When I was in my last year of high school, I chose to rather undertake a Canadian Curriculum known as OSSD, instead of the English old school- A-levels or standard Malaysian STPM. One thing for sure that sticked to my mind was that all the native Canadian teachers I met, one after another, seemed never forget to mention about this [sorta]:
In Northern American education, we want students not only to learn through rote memorization for the sake of getting good grades in examination. That’s why in Ontario, we train and grade you based on four Ministry categories:
Exams only account for 30 percent of our grades. It’s not the end-goal that matters, but rather our in-house performances, understandings and practical applications that were heavily based-upon.
So getting into the meat( or vege) of the day, here’s a little application of Probability in my life: