Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Second Semester in Taylor's!!! (Part 1)

Praise the Lord that He has given us the opportunity to enjoy another year full with new yet interesting challenges, which I believe would be blessed so abundantly with tonnes of blessings and miracles which are yet to be showered and revealed upon us. 
Apparently this is my first post in the year 2011, and it’s been a month since my last update! Feeling excited on this new year, as I received my first batch of juniors last week, implying that I’m still playing a part in the ageing process. For the first time I feel so old but the good news is, I’d be joining their class in my forth semester which is next year! I’m not going to take A2 exam with my dearest classmates but rather, a semester slower so that I will have adequate time to prepare for the final exam and aced it with greater confidence. 
I’ve started my A2 syllabus for all subjects that I’m taking, and logically the difficulty level is getting higher. It’s not something like AS level of difficulty anymore but rather, a more sophisticated and complex knowledge that could easily subdue almost every student showing average level of intelligence, including me obviously. But I hold strong to my principles that nothing is unattainable by endorsing virtues of passion, persistence and perseverance, making me a different person altogether. 
I’m learning second chapter of Economics A2 (Production), and it’s quite confusing somehow with all sorts of curves combined together forming graphs, as well as the topics on the economies of scale(EOS). There are so many types of EOS and I’m supposed to know all these. Definitely need to put more efforts on it. For Maths, I’ve sat for my first test involving five chapters (Modulus Function, Partial Fraction, Polynomials, Exponential & Trigonometric) and I attained 31/32. Praise the Lord! Now I’ve finished Differentiation and studying Integration now. Heart that there are three more chapters to go before ending Math A2 syllabus (Paper 3), which are complex number, vector and another unknown topic. That’s extraordinary fast! =D 
As for FM 1, I’m learning Linear Spaces now, and slowly approaching the legendary vector space that my seniors had been talking about. Well it’s quite hard to understand everything, but I think I should be doing just fine if I study hard. Whereas for FM 2, I’ve finished the first topics of Statistics, which is probability density function and continuous density function. Today teacher taught us Sampling and Estimation, and I was so excited as I like Statistics. We will only learn random sampling in the syllabus, but in real life practice, there are a lot more types of samplings, which I should know since I’m going to pursue a course full of statistical methods. Looking forwards for FM2 class! =) 


  1. Hey, just out of curiosity, if you get LSE and City, which Uni would u choose to go to and why?

  2. I prefer City more rather than LSE. Reason is simple, cause I want to qualify faster as an actuary. If you prefer branding more rather than quality, choose LSE! =)


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