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Have been busy with SCC Interview for the past week.

Interviewed many people, heard many answers and met many new faces. The experience was quite awesome I must say! For myself, I always try to make the interview mood a little less serious. I mean I will still be strict and make sure their answers meet my standard, but why tense them up even more when they are already so tensed right?! They won't give good answers due to being nervous, which makes me having to lower my standard, lose-lose situation, so yeah, I decided to make it a little relaxing for them!

Okays, I did interview some friends, some aren't. & well, it's always the issue of Being Friends vs Being Professional, judging based on how one fares during the interview.

Trust me, it wasn't easy making a definite choice of who to put through.
Especially, those pending/rejected applicants.

FYI, it's not solely the interviewer who decides the final result of an interviewee. For those approved ones, yes, but those P/R ones, the entire main comm had to seat down for an entire night just to decide their fates. Fighting for those who we think should get in and deciding everything together!

Remember last year how it was so nerve wrecking waiting for results. To the extent that I had to tell myself if I don't get in, I know why. Because before the interview, my classmates and I didn't want to sign the NDP Banner as we were rushing off for lunch. During the interview, I said I was committed and enthusiastic, then Shihui asked me 'But, just now you didn't sign the banner' and I had to say 'That one different!...' I must say perhaps my other answers made up for that and that she was really nice and all, telling me 'Next time cannot okay'. Woah, imagine she didn't put me through, I wouldn't even get a chance to be a maincomm now. I learnt that it's always about giving people chances...

Anyways, the list of successful applicants are ready, hot from the oven, down onto the official BSC blog.

So, here you go!
* Remember, there's a compulsary briefing this coming Monday, 19th July 2010, 5.30pm @ LT21. Bring S$11 for registration, for SubComm camp.

Congrats to all who got through! Welcome to the lovely & awesome BSC family. Hope you all will stay committed and show us why it was a right choice to put you through. May you have a pleasant experience/journey in BSC with the 15 of us! Looking forward to meeting each and everyone of you at SubComm camp and many more BSC events to come.

For those who didn't get thru, it's not that we don't want to put you through or that you aren't good. It's just that we have limited spaces and there's just so much we can offer. Nevertheless, we do hope you will continue to support our events, well, you don't have to be a subcomm to experience events such as Week 0 etc (:


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