2015 A Level Results

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A Level Results

Postby jtoh » Fri Mar 01, 2013 5:39 pm

How did the different schools performed for their A levels?

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Re: A Level Results

Postby Augmum » Fri Mar 01, 2013 5:50 pm

jtoh wrote:How did the different schools performed for their A levels?

i wonder too.....
so u know abt RGS results??
dunno if my gal remembers to snap any photos of results fr the noticeboard as what she did last yr :wink:

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Re: A Level Results

Postby Augmum » Fri Mar 01, 2013 5:55 pm

oh, i mean RI

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Re: A Level Results

Postby anxious.dad » Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:31 pm

jtoh wrote:How did the different schools performed for their A levels?


A number of the jcs have posted news article of their A level results on their school website including DHS, HCI, NJC, RI, RVHS, SAJC, TJC, VJC. Most of the articles stressed on holistic achievement of their students.

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Re: A Level Results

Postby naggo-nitemare » Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:01 pm

RI has a record number of 10 who scored distinctions for 13 units. Overall statistics seem as impressive as previous years. Well done!

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Re: A Level Results

Postby jtoh » Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:15 pm

naggo-nitemare wrote:RI has a record number of 10 who scored distinctions for 13 units. Overall statistics seem as impressive as previous years. Well done!


Thanks for the update. Congrats to the students.

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A Level Results

Postby octoberbaby » Fri Mar 01, 2013 11:53 pm

Any foreign talents among those 10?

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Re: A Level Results

Postby phankao » Sat Mar 02, 2013 4:34 pm

anxious.dad wrote:
jtoh wrote:How did the different schools performed for their A levels?


A number of the jcs have posted news article of their A level results on their school website including DHS, HCI, NJC, RI, RVHS, SAJC, TJC, VJC. Most of the articles stressed on holistic achievement of their students.


DHS has interesting writeups on the profiles of some of their top scorers.

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Re: A Level Results

Postby Leanne » Sat Mar 02, 2013 5:20 pm

A total of 1240 students at Raffles Institution (RI) sat for the 2012 GCE 'A' Level Examinations. This is the fourth cohort to complete the six-year Raffles Programme (RP), the through-train programme offered by RI and Raffles Girls' School. It is also the sixth cohort of students offering the revised 'A' Level curriculum introduced in 2006. Out of this cohort, 75% were from the Raffles Schools, while 25% joined RI through the Joint Admissions Exercise.



Even before the release of the ‘A’ Level Examinations results, 45 students have received provisional scholarships from the various scholarship agencies, such as the PSC, A*STAR and GIC.



53 students have been offered places at Cambridge University, and 39 at Oxford University. This is one of the highest, if not the highest, number of students from a single institution offered places at Oxford and Cambridge in the world. 28 students have also received early decision offers from top US universities such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford. Overall Performance of the Class of 2012



A record-breaking 10 students who offered 13 units of study scored distinctions in all of their 9 subjects.



One in two students offering four H2 subjects scored distinctions in all four subjects. Two out of three students scored three H2 distinctions in the content-based subjects.



129 students achieved distinctions in all subjects offered. Rafflesians continue to excel at the General Paper, with one in two students scoring distinctions.



In addition, 27% achieved perfect University Admission Points of 90. 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, three H2 and one H1 content subjects.




The class of 2012 achieved exceptional performances across various subjects.

• 9 in 10 students scored Distinctions for Knowledge & Inquiry.

• 8 in 10 students scored Distinctions for Biology, Literature and Music.

• 7 in 10 students scored Distinctions for Art, Geography, History, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.



The following is the breakdown of the number of distinctions obtained by our students:

• 9 Distinctions: 10 students

• At least 8 Distinctions: 88 students

• At least 7 Distinctions: 282 students

• At least 6 Distinctions: 543 students

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Re: A Level Results

Postby Lifeinsg » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:26 pm

Anyone knows how many students from each jc got the IPS gold medal?

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