2008 O-level Exams Scorecard - FYR

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2008 O-level Exams Scorecard - FYR

Postby happymum8 » Wed Dec 02, 2009 6:00 pm

TOP PERFORMERS IN 2008 O-LEVEL EXAMS (SPECIAL/EXPRESS STREAM)

Anderson Secondary
Bukit Panjang Government High
Catholic High
Cedar Girls' Secondary
CHIJ St Nicholas Girls'
Crescent Girls'
Methodist Girls' (Secondary)
Nan Hua High
Singapore Chinese Girls'
St Joseph's Institution
Tanjong Katong Girls'
Victoria School
* Based on average score of Special/Express students for either English or Higher Mother Tongue (L1) and best five subjects (B5)

* The average L1B5 score of students in the above schools was lower than 11 points.

TOP PERFORMERS IN 2008 O-LEVEL EXAMS (NORMAL STREAM)
Commonwealth Secondary
Dunman Secondary
St Margaret's Secondary
St Patrick's
Temasek Secondary
Yishun Town Secondary
Zhonghua Secondary
* Based on average score of Normal stream students for English (L1) and best four subjects (B4)

* The average L1B4 score of students in the above schools was lower than 19 points.

** Some schools, such as those offering the Integrated Programme (IP) where students skip the O levels, and schools with too few O-level students, were not assessed on their performance in last year's O-level exams.

TOP ACCOLADES

SCHOOL EXCELLENCE AWARD

The top prize which recognises academic achievements and those in the arts, sports and school management. Schools must win Sustained Achievement Awards in three areas - two for primary schools - and two Best Practice Awards, one of which has to be for students' all-round development. Winners: Rulang Primary School and St Joseph's Institution.

SCHOOL DISTINCTION AWARD

Schools need to win Sustained Achievement Awards in two categories, and a Best Practice Award. Winners: Rosyth School, Tao Nan School, Riverside Secondary School, St Hilda's Secondary School, Victoria School, Yishun Town Secondary School and Nanyang Junior College.

For the full list of awards, winners and school achievement tables, go to www.moe.gov.sg

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Postby mathsparks » Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:25 am

hi happymum8,
excellent details, but 5 hours too late for parents. :|

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Postby happymum8 » Thu Dec 03, 2009 9:24 am

So sorry parents for the late posting!!

Just happen to chance upon this info and hoping it could help to assure your choices of schools are comfortable.

Best wishes to all and hope that whichever school that your child goes to, you must try to help the child to enjoy the school and the learning process.

After all, whether the child is from IP/Main Stream, they will eventually meet each other at some point (Uni, Poly) and finally the working society.

There is no measurement of success. It all depends on how happy, confident and comfortable the child is when he/she steps into the society.

We do not really care too much which school the child comes from.

As long as the child is positive in presenting himself/herself and has integrity in daily life, I'm sure you are proud of yourself and the child!

Happy holidays!!

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Postby mathsparks » Sun Dec 20, 2009 4:00 pm

no worries, happymum, like they say..better late than never!

see guys? i said tkgs n bpghs are gd schools :)

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