When you take your exams, shouldn't you be studying your butt out to pass? What do you think happens if you fail. How do you think a failure should react?
I personally don't know how one should react coz I have never failed an exam before but I get it from those who have failed before that it not actually a time to bring out the champagne. That was what they say. Now just a few days ago I found out that it is better to fail than to work your arse out and pass with flying colours.
Feel your legs, anyone pulling them? No, right? I am not pulling your legs when I say this and I have the proof to show that I am not wrong to say make this claim and to proof that we here in Bolehland are actually truly blessed. Do you think I can patent this argument somewhere?
Bolehland is fantastic I tell you. If I were to be reborn, god please don't let it be in any developed country. Please make it here. Yes, here in Bolehland, the land where anything is possible.
I have 2 teacher friends in their 40s who did their distance learning. One was very serious. She actually borrowed books from many different libraries and, honest to god, actually read them. She called up old friends and discussed her coursework and took notes.The other is a male who makes Carl Lewis out of a tortoise. To him a library is a prison cell and friends are only for small talks.
Okay, okay I'll get to the point. Both were on RM2500 a month in the PPPLD (Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan Lepasan Diploma). The one who studied hard of course got through. The other failed. Since she already earned more than the starting pay of a PPPS (Pegawai Perkhidmatan Pendidikan Siswazah) she was offered the next highest level which meant about RM30 better than the other fellow who remained in PPPLD.
Recently the government announced that civil-servants would get a pay rise. There was so much jubilation.Please see below.
PPPLS Present 2535 x 15% = 379 +2535 = 2914.
PPLD Present 2500 x 25 = 625 + 2500 = 3150.
Both teach English and got a critical allowance for teaching English.
PPPLD 3150 x 10%= 315 + 3150 = 3460
PPPS 2914 x 5% = 148 + 2914 = 3060
Yes, for non graduates their allowance is 10 % while a graduate gets only 5%.Who is laughing now? From what I heard from friends, the PPPLD fellow is having a fun time teasing the lady. I don't blame her for being cheated because if I had not got my degree 11 years ago and remained a PPPLD I would now be drawing more then a thousand ringgit than I am earning now and that does not include the extra 5% in the allowance.
Please la don't study, it doesn't pay, not in terms of ringgit and sens la.The best part is that the JPA people refuses to admit this discrepancy or anomaly which ever way you see it. They are always right.
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