S.E.T. for socio-economic growth
Phila Mbuyisa is fascinated with the human body and hopes to one day come up with a useful medical invention or two to improve people’s lives.
Nsalamanga High School is located on the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal. This is a Quintile 1 school. It offers education while teaching students about respect and the importance of sticking to your values as an African child.
Some people have a problem with Maths and Science because they are influenced by people who have tried the subjects once and failed. These subjects require your undivided time in order to understand better. To solve this problem, I think it will be wise to show people the beauty of science and maths. There are many fascinating things in this world that were brought about by science and maths.
I enjoy science and maths because the ‘little’ theory that it has, is straightforward. One thing leads to another.
Seeing how far science has developed inspires me, as well as the history of scientists and their perseverance
I chose to study medicine because I am fascinated with the human body, specifically the human heart. I want to develop my knowledge in this field and hopefully become a specialist and perhaps come up with useful medical inventions.
Step up, get out of your comfort zone and work towards your dreams. You can enjoy your comfort zone once you’ve achieved your goals.
Don’t rest on your laurels, study smart. Find a way to make studying more interesting so that it can yield better results.
Use past papers to practice and check your answers. Engage with your teachers.
Do your best so that you will have many options at the beginning of the year. The competition is very tight and the country’s economy has deteriorated.
In 10 years, I see myself working towards becoming a medical specialist.
Consistency in your work and simply having dreams supported by minor goals.
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