2008 PSLE Results

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2008 PSLE Results

Postby sally » Thu Nov 20, 2008 3:59 pm

Title: How was the PSLE score this year??

Today the result for PSLE is out, I was driving pass a few pri school just now. It seem that everyone is happy is that mean this new paper is easy or evryone is doing vwey well?

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Anyone getting PSLE results today?

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:02 pm

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Surprised that this is such a quiet event here....or did I miss it?

Anyone with P6 kids? I don't!! :P But I am just excited yearly about this as many unpredictable things can happen.. LOL

MOE has already released the top 15 students for PSLE.

Top student from Nanyang FEMALE 287 score but the top list has some boys :)
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Postby Guest » Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:04 pm

I think we both posted at the same time on PSLE results.

Top student scored 287. girl from NYPS and yes it seems that most people are happy with their scores and hope it does not raise sec school entry bar too much due to the good results.
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Postby sally » Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:10 pm

ks2me wrote:I think we both posted at the same time on PSLE results.

Top student scored 287. girl from NYPS and yes it seems that most people are happy with their scores and hope it does not raise sec school entry bar too much due to the good results.



wow.That is good... Same as u I also hope that sec school does not raise their entry bar .... Singapore education is so stress next year my boy will be in P6. Hope he can score well too.

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Postby claire » Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:13 pm

Yup, I saw most children were happy when I was out there on the streets earlier on. Anyone has the exact cut-off entry point for Catholic High School ?

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Postby lizawa » Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:25 pm

claire wrote:Yup, I saw most children were happy when I was out there on the streets earlier on. Anyone has the exact cut-off entry point for Catholic High School ?


You won't know the exact cut-off until the posting is out. So can only based on last year's cut off as a gauge. My gut feel is the cut off should be lower as there are fewer students who scored 270 and above as compared to last year.

The happy children are all out on the streets but the "sad ones" are all crying at home, that's why you only see the happy ones. :D

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Postby xhxie » Thu Nov 20, 2008 5:07 pm

lizawa wrote:
The happy children are all out on the streets but the "sad ones" are all crying at home, that's why you only see the happy ones. :D


sounds reasonable :lol:
how is your kid's result? one of happy kids?

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Postby lizawa » Thu Nov 20, 2008 5:14 pm

xhxie wrote:
lizawa wrote:
The happy children are all out on the streets but the "sad ones" are all crying at home, that's why you only see the happy ones. :D


sounds reasonable :lol:
how is your kid's result? one of happy kids?


Haha... yeah, we were out on the streets for a while :) Not bad, he had 4 A* :)

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Postby xhxie » Thu Nov 20, 2008 5:18 pm

lizawa wrote:
xhxie wrote:
lizawa wrote:
The happy children are all out on the streets but the "sad ones" are all crying at home, that's why you only see the happy ones. :D


sounds reasonable :lol:
how is your kid's result? one of happy kids?


Haha... yeah, we were out on the streets for a while :) Not bad, he had 4 A* :)


so tonight find a good place makan :D

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Postby sally » Thu Nov 20, 2008 5:19 pm

Wow!!! with this good result he must to going to RI. Congrat.

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