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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Can't seem to comment on my own site.. argh!

Great job guys... now I know that my answers are almost 100% accurate compared to MPM's. Yippee!

Mich... no need to aim for B6. Only 1% of Malaysians can actually score B6 so a B5 is already a great achievement. Mind you, even English teachers cannot be sure of getting a B6 if they take MUET as the level is excruciatingly high. :P

Chew.. as for appealing, well I haven't had any experience regarding this but you are welcome to appeal if you really need a B4 to advance in your education. If you can do so with a B3 then there is no point. If you appeal, do let me know how it turns out. Will keep my fingers crossed for you.

Once again, thanks guys for all the compliments. My greatest joy is to be able to give back to the people what my teachers have given me along the way. An open mind, and more importantly, an open heart. Cheerios!

9 comments:

  1. can u tell me some skema bout writing? becoz im weak in tis part. how to improve it? thx

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  2. I am weak in listening and reading, as well speaking. My writing is just fine :) Any suggestions on how to develop on those skills?

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  3. seriously i never expect that i can get band 5..coz i'm obviously a band 4 student..that's kinda surprised to me..=P

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  4. oh thanks for your advice..i've always wanted to get band 5 for my muet and thats the main reason why i'd have felt like appealing..nothing to do with education =) will tell u the result if i do appeal!thanks once again

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  6. I've already registered for the year-end session!
    I've gotten band5 previously. Do you think its actually impossible to achieve band6 for me the next time around?

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  7. last exam i think the stats r only 11 ppl in the whole country who got baand 6... u do the math k... :P

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  8. awww... I just wasted RM60 then... =(

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