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Schooling from the US ..
Kingston elementary (preschool to 6th)
Carusi middle school (7-8th)
Cherry Hill High School West (9-12th)
Camden County College (1 year)
Rutgers University (Freshman-Senior .. took 5 years)
Princeton University (Can't say time table, because I start in Sept.)
kingston, new york?
Saint Gabriel's Primary School, Year 1-6
Saint Gabriel's Secondary School, Year 7 - 11 (Around 1500+ Students) "GCE 'O' Levels"
Nanyang Polytechnic, Currently
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telok kechai primary school, telok kechai, kedah, malaysia (year 1-6)
tuanku syed putra science school, perlis, malaysia (year 7-8)
sultan abdul hamid college (year 9)
MARA junior science college (O Level)
Sunway Monash University College (A level)
University of Leeds (Medicine 2005-2010)
richmond east primary then moved about 5 times (yea i know >.>) then settled into braybrook primary, finished that (1-6year levels), then moved onto CCCC (full name Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, 3 campuses, 7-12 levels, kinda packed ._.)
it's..........well........:/ no real words can describe what it's like there, final year before uni!!!!
Falconbrook Primary school (1-6 year levels)
Chesnut Grove High School (7 - 11 Year) Apparently thanks to this school the potential I once had of being a genius was thoroughly put out.
Richmond Upon Thames College (Currently....)
Carshalton College ( Where I moving to in Sept)
Methodist Children's Home Kindergarten (age 4-6)
Methodist Primary School (age 7-12)
Methodist Secondary School (age 13-17)
a crappy university (age 18-19)
University of Chicago (class 2011) Anyone going there for fall 2007 intake?
Bethel UCCP (preschool)
A crappy elementary school
PSHS-SMC (high school)
University of the Philippines Diliman
Yeah, I'm in college now.
You've got so many schools. Me, I started my Elementary and graduated college in one school only.
EDIT: The heck I forgot to post my school. It's University of Santo Tomas.
Hmm.. I won't mentioned the name as most of you guys will not know it..
Primary School (7 to 12 yo) --> National School
High School: (Junior High 13 to 15 yo and Senior High 16 & 17 yo) --> Sports School (a boarding school specialized in training the national squads)
Uni (18 to 22 yo) --> A private university taking double courses "International Business Management & Administration" and "Accountings, up to level 5". For accounting, I don't know the international equivalent, but the highest level is 6.
Elementary school was a few yards from my old house. (K-8)
Higshcool was a bus drive a way or anywhere from 10-45 minutes walking. (9-12)
Then I went to a few trade schools for computer programing and other skills.
For universities, I go/went/will go Drexel. That was 2008-2009. From 2010 to 2011, hopefully, it's Brookdale, then back to Drexel. Drexel is in PA, another state like NJ, and an hour away at the least. v.v Can be annoying to drive to. Brookdale is like, 30mins away, give or take, which is good since I tend to leave late. Not always easy to get to or to leave, depending on the time of day, cuz of traffic.
To go to Brookdale from home, I pass by my old high school. That was like what... 15min drive on bus, if not 30 max? I usually listened to music and/or did homework on the bus on the ride to and from school.