Originally Posted by donovan
Polo tees for an interview? Suit overdress?
Hahaha! This guy's definitely a loser.
(No offense meant) Clearly you don't sound very educated, so much for criticising Singapore's education system and boasting your "overseas degree". No educated man out there would use sweeping words or make sweeping statements. To quote you, "definitely a loser".
There's absolutely nothing wrong with turning up with polo tees because they stated "Smart Casual". I turned up in a shirt, working pants and shoe myself. But there were interviewees from the 2 rounds for interviews (including the one before mine) who turned up with polo tees, jeans, sneakers and they are from HC/VJ/NJ with straight As. There's absolutely no need (or that we don't see a need) to dress to impress. If you're good, you're good. It's not like we turned up in pyjamas. We're talking about SMU's interview where they stated 'Smart Casual", so suit is an overkill.