EX-GANGSTER: I PASSED O & A LEVELS IN 2 YEARS DESPITE PSLE EM3 QUALIFICATIONS

Dear all,

Many have asked me to share how I managed to achieve my O and A levels within 2 years with just PSLE EM3 knowledge. I refer to this post by ASS:
http://www.allsingaporestuff.com/article/ex-gangster-turned-lecturer-govt-needs-do-more-help-failures-succeed

To succeed in what I did, I had to be very determined in what I want to achieve. It is easy to say “I will do it and I will get there” but when it comes to doing it, it is a different story. And I think the first step to success is to really, truly and wholly recognize the fact that what we say is totally disengaged from what we do. In other words, we shouldn’t give ourselves false hope.

All my friends thought I was crazy – to finish O and A levels within 2 years. Some of them discouraged me and asked me to go other routes rather than this “suicidal path”. But I didn’t as I knew my ability to study, using pure logic to unravel knowledge of every kind. So the next important factor to success was to know yourself. If you know that you have the ability to do something, just do it and make sure it doesn’t harm other people or break the law.

Lastly, I always had a final goal which I had wanted to achieve. It was always placed in my mind throughout the day. Nothing was able to distract me from reaching to that goal. So the last factor to success is determination and hard-work.

Above all, I love my parents and I want to give back to them. This love for them was so strong that it kept me sane throughout my pursuit. Without this love for them and the strong willingness to give back to them, I doubt I could make it. Hence, love or passion is the key to success.

If you wish to speak to me, you may email to the ASS editor and they will contact me. I hope to help as many people as possible. Life is short, and that’s why the urgency to help is even greater…

A Determined Soul
A.S.S. Contributor

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