Sign up for PolicyPal with referral code MATH88 to get PolicyPal credits
Don’t have an account with PolicyPal yet? You’ll need one to start earning credits! Register with referral code MATH88 to receive $10 credits.
PolicyPal is a new insurance portal that has various insurance policies. One of the famous ones is “Gigantiq”, which gives an impressive 2% interest per annum.
Once you sign up with PolicyPal, using the referral code MATH88, you will receive P$10 PolicyPal credits. Then, just take part in a few simple activities (such as doing really simple quizzes, and do some of their “challenges” which is just clicking a single button). It took me just 5 minutes to earn another P$5 PolicyPal credits.
With P$15 PolicyPal credits, you can then redeem your free $10 FairPrice E-Voucher, as shown below. Throughout the entire process, there is no need to fork out a single cent of your own.
It seems Grabfood is aggressively fighting for market share, giving very generous $8 Promo Code currently: 8TASTY.
New users of Grabfood can use the Promo Code 8TASTY twice. The current delivery charges are $3-$5 depending on surge. That means you can get a $3-$5 free meal delivered for free to your home. E.g. Bubble Tea or some McDonald’s food.
There is also another Grabfood Promo Code (also $8): CHILLOUT
The “CHILLOUT” Promo code is limited to a one-time use per eater and is only valid from 13 to 14 October 2018.
The Tinkering Studio @ Science Centre Singapore cordially invites you to interact with John Edmark, inventor, designer and artist who teaches design at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. His most recent work is a series of animated sculptures called Blooms which endlessly unfolds and animates as it spins beneath a strobe light.
Come join us for this talk where John will share his work with logarithmic spiral structures, Fibonacci numbers, and the Golden Ratio (Ф), and how it all led to his inventing Blooms. His masterful illusions are the results of a marriage between art and mathematics.
Singapore Math is a popular resource for homeschooling children in the United States and many countries. Due to its challenging questions and unique methodology, Singapore Math prepares children for real math at higher levels.
We have curated some of the best Singapore Math Free Resources on the net: