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Student aims high

Torika Tokalau
Monday, February 10, 2014

FINISH all your assignments before time and attend all your classes.

This is the advice 20-year-old Caifeng Kuang had for those students who would pursue studies at USP's College of Foundation Studies this year.

Ms Kuang graduated last week with 215 other students.

Apart from completing her foundation studies, she also walked away with top achievements — best in English, physics and chemistry, and also overall outstanding foundation student.

"Don't finish your assignments on time, complete it before time," she said.

"And you have to study if you want to achieve good marks."

Ms Kuang said throughout last year, her only motivating factor was her dream to pursue studies in medicine.

"All I wanted was to achieve an A plus so I can study medicine.

"I have always wanted to be a doctor because they help people.

"And I also love challenging myself and medicine, I believe, is the most challenging program to pursue."

Ms Kuang, a former Yat Sen School student, said her family was proud of her achievements.

"The goal now is to study hard for six years so I can achieve my dream of being a doctor."








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