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kahwaikhoo

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Hello, my name is Khoo Kah Wai. I'm from Malaysia. I have cubed for almost 7 years and participated in 4 competitions. I'm currently an undergraduate student at the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in Electronic Engineering.
 

kahwaikhoo

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Welcome! What do you average and what events do you practice?
My average is sub 20. Since I'm always busy with my studies, i rarely have time to practice. I only practice a lot before competitions. My official best single is 18.xx,i don't even remember the actual time haha. I practice mainly in 3x3, but i also take part in 2x2,4x4 and blindfolded. My next target is to attempt the 5x5 event.
 

MJS Cubing

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My average is sub 20. Since I'm always busy with my studies, i rarely have time to practice. I only practice a lot before competitions. My official best single is 18.xx,i don't even remember the actual time haha. I practice mainly in 3x3, but i also take part in 2x2,4x4 and blindfolded. My next target is to attempt the 5x5 event.
Cool!
 

EngiNerdBrian

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Welcome! I took a few electronics courses in college and realized I wasn’t cut out for the abstract thinking required in circuits and power. It’s hard stuff!

Best of luck finding time to cube alongside your studies!
 
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