Life@International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) – International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)

Image Source I first entered the International School of Kuala Lumpur as a student in 6th grade (form 2 equivalent). Previously coming from a British School background, the transition was admittedly difficult. At first I had to come to terms with quintessential American terms like “tardy” (which means late, not a contraction of retarded…), “cafeteria”Continue reading “Life@International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) – International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)”

Life as a STPM (Physics-Chemistry) Student

Image Source ‘Hello there!’ ‘Good morning Mdm. Nancy.’ ‘Good day to you sir.’ That was basically the routine for me, every single morning of my life whenever I bumped into a teacher or the principal. Pretty straightforward and ‘old-school’ I would say, however for me, it is a courtesy and doing so is my pleasure.Continue reading “Life as a STPM (Physics-Chemistry) Student”

Life as a STPM (Arts) Student

Image Source What subjects did you take and what were the possible subject combinations out there? Both in your school and any other schools that you might know of. We are only allowed take up a maximum of 5 subjects and usually a minimum of 4 subjects. I’m not too sure about the possible subjectContinue reading “Life as a STPM (Arts) Student”

Life@TCSJ-SAM

Image Source South Australian Matriculation (SAM) or presently known as SACE International is an Australian-based pre university program that heavily involves the combination of coursework and final examination, which ultimately leads you to earning an Australian Year 12 qualification. As for myself, I did SAM back in 2013, in which I joined during the JulyContinue reading “Life@TCSJ-SAM”