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Achievements in 2017 GCE N-Level Examinations
The release of the 2017 GCE N-Level results was a momentous occasion for our cohort of 107 Normal course students. Students, parents and staff gathered in the school hall to collectively celebrate the commitment and excellence our students have demonstrated in both academic and non-academic pursuits.
On the whole, 4NA students have achieved above national performance in terms of both percentage passes and distinctions for most subjects, including Malay, Food and Nutrition, Science (Physics / Chemistry), Chinese, English and Science (Chemistry / Biology). 81.6% of our 4NA students are eligible for promotion to 5NA, which is above the national average of 76.6%, and 10.5% of our students are eligible for the Polytechnic Foundation Programme (PFP).
Our top 4NA student is Shaik Ahmad B Shaik Awath of 4N2 who attained an EMB3* of 7 points with 6 distinctions (*Aggregate score of grades in English, Mathematics and Best Three other Subjects). A well-rounded student, Shaik was an EXCO member of the Student Council and Captain of the Softball team. He was also a recipient of the Edusave Award for Achievement, Good Leadership and Service (EAGLES) and the National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) (Silver), a testament of his active involvement and dedication towards development in both academic and non-academic areas.
Other 4NA students who did well are Xavier Chong Er Wei (8 points, 5 distinctions), Au Xue Fen Nicole (8 points, 4 distinctions), Low Hao Rong Kenrick (9 points, 4 distinctions), Nico Tan Jia Yi (9 points, 4 distinctions) and Tan Yan Ling Beverly (10 points, 4 distinctions). Xavier was a member of the National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) and a recipient of NYAA (Silver). Nicole was a Patrol Second in the Girl Guides and attained the Edusave Scholarship Award and NYAA (Silver). Kenrick was a Warrant Officer in the Red Cross Youth unit and a recipient of the EAGLES award and NYAA (Bronze). Nico was a member of the Badminton team and a recipient of NYAA (Bronze). Beverly was a member of the Drama CCA, and served as Class Chairperson in 2017. She also attained the Edusave Good Progress Award and NYAA (Bronze).
Top 4NA students - From left to right: (Front row) Tan Yan Ling Beverly, Nico Tan Jia Yi, Au Xue Fen Nicole, Mr Chia (Principal)(Back row) Shaik Ahmad B Shaik Awath, Low Hao Rong Kenrick, Xavier Chong Er Wei
Our 4NT students also achieved above national average performance in terms of both percentage passes and distinctions for a number of subjects, including Basic Chinese and Basic Malay. Our students also achieved above national average performance in percentage distinctions for English. 100% of our 4NT students are eligible for admission into ITE.
Among the students who did well are Liu Tian Yu Max (5 distinctions), Vivian Tam (4 distinctions), Thia En Hao Brandon (3 distinctions), Neo Jing Wen (2 distinctions) and Yasmin Bte Azlan (2 distinctions). Max was a member of the Softball team and a recipient of Edusave Scholarship Award and NYAA (Bronze). Vivian served as a Student Councillor and Vice-Chairperson of the Media Resource Library (MRL) CCA, and attained the NYAA (Silver). Brandon was a member of the Softball team. Jing Wen was a Student Councillor and an EXCO member of the MRL CCA. Yasmin was a member of the Dance CCA and attained the Edusave Scholarship Award and NYAA (Bronze).
Top NT students - From left to right: Liu Tian Yu Max, Vivian Tam, Yasmin Bte Azlan, Neo Jing Wen, Mr Chia (Principal)
Not in picture: Thia En Hao Brandon
At the release of the results, the school also affirmed 5 students who have achieved commendable performance in spite of difficult circumstances. Despite poor health condition, Chan Tang Rui of 4N1 remained positive and qualified for the ITE Direct Entry Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (DPP). Toh Xun Wen of 4N2 struggled academically in primary school. However, he persevered in his learning and even encouraged peers around him to do their best. Although he studied Foundational Chinese at PSLE, he managed to achieve a Distinction in Chinese Language at N-levels. A student who initially faced certain learning challenges, Low Yuan Yow of 4N2 showed tremendous improvement in self-management over the years and realised his goal of qualifying for DPP. Filzah Bte Abdol Aziz of 4T1 overcame health problems and attained an ‘A’ for Elements of Business (EBS) and a pass in all subjects. Being the eldest among 3 other siblings, Nurul Jannah Binte Roslan of 4T1 had to juggle between taking care of her younger siblings and her studies. She demonstrated grit in managing her time and attained a pass in all subjects.
Students who have done well despite difficult circumstances - From left to right: Mr Ryan Wong (Form Teacher of 4T1), Mr Christopher Chong (Form Teacher of 4N2), Toh Xun Wen, Low Yuan Yow, Filzah Bte Abdol Aziz, Nurul Jannah Binte Roslan, Chan Tang Rui, Mr Chua Choon Heong (Form Teacher of 4N1), Mr Chia (Principal)
We are proud of all our students and hope that all of our North Stars will continue to shine in their respective pursuits as they enter the next stage of their educational journeys and lives.
For more details on our GCE N-level 2017 performance, please click here.
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