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Grades of ‘B’ (ACT, NTCE, SACE, VCE, WACE), ‘4’ (HSC), ‘CA’ (TCE), ‘HA’ (QCE) or higher will normally be required.
English language studied within one of the above qualifications is normally sufficient to meet the university’s minimum entry requirements.
Please see the Approved Qualifications table on the English Language page for further details.
I suggest that you go through every chapter in your free time after your STPM / A-levels while waiting to get into university, it will definitely help! I wanted to take an extra STPM subject, but it was between Geography and Further Mathematics T (FMT).
Since FMT is more relevant to my studies, I decided to give it a try.
It wasn't easy though, even school teachers thought I was crazy. Re was one place which helped me too, as I had seniors there to ask questions for help.
Then there was also Ng Xin Zhao, whom I stumbled upon his blog, and found his blog helpful. Secondly, some chapters (especially the discrete maths and the statistics) I really haven't used for a long time, and had forgotten how to solve them.