The world and its wonders never cease to amaze me. Sometimes, something as commonplace as a science high school timetable can get me scratching my head. One notable example was that of TaSci and its extremely short application schedule. When … Continue reading →
An astute business once said, “if you can’t beat them, improve on them.” While all science high schools technically do the same thing in terms of application procedures, sometimes they will take a tried-and-true formula and tweak it to make … Continue reading →
If you want to become a DOST-SEI (Science Education Institute) Science and Technology (S&T) scholar in your college years, good news! The DOST-SEI Science and Technology Scholarship Application is now ongoing. DOST S&T Scholarship Basics 1. To become a Science … Continue reading →
When you’re inquiring about science high school timetables, you can’t help but notice some things that are unique to each institution. For example, Caloocan Science has two written exams, while Mandaluyong Science asks for two sets of required documents. The … Continue reading →
Marikina Science High School Admission Procedure Admission Selection shall be done in three stages 1. Screening(Submission of the Application Forms and other Documents) 2. Qualifying Exam 3. Interview Only Grade VI students whose average grade in all English, Science … Continue reading →
As a general rule, each science high school has a screening process that involves several phases, including a written exam and an interview, with the number of written exams varying depending on the school in question. Despite their differences, however, … Continue reading →
When I was in Grade 7, one of my teachers strongly urged me to attend a science high school after graduation. She apparently thought that that would be good training for me. I never did attend a science high school … Continue reading →
This is a correction to the info provided in a previous post: Philippine Science High School Entrance Exam 2011 Application Ongoing. In the aforementioned post, it was mentioned that to be eligible for the PSHS-NCE, one must have been born … Continue reading →
Most scholarships we’re familiar with usually involve contributions made by entities such as the government, private institutions and private benefactors. Sometimes, however, a scholarship program is named after a single person—in this case, a senator by the name of Edgardo … Continue reading →
I never really knew my grandfather on my father’s side too well, but my father did tell me that his father was a miner. Deep down, I wondered what it was like to descend into the bowels of the earth, … Continue reading →
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