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Old 04-04-2012, 03:25 PM
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Aiyoh.. Complaining auntie angry already.. Muwhahahaha... i'm just teaching you how to be a good wife.. Bye, bye auntie.. Remember to go and exercise hor... Women got flabby tummy not pretty one... No need to dream about Quartz anymore.. Price won't come down one... Muwhahahaha... You should dream about your waistline "26" instead... hahahaha....
I'm not aunty ok, I'm =====> Esther and my waist is 25. And I'm here to stay!
How you know women got flabby tummy? You got one? Or your wife got one? Actually men also got one, haha.

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Old 20-06-2012, 11:34 AM
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Hi all

I am due to have interview with MOE on thursday. Since I've missed the PDGE 2012, (if successful), I'll have to go contract teaching before PDGE.

So, is the salary during contract teaching similar to that during PDGE?

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I'm not aunty ok, I'm =====> Esther and my waist is 25. And I'm here to stay!
How you know women got flabby tummy? You got one? Or your wife got one? Actually men also got one, haha.
your husband is not a man meh?? hahahaha.. Once again.. this stupid woman has unwittingly insulted her own husband again.. Must be retribution from his past life for your husband to marry such a stupid and complaining woman like you...

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Old 22-06-2012, 02:13 AM
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Hello Unregistered 20-06-2012, 11:34 AM,

You can expect a S$300-500 Salary hike atleast after your PGDE.

I am also applying for my PGDE, hope you can answer a few questions for me as well:
  1. How long after you applied, did you get the interview email/letter?
  2. How much notice did they give you for the interview?
  3. How do you know that the cutocc for July2012 has enede. What i hear is their orientation is only in 30 July, so you may be able to make it.

Good Luck for your interview and do let me know how it was
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Anybody know how much a mid career engineer with 15 years work experience can expect when changing over to teaching? I am interested to know during PGDE and after PGDE salaries.
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Old 23-06-2012, 01:15 PM
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I am also considering a career switch from engineer to teacher (junior college level). Does any one have a rough estimation of what the salary will be like during NIE and after NIE? My qualifications are a masters of engineering and about 6 years of working experience.

I am thinking if i should study another part time masters of science - if it helps to increase my salary by some amount?

Any teachers out there who can advise me? Thank u.
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I am also considering a career switch from engineer to teacher (junior college level). Does any one have a rough estimation of what the salary will be like during NIE and after NIE? My qualifications are a masters of engineering and about 6 years of working experience.

I am thinking if i should study another part time masters of science - if it helps to increase my salary by some amount?

Any teachers out there who can advise me? Thank u.
if with NS, the salary range would be 4.2-4.6k
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your husband is not a man meh?? hahahaha.. Once again.. this stupid woman has unwittingly insulted her own husband again.. Must be retribution from his past life for your husband to marry such a stupid and complaining woman like you...
So funny, the topic is about career as teacher. How did this comment come about?
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Old 23-06-2012, 05:24 PM
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So will there be a difference in the salary with a masters of science and masters of engineering? Also any diff if teaching in jc and sec sch, assuming same qualifications?
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Old 23-06-2012, 05:52 PM
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nah.. no diff ba.. they only consider your 1st degree... masters open up yr opportunity to take up leadership roles in sch
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