How to be an A student

STUDENTS had an opportunity to sharpen their learning skills and enhance their academic performance in a seminar organised by Domino's Pizza recently.  

Conducted by Dr Lawrence Walter Ng, the seminar, entitled “The Art Of Learning & Career Development Opportunities”, the seminar attracted 800 Form Three and Form Five students from 15 schools in the Klang Valley who were accompanied by over 40 teachers. 

Ng, a trainer for the last 17 years, showed the students that with the right skills, right strategies and right attitude, they would be able to create an action plan to achieve “A” star performance. 

Student Elza Irdalynna K Anwar from SMK Sri Aman said:”It was an exciting learning experience which motivated me and taught me how to overcome negative thoughts.” 

SMK Sains Selangor student, Mohd Fadzul Azni said the trainer had his full attention with his unique teaching methods. “The tips he gave on how to study smart will go a long way to helping me and my friends prepare for our examinations at the end of the year,” he said.  

The half-day education seminar, held for the second consecutive year, is part of the “Domino's Supports School” programme aimed at enhancing students' exposure to career opportunities, improving their academic performance and providing support in co-curricular activities. 

Students also had the opportunity to find out more about higher education at booths set up by Sunway College, Taylor’s College and International Medical University while Petrosains The Discovery Centre participated in the exhibition as well.  

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