Last night was the first time I watched Clever Girl. Congratulation to Fatin for being the winner and bring home RM 100,000 prize. I am sure she made Kelantanese proud of her.
I am happy for her. I also has experience winning contest before, and I really know the feeling of being a winner.
Unfortunately when I logged in into my Facebook today, there’s a lot of comments about this program. Most of them said the questions are not challenging enough, and cannot be used a “clever measurement”.
Those people who comments like that, I think they are sick and jealous.
Standing in front of crowd on LIVE TV show and try to answer questions – is not the same as sitting in front of TV while eating popcorn and try to tembak jawapan. Both are different things when involve psychology, especially when they have to answer the question in 15 seconds time. Futhermore, they (the participants) have to be careful – very careful – so they can secure their spot to the final.
I think Fatin has a good strategy. She choose not to answer when she was not sure at earlier stage last night, so she will not loose point. She let her opponent to answer or tembak jawapan, so when their answer is wrong, her opponents loose point. By entering the next level – bahagian minda tuh – I guess this part is more like luck. She probably has done that “T in a box” sometimes in her life, maybe during her training or courses. Who knows. It’s pretty common mind strategy technique I think.
Then during the final part, when answering 10 final questions, is when she did her best.