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Asian parents = doctor or lawyer only.
yea originally i wanted to be a lawyer (parents were relieved lmao) but now im leaning towards eco and finance etc. optometry could also be an option. my goal atm is a double degree of law/eco
 

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this thread reminds me of something from a fb page:

Just had yumcha with my “friend” Lingling and my daughter. So stressful. I can’t brag about my daughter too much because I am very humble and I don’t want to inflate her ego. But I also can’t let Lingling think she’s better than me. Luckily I am an expert at roasting my daughter while bragging about her at her at the same time. “Ohhh my daughter. Her ATAR is above 99.5 but what’s the use she has no direction in life, no boyfriend as well so useless aiiiyaaah. Oh what does your son study again? Commerce? That’s so good! Make money fast! Not like my daughter, have to study so long before she graduates from her medicine degree aiyaah”. Lmao that’ll show that bitch for not inviting me to her new year party cause her son got beat in the HSC.
 

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Story time:

My younger sister told my parents she wanted to be an artist OR an art teacher (those traditional pen, paper, paint kind of ones) She’s very stubborn so you can imagine how my parents (Asian) reacted. They were like “you won’t be anything in life” and “you will definitely regret it”. I (politely) told them off because she’s actually pretty good and enjoys it. + I’m the eldest and obviously experienced this already. Though I’m also not saying she won’t change her mind.

ANYWAY. then I get yelled at for apparently not wanting her to better than me (career wise). They’re pushing her to med since I already said no 😭😭😭idk how their minds work honestly..
 

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Story time:

My younger sister told my parents she wanted to be an artist OR an art teacher (those traditional pen, paper, paint kind of ones) She’s very stubborn so you can imagine how my parents (Asian) reacted. They were like “you won’t be anything in life” and “you will definitely regret it”. I (politely) told them off because she’s actually pretty good and enjoys it. + I’m the eldest and obviously experienced this already. Though I’m also not saying she won’t change her mind.

ANYWAY. then I get yelled at for apparently not wanting her to better than me (career wise). They’re pushing her to med since I already said no 😭😭😭idk how their minds work honestly..
dude i would never ever be able to do med because i cringe at the sight of like alot of blood or big and deep cuts and stuff like that
 

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fr, one of my asian friends said she gets beaten up if she just TALKS about not being a doctor nor lawyer 💀
remind me of the youtube " B+again" LOL
 
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from what i’ve seen on hscninja for ruse the common combos are:
MX1, MX2, Adv Eng, Physics, Chem
MX1, MX1, EX1, Adv Eng, Physics, Chem
MX1, MX2, Adv Eng, Physics, Chem, Eco
bruh they all contain mx1 mx2 chem and physics 💀💀
"MX1, MX2, Adv Eng, Physics, Chem, Eco"

That's 12U right? I though only 10U is required. Why do 12U? Are all the 12u done in yr12? That's very heavy workload
 

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"MX1, MX2, Adv Eng, Physics, Chem, Eco"

That's 12U right? I though only 10U is required. Why do 12U? Are all the 12u done in yr12? That's very heavy workload
in y12 only 10u required but some ppl choose to do 12u or more so they have a “backup” subject/s
 

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"MX1, MX2, Adv Eng, Physics, Chem, Eco"

That's 12U right? I though only 10U is required. Why do 12U? Are all the 12u done in yr12? That's very heavy workload
12u is generally fine - 14 units pushes it.
 

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in y12 only 10u required but some ppl choose to do 12u or more so they have a “backup” subject/s
wow that's a lot. how can ppl handle extra subject, for example: 4u math, 2u English, 2u chemistry, 2u physics, (already super heavy), than add another 2u subject eg: Economics/biology/music... unbelievable
 

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wow that's a lot. how can ppl handle extra subject, for example: 4u math, 2u English, 2u chemistry, 2u physics, (already super heavy), than add another 2u subject eg: Economics/biology/music... unbelievable
12 units is kinda common though (i think), it’s just a matter of managing your workload and time ig.
 

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wow that's a lot. how can ppl handle extra subject, for example: 4u math, 2u English, 2u chemistry, 2u physics, (already super heavy), than add another 2u subject eg: Economics/biology/music... unbelievable
what subjects r planning on doing?
 

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wow that's a lot. how can ppl handle extra subject, for example: 4u math, 2u English, 2u chemistry, 2u physics, (already super heavy), than add another 2u subject eg: Economics/biology/music... unbelievable
i mean you're forced to do 12u in y11, i think you're overestimating how hard it is
 

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dude i would never ever be able to do med because i cringe at the sight of like alot of blood or big and deep cuts and stuff like that
I mean not all branches have to include violent haemorrhaging and graphic bruises… + doesn’t dentistry also have cases where a blood vessel is accidentally cut causing blood to flow out?
 

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