Wah...so goodyyyy huh?pirated wrote:math graduates can become prime minister of singapore !Augmum wrote:Would like to seek opinions as to "What are the career options if read Maths in Uni "??

( besides teaching , which she is not interested in)

That will help to decide whether to take up H3 Maths or not ...

## 2014-15 H3s

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Tks bittersweet for the info. Ntu h3 modules will be held at hci but nus h3 modules will be held at nus. Hv you decided which h3 to apply?BitterSweet wrote:Depends, have to consider the different factors. Pros and cons for both.zeemimi wrote:Which is more popular, the MOE H3 or Uni H3?

On one hand, uni H3s end earlier, in about may, so you're free to focus on your other subjects after that. But uni H3s this year are at hwa chong, so students from other JCs have to factor in travel time (MOE H3s will be held in your own JC I think). Also, uni H3s have two lessons a week (because they only have 5 months to finish the syllabus), where MOE H3 has one lesson a week.

But MOE H3 will last all the way until the end of A-levels, which can be very tiring. On the other hand, final exams for uni H3s might class with sports seasons for some students. So yeah, must consider all these factors, plus which has H3s that suit you better.

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there has been no more game theory since 2014 because the professor passed away in a diving accident

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No one else capable of teaching the same course ?mrdercer wrote:there has been no more game theory since 2014 because the professor passed away in a diving accident

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H3 subjects are mainly for interest.

That said, I'll chip in with my two cents.

Mathematics is an important foundation for many courses in University, as well as graduate studies (should you decide to do it). Some of the most lucrative jobs out there are known as Quants (Quantitative finance, Quantitative traders, Algorithmic traders, High frequency Traders). These jobs require no less than a PhD in the mathematical arena (i.e. Computer Science, Math, Engineering, etc). They are also highly competitive (i.e. Jump Trading, Jane Street, GETCO typically hires MIT/Stanford/CMU graduates only).

That said, I'll chip in with my two cents.

Mathematics is an important foundation for many courses in University, as well as graduate studies (should you decide to do it). Some of the most lucrative jobs out there are known as Quants (Quantitative finance, Quantitative traders, Algorithmic traders, High frequency Traders). These jobs require no less than a PhD in the mathematical arena (i.e. Computer Science, Math, Engineering, etc). They are also highly competitive (i.e. Jump Trading, Jane Street, GETCO typically hires MIT/Stanford/CMU graduates only).

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H3 Maths would be useful for Math related courses in University, including Engineering, Physics, Computer Science.Augmum wrote:Would like to seek opinions as to "What are the career options if read Maths in Uni "??

( besides teaching , which she is not interested in)

That will help to decide whether to take up H3 Maths or not ...

Some Math related careers here: https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/MathJobs.html

Linear Algebra I in NUS is a really interesting course, student will learn how to do Math "proofs", and also learn cool-sounding concepts like "eigenvalues".

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Thanks mathtuition88 for yr response to my question...appreciated...mathtuition88 wrote:H3 Maths would be useful for Math related courses in University, including Engineering, Physics, Computer Science.Augmum wrote:Would like to seek opinions as to "What are the career options if read Maths in Uni "??

( besides teaching , which she is not interested in)

That will help to decide whether to take up H3 Maths or not ...

Some Math related careers here: https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/MathJobs.html

Linear Algebra I in NUS is a really interesting course, student will learn how to do Math "proofs", and also learn cool-sounding concepts like "eigenvalues".

Will let my gal know abt it...

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Thanks Rejoin for chipping in yr info on Uni Maths ...Rejoin wrote:H3 subjects are mainly for interest.

That said, I'll chip in with my two cents.

Mathematics is an important foundation for many courses in University, as well as graduate studies (should you decide to do it). Some of the most lucrative jobs out there are known as Quants (Quantitative finance, Quantitative traders, Algorithmic traders, High frequency Traders). These jobs require no less than a PhD in the mathematical arena (i.e. Computer Science, Math, Engineering, etc). They are also highly competitive (i.e. Jump Trading, Jane Street, GETCO typically hires MIT/Stanford/CMU graduates only).

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You are welcome.Augmum wrote:Thanks mathtuition88 for yr response to my question...appreciated...mathtuition88 wrote:H3 Maths would be useful for Math related courses in University, including Engineering, Physics, Computer Science.

( besides teaching , which she is not interested in)

That will help to decide whether to take up H3 Maths or not ...

Some Math related careers here: https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/MathJobs.html

Linear Algebra I in NUS is a really interesting course, student will learn how to do Math "proofs", and also learn cool-sounding concepts like "eigenvalues".

Will let my gal know abt it...

Linear Algebra I (NUS) will also help improve concepts in the normal H2 maths. Students will gain a deeper understanding about vectors, dot product, cross product, lines and planes, all of which are part of the H2 syllabus.

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