This blog post by a student from one of Singapore’s top junior colleges offers rich food for thought about our education system. It also offers rare insight into some of the realities of life at an elite school.
Research has indicated that students generally perform better when they are a “big fish in a small pond” – one of the best students in a less prestigious school – than a “small fish in a big pond” – one of the weakest students at a top school. Of course different individuals thrive best in different environments, so it is important to understand yourself when making your choice of school.
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