Friday, October 21, 2011
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Soo, just last Thursday I had my JPA interview. Durrh, goosebumps all the way till that day came.
Here's a few pointers on how to prepare for the day,
1. If you're a debater then thumbs up for you (Y). If you're not, then start practicing. Strategize your points and make sure you speak facts!
2. Read the newspaper! Thats what everyone say. But if you're like me (hates the newspaper), then ask your dad to tell you whats going on in the society and economy.
3. Make sure you file is organized! What I did was, I had a title page for every section. Its way neater :)
4. Get your high school to certify every important document ie. IC, birthcert etc.
So, on that day itself. You'll have to arrive 30minutes earlier. Just be kiasu and go early! :)
Then you'll have to sign TWICE! First on a common board where they list your name and your interview room, which you'll see everyone gathering around. Next, you'll have to sign another time when you go to the waiting room.
Later, they'll take your clear folder with all your documents, and direct you to your interview room. Then, the interview starts.
Of course they'll first ask you to introduce yourself. They will ask you in BM, so its best if you prepare an introductory of yourself in BM. Then they'll probably ask you why you chose your course and the place of destination. Then they'll ask one open-ended question in BM, which you MUST answer in BM.
So, a few famous questions are:
1. Campaigns (why isn't it working?)
2. Health Centres (what do you think of it? is it good enough?)
3. Sports (what do you think about Malaysian sports? should we call for help from the overseas coach?)
4. Is the crime rate increasing or decreasing?
5. What can you bring back when you go overseas?
6. Reality tv. (are they bringing more good or bad to the society?)
7. *current issue. Japan earthquake (what can you learn from it?)
Do rmb, when they ask you in English, you may answer in English. But if they ask you in BM, do try your best to reply in BM.
Girls should wear Baju Kurung (preferably), and formal wear with tie for boys.
If they challenge you when you answer (like disagree with your point), then just stand firm and give logical reasons for your answers. They're not challenging you because you're wrong. There is no right or wrong answer. They just want to see how you handle situations like that, and to see if you can really think on the spot.
Also, always keep good eye contact. Firm but not aggressive.
All the best for your interview :)
Overall, its actually a very good experience. Just stay loose and it'll be fun :)
Prepare well guys!
Friday, April 8, 2011
But it did. Ended, with me waking up to my alarm.
I've always enjoyed these little dreams about you, which may seem meaningless, but to me, its means almost everything. I guess its a way to remind myself how wonderful you made me feel :)
Saved messages means a lot to me. Its a way of saying that, you're being saved in my heart. Hahah. So, that day, I finally had the guts to delete your messages from my phone, meaning shedding my feelings for you, finally. But I realised, you can't just delete someone off your heart like a message in a phone. How can I when I've already memorised your messages? Heh :R
I also came to a conclusion, I don't want to delete you off my life. You mean to much for me to just forget about you. How can one do that?
Now I truly understand, you don't need to see someone, or hold them, even talk to them to like them. If you have them in your heart, you wont need PDA (public display of affection).
"Getting someone is not liking them. Getting some is just an infatuation."
ORIGINAL QUOTE by yours truly :)
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Because of that, she deserves a SOLO picture!
Friday, April 1, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
I'm not exaggerating but its been at least 2 years since I've been to one :(
&I finally got to go to one ytd :)
Ytd, I went to the pasar malam with me friends, and gosh it was millions of funs! (grammatically WRONG!)
But yeah, I've definitely gotta be socialble again :)
Before pasar malam, I was in Phun's house, on Skype with Xing and Swen. Hahaha &so here's a treat for y'all, a really retarded picture of Xing :P
HAHAHAAHAAHAHAHAHAH :P :P :P
We told him to try touching his nose with his tongue, doing lala 1-10. & then we took millions of snapshots of him ;)
After laughing at Xing ..... we finally went to the pasar malam. No kidding, but I was starving!!
Soooo, we had asam laksa, chra koay teow, and har mee ;) Maan was it delicious yo!
I kinda forgot how a pasar malam works. LOL Walking around aimlessly and buying this buying that. Hahahah Actually, just buying all food :P
I GOT MY WHEEL-O!! Guessing whats that??
Its the only thing I ALWAYS buy from the pasar malam! :D
After that, we had the most thrilling ride back home. Gosh, Xing .. I know you're a good driver .. but pls ahh, control sikit ==
I swear you almost banged into a car, TWICE!
Hahaah And the highlight of our adventure? Making your 20 point turn :P
We drove into this really tight alley, thinking that we'd make it out the other end, manatau it was blocked ==
So we had to go back. &Xing had to do a 20-point-turn (actually its a 3-point-turn), while Manda and I became point-turn police (traffic police). Hahahahh!
&Not to mention, the alley was dark .. deserted ... and cold ~~~~
The holidays are finally starting to feel like a holiday :D But its ending :(
I love .. friends, outings, adventure and stars! Hmm .. random :P
Ookay, gotta be socialble! Skype shall be my new best friend! Hahaahah