A Level Results

Is there life after O/A-Levels? Definitely! How well a person does in tertiary education is correlated with job opportunities open to the person. Discuss issues pertaining to nstitutes of higher learning here.

Re: A Level Results

Postby ManU123 » Sat Mar 02, 2013 6:18 am

Achieved Like a Victorian

The 2011 cohort of Victorians have done exceedingly well for the 2012 A-Level Examinations.

Overall Performance

About 1 in 2 Victorians scored at least 3 distinctions in H2 content-based subjects.

At least 1 in 3 Victorians achieved at least 87.5 *University Admission Points, with 61 students attaining perfect points of 90.

47 students attained at least 7 distinctions.

99.3% of Victorians achieved a Pass for General Paper, maintaining our record-breaking results.

Our JC2 students have also done us proud, by attaining 26.5%
Distinctions for Mother Tongue Languages.

Analysis by Subjects

22 subjects achieved 100% passes.

The H2 subjects with 100% passes are Art, China Studies in English, China Studies in Chinese, Geography, History, Knowledge and Inquiry, Literature, Physics, Tamil Language and Literature, and Theatre Studies and Drama.

The H1 subjects with 100% passes are Bengali, Biology, China Studies in English, Geography, Gujarati, Hindi, Japanese, Literature, Mathematics, Punjabi and Tamil.

10 H3 subjects achieved 100% passes and the H3 subjects that achieved 100% Distinctions and Merit are Game Theory and Competition, Geography, History, Linear Algebra, Mathematics, Proteomics and Science Research.

In all, 47 Victorians received at least 7 distinctions while 144 Victorians received at least 6 distinctions.

*The University Admission Score is computed based on a maximum score of 90 points, and takes into account General Paper or Knowledge and Inquiry, Project Work, 3 H2 and 1 H1 content-based subjects.

http://www.vjc.moe.edu.sg/website/achie ... orian.html

Posts: 274
Joined: Sun Oct 31, 2010 10:50 pm
Total Likes: 0

Return to Tertiary Education - A-Levels, Diplomas, Degrees