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27-01-2021 10:41 PM
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My modules are really difficult and I couldnít pass though I studied day and night for the exams.

I am really afraid now that iím reading posts from graduates from both local and private universities having a hard time landing a job or even a traineeship.

Should I be looking at Degree roles or diploma roles or even lower?
Sg trainee ships may get u started
27-01-2021 10:03 PM
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My modules are really difficult and I couldnít pass though I studied day and night for the exams.

I am really afraid now that iím reading posts from graduates from both local and private universities having a hard time landing a job or even a traineeship.

Should I be looking at Degree roles or diploma roles or even lower?
Seriously, just kill yourself.
26-01-2021 03:39 PM
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I'm just curious how you spent so long on a 3 year degree... did you take breaks in the middle, or were you just consistently failing units?

If I were you, I would apply everywhere and anywhere. In this climate, you should settle for anything. From there, you can work your way up. No choice.
My modules are really difficult and I couldnít pass though I studied day and night for the exams.

I am really afraid now that iím reading posts from graduates from both local and private universities having a hard time landing a job or even a traineeship.

Should I be looking at Degree roles or diploma roles or even lower?
26-01-2021 03:29 PM
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No, I do not have any connections whatsoever.. I know it doesnít look good but giving up now is not an option either. I am about to graduate in June and i am pretty worried about being able to find a job.

I donít come from a very well to do family and my parents have already spent so much on my University fees. I just hope to be able to find a job but would I be able to find a degree role position and how much starting salary should I be looking at?
I'm just curious how you spent so long on a 3 year degree... did you take breaks in the middle, or were you just consistently failing units?

If I were you, I would apply everywhere and anywhere. In this climate, you should settle for anything. From there, you can work your way up. No choice.
26-01-2021 03:25 PM
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Dude... do you have connections? If not it's pretty over for you. Taking that long to attain a pass in a private degree doesn't look good no matter how you put it.
No, I do not have any connections whatsoever.. I know it doesnít look good but giving up now is not an option either. I am about to graduate in June and i am pretty worried about being able to find a job.

I donít come from a very well to do family and my parents have already spent so much on my University fees. I just hope to be able to find a job but would I be able to find a degree role position and how much starting salary should I be looking at?
26-01-2021 03:17 PM
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I first started my degree programme in 2014 with SIM UOL and have failed a few modules. Therefore, I will only be graduating in 2021 (this is my final semester). I believe I should be able to graduate with a pass.

Am I going to have a hard time finding a job? Do I even have a chance to get a job? What kind of starting salary would I be looking at?
Dude... do you have connections? If not it's pretty over for you. Taking that long to attain a pass in a private degree doesn't look good no matter how you put it.
26-01-2021 03:03 PM
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Sim uol

I first started my degree programme in 2014 with SIM UOL and have failed a few modules. Therefore, I will only be graduating in 2021 (this is my final semester). I believe I should be able to graduate with a pass.

Am I going to have a hard time finding a job? Do I even have a chance to get a job? What kind of starting salary would I be looking at?
25-01-2021 02:18 PM
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Donít break down again ok?
your mummy never let me an*l her

#simdoggy
21-01-2021 06:44 PM
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The fact that you didnít bombed your As, made it to NUS, studied 4 years, failed to convert & all you have to brag about is applying to DBS GA (3.8k).

Again, even SIM grads in ACN are doing better than you (provided you can even beg your way back to DBS to find yourself shoulder-to-shoulder to SIM-UOL grads in the GA programme). Keep coping.
Donít break down again ok?
21-01-2021 06:42 PM
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Donít lame Autist Wang. You are always gong.

#dbsreject #85rpcleaner #localunitrash
More threads awaiting your protection doggy! browse harder!

#simdoggy
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