easy to enter matrikulasi. it's not based on your academic but i'm not sure how they choose students maybe juz random pick. rclxub.gif

after you complete matrikulasi, the only way for you to further your study is local uni, so if you want to study overseas, you should not apply for it since the matrikulasi only approved by malaysia. cool2.gif


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QUOTE(jaccm89 @ Aug 12 2009, 05:26 PM)
it's a easier and faster way for you to continue your study in local university.
the examination is easier since it's semester based. the paper also easier. however, syllabus are limited. so after you go to uni, you have to work harder compared to stpm students.
matrikulasi is a 1 yr course. it's save your time.

however, it's not very easy to enter matrikulasi. it's not based on your academic but i'm not sure how they choose students maybe juz random pick. rclxub.gif 

after you complete matrikulasi, the only way for you to further your study is local uni, so if you want to study overseas, you should not apply for it since the matrikulasi only approved by malaysia.  cool2.gif
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90% for malays, maximum 10% for the others.......

selection for the 'others' follows no obvious rule like stated above, but tend to be 2nd liners rather than top scorers........their role is as pacer horses........
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Erm I got selected for Matriculation but after one week at my Matriculation College at Kedah, I rejected it and go to Form 6, anyway, here are some infos abour Matriculation :-

1. It is fast, just one year of study and you'll be able to enter LOCAL university.

2. Exam based on two semesters, basically, at the end of each semester, you will have to sit for a test called "PSPM"<--I forgot what it stands for.

3. The syllabus you gonna learn there is very limited, let say in STPM you learn from "A" to "F" , however, in matriculation in the same chapter, you only learn the content from "A" to "C", therefore it is quite easy to score in the examinations. But you'll have hard time when learning in university.

4. The studying "life" there is basically almost like university, where you have to look for you own timetable, going different/chasing after class at different locations/buildings.
You will basically have 3 types of classes
- Kuliah [ Meaning you go to the big hall/kuliah with around 200 ppl and the lecturer will talk in front and you take note]
- Tutorial [Normally will be carried out after 12pm in small classes maybe one class around 15 people, depending, something like tuition]
- Amali [Aka Science pratical, only for student who takes Sains Hayat(Bio) or Sains Fizikal(Physics)]

5. But beware of one thing, if you really aim for LOCAL UNIVERSITY, then go for matriculation, because matriculation cert I can say is erm .."less pro" than other cert like private college's A level cert or STPM, as the cert is only acknowledge by local university only, if you show this cert to overseas or private college/uni...they will be like "what on earth is this piece of paper is?"So you gotta retake A level to enter overseas Uni or private college/uni for degree courses...so meaning once you go for matriculations, you only have one and only choice, local university, you can forget about other choices, even scholarships for degree they wont acknowledge the cert...

6. If you go matriculation, it will be around 98% definately can enter local university and the course you want[Medical harder of course]

7. Make sure you are good with other races, especially Bumiputera, basically last time when i went, each room around 3 malay and im the only chinese and this same goes to my other frens in the same college or different college. That time I enter earlier this year, the whole college got around 2K-3K bumi, but only 100 chinese and 3 indians...

8. The living style there:-
Basically there's no curfew, if I'm not mistaken, just do not disturb other ppl late at night
You only can go out during weekends, if you wanna overnight outside, whether go back home or friend's house or whatsoever, just fill in a form and done. But in Kedah it is different, that time when I was there, the "weekends" is on Friday and Saturday...so kinda different from KL here.

9. Normally Matriculation College will be located in a kinda small town or isolated places, so don't expect when you go out of weekend you will be like in KL big town...but you might wanna consider going other places...like mine...in Kedah..during weekend kinda impossible to go back KL...its like whole day wasted to sit bus...however, I can follow my friends who stays at Penang to "jalan jalan"

10. The daily routine there is basically something like this :-
Everyday, classes(Kuliah) starts at 8.00am, then around 2.00pm starts Tutorial classes and then after 4.00, its your own time, but normally a lot of them go "beriadah" as a lot facilites are provided there, that time in my college, have around 4 tennis courts, 4 squash courts, 3 basketball courts, 1 ragby field, 200 bicycles[kinda new], kayak[but no river..dunno how they kayak LOL], running tracks, 2 gyms, football field, hockey court and etc, so the college is kinda BIG. And also a lot cafeterias, so you can change cafeteria you eat if you are bored, mine that time got arounds 5 cafeterias and total of 8 different operators, so basically got 8 "restaurants", cyber cafes and a big library.

11. Sometimes, your class might extend after 4.00pm if the lecturer wanna give extra class.

12. In between the timetable, you will have kokurikulum activity[MUST attend as it is in the timetable, just like your PJK subject in school], Moral class, Kemahiran Dinamika[where they teach you what to wear, what colour mathes what, how you should behave when eating, way of eating , way of stirring the coffe and etc] and English class.
*Note - All these subjects are not counted in your semester exam paper marks, but koku is important, and these's lesson are taken only one time/one semester, meaning, during the 1st semester, Bio Science students taking Moral and English, so the Physics and Art classes are taking Kokurikulum, Kemahiran Dinamika and computer classes, the next semester, they will switched, so basically you only will take your MUET ONCE.

13. Make sure you do well in the exams......if you score CGPA 4.0 [which is kinda common in matriculation] then good, if 2.0, you will be warned, if less than 2.0...you will be expel....and if you CGPA really sark like around 2.0 or lesser....you wont be accepted by local university after you finish the course, but..you will be FORCE to re-study back at the matriculation college for another 1 YEAR and re-take the test. Don't think you score bad and not accepted by local university you wanna quit and pursuit your study outside whether private uni or overseas...you canT advance to degree but you have to retake their A level... or STPM...so in the end you waste like minimum 2 years in Pre-U level[if you plan to retake the matric, or you take A level or STPM else where you gonna take more time, as A level around 1.5 years and STPM around 2 years]

That's all for now I guess, I hope it helps ^^

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I rejected it as well...haha
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Yeah, if you wanna know why i reject, then only ask me, hehe..duan give you different impression 1st xD
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QUOTE(-Max91- @ Aug 12 2009, 08:10 PM)
Erm I got selected for Matriculation but after one week at my Matriculation College at Kedah, I rejected it and go to Form 6, anyway, here are some infos abour Matriculation :-

1. It is fast, just one year of study and you'll be able to enter LOCAL university.

2. Exam based on two semesters, basically, at the end of each semester, you will have to sit for a test called "PSPM"<--I forgot what it stands for.

3. The syllabus you gonna learn there is very limited, let say in STPM you learn from "A" to "F" , however, in matriculation in the same chapter, you only learn the content from "A" to "C", therefore it is quite easy to score in the examinations. But you'll have hard time when learning in university.

4. The studying "life" there is basically almost like university, where you have to look for you own timetable, going different/chasing after class at different locations/buildings.
You will basically have 3 types of classes
- Kuliah [ Meaning you go to the big hall/kuliah with around 200 ppl and the lecturer will talk in front and you take note]
- Tutorial [Normally will be carried out after 12pm in small classes maybe one class around 15 people, depending, something like tuition]
- Amali [Aka Science pratical, only for student who takes Sains Hayat(Bio) or Sains Fizikal(Physics)]

5. But beware of one thing, if you really aim for LOCAL UNIVERSITY, then go for matriculation, because matriculation cert I can say is erm .."less pro" than other cert like private college's A level cert or STPM, as the cert is only acknowledge by local university only, if you show this cert to overseas or private college/uni...they will be like "what on earth is this piece of paper is?"So you gotta retake A level to enter overseas Uni or private college/uni for degree courses...so meaning once you go for matriculations, you only have one and only choice, local university, you can forget about other choices, even scholarships for degree they wont acknowledge the cert...

6. If you go matriculation, it will be around 98% definately can enter local university and the course you want[Medical harder of course]

7. Make sure you are good with other races, especially Bumiputera, basically last time when i went, each room around 3 malay and im the only chinese and this same goes to my other frens in the same college or different college. That time I enter earlier this year, the whole college got around 2K-3K bumi, but only 100 chinese and 3 indians...

8. The living style there:-
Basically there's no curfew, if I'm not mistaken, just do not disturb other ppl late at night
You only can go out during weekends, if you wanna overnight outside, whether go back home or friend's house or whatsoever, just fill in a form and done. But in Kedah it is different, that time when I was there, the "weekends" is on Friday and Saturday...so kinda different from KL here.

9. Normally Matriculation College will be located in a kinda small town or isolated places, so don't expect when you go out of weekend you will be like in KL big town...but you might wanna consider going other places...like mine...in Kedah..during weekend kinda impossible to go back KL...its like whole day wasted to sit bus...however, I can follow my friends who stays at Penang to "jalan jalan"

10. The daily routine there is basically something like this :-
Everyday, classes(Kuliah) starts at 8.00am, then around 2.00pm starts Tutorial classes and then after 4.00, its your own time, but normally a lot of them go "beriadah" as a lot facilites are provided there, that time in my college, have around 4 tennis courts, 4 squash courts, 3 basketball courts, 1 ragby field, 200 bicycles[kinda new], kayak[but no river..dunno how they kayak LOL], running tracks, 2 gyms, football field, hockey court and etc, so the college is kinda BIG. And also a lot cafeterias, so you can change cafeteria you eat if you are bored, mine that time got arounds 5 cafeterias and total of 8 different operators, so basically got 8 "restaurants", cyber cafes and a big library.

11. Sometimes, your class might extend after 4.00pm if the lecturer wanna give extra class.

12. In between the timetable, you will have kokurikulum activity[MUST attend as it is in the timetable, just like your PJK subject in school], Moral class, Kemahiran Dinamika[where they teach you what to wear, what colour mathes what, how you should behave when eating, way of eating , way of stirring the coffe and etc] and English class.
*Note - All these subjects are not counted in your semester exam paper marks, but koku is important, and these's lesson are taken only one time/one semester, meaning, during the 1st semester, Bio Science students taking Moral and English, so the Physics and Art classes are taking Kokurikulum, Kemahiran Dinamika and computer classes, the next semester, they will switched, so basically you only will take your MUET ONCE.

13. Make sure you do well in the exams......if you score CGPA 4.0 [which is kinda common in matriculation] then good, if 2.0, you will be warned, if less than 2.0...you will be expel....and if you CGPA really sark like around 2.0 or lesser....you wont be accepted by local university after you finish the course, but..you will be FORCE to re-study back at the matriculation college for another 1 YEAR and re-take the test. Don't think you score bad and not accepted by local university you wanna quit and pursuit your study outside whether private uni or overseas...you canT advance to degree but you have to retake their A level... or STPM...so in the end you waste like minimum 2 years in Pre-U level[if you plan to retake the matric, or you take A level or STPM else where you gonna take more time, as A level around 1.5 years and STPM around 2 years]

That's all for now I guess, I hope it helps ^^
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really in detail ^^
so if matrikulasi compared to stpm, stpm is much more better rite??
anyway thx alot ^^


Added on August 12, 2009, 9:25 pmis it tough to enter form 6?
what is the regulations to enter form 6??

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Erm, I can't really say that STPM is better compared to Matriculation, it's depend on how you look at it...

For me, Matriculation seems to be like a DEAD END for me, its ONLY local university, meaning even if I do how well also, I will just end up be in Local University, not much of choices or I can say, NO choices at all...

Secondly, I'm a person who want to seek for more knowledge(just personal satisfaction), so basically since matriculation's syllabus are limited, I'll got STPM as I can learn more although is it TOUGH, well just put in a bit more effort in I think it will be alright...

Thirdly, also another personal reason, I'm kinda use to living in big vibrant city like KL, going there for a week at Kedah is like "dead place" to me, even their biggest "Shopping mall" in the nearby "pekan" its like a Grocery Shop in KL here =.=

4thly, since learning should become harder and more challenge year by year since standard one until form 5, so why suddenly wanna learn something easier, I said so because I just wanna keep the momentum to learn, so since already got used to getting tougher and harder, then let "momentum of learning" to continue...

5thly, eventhough matriculation have high chance for me to get the course i wan and enter local uni, what if in the end the subject they give me is not really what I want??...Then I HAVE to take it...because I have NO choice already..if they give u "A", u must take "A" already, "B" then "B"..you can't go anywhere else because like I have mentioned earlier, once you go matriculation, you only can go for Local U, if you dunlike the course and quit local u, where else can you study...the matric cert is not acknowledge..dun tell me i gotta waste my time to start anew in pre-u either in STPM or A level?

Lastly, STPM, if I do well, at least I might be able to go overseas, a lot of my friends who took STPM did well they manage to go to Singapore or Japan to study, worse come to worse, I can still go Local University(Although its kinda of hard especially to get the course you want compare to Matriculation students, because Matriculation students get the PRIORITY) or pay more money to pursue my study at Private University/College to continue my degree...

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About entering form 6, its not hard actually, the requirement kinda easy to fufil, and if your school having form 6, then it would be much easier

But one advice, if you wanna go Form 6, make sure you can cope with it, if not it will go wasted...and if you already aim for Local University, then just go for Matriculation, a fast and easy way to enter local university

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Is it true that the syllabus for Matrikulasi is shorter a lot compared to STPM?
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Go for diploma then after that degree..

2 cert.

Matriculation xlaku...

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QUOTE(-Max91- @ Aug 12 2009, 09:41 PM)
Erm, I can't really say that STPM is better compared to Matriculation, it's depend on how you look at it...

For me, Matriculation seems to be like a DEAD END for me, its ONLY local university, meaning even if I do how well also, I will just end up be in Local University, not much of choices or I can say, NO choices at all...

Secondly, I'm a person who want to seek for more knowledge(just personal satisfaction), so basically since matriculation's syllabus are limited, I'll got STPM as I can learn more although is it TOUGH, well just put in a bit more effort in I think it will be alright...

Thirdly, also another personal reason, I'm kinda use to living in big vibrant city like KL, going there for a week at Kedah is like "dead place" to me, even their biggest "Shopping mall" in the nearby "pekan" its like a Grocery Shop in KL here =.=

4thly, since learning should become harder and more challenge year by year since standard one until form 5, so why suddenly wanna learn something easier, I said so because I just wanna keep the momentum to learn, so since already got used to getting tougher and harder, then let "momentum of learning" to continue...

5thly, eventhough matriculation have high chance for me to get the course i wan and enter local uni, what if in the end the subject they give me is not really what I want??...Then I HAVE to take it...because I have NO choice already..if they give u "A", u must take "A" already, "B" then "B"..you can't go anywhere else because like I have mentioned earlier, once you go matriculation, you only can go for Local U, if you dunlike the course and quit local u, where else can you study...the matric cert is not acknowledge..dun tell me i gotta waste my time to start anew in pre-u either in STPM or A level?

Lastly, STPM, if I do well, at least I might be able to go overseas, a lot of my friends who took STPM did well they manage to go to Singapore or Japan to study, worse come to worse, I can still go Local University(Although its kinda of hard especially to get the course you want compare to Matriculation students, because Matriculation students get the PRIORITY) or pay more money to pursue my study at Private University/College to continue my degree...

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About entering form 6, its not hard actually, the requirement kinda easy to fufil, and if your school having form 6, then it would be much easier

But one advice, if you wanna go Form 6, make sure you can cope with it, if not it will go wasted...and if you already aim for Local University, then just go for Matriculation, a fast and easy way to enter local university
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Cn We get into Local Universities and private one if lets say we take STPM and scored with flying colours ?

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QUOTE(Kessy Saran @ Sep 25 2013, 03:28 PM)
Cn We get into Local Universities and private one if lets say we take STPM and scored with flying colours ?
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1. it is significantly more difficult to get 'flying colours' with stpm than matrik....

2. even if you do, matrik students will always get priority into ipta....often with lower cgpa....

3. stpm is accepted in most countries.....and all ipts.....but in many instances, is viewed as 'lower' than a levels, although it is also harder to score than a levels.....

as you can see, stpm is really a neglected, unwanted stepchild....
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matrix is a waste of time. you learning limited subject at most and most of them is the stuff we either learn in school or relearn back some in uni (depends on the course)

but it's easier to enter local uni this way. if you want easier life takes matrix but if you want learn more and do a lot of practical takes diploma.
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If you plan to enter public university then take Matriculation...

If not, go for STPM but still remind you that priority is given to the Matriculation students....

Very very little good STPM students are accepted for courses they want unless the courses themselves are not popular....
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@Kessy,

I mean of course you can get into Local Uni or private if you manage to score STPM with flying colours. The question is whether will the system allocate to you the course that you really wants in Local University ie. you top 3 choices. From my experience, you hardly get what you applied for as most of them are normally allocated to Matrikulasi students. I had friend who is from Bio-STPM scored a perfect 4.0 and has been a perfect score student since PTS, UPSR, PMR and SPM. He applied for medicine and yet they allocated to him not his 4th choice but his 6th choice.

[Edit]+ Add on, I just realised the post that you quoted was in 2009, by the way, I took the STPM and I did not regret my decision. Now I'm in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore pursuing my degree =D

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@Kessy,

I mean of course you can get into Local Uni or private if you manage to score STPM with flying colours. The question is whether will the system allocate to you the course that you really wants in Local University ie. you top 3 choices. From my experience, you hardly get what you applied for as most of them are normally allocated to Matrikulasi students. I had friend who is from Bio-STPM scored a perfect 4.0 and has been a perfect score student since PTS, UPSR, PMR and SPM. He applied for medicine and yet they allocated to him not his 4th choice but his 6th choice.

[Edit]+ Add on, I just realised the post that you quoted was in 2009, by the way, I took the STPM and I did not regret my decision. Now I'm in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore pursuing my degree =D
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Hi Max,
Firstly, congrats on your enrollment into NTU. Your hard work been paid off. Which faculty are you with now ? Cheers.
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QUOTE(BravoZeroTwo @ Sep 27 2013, 10:12 AM)
Hi Max,
Firstly, congrats on your enrollment into NTU. Your hard work been paid off. Which faculty are you with now ? Cheers.
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Haha thanks ! Erm I started my year 1 in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences in Economics but during year 2 they offered me a second major in Business, so now I'm doing a double major programme in Economics and Business and currently in my 3rd year. And also well, apparently during my STPM I took PA, Maths T, Physics and Chemistry, just that after my STPM I felt like doing something business-ish and econ-ish, so today I can say that I didn't regret with my choice =D

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Haha thanks ! Erm I started my year 1 in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences in Economics but during year 2 they offered me a second major in Business, so now I'm doing a double major programme in Economics and Business and currently in my 3rd year. And also well, apparently during my STPM I took PA, Maths T, Physics and Chemistry, just that after my STPM I felt like doing something business-ish and econ-ish, so today I can say that I didn't regret with my choice =D
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Hi Max,
Good that you are doing well. Are you on a 4 year course ?
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Good that you are doing well. Are you on a 4 year course ?
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Yes I am =D
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I am also a current SPM student,unable to decide what I want to do or I want to take.My choices are to either take A levels,matrikulasi or stpm.I am not sure of what field i would like to enter,but my parents are trying to talk me into being a nutritionist/dietician.

I do enjoy learning bio,but studying it is a real chore to me.My results are average (not great or bad) and I am worried that I'll find it hard to cope.

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basic questions:

1. you want to go ipta or ipts?....
2. bumi?
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Go for stpm or a level if ur parents are willling to pay for it.
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Go for stpm or a level if ur parents are willling to pay for it.
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that would be the wrong move if the intention is to enrol in ipta....
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QUOTE(enneirda @ Nov 9 2013, 01:11 PM)
I am also a current SPM student,unable to decide what I want to do or I want to take.My choices are to either take A levels,matrikulasi or stpm.I am not sure of what field i would like to enter,but my parents are trying to talk me into being a nutritionist/dietician.

I do enjoy learning bio,but studying it is a real chore to me.My results are average (not great or bad) and I am worried that I'll find it hard to cope.

Any good advice?  smile.gif
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public or private university or overseas???
How about your budget???

If you wanna enter public uni for health science courses, then take STPM or Matrik.....chances to get Matrik is quite low but still possible, mainly for bumis....but using STPM result to get the course that you want, the chance is almost nil...

Private uni, can try foundation or A level.....with A level or STPM you can go overseas for further study....
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post Nov 10 2013, 12:45 PM


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QUOTE(~sky~ @ Aug 12 2009, 03:40 PM)
Anyone took matrikulasi here? My sch gt students apply for it bt i dun reli know wad it is about i oni know its a pre-U...
Can anyone share wit me wad is it  about??especially those who are taking  smile.gif  biggrin.gif
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My advice is do not choose matriculation program if you're one of these type of student:

-you study when it's about 6-7 weeks before exam
-you are social-type student
-you don't like cramping

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post Nov 10 2013, 05:37 PM


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QUOTE(Azer96 @ Nov 10 2013, 12:45 PM)
My advice is do not choose matriculation program if you're one of these type of student:

-you study when it's about 6-7 weeks before exam
-you are social-type student
-you don't like cramping
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I'd also like to add a few of these :

- you'd want to study far more than Matriculation students
- you dislike superficial KOKO activities
- you want to study overseas
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