Monday, 12 January 2015

O Level Top Scorer 2015

Although MOE has ceased publishing the names of O Level Top Scorers, there is still some general statistics about O Level Top Scorers.

This year (2015), 83.3% of students scored 5 or more passes, which is the best performance in the past 20 years. Congratulations to all who did well!

According to this article in 2012,  Lim Min from Crescent Girls’ School and Zhong Yingyi and Chai Yung Ci from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School scored 10 A1s in the exams (11 A1s inclusive of mother tongue language). This is a very commendable effort by these O Level top students.

Another source from Kiasuparents shows that Cedar Girls' Secondary School is a consistent producer of O Level Top Scorers, with some having a total of 11 A1s in a single sitting. Seems like currently many of the O Level Top Students come from girls' schools. This may be due to the fact that girls are less playful and more likely to do their revision consistently, a huge advantage in terms of acing exams.

The Top Student in O Levels from Chung Cheng High School (2011) is Zeng Ding who has scored a very commendable 8 A1s (EL, HCL, CL, EMath, AMath, Chem, Bio, Comb Humanities) and 1 A2 (Phy).

Congratulations to all these O Level Top Students, especially those receiving their results in 2015! For those who are not top students, but tried their best, they too deserve a round of applause for their hard work and dedication.

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