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New MessageBest Law College (modified 0 times) km1ng
I'm currently sitting for my STPM and i've no intention to enrol for Local Universities. I'm looking forward to enrol for a local college to pursue a Degree in Law. I would like to hear some recommendation here. Thanks.

Currently , i've heard of Kemayan ATC and also Kolej Damansara Utama (KDU) plus HELP Institute.

Any idea which is the better?

13 Nov, 2004 00:35:40

New MessageRE:Best Law College (modified 0 times) Vince
There is no such thing as Good or Bad School, College and University.

Good or Bad comes from the Students themselves who should be able to absorb and digest all those taught to them.

The students should have Analytical Skills to understand what they have learnt. Tnen, be able to apply practically and freely whenever necessary.

The characteristics of a smart learner should include: Interest, Imagination and Observant. Last but not least, don't blindly fellow which requires analytical skills to adapt and adopt to the everchanging environment.

25 Nov, 2004 16:15:17

New MessageRE:Best Law College (modified 0 times) Unni
The colleges ou have named have an excellent reputation and a good choice and mix of courses to chose from. Precisely what is it that you are after in terms of a qualification after school?? and why do you wish to avoid local universities? just a matter of interest.
27 Nov, 2004 22:45:46

New MessageRE:Best Law College (modified 0 times) Ah Seng888
Why yo0u wanted to law college even cannot find one? better sell beckside. Allways wanted to being a lawyer and don't know it is a harder work and have to be clever. Stupid.
28 Nov, 2004 22:27:22

New MessageRE:Best Law College (modified 0 times) km1ng
Thanks for the first two replies. I am posting here because I wish to get more information from people here. I've had friends currently studying in Kemayan ATC and Help University College.

About why I'm avoiding Local Uni , it's because I dont think my result would be good enough to take me to Universiti Malaya. Moreover I'm a chinese , i've heard lotsa things which tells me I wont be able to get there. And so , i'm looking forward to enrol in private uni/coll. Anyway , my form 6 isnt wasted at all cause i've gained a lot from my 1 1/2 years of studies. I do believe i am interested to do well in getting a law degree. Anyway , only time will tell whether i can cope with everything or not. I just hope to read as many info as possible before finally getting myself to enrol in any specific coll.

I think i'll be leaving my place(sandakan,sabah) in around early march... My exam result should be out on the 26th of Feb this year.

12 Jan, 2005 19:45:23

New MessageRE:Best Law College (modified 0 times) izcremecake
sigh~, im also in the same situation here.currently waiting for my stpm results.not sure if it's good enough to secure a law in local uni.plus, im from the sci stream.hahah~
i heard that external programmes are not accepted for clpsince 2001.then, i met an acquaintance dat day who told me that it is actually accepted if u get above a certain score band.
can somebody out thr help to clear this?
20 Feb, 2005 20:59:07


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