Sunday, October 3, 2010

Bye, blog

Ok guys,

  I have officially moved to my new blog. Once again, it is at Thanks for your support. I will be posting there from now on, so this is my last post on this blog. I will not be shutting down this blog, so you still can come here to look at my old posts. This is how my new blog looks like:

Make sure you follow it! I will be posting there.

So once again, Bye, Blog!

Saturday, October 2, 2010

It's the weekend today!

Hi guys,

  Sorry for posting late today. I was studying (of course). Nothing much has happened, so I guess I'll just list down the homework for the weekend.

1.English Vocabulary Worksheet

  Only one piece of homework, most probably the teachers want us to do our own revision...

Thursday, September 30, 2010

My SST blog

Visit it at

From 2011 onwards, I will start using that blog. (I may still use this blog, will confirm)
For now, I will stick with this blog. I will post some stuff on the other blog too, don't forget to check it out

PSLE timeline: approximately 1 week

  To be exact, it is 5 days to my first PSLE paper. I feel more or less ready for my science, english and math, but I do feel a little stressed about my chinese subject. (MY CHINESE SUCKS) To improve my chinese, my mom has been going through chinese sentence structures and phrases and giving me assessment. She promised me $200 dollars in cash if I get an A for chinese.(75% and above). My chinese is really terrible.

  Well, I should be going to study for my PSLE now. Like this post if you think that I should NOT study during the last 3 days before exam. Dislike this post if you think otherwise.

Friday, September 24, 2010

It's the weekend today!

Hi all,

  Yet another week has gone by. I have about 13 days left to PSLE. I hope that it comes quickly, so that I can quickly put an end to my worries of feeling that I have not studied enough. (Probably to play a lot as well, hehe) This is the homework for the weekend:

1.Science PP7 Booklet B (Done)
2.Math PP9 (Full Paper)
3. Super Challenging Math Problems (Mrs Tay says own time, own target to finish doing all of them)
4.English PSLE booklet comprehension 5

Not a lot of homework, assuming it's less than 2 weeks to PSLE. Probably because teachers want us to revise our subjects for the exam.

The Clock Is Ticking!

Speaking of "homework" and "revision", I'd better get down to my work...

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Incoming PSLE!


  Tomorrow, it is my PSLE Listening Comprehension. (Just a minor note:MT Listening Comprehension is like, MY WORST-SCORING PAPER EVER!)  However, I have been trying my best to improve my Listening Comprehension by:

1.Watching the Chinese program "Love" every day at 7pm
2.Watching the Chinese News everyday at 6.30pm
3.Doing tons of Listening Comprehension practices daily

Well, I think I'm ready by now...(Crosses fingers)

  I also got my report book today. Sigh...

English: 81% (A)
MT: 56% (C) Dammit!
Math: 83% (A)
Science: 74%  (B)

Total Aggregate (Upon 300): 220

If this was PSLE, I still would get into SST, but I still feel pretty lousy...
And I am in 37th position in my class. (40 people in my class) I feel that i have TREMENDOUS room for improvement.

To improve my grades, I am going to use an extremely effective method. It's called STUDYING!

Good luck to me for my examination tomorrow...

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Light Emitting Diodes

Recently, I have been interested in LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) and how they work.

  LEDs are semiconductor light sources. They are usually used as indicators in devices, but now they are increasingly used for lighting. They were introduced in 1962 and have been further developed since then. Early LEDs were dim and did not last as long as they do these days.

  When a LED is switched on, electrons recombine with holes within the device, releasing energy in the form of protons, which release light energy. A LED is usually small in size. They have many advantages over normal light sources, such as lower energy consumption, a smaller size, faster switching and a greater durability than light bulbs.

  Light-emitting diodes are used in applications as diverse as replacements for aviation lighting and in traffic signals. The compact size of LEDs has allowed new text and video displays and sensors to be developed, while their high switching rates are useful in advanced communications technology. Infrared LEDs are also used in the remote control units of many commercial products including televisions, DVD players, and other domestic appliances.

Yeah, now I like playing with my LEDs. (Anyone have more?)