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Outstanding Results for the 2016 GCE N Level Examinations

20 December 2016

The 2016 Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) cohorts produced commendable results at the GCE ‘N’ Level examinations. 88.4% of our N(A) students are eligible for Sec 5, above the national percentage of 75.2%. All our N(T) students are eligible for progression to ITE, as with past years.

Normal (Academic) Performance
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26% of our N(A) students obtained an aggregate of 11 or below, compared to about 14% at the national level. All 10 N(A) subjects had pass rates above their respective national pass rates,
with 4 subjects having 100% pass rates.

Our emphasis has always been on quality passes. This year, 8 subjects had distinction rates higher than the national distinction rates. These subjects include Maths, Food & Nutrition, Art, Combined Humanities, POA, Design & Technology, Combined Science and Chinese. The distinction rate for English went up to 16%, while the distinction rate for Chinese increased to 46.8%,
and the distinction rate for Maths went up to 53.5%.

Normal (Technical) Performance
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Not to be outdone, our N(T) cohort also put in commendable effort for the ‘N’ Level examinations. 6 of 8 N(T) subjects had a higher pass rate than at the national level, while all subjects had higher distinction rates than their respective national distinction rates. We are very proud of our N(T) students for producing high distinction rates in several subjects compared to their seniors (English, D&T, EBS, Maths, CPA and Science). D&T maintained its track record of 100% pass rate since 2010, which is no mean feat. 

The outstanding academic performance of our N(A) and N(T) students is a result of the hard work and effort put in by both staff and students alike. Most importantly, we thank God for the
grace He has given to all students and staff in the preparation for the national examinations. The school congratulates the students for their achievements, and thanks all teachers and staff
for the hard work and dedication in helping the 2016 cohort complete their Normal Course education.