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NTU STUDENT BRINGS GUAN YIN GODDESS TO EXAM HALL, HOPES TO SCORE A+?

Reddit user uxilixu shared an epic photo of a NTU student who brought the Guan Yin Goddess to his exam hall with hopes she would bless him with good fortune to tide over the exams. Netizens speculated that the NTU student should have prayed to the bellcurve god instead of Guan Yin Ma because the Bellcurve God is in charge of his grades whereas Guanyinma was not.

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WHICH GENERAL PAPER EXAM QN WILL YOU PICK WHEN YOU'RE AN ADULT?

The A level General Paper exams have just happened. These are the questions they asked 18 year olds yesterday to answer. When we ourselves sat for it at 18, these questions were probably just questions to do, issues we studied. No real personal stake. No real vision to fight for. All we cared about was what grade we would get for it.

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UNFAIR MAX: TAXI DRIVERS ENDURE 6 WEEKS COURSE BUT GRAB UBER DRIVERS CAN START WITHOUT ANY TRAINING

What have the LTA or the government been doing??? In order to drive a taxi all taxi driver need to go though a 6 WEEKS COURSE and need to pass a few tests in order to be on the road before fetching people and make a living. Some of us may need to take the test for a few times in order to pass to be on the road but now with all this Grab and Uber, they just rent a car and can start to ferry people around and make money....

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PAP MP Seah Kian Peng: PSLE Exam Serves No Purpose

Member of Parliament for Marine Parade GRC, Seah Kian Peng has questioned the role of the Primary School Leaving Exams (PSLE), saying that it is an exam that is past its time. Speaking in Parliament on Wednesday (May 28), he said the exam causes stress and imposes "frenzied preparations" on both students and parents. To make his point, Mr Seah asked employers in the House if workers were hired based on PSLE scores. He also questioned if parents needed a child's PSLE score to feel proud. He concluded that the national exam served no purpose except the "bureaucratic function of sorting students into schools."

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