The cut-off point wouldn't really a big deal.
I've been in the ICPU for almost a month! Mr Wise had shared many things with us - in English 3U lesson. Learning media is a very interesting thing, yet very exciting even in a fidget mode. He was very serious.
"If you always do what you did, you will always get what you got... If you don't change, you'll be the same forever," Mr Stephen Wise said.
"University of Toronto is the top 25th University in the world. You have to raise up your standard to the top 25 in the world," from the other speech of his.
"If you come that university, you will be in the bottom, if you don't progress."
Picture of Niagara Fall
"Don't waste your time playing games, chatting!, or all the trush things," and again he said.
He said to be in top university in Canada, is to be in that top standard. You are competing with the world.
Then, the cut-off point of 80 wouldn't really be a big deal then.
In media, we learnt about the truth democracy, the concern and everything. He also recommended reading at least a book in a month, and at least a media/journalist article a day, good media channel, like http://www.iht.com, www.nytimes.com
Meanwhile, next week, we'll have Chemistry test. That's too early test.
And, also, the presentation of Quadratic Function in the morning. I was bubbling around on the application, but it is really attractive presentation, though breaking the time rules, and talking nonsense.
Learning Java is great, this is some of the codes:
System.out.println("You will have a very wonderful life in ICPU, and we have prepared you well, said Mr frank Meeger");
Snippets in the comment box.