PSLE 2009 Top Student Predictions

Unlike entry to Primary Schools, admission into Secondary Schools is based on meritocracy. PSLE results are used as key admission criteria. Discuss everything related to PSLE and selection of Secondary Schools here.

Which Primary School will the top PSLE 2009 student come from?

Ai Tong School
3
2%
Bukit Panjang Primary School
3
2%
Catholic High School
4
3%
Chongfu Primary School
3
2%
Henry Park Primary School
2
2%
Maha Bodhi School
3
2%
Methodist Girls' School
2
2%
Nan Hua Primary School
6
5%
Nanyang Primary School
35
28%
Raffles Girls' Primary School
17
14%
Rosyth School
4
3%
Rulang Primary School
5
4%
Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
4
3%
St. Hilda's Primary School
7
6%
Tao Nan Primary School
4
3%
None of the above!
23
18%
 
Total votes : 125

PSLE 2009 Top Student Predictions

Postby ChiefKiasu » Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:30 am

Come and put in your predictions with the reason, eg:
"My prediction is Sungei Girl's School because they have the most hardworking teachers"

Remember - must have both School name and Reason.

100 KiasuPoints will be awarded to those who predicted correctly.
200 KiasuPoints will be awarded to those with the most creative Reasons :) , even if the prediction is wrong.

Only 1 prediction per member is allowed.

Contest ends at 9pm on 25 Nov 2009.

//Note to moderators: Please do NOT add or change the items in the poll any more. This list is based on the Top 15 Academic Schools in Singapore. We just lost the entire group of people that voted "None of the above!" in the poll.
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Contest status

Postby ChiefKiasu » Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:42 am

Final List of Compliant Predictions: (Contest has ended)

Bukit Panjang Primary School - Emelyn, musette, Keroppi30, znzyzyzx
Bukit Timah Primary - ks2me
Catholic High - jedamum, watmekiasu,
Henry Park - Jennifer
Nan Hua Primary - edanson
Gongshang Primary - James Ang,
Nanyang Primary - caroline3sg, Atan, Herbie, MdmKS, Picolo, 2centsworthy, rugrats_pat, lizawa, Way2GO, kiasimom, Pita, tutormum, cluelessmom, mickeyhmh, ST
Northland Primary - avell
Paya Lebar Methodist - mrswongtuition
Pei Hwa Presbyterian - Aya
Raffles Girls' - KSP, mummyNg, Busymom, Luanee, comfy
St. Hilda's Primary - CeciliaHua, Denise
Tao Nan - daisyt, mathsparks
Tampines Primary - mum03
Yew Tee Primary - Tri-mum


Correct predictions:

N.O.B.O.D.Y !!!! muahahahha!


Most creative/useful predictions:
caroline3sg +200KPs
Atan +200KPs
KSP +200KPs
Picolo +200KPs
musette +200KPs
mommyNg +200KPs
edanson +200KPs
Busymom +200KPs
mathsparks +200KPs
Luanee +200KPs
lizawa +200KPs
Way2GO +200KPs
Pita +200KPs
tutormum +200KPs
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Re: PSLE 2009 Top Student Predictions

Postby CeciliaHua » Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:44 am

ChiefKiasu wrote:Come and put in your predictions with the reason, eg:
"My prediction is Sungei Girl's School because they have the most hardworking teachers"

Remember - must have both School name and Reason.

100 KiasuPoints will be awarded to those who predicted correctly.
200 KiasuPoints will be awarded to those with the most creative Reasons :) , even if the prediction is wrong.

Only 1 prediction per member is allowed.

Contest ends at 9pm on 25 Nov 2009.


My prediction is St Hilda's Primary because my son is studying there and this school has a good track record.

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Re: PSLE 2009 Top Student Predictions

Postby mum03 » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:02 am

ChiefKiasu wrote:Come and put in your predictions with the reason, eg:
"My prediction is Sungei Girl's School because they have the most hardworking teachers"

Remember - must have both School name and Reason.

100 KiasuPoints will be awarded to those who predicted correctly.
200 KiasuPoints will be awarded to those with the most creative Reasons :) , even if the prediction is wrong.

Only 1 prediction per member is allowed.

Contest ends at 9pm on 25 Nov 2009.


Tired of always seeing the same old school winning the top student, I just wish a dark horse (school) should win these prediction, and next year could see all the K.S parents, narrowing it down to that particular school :sweat: and since I stay in Tampines my vote goes to " TAMPINES PRI SCH" :ugogirl: Wish you all the luck in this world.

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Postby mrswongtuition » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:04 am

My prediction is Paya Lebar Methodist Girl's School (Primary) because I must trust my alma mater!

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Postby caroline3sg » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:42 am

//Moderator's note: Most creative/useful prediction Award

My prediction is Nanyang Primary School because

1) they produced the most no. of high scorers in a single sch last yr, hence the chances of this yr's top scorer is from NYPS.

2) they have very good enrichment programmes (ie Lorna Whiston)

3) many political officials' children are there, and hence the children who inherit the good genes are more likely to be cream of the crop.


though this is not my alma mater nor my child is from this sch.

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Postby jedamum » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:54 am

My prediction is Catholic High School because their secondary school did very well in 2008 so the primary school is motivated to do well this year.

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Postby caroline3sg » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:19 am

CKS,
Thank you :D

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Postby Fairy » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:31 am

caroline3sg wrote://Moderator's note: Most creative/useful prediction Award

My prediction is Nanyang Primary School because

2) they have very good enrichment programmes (ie Lorna Whiston)

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Really? I'm not aware of such a programme? I believe such programmes are optional after school-enrichment activities which parents pay for, not built into the school curriculum.

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Postby Atan » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:36 am

//Moderator's note: Most creative/useful prediction Award

My prediction is also Nanyang Primary School because:
1) it has a most dynamic principal (unfortunately leaving for Nanyang Girls in Dec 09) :cry: .
2) it has the highest number of dedicated, motivated and loyal PVs who put in the same or even more effort in the education of their kids in NYPS :rahrah:
3) it promotes both moral & academic excellence, thereby offering the perfect environment in nurturing a TOP student :wink:
4)last but not least, the kiasu spirit and index is probably one of the highest, or if not the highest in town, hence it gets my vote for being the best able sch to product the TOP kid. :celebrate:
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