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As for the practice questions? Fifty practice questions for an exam that has question? The HAPS exam has six 6 questions on Chemistry and Cell Biology combined and this "study guide" has twenty pages of study material for those topics.
I highly doubt it! This guide covers that material in 2. I thought this study guide was extremely beneficial. As this was my first time taking any type of HAPS final, i felt extremely unprepared not knowing what to study but this review booked helped me tremendously.
It helps give a nice refresher course This is an amazing book. It helps give a nice refresher course on the things you would need. It's great because there isn't really any "study guide" for the HAPS. Very glad I got it. One person found this helpful. The name of the "author" is meant to intentionally mislead you.
The practice questions are not HAPS practice questions. All-in-all this is just a cynical way to get money out of students. This was a great opportunity for me to have this book as a study reference. It has a lot of useful information. I would highly recommend it to anyone. See all 5 reviews. Suki Kim, brilliant author of The Interpreter , penetrates the soul of her divided country of origin, bearing witness to generations of maimed lives and arrested identities.
This look inside totalitarian North Korea is like no other. So skilled is Suki Kim in conveying the eeriness and surreal disconnect of the North Korean landscape that I sometimes felt I was reading a ghost story, one that will haunt me with its silences, with its image of snow falling upon a desolate campus, with the far laughter of her beloved students.
The devil is in the details here, for her gritty narrative focuses on everyday events to reveal how repression shapes daily life, even for the most privileged. Yet Kim also bears witness to that part of the human soul that no oppressor can ever claim. She couples an investigative reporter's fierce desire to strip away the fiction of the Hermit Kingdom with an immigrant's insatiable hunger for an emotional home, no matter how troubled and no matter how impossible.
The elegance of Kim's prose and her great compassion for ordinary people caught up in an extraordinary situation kept me turning the pages, riveted by her story. This is a book that rejoins North Korea with humanity. It delivers a beautifully and bravely observed inside account—startling, insightful, moving—of the planet's most notoriously closed and bewildering society.
But what I liked best about it was being in the company of Suki Kim's voice—so intimate, vulnerable, obsessive, resilient, confiding and charming. Born and raised in Seoul, she lives in New York.
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Without you, there is no motherland. Without you, there is no us. It is a chilling scene, but gradually Suki Kim, too, learns the tune and, without noticing, begins to hum it. It is , and all universities in North Korea have been shut down for an entire year, the students sent to construction fields—except for the students at the all-male Pyongyang University of Science and Technology PUST , a walled compound where portraits of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il look on impassively from the walls of every room, and where Suki has gone undercover as a missionary and a teacher.
Over the next six months, she will eat three meals a day with her young charges and struggle to teach them English, all under the watchful eye of the regime. Life at PUST is lonely and claustrophobic, especially for Suki, whose letters are read by censors and who must hide her notes and photographs not only from her minders but from her colleagues—evangelical Christian missionaries who don't know or choose to ignore that Suki doesn't share their faith.
As the weeks pass, she is mystified by how easily her students lie, unnerved by their obedience to the regime. At the same time, they offer Suki tantalizing glimpses of their private selves—their boyish enthusiasm, their eagerness to please, the flashes of curiosity that have not yet been extinguished.
She in turn begins to hint at the existence of a world beyond their own—at such exotic activities as surfing the Internet or traveling freely and, more dangerously, at electoral democracy and other ideas forbidden in a country where defectors risk torture and execution. But when Kim Jong-il dies, and the boys she has come to love appear devastated, she wonders whether the gulf between her world and theirs can ever be bridged.
Without You, There Is No Us offers a moving and incalculably rare glimpse of life in the world's most unknowable country, and at the privileged young men she calls "soldiers and slaves.
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Ultimately, this book commits the cardinal sin I'm not religious, but that term feels all too appropriate given the book's setting of assuming the reader cares more about the author than about North Korea. Allow me to explain.