I know it’s been long since my last update but just wanted to give you guys a quick update. As usual, we have a few upcoming articles in the works as well as a few new tools coming your way!
Writing your first lab report can be a pretty daunting task but with the following guidelines listed below and a user contributed database of senior lab reports (at the bottom of the post), you should be able to breeze right through it!
As the title states, this is a guide to getting into the swing of things here at Nanyang Business School (NBS). It can hardly promise that you will get good results after reading it. What it can do, however, is to provide suggestions on how one can get himself into the pulse of university life and improve his chances within the highly competitive nature of the school.
Although often underrated, class participation marks can often be a deciding factor when calculating your final grades. This is especially so for classes that have relatively easy finals/tests or those that rely heavily on group work. Whether you’re shy, a zombie or just plain lazy, here are a few tips that will help you score some easy participation marks.
Textbooks can be the second most expensive part of going to university next to the tuition fees. If you are a student, you might be shocked to learn that some new textbooks can cost you above SGD$100! Instead of buying brand new textbooks, consider buying secondhand ones that cost a fraction of the price. Here are some of my recommended sites that that sell secondhand textbooks in Singapore.