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NTU Module Review: PH1012 Physics A

1. VECTORS2. KINEMATICS3. FORCES AND TORQUES4. NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION5. IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM6. WORK AND ENERGY7. THERMAL PHYSICS8. ELECTRIC FIELD9. MAGNETIC FIELD10. MOTION OF CHARGED PARTICLES AND APPLICATIONS11. CIRCUITS

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NTU Module Review: MA2004 Manufacturing Process

Introduction and overview of manufacturing. Dimensions and surfaces measurement. Casting. Shaping processes for polymers. Sheet metalworking. Materials removal processes. Joining processes. Microelectronics manufacturing.

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NTU Module Review: MA2002 Theory of Mechanism

The purpose of a mechanism is to transmit motion and force. This course introduces the students some basic mechanisms including linkages, cams and gears. Mechanisms are the building blocks of a machine. In a machine design problem, very often the first task is to determine the type and configurations of mechanisms to provide the desired motions. Once the kinematic issues are addressed, the dynamic analysis can then be performed. In this course, techniques for the kinematic and dynamic analyses of mechanisms will be covered. A course in the theory of mechanisms is essential for any mechanical engineers as the knowledge is fundamental in understanding the working of machines. Apart from analytical ability, it also provides students the opportunities to develop their design capability.

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NTU Module Review: MA1008 Introduction to Computational Thinking

Computational thinking (CT) is a problem solving process with the aid of computer; i.e. formulating a problem and expressing its solution in such a way that a computer can effectively carry it out. It includes a number of characteristics, such as breaking a problem into small and repetitive ordered steps, logically ordering and analyzing data and creating solutions that can be effectively implemented as algorithms running on computer. As such, CT is essential not only to the Computer Science discipline, but also can be used to support problem solving across all disciplines, including math, science, engineering, business, finance and humanities. The aim of this course is hence to take you students with no prior experience of thinking in a computational manner to a point where you can derive simple algorithms and code programs to solve some basic problems in your domain of studies. You will also learn current computer languages, such as Python, for the coding. In addition, the course will include topics on the internal operations of a processor, and raise awareness on the socio-ethical issues arising from the pervasiveness of computing technology.

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NTU Module Review: MA1002 Fundamentals of Engineering Materials

Engineering materials and their mechanical properties. Bonding, Crystal Structure, Defects, and Diffusion. Strengthening and toughening mechanisms. Creep, fatigue and fracture. Ceramic Materials, Structure and Properties. Structure of Polymers. Corrosion and Degradation.

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NTU Module Review: EG0001 ​Engineers and Society

This course aims to provide a general understanding of the society we live in and the engineers’ roles and responsibilities towards society’s well-being. The course is part of broadening education objective in the engineering curriculum. The course covers a wide range of topics including history, political, social and economic development, foreign policy and defence of Singapore and the issues confronting it, the history of engineering, engineering ethics and practices, international politics and globalization and contributions by engineers towards society. The students will have a holistic understanding of Singapore’s past and present situation and on the impact of industry to the society.

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NUS Psychology Review, Full Courseware Package & Module Bundle

The NUS psychology programme was first introduced during the 1986-87 academic year and is the oldest psychology programme in Singapore.


NUS offers a full undergraduate programme, including an honours course, as well as Masters and Ph.D. programmes. Since its inception, the psychology programme has attracted a strong response from students in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Psychology contributes to society by providing behavioural scientists who are equipped with the skills to use empirical research methods to seek an account of human behaviour and experience. It has been only a little over a hundred years that psychology has been a discipline in its own right.

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NUS Module Review: PL4880G Positive Psychology

What is it about?

You learn about what makes people happy, and what it means to be happy. Topics include Money and hedonics, subjective well-being vs psychological well-being, optimism, self-esteem, positive relationships, mindfulness and resilience, affective forecasting and choice.

How’s the workload?

One 3-h seminar style lecture a week. One weekly thought question (50 word limit, based on readings for that week, before she has taught it), 3 essays (500 words each), two class presentations, one closed book final exam.

It may seem like a lot of components, but it turned out quite manageable. The annoying thing was that the standard for presentations was set really high, so expect to put in a lot of time making your presentation very creative and entertaining. Oh yes, presentations are not supposed to be the standard use-Powerpoint and just talk for 15 minutes kind, needs to be creative and different.

How difficult is it?

The topics are really manageable and easy to understand, and it’s fairly intuitive at times. (e.g. being optimistic leads to a happier life). Essays may be difficult due to her very specific requirement of essay style that will probably be quite different from what you’re used to writing. My scores for my essay were 11, 14, 17 – you can see the learning process here.

Presentations as I said are quite competitive, so it pays to have someone creative in your group.

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NUS Module Review: PL4238 Social Neuroscience

Lecturer Review: Same as all other level 4000 modules in psychology, this was a 3h a week seminar. For this module, the professor divided the 3h as such: 1h of lessons (him going through the content), short break in between, and the remaining time (usually about 1.5h) for two group presentations. There was no textbook, so the content comes from the professor’s notes and the readings he assigns for group presentations. The content covered in this module is: brain anatomy and functions, theory of mind, moral judgment, altruism, fairness, trust, social rejection, prejudice, social conformity, and culture.

Module Review:

Assessment: Two separate group presentations (35% in total), Class participation (15%), Midterm paper consisting of MCQ and short answer questions (20%) and Final exam with same format (30%). For the group presentation each group is assigned a journal article one week before the presentation date and the group has to read and present on the contents of the article, and add in some extra stuff such as future direction, thought questions and further readings. And each group presents twice in the whole semester. I’m not sure what goes into class participation because attendance isn’t taken and the prof doesn’t seem to record down who contributes in class and what not.

General Thoughts: I know neuroscience sounds like a super scary concept to normal people, to be honest I was shitting my pants just thinking about taking a neuroscience module as well! But this module is relatively light in it’s neuroscience content. In fact, it might also be one of the most slack and relaxing 4000 module (according to my year 4 seniors who have taken other 4000 modules). Think it is largely dependent on the prof’s approach to teaching the subject. For this module, the prof focuses more on the social theories, and the neuroscience comes in at the end to support these theories. So thankfully it isn’t the case where I have to blindly memories what brain parts are activated in what scenarios.

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NUS Module Review: PL4229 Psychological Therapies

This module aims to introduce students to the main orientations of psychological therapy including psychodynamic psychotherapy, behavioural and cognitive therapies, and systemic therapies, amongst others. Theoretical underpinnings, specific therapeutic techniques, applications to particular psychiatric disorders or psychological problems, methods of evaluation, levels of empirical support, mechanisms of change, and ethical and professional issues will be covered. Seminars will include didactic teaching, class discussions, clinical case studies, selected articles, and where possible, video footage.

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