Naz Iraj, 16, St Margaret's Girls' College
I would like to master concentration skills. I have tried different things to help me focus better. I once went to a temple, which was more than 100km from my house, hoping that the visit would prove to be beneficial. But nothing has worked. I end up staring at a wall or I just count my hours of sleep. Every year I thrash my head with books to get myself to focus but I always fail.
Jasmine Yu, 15, International Christian School
I want to master the clarinet. I don't think I'll have enough time to practise after I graduate because I'll be busy trying to balance friends, family and work. The clarinet's not just an instrument to me; when I play, it reflects how I feel.
Ho Hiu-laam, 15, Shun Tak Fraternal Association Tam Pak Yu College
I'd like to be wise in money matters, because when I have to live independently, I will have a lot more expenses. Therefore, it would be useful to have good money management skills.
Rebecca Fung, 16, South Tuen Mun Government Secondary School
I would like to be able to read and write figurative language before I graduate from secondary school. I have never been taught how to write or even appreciate poems, except for that one time in primary school when the teacher made us write about seasons. I hope one day I will be able to listen to an Arctic Monkeys song without having to go to www.genius.com to understand the lyrics.
Chan Elizabeth Keina, 18, Law Ting Pong Secondary School
I would like to master the art of communication. This might seem like a piece of cake and insignificant. However, it's a useful skill in the workplace. Communication can help build relationships. I can work on it by taking part in different activities at school. As practice makes perfect, I am confident I will improve my communication skills over time.
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