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    Quote Originally Posted by youngyew View Post
    I beg to differ. They are different. I don't have the books with me now, and I have only studied form 6 before, but as far as I know the syllabus of matriks is pretty much watered down compared to STPM.

    It would be interesting if we actually have a side-by-side comparison of syllabus for both STPM and Matriks. I would like to invite people in these two courses to help compiling this. I reckon the comparison is very relevant to this thread.
    believe or not..
    at matrix we sometimes actually use STPM reference book..as STPM book giv us more understanding of each topic..even the lecturers also..sometimes they make quiz questions that is directly pulled out from STPM books..even our libraries have STPM books..

    yup i agree with compilling the syllabus...
    which subject should we start first

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    well...without a doubt...start with bio syllabus 1st...

    ch 1 Cells as a unit of life Ch 12 Cell division
    Ch 2 Cell structure and function Ch 13 Genetic Inheritance
    of organelles Ch 14 Population Genetics
    Ch 3 Molecules of life Ch 15 Expression of biological
    Ch 4 Biocatalysis information
    Ch 5 Cellular respiration Ch 16 Mutation
    Ch 6 Photosynthesis Ch 17 Gene technology
    Ch 7 Gaseous exchange and its Ch 18 Reproduction and development
    control Ch 19 Growth
    Ch 8 Transport system Ch 20 Biodiversity
    Ch 9 Homeostasis Ch 21 Variation
    Ch 10 Coordination Ch 22 Ecology
    Ch 11 Immunity Ch 23 Population ecology


    damn lots of chapters to be study...huh..
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    Quote Originally Posted by starlemon View Post
    well...without a doubt...start with bio syllabus 1st...

    ch 1 Cells as a unit of life Ch 12 Cell division
    Ch 2 Cell structure and function Ch 13 Genetic Inheritance
    of organelles Ch 14 Population Genetics
    Ch 3 Molecules of life Ch 15 Expression of biological
    Ch 4 Biocatalysis information
    Ch 5 Cellular respiration Ch 16 Mutation
    Ch 6 Photosynthesis Ch 17 Gene technology
    Ch 7 Gaseous exchange and its Ch 18 Reproduction and development
    control Ch 19 Growth
    Ch 8 Transport system Ch 20 Biodiversity
    Ch 9 Homeostasis Ch 21 Variation
    Ch 10 Coordination Ch 22 Ecology
    Ch 11 Immunity Ch 23 Population ecology


    damn lots of chapters to be study...huh..

    is this for STPM or matriks..??
    (just asking to be sure..though i think its matrix )

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    Quote Originally Posted by yana89 View Post
    is this for STPM or matriks..??
    (just asking to be sure..though i think its matrix )
    ops...forget to mention...it is Matriculation syllabus...semester 1 and 2..
    there is 23 chapters to be brush up in 1 year time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by starlemon View Post
    ops...forget to mention...it is Matriculation syllabus...semester 1 and 2..
    there is 23 chapters to be brush up in 1 year time...
    let me correct u there...in 10 months time..
    minus the semester holiday n all....

    here's the matriculation syllabus for physics

    1. physical quantities n measurement
    2. kinematics of linear motion
    3. force momentum and impulse
    4. work energy and power
    5. static
    6. circular motion
    7. rotation of a rigid body
    8. gravitation
    simple harmonic motion
    10. mechanical waves
    11. sound wave
    12. mechanical properties of a matter
    13 fluid mechanics
    14 temperature and heat transfer
    15. kinetic theory gasses
    16. thermodynamics
    17 geometrical optics
    18 physical optics
    19 electrostatics
    20. capacitors and dielectrics
    21. electric current and direct current circuits
    22. magnetic field
    23. electromegnetic induction

    (fuh it's longer than i thought)

    24. alternating current
    25. quatization of light
    26. wave properties of particles
    27 bohr's model of atom hydrogen
    28. x ray
    29 nucleus
    30 nuclear reaction
    31 radioactivity

    there u go...
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    chemistry syllabus for matri

    sem 1

    Chapter 1: Matter
    ::Chapter 2: State of Matter
    ::Chapter 3: Atomic Structure
    ::Chapter 4: Periodic Table
    ::Chapter 5: Chemical Bonding
    ::Chapter 6: Chemical Equilibrium
    ::Chapter 7: Ionic Equilibrium
    ::Chapter 8: Phase Equilibrium


    Sem 2
    9 THERMOCHEMISTRY
    10 ELECTROCHEMISTRY
    11 REACTION KINETICS
    12 INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    13 HYDROCARBONS
    14 AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
    15 HALOALKANES (ALKYL HALIDES)
    16 HYDROXY COMPOUNDS
    17 CARBONYL COMPOUNDS
    18 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND DERIVATIVES
    19 AMINES
    20 AMINO ACIDS AND PROTEINS
    21 POLYMERS

    21 chapters for chemistry!!
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    and heres's for math

    1. number system
    2. equations ineequlities and absolute values
    3. polynomials
    4. sequence and series
    5.matrices and system of liner equations
    6. functions and graphs
    7. limits and continuity
    8.differentiation
    9.intergration
    10.conic sections
    11. trigonometric
    12 hyperbolic
    13. application of differentiations
    14. vectors
    15 differential equation
    16 numerical methods
    17 data descriptive
    18. permutations and combinations
    19. probability
    20 random variables
    21 special property distributions...

    okay i think that sums up all for the matriculation syllabus...

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    Quote Originally Posted by derexeddie View Post
    erm.........yana89,

    can matrik student go abroad? for real??



    i think u got it all wrong, there is absolutely NO WAY a matrik student can continue their studies abroad simply because matrik cert doesn't have worldwide recognition......

    search through the net n see 4 urself
    Yes, it's true that some universities do recognise Malaysian matriculation, students can still go overseas with matric results, but the choice is extremely limited, MMMC is one of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by starlemon View Post
    i heard that students of STPM have more option to choose overseas uni ,that is all because STPM is worldwide recognised...
    but still when it comes to local uni, matri students will take an edge over STPM students..
    i agree that both matri and STPM students should have mutual respect towards each others , this is not the fault of us(students),it is all the edu system which implement that..

    anyway i believe that there will come a system which make STPM on par with Matrikulasi..
    It's true that STPM is recognised by many countries, but I doubt how many of the students doing STPM intend to go overseas, normally students who want to go overseas will proceed with their respective pre-U course after SPM. Most of the time "overseas" simply means Singapore... A large percentage of STPM students will end up in local univesities...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miracle_seed View Post
    Yes, it's true that some universities do recognise Malaysian matriculation, students can still go overseas with matric results, but the choice is extremely limited, MMMC is one of them.
    although it's extremely limited...
    there is also a chance for matriculation student to go abroad..

    therefore the motion of 'NO WAY matrix students couldn't fly' doesn't stand..
    maybe some of u disagree b'coz 'prestigious' U does not recognized malaysian matriculation..so?? u can always further ur studies in those U when ur doing ur masters...its not life ending u know...case closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by yana89 View Post
    and heres's for math

    1. number system
    2. equations ineequlities and absolute values
    3. polynomials
    4. sequence and series
    5.matrices and system of liner equations
    6. functions and graphs
    7. limits and continuity
    8.differentiation
    9.intergration
    10.conic sections
    11. trigonometric
    12 hyperbolic
    13. application of differentiations
    14. vectors
    15 differential equation
    16 numerical methods
    17 data descriptive
    18. permutations and combinations
    19. probability
    20 random variables
    21 special property distributions...

    okay i think that sums up all for the matriculation syllabus...
    just to correct 1 word here..
    21 special probability distributions.
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