A small update :)

ight, it’s been a while. I came across a youtube video that explains semiconductors comprehensively. It also complements to your existing lecture notes. Personally, I think you will have better understanding of semiconductors after watching this video. I hope that you will find this module as fun as I did 2 years ago. Cheers!

Update 6


To the readers/users of bell curve god, the tutorials uploaded on this website should serve as a form of reference or guide to getting you started on your own.

As mentioned in the previous update, our senior has graduated and could no longer follow up or update this website. Let’s wish him a smooth journey ahead in both his life and career.

To keep up with his efforts in helping the new EEE students who are struggling with their studies, I will be taking over this website to keep the content updated. Do email in to let us know if there is any outdated information or if you are interested in contributing your notes and to share them with your peers in this field.

A new list of the upcoming updates will be published in about 2 weeks time.

Enjoy your holidays.

Update 5

Apologies on the downtime. As I have not been monitoring this website due to the heavy workload from my workplace, the domain expired without me noticing.

Anyway, keeping this website up costs USD$18.00 annually. If this website has helped you and you would like to show your appreciation, you can either:

  1. Donate money through the donation button somewhere at the side.
  2. Donate your tutorial materials. (Send me a message through feedback)

Once again, sorry for the downtime. Let your friends know that the website is online again and spread words on this website to the freshmen who are coming in this year.

I graduated last year anyway.

Update 1

Hi friends,

This semester has been my hardest (but also the most fulfilling one) which explains why there is some delays in uploading the tutorials.

I’ve uploaded the first 5 tutorials for Engineering Math I.

I probably will not upload Data structures & Algorithms tutorials. Answers are scribbled all over the tutorial question papers. If you still insist on having it, drop me a feedback.

All the best for mid term.


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