[Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

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2015 PSLE Results

Way better than expected or dare to hope for. Party time :boogie:
38
22%
Better than expected :rahrah:
42
24%
No surprises. Within expectation :)
40
23%
Slightly below expectation :sad:
34
20%
Totally unexpected :cry:
20
11%
 
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[Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby tankee » Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:08 pm

Just for fun ... :evil:

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby BigDevil » Wed Nov 25, 2015 9:59 am

tankee...your DS getting result too right?
All the best!

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Re: 2015 PSLE Discussion and Strategies

Postby tankee » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:23 pm

TNS did not reveal top score.

Just that 86 students scored 260 and above.

147 students scored 250 and above

94.9% eligible for express

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Re: 2015 PSLE Discussion and Strategies

Postby alng » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:35 pm

tankee wrote:TNS did not reveal top score.

Just that 86 students scored 260 and above.


Wow! That is very good results. Do you know how many are geppers? Thanks!

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby Happy Mum » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:45 pm

NYPS
Students with more than 250 - 49.6%
Mean T-score - 241.6

It has improved from the last two years.

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby ChiefKiasu » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:47 pm

Happy Mum wrote:NYPS
Students with more than 250 - 49.6%
Mean T-score - 241.6

It has improved from the last two years.


Thanks! Actually we cannot compare T-scores across different cohorts because the score depends very much on the average scores of each cohort. Generally, if the papers are particularly difficult in a specific year, T-scores will generally be higher.

Based on the reported scores so far, it does seem like the T-scores are generally higher this year. So the papers may have been more challenging for more students this year.

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby cheesecake » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:53 pm

Hi
Any idea what is the score for qualifying for the independent Sch scholarship?

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby tankee » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:54 pm

BigDevil wrote:tankee...your DS getting result too right?
All the best!



Thanks. DS result was within our expectation. No miracle ...
How's your DG?

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby alng » Wed Nov 25, 2015 12:57 pm

Happy Mum wrote:NYPS
Students with more than 250 - 49.6%
Mean T-score - 241.6

It has improved from the last two years.


Thanks! Do you have the total number of students and total number of Geppers? Thanks!

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Re: [Fun Poll] 2015 PSLE Results

Postby niko1121 » Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:02 pm

Yes, if your child has obtained EESIS (Edusave Entrance Scholarship for Independent Schools), pls kindly report his/her score. It would help determine the COP for getting into top schools. Last year EESIS minimum score is 257 I believe.

EESIS is usually included inside the result slip

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