• What was the examiner like during the ARSM exam? | ABRSM

    Candidates taking their ARSM (Associate of the Royal Schools of Music) exam in Singapore share what the exam experience was like. Find out more about the ARSM exam here: www.abrsm.org/newdiploma

    published: 11 Oct 2017
  • ATR 72-600 Flight Simulator Singapore Airshow 2014 - HD

    HD video of Captain Herve Barthe, Deputy Head of Training and EASA Flight Instructor/Examiner at ATR's Singapore Training Centre, demonstrating an ATR 72-600 flight on their Singapore-based CAE simulator. In this quick video you will experience what it is like to take off and land at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, and also discover what happens if an engine dies as well as what that means to the aircraft. Captain Herve's co-pilot for this flight is Passapong Jirawattanasak - Deputy Manager Regional & International, Corporate Communications Department of Bangkok Airways. The Thai airlines signed an order for 6 ATR 72-600s at the Singapore Airshow, they will replace the older ATR 72-500s that Bangkok Airways is using. The flight simulator you can see in this video is the CAE 7000 Series. Mu...

    published: 16 Feb 2014
  • UFO near Singapore on May 2009

    http://www.examiner.com/x-4872-Pittsburgh-Paranormal-Examiner From the TV 5 newscast on May 18th. I cannot find a follow up report...

    published: 20 Jun 2009
  • IPS-CFE Conference On The Future Economy Of Singapore: Dialogue Session with CFE Members

    Visit the IPS website for more details on the conference proceedings. http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/ips/event/new-frontiers-the-ips-cfe-conference-on-the-future-economy-of-singapore Chairperson: Mr Lee Tzu Yang,Member Academic Panel, Institute of Policy Studies Panellists: Mr S Iswaran, Co-Chairman, Committee on the Future Economy and Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) Ms Goh Swee Chen, Chairman, Shell Companies in Singapore Mr Caesar Sengupta, Vice President Product Management, Google Mr Mark Lee, Chief Executive Officer, Sing Lun Holdings Limited

    published: 19 Jul 2016
  • F3 - Examiners Reports - Orla McGreal

    Orla will be chatting about the Examiners Report for F3. Orla Mc Greal is an Assistant Lecturer (F1 - Accountant in Business, F5 - Performance Management) of LearnSignal More information about her Qualifications & Work Experience: https://learnsignal.com/en/profile/4607

    published: 24 Apr 2017
  • VLOG: I was an OSCE examiner for the day I The Junior Doctor

    Today I was an OSCE examiner for first year medical students Felt weird being on the other end of the OSCE (I was a fair examiner :)

    published: 18 Feb 2018
  • How to Achieve Oral Exam Success for Singapore Primary School

    https://LeoMagan.com/ Our speech language therapist presents several tips to help primary school students to be more successful in their oral English examinations, especially for the upper primary students. The biggest change in the oral examination format is the picture discussion section which had been replaced by graphic stimulus. Graphic stimulus is something visual which could be in the form of a poster, a flyer about an exhibition or an advertisement. It is something with pictures, visual information and words for the child to read. Subsequently, the examiner will ask questions and have a conversation with the child such as 'what do you think...?' For example, if the poster is about pets, the examiner may ask the child about his or her pet. The number one thing for the child t...

    published: 08 Apr 2014
  • ACCA Exam Tips by Examiner herself. Relevant to all ACCA exams.

    This Interview was recorded back in 2010. All exam tips are still relevant for students. Share with your friends and mates before they are appearing for exam. Disclaimer: This Video is Property of ACCA and it will be removed from Youtube if asked.

    published: 30 Aug 2017
  • In Those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher

    This mini documentary follows Teo Ching Ching (RAD Examiner) and provides a glimpse of a day in the life of a ballet teacher. Being in the arts and media industry, i've always been curious to learn more about the various art forms and that is how i came across Palais Dance Studio. Established in 1989, this ballet school in Singapore has nurtured a number of young dance artistes & educators. I met with Miss Teo, Vice-Principal of the school, and whilst talking to her, i learnt a lot about her passion for dance and love for spreading her knowledge. 'In those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher' features a class of RAD Grade 2 students, some of whom Miss Teo has taught since they were 4 years old. Conceptualised & Produced by Nur Hasinah, student at Singapore Polytechnic's Diploma in C...

    published: 08 Feb 2015
  • A Day in The Life Of: Immigration & Customs Officer

    published: 19 Jul 2017
  • IELTS Speaking Interview - Practice for a Score 7

    IELTS speaking interview example high score by www.aehelp.com. This video is an IELTS speaking section interview with a native Mandarin speaker example 2. This playlist teaches important strategies for IELTS speaking interview. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WorldESLTutors. This video is a part in a series that instructs the steps necessary to achieve a high score, between 7 to 9, on the IELTS question. The series includes four example speaking interviews with a native Arabic and Chinese speakers. This series will teach you the skills that will help you to be successful, confident and to reach success on these questions during the speaking interview. Follow the instructions carefully and make sure to practice. Use the subtitles as necessary to help you comprehend the informatio...

    published: 18 Mar 2015
  • Fast & Furious Nerd Shocks Instructors

    A driving school approached us and thought it would be funny to prank their new instructors on the first day at the job. We agreed.. Like our facebook page for behind the scenes: https://www.facebook.com/maxmantv.off... Media / usage enquiries: izmir@izimediagroup.com

    published: 24 Mar 2015
  • [HD] Slash in Singapore: The Interview

    Klik.TV is so glad that Slash isn't living in Singapore. He says that it's too hot here and if he had to live in Singapore, he would have to cut his hair. No! Not the hair!

    published: 03 Aug 2010
  • Singapore GCE O'Level Retakers' Experiences

    Charles and Marlina are among the many more students who retook their GCE O'Levels in Singapore. We would like to share their experiences to those who happen to be retaking their O'Levels. Hope this video can serve as a motivation for you to press on. Project Sometimes Stuff Happens is conducted by NUS students from the College of Alice and Peter Tan. For more info, please visit us! Website: https://projectsometimesstuffhappens.wordpress.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sometimesstuffhappens

    published: 30 Mar 2015
  • Rockschool Seminar: Rockschool Diploma Workshop with Steve Agnew, LRSL Rockschool Examiner, UK

    A day with Steve Agnew, LRSL Rockschool Examiner, UK, as he shares with us the Graded Rockschool Exams and Teaching Diploma! Many Thanks to Lifelong Learning Institute, for Providing the wonderful and Spacious Venue!

    published: 06 Dec 2017
  • 7 tips for the driving exam

    For any info: My website: www.conduitefacile.com Gmail: conduitefacilevideos@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conduitefacilevideos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConduiteFacile Video showing some important points to which you must pay attention when doing the driving test. Note that in order to keep the video short and sweet, I will not repeat some of the details that I explain in my other videos (eg: you should look left-right-left at each stop, check the mirrors and blind spot before each lane change and before each turn, etc.). Note that any one of the mistakes mentioned in this video will result in automatic failure. In this video: 1- Parking 2- Obstacles 3- The Green Arrow 4- Stops 5- Blind Spots 6- Pedestrian Crossings 7- Bus Priority Good luck for your exam. Note: ...

    published: 17 Feb 2014
  • Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime

    Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime: The Critical Role of Financial Institutions and How It Affects You Talk by Hue Dang ’92, Head of Asia for the Association of Certified Anti-Money-Laundering Specialists. Media coverage in the last several years of financial penalties against global banks such as BNP Paribas ($8.9 billion) or HSBC ($1.92 billion) for money-laundering and sanctions violations—to name just a few examples—highlights the increasing risks to banks as they conduct their normal business. We now live in an era of international money-laundering controls. The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, revolutionized the anti-money-laundering (AML) field and brought into stark relief the threat of the movement and disguising of funds destined for the sup...

    published: 06 Jun 2017
  • P5 Dec 2017 - Examiner report & Q1

    Mike Li ACCA P5 JUN 2018 exam www.HKCAexam.com

    published: 21 Mar 2018
  • IPS-CFE Conference On The Future Economy Of Singapore: PANEL I- Industries of the Future

    The panel will discuss the industries that define the future will not be the ones that dominate today. In this panel, academics from the universities will share their insights into what these industries might be; how they will operate; and how Singapore can benefit from the opportunities they offer. Visit the IPS website for more details on the conference proceedings. http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/ips/event/new-frontiers-the-ips-cfe-conference-on-the-future-economy-of-singapore Chairperson: Associate Professor Tan Kim Song, Program Director, MSc Applied Economics School of Economics, Singapore Management University Speakers: Professor Arnoud De Meyer, President, Singapore Management University Associate Professor John Pang, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering College of Enginee...

    published: 19 Jul 2016
  • Hilda Daniel, Multimedia Artist (NYC / Singapore / LA) - World Listening Day 2016

    Hilda Daniel is a multi-media artist based in New York City (from Singapore and Los Angeles, via India and Iraq). Her work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals in New York, London, Berlin, Oslo, Dublin and other cities in Europe, US, Canada, Mexico and North Africa, including in the Museum of Modern Art’s curated SoundCloud site for its exhibition on John Cage’s 4’33”; in curated Kinokophone sound events at The British Library, Lincoln Center Library for Performing Arts, among others; Dada Sound Festival, Finland; Sound Collective’s Trauma, Identity & Sonic Art; Dragonfly Festival, Sweden; Exquistite Corpse (cd & exh.) at Soundfjord, London; International Streaming Festival, The Hague; Anthology Film Archives, NYC; the Oslo Screen Festival and as a finalist in the SXSWclick festiv...

    published: 18 Jul 2016
  • IELTS Speaking test sample - Part 1 (Kenn, Band 8.5)

    What speaking ability does a score of IELTS Band 8.5 represent? Watch this Speaking test sample, where Kenn from Singapore talks about 'Famous people'. Here's why this performance was given a Band 8.5: This test taker speaks fluently for most of the time and develops topics coherently and appropriately, with only slight content-related hesitations as he engages with the topics. His vocabulary is precise and sophisticated throughout this part of the test (prominent businessmen; emulate; a growing number of television celebrities; to promote charitable causes; endorsing a cause; negative repercussions; conscious of body image; susceptible to; prevalent). He uses a wide range of grammatical structures naturally and accurately, with no noticeable error. He also uses a full range of pronu...

    published: 27 May 2016
  • IELTS Speaking test sample - Part 2 (Tina, Band 5)

    What speaking ability does a score of IELTS Band 5 represent? Watch this Speaking test sample, where Tina from Vietnam talks about 'An interest or hobby you enjoy'. Here's why this performance was given a Band 5: This candidate is able to maintain the flow of speech for most of the time but there are hesitations as well as some repetition and self-correction. This, together the fact that she describes several interests rather than one interest, makes her hard to follow at times and leads to some loss of coherence (before when I live in Vietnam I often go to … church and or some association … er … I can … er … I often ask my friend to … er … to contribute … er … er … and give a hand to help the poor people … or the old people because I think the old people are so … er … my … is look like...

    published: 20 Oct 2014
  • Paul Harris Presents Examiner (Gimmicks & DVD) by John Graham - www.MagicCastle.com.sg

    Get it here at http://www.MagicCastle.com.sg. 150 Orchard Road, #04-35, Orchard Plaza, Singapore 238841

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Olle Nordberg, golf club examiner

    Olle Nordberg, from Northmountain International, looks at golf clubs all day. There's a reason, Olle does market research to check what clubs players are using and passes that information back to equipment manufacturers.

    published: 28 Jan 2016
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What was the examiner like during the ARSM exam? | ABRSM
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What was the examiner like during the ARSM exam? | ABRSM

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Candidates taking their ARSM (Associate of the Royal Schools of Music) exam in Singapore share what the exam experience was like. Find out more about the ARSM exam here: www.abrsm.org/newdiploma
https://wn.com/What_Was_The_Examiner_Like_During_The_Arsm_Exam_|_Abrsm
ATR 72-600 Flight Simulator Singapore Airshow 2014 - HD
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ATR 72-600 Flight Simulator Singapore Airshow 2014 - HD

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HD video of Captain Herve Barthe, Deputy Head of Training and EASA Flight Instructor/Examiner at ATR's Singapore Training Centre, demonstrating an ATR 72-600 flight on their Singapore-based CAE simulator. In this quick video you will experience what it is like to take off and land at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, and also discover what happens if an engine dies as well as what that means to the aircraft. Captain Herve's co-pilot for this flight is Passapong Jirawattanasak - Deputy Manager Regional & International, Corporate Communications Department of Bangkok Airways. The Thai airlines signed an order for 6 ATR 72-600s at the Singapore Airshow, they will replace the older ATR 72-500s that Bangkok Airways is using. The flight simulator you can see in this video is the CAE 7000 Series. Much more from the Singapore Airshow 2014 in our YouTube Channel and the website: http://www.asiatraveltips.com
https://wn.com/Atr_72_600_Flight_Simulator_Singapore_Airshow_2014_Hd
UFO near Singapore on May 2009
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UFO near Singapore on May 2009

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http://www.examiner.com/x-4872-Pittsburgh-Paranormal-Examiner From the TV 5 newscast on May 18th. I cannot find a follow up report...
https://wn.com/Ufo_Near_Singapore_On_May_2009
IPS-CFE Conference On The Future Economy Of Singapore: Dialogue Session with CFE Members
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IPS-CFE Conference On The Future Economy Of Singapore: Dialogue Session with CFE Members

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Visit the IPS website for more details on the conference proceedings. http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/ips/event/new-frontiers-the-ips-cfe-conference-on-the-future-economy-of-singapore Chairperson: Mr Lee Tzu Yang,Member Academic Panel, Institute of Policy Studies Panellists: Mr S Iswaran, Co-Chairman, Committee on the Future Economy and Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) Ms Goh Swee Chen, Chairman, Shell Companies in Singapore Mr Caesar Sengupta, Vice President Product Management, Google Mr Mark Lee, Chief Executive Officer, Sing Lun Holdings Limited
https://wn.com/Ips_Cfe_Conference_On_The_Future_Economy_Of_Singapore_Dialogue_Session_With_Cfe_Members
F3 - Examiners Reports - Orla McGreal
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F3 - Examiners Reports - Orla McGreal

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Orla will be chatting about the Examiners Report for F3. Orla Mc Greal is an Assistant Lecturer (F1 - Accountant in Business, F5 - Performance Management) of LearnSignal More information about her Qualifications & Work Experience: https://learnsignal.com/en/profile/4607
https://wn.com/F3_Examiners_Reports_Orla_Mcgreal
VLOG: I was an OSCE examiner for the day I The Junior Doctor
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VLOG: I was an OSCE examiner for the day I The Junior Doctor

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Today I was an OSCE examiner for first year medical students Felt weird being on the other end of the OSCE (I was a fair examiner :)
https://wn.com/Vlog_I_Was_An_Osce_Examiner_For_The_Day_I_The_Junior_Doctor
How to Achieve Oral Exam Success for Singapore Primary School
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How to Achieve Oral Exam Success for Singapore Primary School

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https://LeoMagan.com/ Our speech language therapist presents several tips to help primary school students to be more successful in their oral English examinations, especially for the upper primary students. The biggest change in the oral examination format is the picture discussion section which had been replaced by graphic stimulus. Graphic stimulus is something visual which could be in the form of a poster, a flyer about an exhibition or an advertisement. It is something with pictures, visual information and words for the child to read. Subsequently, the examiner will ask questions and have a conversation with the child such as 'what do you think...?' For example, if the poster is about pets, the examiner may ask the child about his or her pet. The number one thing for the child to remember is to listen to the examiner. For example, if a child wanted a transformer toy, it does not matter if there is another toy like a Barbie doll that is very nice, fancy and expensive because the child does not want it. This is similar for the child to listen to the examiner as it does not matter big the child's vocabulary is, how long his or her sentences are, or how articulate the child can be. If the child gives an answer that does not correspond to the question, the examiner does not want to know. This is very important, thus it is number one that the child should remember to listen to the question and respond. Number two is a useful tip for the child to try and use words from the question. For example, the examiner is asking 'what are the advantages and the disadvantages...?', the child may want to use the same words so that it helps them to remember to answer according to the question. The third tip is for the child to remember to use complete sentences. Sometimes, some children may be the type that only give one word answers such as 'Yes' or 'No'. They will need to learn to use more of longer and interesting sentences to convey their ideas. There are also some children who are completely opposite. They are the type that when they hear something, they go on and they start to have 'rambling' sentences such that one sentence leads to another sentence with no full stop. It is easy for them to get carried away and talk about something else which is not related to the question. The three main tips are 1) listen to the question, 2) try to use words from the question, 3) use complete grammatical sentences. Now that parents are more aware of what is the format of the exam, it is good for them to start by modeling and showing the child how to talk about similar graphic stimulus such as flyers or notices on notice board downstairs. It is good to show the child how you can make comments about it. Essentially, the exam format is about how the child is able to read something, show that they understand the information and are able to express their opinion about it, these are what parents can model. Parents can show the child a range of ideas, not just one for certain things. For example, 'I think this is a good idea, but some other people may not think that it is a good idea', to give the child some idea of the range of words and opinions they may like to express. Parents can also think of words we frequently use in questions, such as 'benefits', 'advantages' or 'disadvantages'. If the child does not even understand the meaning of these words, it is going to be hard for them to respond to the question. Using a range of words is also encouraged, for example 'how often do you have or family activity' or 'how often...', you will need certain words to answer to such question. The child can use words like 'very often', 'everyday', 'not very often', 'once in awhile', 'sometimes' and 'occasionally'. There are certain kind of words that go with certain kind of questions. The more you take the opportunity to discuss this kind of situations as they come up, the more often the child gets to hear them. It is better to do it in a casual or positive way rather than making it like a drill or interrogations, bombarding the child with questions. These are the things that parents can do. Visit our blog: http://LeoMagan.com/Blog/ to find out what we do and how you can engage our therapist in helping your child to learn. Have fun and bond with your child in this learning process. Do you like this video? Tell us about your experience and share what else you would like to know.
https://wn.com/How_To_Achieve_Oral_Exam_Success_For_Singapore_Primary_School
ACCA Exam Tips by Examiner herself. Relevant to all ACCA exams.
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ACCA Exam Tips by Examiner herself. Relevant to all ACCA exams.

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This Interview was recorded back in 2010. All exam tips are still relevant for students. Share with your friends and mates before they are appearing for exam. Disclaimer: This Video is Property of ACCA and it will be removed from Youtube if asked.
https://wn.com/Acca_Exam_Tips_By_Examiner_Herself._Relevant_To_All_Acca_Exams.
In Those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher
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In Those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher

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This mini documentary follows Teo Ching Ching (RAD Examiner) and provides a glimpse of a day in the life of a ballet teacher. Being in the arts and media industry, i've always been curious to learn more about the various art forms and that is how i came across Palais Dance Studio. Established in 1989, this ballet school in Singapore has nurtured a number of young dance artistes & educators. I met with Miss Teo, Vice-Principal of the school, and whilst talking to her, i learnt a lot about her passion for dance and love for spreading her knowledge. 'In those Shoes - Moments with a Ballet Teacher' features a class of RAD Grade 2 students, some of whom Miss Teo has taught since they were 4 years old. Conceptualised & Produced by Nur Hasinah, student at Singapore Polytechnic's Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media.
https://wn.com/In_Those_Shoes_Moments_With_A_Ballet_Teacher
A Day in The Life Of: Immigration & Customs Officer
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A Day in The Life Of: Immigration & Customs Officer

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https://wn.com/A_Day_In_The_Life_Of_Immigration_Customs_Officer
IELTS Speaking Interview - Practice for a Score 7
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IELTS Speaking Interview - Practice for a Score 7

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IELTS speaking interview example high score by www.aehelp.com. This video is an IELTS speaking section interview with a native Mandarin speaker example 2. This playlist teaches important strategies for IELTS speaking interview. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WorldESLTutors. This video is a part in a series that instructs the steps necessary to achieve a high score, between 7 to 9, on the IELTS question. The series includes four example speaking interviews with a native Arabic and Chinese speakers. This series will teach you the skills that will help you to be successful, confident and to reach success on these questions during the speaking interview. Follow the instructions carefully and make sure to practice. Use the subtitles as necessary to help you comprehend the information. It is important to practice a lot to give full sentence answers which reflect the grammar structure of the questions. Strategies will help with fluent language, natural language and complex language. Enjoy. Follow us now on twitter @aehelp
https://wn.com/Ielts_Speaking_Interview_Practice_For_A_Score_7
Fast & Furious Nerd Shocks Instructors
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Fast & Furious Nerd Shocks Instructors

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A driving school approached us and thought it would be funny to prank their new instructors on the first day at the job. We agreed.. Like our facebook page for behind the scenes: https://www.facebook.com/maxmantv.off... Media / usage enquiries: izmir@izimediagroup.com
https://wn.com/Fast_Furious_Nerd_Shocks_Instructors
[HD] Slash in Singapore: The Interview
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[HD] Slash in Singapore: The Interview

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Klik.TV is so glad that Slash isn't living in Singapore. He says that it's too hot here and if he had to live in Singapore, he would have to cut his hair. No! Not the hair!
https://wn.com/Hd_Slash_In_Singapore_The_Interview
Singapore GCE O'Level Retakers' Experiences
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Singapore GCE O'Level Retakers' Experiences

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Charles and Marlina are among the many more students who retook their GCE O'Levels in Singapore. We would like to share their experiences to those who happen to be retaking their O'Levels. Hope this video can serve as a motivation for you to press on. Project Sometimes Stuff Happens is conducted by NUS students from the College of Alice and Peter Tan. For more info, please visit us! Website: https://projectsometimesstuffhappens.wordpress.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sometimesstuffhappens
https://wn.com/Singapore_Gce_O'Level_Retakers'_Experiences
Rockschool Seminar: Rockschool Diploma Workshop with Steve Agnew, LRSL Rockschool Examiner, UK
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Rockschool Seminar: Rockschool Diploma Workshop with Steve Agnew, LRSL Rockschool Examiner, UK

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A day with Steve Agnew, LRSL Rockschool Examiner, UK, as he shares with us the Graded Rockschool Exams and Teaching Diploma! Many Thanks to Lifelong Learning Institute, for Providing the wonderful and Spacious Venue!
https://wn.com/Rockschool_Seminar_Rockschool_Diploma_Workshop_With_Steve_Agnew,_Lrsl_Rockschool_Examiner,_UK
7 tips for the driving exam
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7 tips for the driving exam

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For any info: My website: www.conduitefacile.com Gmail: conduitefacilevideos@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conduitefacilevideos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConduiteFacile Video showing some important points to which you must pay attention when doing the driving test. Note that in order to keep the video short and sweet, I will not repeat some of the details that I explain in my other videos (eg: you should look left-right-left at each stop, check the mirrors and blind spot before each lane change and before each turn, etc.). Note that any one of the mistakes mentioned in this video will result in automatic failure. In this video: 1- Parking 2- Obstacles 3- The Green Arrow 4- Stops 5- Blind Spots 6- Pedestrian Crossings 7- Bus Priority Good luck for your exam. Note: While I try to make my videos as universal as possible, rules and laws may vary according to the place where you’re driving and might be different from the ones in this video. Always drive according to the laws and rules that apply to the place where you are driving. Requirements at the driving exam may also be different than the ones shown here. Always respect the requirements that apply to the place where you are passing your driving exam. This video is not meant to replace your official driving courses.
https://wn.com/7_Tips_For_The_Driving_Exam
Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime
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Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime

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Anti-Money-Laundering, Counterterrorism Financing and Financial Crime: The Critical Role of Financial Institutions and How It Affects You Talk by Hue Dang ’92, Head of Asia for the Association of Certified Anti-Money-Laundering Specialists. Media coverage in the last several years of financial penalties against global banks such as BNP Paribas ($8.9 billion) or HSBC ($1.92 billion) for money-laundering and sanctions violations—to name just a few examples—highlights the increasing risks to banks as they conduct their normal business. We now live in an era of international money-laundering controls. The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, revolutionized the anti-money-laundering (AML) field and brought into stark relief the threat of the movement and disguising of funds destined for the support of terrorism throughout the world, introducing a whole new effort to combat the financing of terrorism (CFT). As a result of the governmental reaction in virtually all countries, banks, non-bank financial institutions and nonfinancial businesses face tougher national and international legal requirements and harsher penalties than ever before. By the same token, the regulators of those businesses, law-enforcement agents and prosecutors also face greater challenges and responsibilities in their work. The discussion of what this means to you will include the economic and social consequences of money laundering; the latest regulatory developments in the U.S., Asia and Europe; challenges in effective AML/CFT implementation; and key lessons learned from recent cases. Presented by the Class of 1992.
https://wn.com/Anti_Money_Laundering,_Counterterrorism_Financing_And_Financial_Crime
P5 Dec 2017  -  Examiner report & Q1
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P5 Dec 2017 - Examiner report & Q1

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Mike Li ACCA P5 JUN 2018 exam www.HKCAexam.com
https://wn.com/P5_Dec_2017_Examiner_Report_Q1
IPS-CFE Conference On The Future Economy Of Singapore: PANEL I- Industries of the Future
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IPS-CFE Conference On The Future Economy Of Singapore: PANEL I- Industries of the Future

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The panel will discuss the industries that define the future will not be the ones that dominate today. In this panel, academics from the universities will share their insights into what these industries might be; how they will operate; and how Singapore can benefit from the opportunities they offer. Visit the IPS website for more details on the conference proceedings. http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/ips/event/new-frontiers-the-ips-cfe-conference-on-the-future-economy-of-singapore Chairperson: Associate Professor Tan Kim Song, Program Director, MSc Applied Economics School of Economics, Singapore Management University Speakers: Professor Arnoud De Meyer, President, Singapore Management University Associate Professor John Pang, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering College of Engineering, Nanyang Technological University Professor Richard Liew, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore Professor Russell Gruen, Director, Nanyang Institute of Technology in Health and Medicine, Nanyang Technological University Dr Yu Han, Lee Kuan Yew Postdoctoral Fellow, Joint NTU-UBC Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly, Nanyang Technological University Professor Lam Kwok Yan, School of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Nanyang Technological University
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Hilda Daniel, Multimedia Artist (NYC / Singapore / LA) - World Listening Day 2016
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Hilda Daniel, Multimedia Artist (NYC / Singapore / LA) - World Listening Day 2016

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Hilda Daniel is a multi-media artist based in New York City (from Singapore and Los Angeles, via India and Iraq). Her work has been exhibited in galleries and festivals in New York, London, Berlin, Oslo, Dublin and other cities in Europe, US, Canada, Mexico and North Africa, including in the Museum of Modern Art’s curated SoundCloud site for its exhibition on John Cage’s 4’33”; in curated Kinokophone sound events at The British Library, Lincoln Center Library for Performing Arts, among others; Dada Sound Festival, Finland; Sound Collective’s Trauma, Identity & Sonic Art; Dragonfly Festival, Sweden; Exquistite Corpse (cd & exh.) at Soundfjord, London; International Streaming Festival, The Hague; Anthology Film Archives, NYC; the Oslo Screen Festival and as a finalist in the SXSWclick festival; in broadcasts on Zero Hour Radioactive New Zealand and cable television in Buffalo, Brooklyn and Manhattan; and reviewed in The New York Times, Performance Art Journal, New Art Examiner and other publications. "Hi Bye Chorus in D" (1:26 min) This piece is made from phone machine tapes I found I’d saved from the 80’s –they contained mostly a journal of messages from a very good friend I’d since lost (one I’d let disappear). Here the loss, and love is echoed in a sonic, sentimental excavation of things that have disappeared -- phone machines, phone tones, phone messages, long messages, recorded messages, recordings of the past, past friends, friends passed, the past fading and the past again - things that, having disappeared, have found a new resonance. A chorus of and for the beloved and amazing Dee. "RED ROCKED (Blue Moon)" (3:13 min) Red-Rocked features the sounds of film-ravaged footage of a highway drive alongside Red Rock Desert (the Nevada/California desert), and a 1956 recording of Elvis's haunting version of Rogers and Hart's song, Blue Moon. The film footage was originally shot with my Pixel2000 toy camera, which records both sound and image on audio cassette tapes. I re-recorded this footage off monitors several times using various old cameras -- what would have been discarded bits, what would have vanished becomes the driving beat in its own nostalgia. The video and audio tracks, re-recorded several times in varying speeds and motion, are haunted by the manipulations of the first recordings and bear the intermittent tracking dragging beat of the now phantom original, fluffs of windblown sound - a repetition of disappearance, serialized in form, in layered time like ghostly hauntings, tumbling in on itself - aesthetically, narratively and conceptually - a spectre playing out a slow blur of motion in perpetual struggle and lonely, unsatisfied yearning. The iconic song and this seminal version of it by Elvis Presley are very much a part and picture and spectre of the larger American landscape: a once seemingly endless frontier embodied in places like Red Rock Desert, and in this piece - as a memory of its utopian sweep and reverb of its disappointment.
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IELTS Speaking test sample - Part 1 (Kenn, Band 8.5)
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IELTS Speaking test sample - Part 1 (Kenn, Band 8.5)

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What speaking ability does a score of IELTS Band 8.5 represent? Watch this Speaking test sample, where Kenn from Singapore talks about 'Famous people'. Here's why this performance was given a Band 8.5: This test taker speaks fluently for most of the time and develops topics coherently and appropriately, with only slight content-related hesitations as he engages with the topics. His vocabulary is precise and sophisticated throughout this part of the test (prominent businessmen; emulate; a growing number of television celebrities; to promote charitable causes; endorsing a cause; negative repercussions; conscious of body image; susceptible to; prevalent). He uses a wide range of grammatical structures naturally and accurately, with no noticeable error. He also uses a full range of pronunciation features to convey precise and subtle meaning such as emphatic stress (one example that comes to mind is celebrities) and contrastive stress (it’s not necessarily for causes ... it’s also for celebrity behaviours). He sustains this flexible use of features of connected speech throughout and is effortless to understand.
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IELTS Speaking test sample - Part 2 (Tina, Band 5)
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IELTS Speaking test sample - Part 2 (Tina, Band 5)

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What speaking ability does a score of IELTS Band 5 represent? Watch this Speaking test sample, where Tina from Vietnam talks about 'An interest or hobby you enjoy'. Here's why this performance was given a Band 5: This candidate is able to maintain the flow of speech for most of the time but there are hesitations as well as some repetition and self-correction. This, together the fact that she describes several interests rather than one interest, makes her hard to follow at times and leads to some loss of coherence (before when I live in Vietnam I often go to … church and or some association … er … I can … er … I often ask my friend to … er … to contribute … er … er … and give a hand to help the poor people … or the old people because I think the old people are so … er … my … is look like my grandparents so I want to take good care for them). She can use markers accurately but within a narrow range (first; so; because; as well; in the future). She rather limited range of vocabulary is just adequate for this part of the test. She manages to talk at some length about these familiar topics and produces some good items (widen my knowledge; to overcome or try to get over the problem; contribute; take good care). She makes some errors in usage (do volunteers). She uses a narrow range of sentence patterns, but there are a few instances of ‘if’ and ‘when’ clauses. She produces basic structures with reasonable accuracy but verb tense errors and omissions are frequent (I can shopping; before when I live in Vietnam I often go ... ; in picnic; I enjoy with it). She has quite a strong accent with a number of poorly formed sounds and systematic omission of word endings (lee a han for ‘lend a hand’). Rhythm is often syllable-timed and utterances are sometimes delivered too rapidly, which causes some difficulty for the listener.
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Paul Harris Presents Examiner (Gimmicks & DVD) by John Graham - www.MagicCastle.com.sg
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Paul Harris Presents Examiner (Gimmicks & DVD) by John Graham - www.MagicCastle.com.sg

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Get it here at http://www.MagicCastle.com.sg. 150 Orchard Road, #04-35, Orchard Plaza, Singapore 238841
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Olle Nordberg, golf club examiner
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Olle Nordberg, golf club examiner

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Olle Nordberg, from Northmountain International, looks at golf clubs all day. There's a reason, Olle does market research to check what clubs players are using and passes that information back to equipment manufacturers.
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