I dont think i would do well in engineering as im a feminine girl, engineering is not suitable for me. I have no interest in it either. i might like design but i struggled for my DnT in sec sch. IT sounds cool but i find it kinda complicated esp programming.
Hi, i'm currently studying in Millennia Institute Year 2 with all passes in my subjects for Year 1.
I'll just be direct and straight to the point.
Are you prepared to really put in your effort and to study really hard for the subject? Or are you more the project / integrated assignment type? Because if you feel that mundane textbook/notes studying is not what you may like, Poly may be more suitable.
However, poly has this system where they count their grades on GPA and you have to score top 5% of the entire cohort in order to be eligible for University.
MI they spread their syllabus in 3 years' time span. Like you get your foundations right on the first year and if your chinese is like A1/A2 during O Levels, you can opt to take A Level Chinese in year 1 and be done with it. Then for Year 2, you take your H1 contrasting subjects and Project Work and A Level Chinese (if you did not take it in Year 1).
Your remaining 3 H2 Subjects will be taken when you get promoted to Year 3. JC has only 1 and a half year for you to prepare for A's (minus the holidays + orientation week), whereas MI has 2 and a half year for you to prepare.
Whereas Poly, if you opt for poly, its not as stressful but during Project Week, you have many different modules that has deadlines for the assignments approaching and you'll really feel the crunch. Especially if the course modules is really demanding and its a group work, you'd pray that your group mates are good because your GPA will depend on your group mates + your performance.
Poly may seem less stressful, but its more stressful cause they prepare you for the working society outside, whereas MI prepares you for University Life + Working society and JC prepares you for University Life.
Depends on what you really want, actually.