HCIvsACSI?

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HCIvsACSI?

Postby Polar Bu » Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:44 am

My PSLE score is 264+2 and I'm considering ACSI IB or HCI. I've a couple of questions and I hope you can help me.
1. How is the learning environment (eg. stress level, teachers helpful......)
2. I have DSA into ACSI. If I decide to go HCI instead, what must I do? :scratchhead:
3. I only have an A in Chinese. Will it be a problem coping with Chinese in HCI?
Thanks Aunties and Uncles. Hope your can help me make up my mind.

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Re: HCIvsACSI?

Postby Otah » Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:22 am

Polar Bu wrote:My PSLE score is 264+2 and I'm considering ACSI IB or HCI. I've a couple of questions and I hope you can help me.
1. How is the learning environment (eg. stress level, teachers helpful......)
2. I have DSA into ACSI. If I decide to go HCI instead, what must I do? :scratchhead:
3. I only have an A in Chinese. Will it be a problem coping with Chinese in HCI?
Thanks Aunties and Uncles. Hope your can help me make up my mind.


Answer to your qns:
(1) Stress level is healthy. There are always interesting programme, sabbatical course or outward bound/leadership/oversea exchange to relief u from after exam which enrich your learning. Teachers are very helpful and approachable
(2) Just go ahead and try appeal to HCI lah.
(3) Many are like u. Your Chinese will improve as they stress on both lang.

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Re: HCIvsACSI?

Postby phtthp » Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:43 am

hi Polar Bu,

some of your concern had been asked by another parent:-
http://www.kiasuparents.com/kiasu/forum ... start=7920

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