"Students usually keep their notes to themselves, and even tell schoolmates the wrong things to study..."
Thus, my Free tuition classes for all JC students:
- Kindness for Non_rivals
- Kindness for Rivals
Kindness for Non_rivals
We need to define rivals very specifically. That is, very narrowly. How narrow? How about Sein Baydar, a pre-war famous Myanmar musician?
"Today's Sein Baydar is competiting with yesterday's Sein Baydar..."
All 3000-plus-years old people know that Kaizen/continuous improvement was not invented either in Myanmar or Japan.
So, who are your rivals, Raffles Institution Students?
Kindness for Rivals
If you still have rivals other than yourself, you need to take this second class. Here I teach self-cannibalization.Again, all 3000-plus-years old people know that it was not invented by Tom Peters, or any other American management gurus.
When I was in high school or Uni, I passed around notes to anyone interested. Those notes were my current best. But they were getting obsolete in a few days' time because I kept working on them.
Can't you let others score good marks while you can score excellent marks?
Even with the same notes, cannot you rely on your intuition, your native wit to give you brainwaves during the exam? When will you train your intuition if not when in schools?
Even with the same notes, cannot you rely on your luck? All 3000-plus-years old people know that all good people are lucky.