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Well, a PhD sounds good if you're aiming to get into research or something like that. I'm not really sure if it's worth it in the working/corporate world, though it may be.
At the moment, I'm aiming to do Maths and Economics (joint degree) or something similar.
Yeah, I am planning to go to Uni in the UK.
Probably not. I'm still considering it, but from what I hear, IB is more for "all-rounded" people. I just want to do what I'm good at, so I'll most likely go for A-Levels.
Nah, I'm sure there has to be someone who got 100%.
That pretty amazing too, I doubt I could get 99% for something like English Literature!
I got a 99% in maths Maths is by far my best/favourite subject though.
Yeah, I'm in timezone 2.
Got A*s in Maths and the two languages. Got an A for ICT, which I was a little disappointed about since I was getting A*s for my mocks, but I can live with it.
Yes, I am. I've got: Maths, Additional Maths, English Lang., Malay Lang.(compulsory as I am Malaysian), ICT, Physics, Chemistry, Accounting.
I've only got Additional Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Accounting left, finished the rest in November 2011.
Haha thanks a lot ^_^ I was quite lucky in having the opportunity of learning several languages from when I was little
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- Hopeful Oxford/Stanford Mathematics '14-'18.
I'd like to work with either Maths or Chemistry.
IGCSE '11: A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*
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- IGCSE. French A*, English Language A*, English Literature A*, Math A*, Physics A*, Chemistry A*, Biology A*, History A*, Economics A* in November '11
IBDP Class of 2014.
HLs: Math, Chemistry, French B
SLs: English Literature A1, Economics, Physics
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- Join Date 28-07-2010
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