I know this blog is about cosplay and occasionally anime news, but this time I want to share some tips on having a productive life in college. These are some of my savvy tips that I have cultivated throughout the years and what better times to write this when I’m a year away from graduating. It will help if you have a smartphone or even a tablet with you as these two are tremendous productivity booster when it is use correctly.
I will attempt to write up an introduction on how you can apply for PTPTN loan when you are in your college/university. Of course, all of these are based on my own personal experiences on the subject. I’m hoping to provide some useful information to those who are seeking on how the whole process works from the start till the end. Continue Reading
I bet you have heard of new year resolution I presume?
As a reminder to those who wanted to register as an examinee for the upcoming JLPT exam in this December. The registration window is opened for 2 weeks only starting from 27th August to 9th September. The official exam will start on the second of December which is also a Sunday. So, register now.
Woah! That’s was fast. It feels like a breeze only to realized that 4 months had passed since my last semester break. Even now it’s quickly approaching the very last day that I need to attend college. I mean, tomorrow is the last day which I will be sitting for a Network paper. So, after tomorrow until mid September I’ll be pretty free again to do whatever I desire and get into fighting shape as I enter advance Diploma cum Degree programme.
I usually read while I’m on my way to college and my usual mode of transport is the train. However, most often than not I get nauseated and a bit dizzy when I read for more than 10 minutes, staring on the screen on my phone or a book in hand. I would usually get frustrated at this point and just plug in my earphones then close my eyes to try to balance the feeling.
Yup! My 6th semester is up and tomorrow I will be sitting for my final exam which is just an English paper. Moreover, I don’t need to sit for my Web-based Programming exam because it consist only coursework and practicals.
If you has been an avid reader of this blog or a googler who may have come upon a rant I posted years ago complaining about the new Internet service. Remember now? Yea, that post : Malaysia Unifi is a big joke. At one time it was the top most read entry in this blog. Well, people were curious about the new services being offered and most are old tmnet users that including me who are much skeptical about the quality and service.