i think its all fine and dandy that u guys may agree with what has been written about choueifat on Wikipedia,however,have u considered the consequences of the idiot tht decided to tarnish the name of our school on a famous website tht uni's would probably visit ?their bound to find the wikipedia page while looking through the very first few links of google...and it wont do the graduatin students any good ,will it now? mmm... :) i thought so.
I find it ridiculous that this moron thinks that this half arsed comment of his will suddenly make me change my ways. And how it calls me the idiot and how it refers to "our" school. Now you listen to me you imbecile, you and your SABIS cronies don't have the common sense that God almighty gave a goose. At least I've chosen to say something about your ridiculous system of education, which commits nothing short of psychological murder. Just because I have the brains left to know how to commit myself to critical and constructive thinking and tell the basic difference between right and wrong, doesn't make me an idiot. In fact I think universities want that in a prospective student, someone who breaks down and analyses certain facets of what he or she is into. Save yourself you twat. Notice how IT says "I thought so" with a stupid little sarcastic smile.As In he thinks that I suddenly had an epiphany from his comment and that I will now suddenly decide to obey SABIS law just so I can get into university. If I find out that its some stooge I know then I suggest you get on your knees and start praying for some sort of divine intervention. phew! ok I'm calm now. Thankfully, someone else had this to say in response.
Do you really think that it matter a University Admin department what is posted on Wikipedia? I can tell you as University recruiter I always look up the student's name on myspace and similar web pages. I understand that international students who attend private International schools often have little say in where they attend. What I do look for is the student’s academic potential, adaptability and critical thinking skills. I also am interested in the student’s emotional intelligence level. If Chouifat does not crush that out of a student, than I am pretty sure the individual will likely be able to adapt and handle whatever comes their way. I get suspicious of students who have prefect records. It represents a student who has never challenged authority. A student who has NEVER taken a risk to stand up for what they believe. It is part of normal adolescent behavior to challenge those they view in a position of power. It is normal adolescent behavior to assert independent thoughts and desire. If these things do not occur, if there is no history, then how do I know that the student is capable of independent thought and drive at the university level? Most of what I have seen discussed here, from Mr Psychoman’s ramblings to the policies and procedure will not benefit a student at the university setting or in professional workforce.
oh btw, Eid Mubarak everyone ^_^