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Today 03:09 AM
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U just said u got turned down for delisted. Got into Oxbridge, rejected by NUS, ended up in SMU.
Now become delisted grad again. Diff ppl nia?
I am delisted me kowtow to Oxbridge. They satki sia

No i rejected Oxbridge for delisted
Today 03:04 AM
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No dun lie i delisted grad. Parent sell HDB. Then got money liaoz.
U just said u got turned down for delisted. Got into Oxbridge, rejected by NUS, ended up in SMU.
Now become delisted grad again. Diff ppl nia?
Today 03:01 AM
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but end up in smu
cos nus reject and parent no money
No dun lie i delisted grad. Parent sell HDB. Then got money liaoz.
Today 02:56 AM
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Ya I got Oxbridge offer but turn down for delisted
but end up in smu
cos nus reject and parent no money
Today 02:54 AM
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All the while delisted uni also need 3 A Level As, with some requiring one UK A*.
Ya I got Oxbridge offer but turn down for delisted
Today 02:36 AM
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fyi delisted uni, a level grades also sama sama need AAA liao
All the while delisted uni also need 3 A Level As, with some requiring one UK A*.
Today 02:30 AM
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Can you not pwn the Oxbridge people like dis

I am from delisted I kowtow to all. At least other skool can hav progeny. Esp local firm Oxbridge they are the creme de la creme
u dun lie lah, u nus or smu one like us sinkie peasants, nao study so hard still work for cheapo asian sg firm like rht ah. angmoh pai still kowtow like asian meh. more lyk french kiss bear hug la.

oxbridge is rare in singapore cos oxbridge is all the way in europe leh, in singapore some nus/smu ppl cannot afford also, see until eyes green. mine also green.

actually not that hard to get in lah. just need to impress the college tutor mah, kiss ass make him feel shiok enuf to be stuck with you for 3 yrs in the same college... u eat sleep study **** all in the same college leh, oxbridge don't have consolidated campus one

fyi delisted uni, a level grades also sama sama need AAA liao
Today 02:12 AM
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Wanted to add that law in Oxbridge is theory-intensive, or simply put, a philosophy of law course. In the UK, you do not need a LLB to practise law. So, practical skills can be honed on the job and not in your class And given that the lecturers aren't practitioners, they focus on what they are good at - Theories. It is similar to some Justice and Jurisprudence module
Can you not pwn the Oxbridge people like dis

I am from delisted I kowtow to all. At least other skool can hav progeny. Esp local firm Oxbridge they are the creme de la creme
Yesterday 11:09 PM
Unregistered Many leave big 4 after a few years according to the article. Where do they all go?
Yesterday 11:07 PM
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2020 was when it happened. In 2021, the finances are still shaky I believe as clients are tightening their belt and are asking for cheaper fees. Clients can switch to small-medium firms given the budget cut.

It really depends on what you meant by 'stabilized'? Do you mean no more decline in their revenue? Or do you mean more clients come back to you? The firm's finances are as fluid as how the COVID situation is
Hmmm you seem to have some insider knowledge.

Anyway if old timers can recall, this is a far cry from 2011 when RHT split from Khattarwong (KW) over differences in business strategy including internationalization outlook. Supposedly those who left were the dynamic ones who disagreed with the insular and conservative old guard and KW was tipped to fail as a sinking ship that refused to change with the times.

Some 1 decade later, KW seems to enjoy an arguably higher level of prestige from it's tie-up with a blue-blooded international private client firm, while RHT services largely local companies and SME clients run by chinese speaking towkays, and has itself ceased it's association with a UK international firm.
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