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Submitted by kirsten on
In Singapore, we pride ourselves on our education system which has been admired by other countries (especially those in our region). The system is very academic-centric; students are made to focus on tests and exams and score well. But young Singaporeans are starting to find that having the best grades and paper qualifications aren't everything, and find themselves on the back foot when it comes to competing with others around the world who may not be as strong academically, but have other skills to make them stand out. What can young Singaporeans do to counter this?