As some may have known, I am currently the president of Kendo Club in my university. There is actually a lot more work and less glamour than it sounds.
Our student council MPP requests an updated details of our club members quarterly, and it is a pain to get my members to fill in the forms. As university students, we are more often than not busy with coursework and revisions, and thus co-curriculum activities are viewed as stress relievers that get second-rated attention — and that’s the way it should be. However, unfortunately that also means my members might not be able to fill in the forms before the deadline.
Hold a magnifying glass above a page. The alphabets are magnified.
Objects beyond 2F
Now hold it in front of you and look at your friend. Your friend is upside down and appears smaller!
Stand in front of a tree and hold a piece of paper upright in your hand, so that the paper faces the tree. Hold your magnifying glass as if someone wants to read the blank paper (haha!). Then slowly move the magnifying glass away from the paper, towards the tree. What do you see on the paper as you move the magnifying glass?
In the Flash above, F represents focal length.
Real image is an image that can be projected on a screen. Virtual image can not be projected on a screen but can be observed when looking directly at the optics.
After a quick search on the Internet, I was very surprised at how little information I can find on AUS scholarships provided by Singaporean universities.
I am applying for academic year 2014/2015. Here I attempt to list down things I did, as a Bruneian student, in a timeline.
Note that this is no way an official guide, but it does help you see the things you need to do. You shouldn’t also follow the deadlines listed here. Notice that they are different for every country every year.