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Aditya Krishnan

Aditya Krishnan
Class of 2015

Aditya Krishnan '15 volunteered in the communications department at UWCSEA for five years. During this time he wrote a number of stories based on his experiences in the classroom and as part of undertaking his bronze and silver National Youth Achievement Awards. He also redeveloped the NYAA student information website and maintained the information for several years as part of his CAS to fulfill the requirements of the IB Diploma. Aditya attended UWCSEA for much of his schooling, starting in the primary school before relocating for several years. He then returned to UWCSEA in Grade 8 in order to finish secondary school.

He is currently studying medicine in the UK and when he travels back to Singapore to visit family, he also volunteers to share his experiences at university with our current students. 

Waveometers, inclinometers and coursework

Coursework is an opportunity for the student to complete tasks outside of exam conditions, while using all the required skills, allowing students to further investigate a subject. Different subjects in IGCSE have different amounts of coursework; courses like Global Perspectives are based completely on coursework, while subjects don’t have any. For IGCSE Geography students, although examinations are critical in determining their grade, a major sector of their assessment is determined by their coursework.

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