i dont want you to explain it its like a figure of speech what i wrote i accidently added a question mark at the end lol
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St. Michael's had that too, I studied there :S
Where other men blindly follow the truth remember Nothing is True. Where other men are limited by morality or law, remember Everything is Permitted.
Pathetic rules fail to amuse me.
They're not letting me give Business, being a science student, particularly because I didn't take it as an option, OR study it afterschool. WTF. I fucking have no idea why I didn't inform them of giving it before studying the shit.
Another one I know of through my cousin when he gave his O'levels from a particular school which I don't remember was that they were to give 8 principle subjects in their o'levels and THAT'S IT. They couldn't take any more. Not even privately. A friend of my cousin gave two premature private olevels, and the school found out and expelled him. Not that it matters in the end result, but that's bullshit.
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As far as community service is concerned, I'm afraid that counts for very little. I've had A LOT of internships; World Bank, there was this leather company which I've forgotten, an MLC Paint company (Jotun), Honda and several NGOs. It came as a shock to my delusional beliefs that these internships' and 'communal service' accounted for close to NOTHING at school/college level. It's the Universities that see that, and when you're applying for jobs, that's when they come in action.
The thing Universities (and Schools/Colleges) see more is how good you are in * competitive* co-curriculars. This includes Debates, MUNs, more public speaking, Business Model competitions, etc. Get my rift?