DSTA Scholarship - Breaking The Code
This was how it looked like.
(Picture taken from this PDF file)
My father saw it and asked me if I could break the code at the top-left corner. At first, I was skeptical about it. After all, it may just be a mix and match of random alphabets and letters. Nevertheless, I took a shot at it. Surprisingly, it revealed a message! It was totally unexpected. I didn't know they would really advertise a real code for people to break instead of some random alpha-numeric arrangement.
I emailed the result to DSTA hoping to get an interview or something like that, but they directed me to their website for further information. Lol...apparently, breaking codes isn't the only thing that is required. As always, an outstanding GCE A-level or Diploma (merit) has to be present too. You may want to try to break the code and who knows, you may have an interview with them if your email address is not as long as mine. Even if they don't call you, at least you know that you are smart enough to break a code from DSTA and not Kids Central. Take comfort in that :)
After breaking the code, I saw somemore on the man's shirt. I tried to break it using the same key as the previous one, but it was futile. What came out was some jumbled letters that seem to come from a toddler. I guess that was where the random arrangement comes in. I maybe wrong though.
Note: I won't post the answers or any clues here. Try to break it without help, you will be even more satisfied if you do so.
Can you break the code?
(For more information on the DSTA Scholarship, you can refer here)