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Apr 2007Present

Diploma in Psychology and Community Services

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

The Diploma in Psychology and Community Services provided me with a strong foundation of psychology with a strong emphasis on psychological theories and developments.

During my two and a half years in school, I picked up knowledge and skills through relevant modules such as Introduction to Psychology, Lifespan Psychology, Behaviour in Organizations, Statistics and Research Methods, Fundamentals of Counseling, and Differences in Personalities and Individuals, to name a few.

I have also excelled in two elective modules, acheiving As with distinctions for Creative and Applied Thinking Skills as well as Basic conversational Japanese.

My current GPA stands at a modest 3.5.


Jan 2003Dec 2006

Cambridge General Certificate of Education

Christ Church Secondary School

I graduated from Christ Church Secondary School, Singapore, as the top student in 2006 with the following "O" Level qualifications.


Grade                   Subject

A1-                  Combined Humanities

A1-                  Mathematics

A1-                  Additional Mathematics

A2-                  Chemistry

A2-                  Biology

B3-                  Physics

B3-                  English

Merit-              Chinese B


Awards and Achievements


  • Top Student of GCE "O" Level Cohort
  • 1st in Chemistry
  • 1st in Biology
  • Gold Award for achieving value-added results
  • National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) Singapore: Bronze Level


  • Achieving the climb up Mount Kinabalu: Low's Peak (4095.2m) in Sabah, Malaysia.
  • Silver Award for achieving value-added results
  • Credit for Mathematics assessment of the International Competitions for schools, University of New South Wales.
  • Merit Display Award for Elementz Students' Science Research Conference & Exhibition


  • 1st in Science
  • Gold Award for achieving value-added results
  • Distinctions for Mathematics and Science assessments of the International Competitions for schools, University of New South Wales.


  • 1st in Science
  • 1st in Design and Technology
  • Gold Award for achieving value-added results


Co-Curricular Activity


  • Snooker



Computer Skills -
  Proficient in Microsoft Office (includes MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Excel). Proficient in SPSS for use with research, statistics and data analysis. Experience with image editing with Adobe Photoshop. _____________________________________________________________________________________
Leadership -
  Leadership under the Church (Church of Our Savior, COOS) I have gained valuable experience in taking up leadership during various youth camps. Roles of a leader include facilitating discussion of bible verses, sermons and group-bonding activities in groups of no more than 10 people. I have also co-led a younger cell-group with a more senior acquaintance and I do play the guitar regularly during my own cell-group meetings.   2009 Worship Ministry Retreat (On-going): Camp Committee, in-charge of organizing and planning of games. Age of members range from 15-adults. 2008 Transformers Camp: Group leader, facilitator and guitarist for worship sessions. Age of members range from 14-17. Everglow Camp: Group leader and facilitator. Age of members range from 17-20. 2007 Fuel-Up Camp: Group leader and facilitator. Age of members range from 17-20. Adventure Camp: Group leader and facilitator. Age of members range from 12-14. Cell group: Assistant leader. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Worship Ministry I am currently serving the church as an electric guitarist understudy under a more senior mentor. My roles require me to sit-in for jamming and practice sessions and learn about playing the electric guitar dynamically in a band setting. I am also encouraged to contribute my ideas to the band and I am required to play together with other understudies in separate jamming and practice sessions.   _____________________________________________________________________________________  

Personal Profile

These are some of my characteristics, many of which I believe can be further developed to make me a better working individual. I am open to picking up crucial skills from my peers and colleagues to overall enhance myself as a person.

  • Highly motivated and independent individual
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Strong team-player with developing leadership skills
  • Highly efficient in getting work done
  • Enthusiastic and highly eager to learn
  • Excellent in written and spoken English


My current objective is to secure an internship position with The Singapore Police Force: Police Psychological Services Division (PPSD) and contribute my knowledge and skills gained through my education in the Diploma of Psychology and Community Services, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Humanities.

Personal Interests

My hobbies lie in playing football, court soccer and badminton. I play street soccer regularly on Saturday mornings, and I also play field football on a weekend Sunday team. I believe exercise is important to a healthy lifestyle and it contributes to overall mental and physical well-being.

I am also proficient in playing the guitar. I teach my peers how to play the guitar when they come to me, and I sometimes arrange one-on-one sessions to facilitate their learning.  


Missions and Community work

I have embarked on two overseas mission trips with the church. They have been invaluable learning experiences for me and provided me with difference perspectives about life and culture.


  • Bangkok, Thailand. This trip, headed by my youth pastor, included a stay at a missionary couple's house and our roles included organizing a children's camp for Christian students who have been outreached by the couple. While we were there, we got to work with a team of New Zealanders who were also at the missionaries' house for a mission trip. The group of us also taught English for a day at a high-school in classes of various ages.


  • Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The trip, headed by the same youth pastor, consisted of a stay at the local missionary's house and a village orphanage, where we carried out spring cleaning work. We also brought food items and rations for the nearby villagers, and entertained the children with balloon animals. We also made an educational trip to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum where we learned about the Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot's wartime atrocities.