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Welcome to NUS Bridging Course by SM2 Batch 16

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Gossip Seniors
"These are the secrets your tutors will never tell."

Secret
A touch on bridging course life
by Wu Tong

Secret
Learning beyond classroom
by Chen Siyu
Secret
Smooth your way out the projects
by Qian Tian Pei
Secret
Eat, eat, eat ---the Foodie Story
by Cai Yue
Secret
A note from EXCO Batch 16
Brave New World
Wish you a happy journey!
Secret
Not just English!
by Gao Yuan
Thank you !
Trift Stores
Books & Stationary
where you can fuel for your study
Health & Beauty
Independent Learning
– some strategies that may inspire you
-e-Dictionary

What is independent learning?
-Flexible
-Anywhere, anytime
How to score A/A+ in Science subjects？
Ans: Learn English well.
Is that all?
Of course not.
Limit, derivatives and differentiation, indefinite integral and definite integral;
Vectors in 3-D space, equations of planes and lines;
Basic types of ordinary differential equations and their solutions
Probability computation and properties of several common distributions

Limit, derivatives and differentiation, indefinite integral and definite integral;
Vectors in 3-D space, equations of planes and lines;
Basic types of ordinary differential equations and their solutions
Probability computation and properties of several common distributions
Mathematics
C Programming
C language.
Very little about algorithms, only the language and basic logic

Can do well even if you do not have any idea about it at the moment.
For the final test, practice more in the second half of the semester.
Good English: for understanding the test question faster – leave time for programming

Physics
Sleep well. Keep your mind refreshed.
It is not composition, and no imagination comes out when you are half-awake and half-dreaming.
Do draft before coding, unless you think in C and dream in C.

Excellent English for explanation questions (e.g., why a helicopter has a propeller on the side of the rear)
Very little complex calculation and no profound theories

Excellent English: to understand terms and to answer non-calculation question.
Clarity in explanation and awareness of formality
Feel free to use the internet: Wikipedia, ChemWiki, ChemGuide, etc.
Do not only stick to textbooks written in Chinese.
Chemistry
If you have no foundation in Chemistry, why not start everything in English?
Still have time, it is in Phase 2. Don’t worry
Final Remark
If you find it easy to cope with the bridging modules, read more -
If you have some idea about what you are going to do in the future (e.g., if you are particularly interested in computer science, mathematical sciences, natural sciences, or various engineering fields), feel free to explore the fields!
Secret
A lot to see and do
by Wu Tong
QET (Qualifying English Test)

Time: After summer holidays

Results: Pass
Fail
Super-fail

Pass-Nothing happens
Fail-ES1102 (NO MCS!!!)
Super-fail-ES1000, ES1102 (NO MCS!!!)

Bridging Course is Important!
Art, history and culture
Picture from: www.flickr.com
Picture from: commons.wikimedia.org
Tourist Attractions
Night Life
night safari
clark quay
Vivocity
Jurong Point
Shopping malls
hang out with friends
climenti, bugis
Nearest one: Opposite RVR
Cheapest one: Climenti Mall
Recommended one (on Douban):
Hairmony Salon
32A Liang Seah Street

How to go to these places?
Or contact seniors!
Prepared by Senior Middle Two Scholors Batch 16

Any questions?
2. Methodology
-listening
-speaking
-writing
-critical thinking
-cooperation
-perseverance, diligence

3. Results & Discussion
- 15 weeks
－100 questionnaires
-2000 words
-1 report

5. Conclusion
- can be onerous
-put into practice all you’ve learnt during bridging course
-no hesitation in seeking help from tutors, seniors and online

1. Introduction
-Go Green
-Magazine
-Video Clip

-Research
-literature review
- questionnaire
-data collection(survey)
-analysis of results
-presentation of analysis
- report
-peer editing
4. Recommendations
-literature review
-skim , scan
-summary
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questionnaire
-pilot survey
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data collection(survey)
-group of respondents
-analysis of results
-honesty

- report
¬-revision, revision….editing, editing…

A touch on bridging course life
by Wu Tong
Learning beyond classroom
by Chen Siyu
Smooth your way out the projects
by Qian Tian Pei
Not just English!
by Gao Yuan
by Wang Jiexuan
Eat, eat, eat ---the Foodie Story
by Cai Yue
A lot to see and do
by Wu Tong
A note from EXCO 16
Hungry go where
Climenti
Others
TIPS
1: wait to be seated

2: GST and service tax

3: how to make order

4: how to pay the bill

5: pay attention to special promotions

Vivo City
Outline
Bidding Point:
Engineering: 746 pts
Science: 597 pts
Computing： 647 pts
http://www.programiz.com/c-programming
Useful Tips in RVR
1. NEVER NEVER Wear Slippers
2. NEVER NEVER Late for Meals
3. NEVER NEVER Be Shy
Useful Tips in RVR:
1. Learn to TOLERATE
2. Sleep EARLY
3. Properly Use Technolo
gy
Haji lane
Contact list:
Wu Tong ntzxwt@gmail.com 90940536
Cai Yue cyscorpio1028@gmail.com 85027004
Chen Siyu Vivian_Chensy@foxmail.com 98405391
Qian Tian pei qiantianpei@gmail.com 90798311
Gao Yuan vers.la.flamme.ri@gmail.com 93461445
Wang Jiexuan wangjiexuan@yeah.net 85068476
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