Monday, February 8, 2010

Very good!

GCE exam results out
The Examinations Department under the Ministry of Education has released the Brunei-Cambridge GCE 'A', 'AS' and 'O' Level results for the October/November 2009 session.
Out of the 3,073 candidates who sat for the GCE 'A' Level examination, as many as 2,452 or 80.12 per cent have achieved at least 1 'A' Level, an increase of 0.49 per cent compared to results for 2008.
According to statistics released by the Ministry of Education, 52.72 per cent have achieved at least 2 'A' Level where 54.49 per cent comprises school candidates whilst 21.82 per cent are private candidates.
Sixty candidates or 2.21 per cent obtained at least 4 'A' Level's including one candidate from Maktab Duli, two from PTE Katok and 1 from Sayyidina Ali Secondary School who achieved 5 'A' Levels.
From the figures, 13 candidates achieved excellent results by obtaining grade A's in at least four 'A' Level results comprising 7 candidates from Maktab Duli, two from PTE Berakas and four from Sayyidina Ali Secondary. Thirty-six candidates obtained grade A's in three 'A' Level subjects where 14 are from Maktab Duli, 5 from Maktab Sains, four from PTE Berakas, two from PTE Katok, one from Sayyidina Othman Secondary School and 10 from Sayyidina Ali Secondary whilst 69 candidates have obtained grade A's in two 'A' Level subjects comprising 30 candidates from Maktab Duli, nine from Maktab Sains, six from PTE Katok, 12 from PTE Berakas, two from Sayyidina Othman, seven from Sayyidina Ali and three private candidates.
In all, 10 subjects have shown between 2.46 per cent and 25 per cent compared to candidates in 2008. The subjects include Malay, Art and Design, Economics, History, Hafaz al-Quran, Computing, Thinking Skills, Psychology, Business Studies and Sociology. A 100 per cent pass was achieved for Further Mathematics compared to 2008.
Meanwhile, for GCE 'AS' Level, 1,276 out of 1,617 or 78.91 per cent obtained at least one 'AS' level, which is an increase of 0.8 per cent when compared to 2008.
Overall, candidates who have achieved at least 2 'AS' level is 52.63 per cent or 851 candidates, which is an increase of 7.97 per cent whilst 53.39 per cent of school candidates have increased to 8.03 per cent compared to 2008. Overall, 87 candidates from 1,617 candidates or 5.38 per cent have achieved one grade 'A' in at least two subjects.
For GCE 'O' Level, from 7,555 who sat for the exami-nation, as many as 3,986 or 52.76 per cent have managed to obtain at least 3 'O' Level, which is an improvement of 0.42 per cent compared to 2008. From a quality stand point, as many as 898 candidates or 11.89 per cent have managed to achieve 8 to 12 'O' Level, an increase of 47 candidates or 0.16 per cent. As many as three schools have achieved 100 per cent in obtaining at least 3 'O' Level and 23 schools comprising 17 government schools and 6 private schools, which shows an increase of between 0.66 per cent and 26.32 per cent compared to 2008.
Total candidates who have achieved at least 3 'O' Level in government schools is 53.12 per cent. Meanwhile, as many as 252 candidates or 3.58 per cent have achieved grade A's in 5 to 10 subjects, which is an improvement of 0.25 per cent. This achievement includes 171 candidates or 2.43 per cent from government schools, which is an increase of 0.12 per cent compared to 2008.
As many as 41 candidates or 0.58 have achieved excellent results with aggregate 6 and grade 1 in six to nine subjects. The figure is an increase of 0.11 per cent compared to 2008. Two candidates from Chung Hua Middle School, Kuala Belait have obtained grade's A1 in nine subjects whilst four candidates have achieved grade's A1 in eight subjects including 3 from Chung Hua, BSB and one from PJN Pg Hj Abu Bakar Secondary School (A), 11 obtaining grade A1s in seven subjects including 3 candidates from Chung Hua Secondary School, Kuala Belait, two from Chung Hua Secondary BSB, two from Maktab Sains, three from Chung Ching Secondary, one from Sayyidina Hassan Secondary and one from Yayasan Secondary School.
Twenty-four students obtained grade A1's in 6 subjects comprising nine from Maktab Sains, three from PJN Hj Abu Bakar (A), three from Chung Hwa Secondary BSB, three from St Andrew Secondary, three from PJN Pg Hj Abu Bakar (B), one from Ma'Had Islam Brunei, one from Muda Hashim Secondary and one from Seri Mulia Sarjana Secondary.
As many as 252 candidates, or 3.58 per cent, obtained grade A's in 5 to 10 subjects, an increase of 0.25 per cent from 2008. The candidates comprise two students or 0.03 per cent who obtained grade A's in 10 subjects that include one from Chung Hwa Secondary, BSB and one from Chung Hua Secondary KB. Nine students or 0.13 per cent obtained Grade A's in 9 subjects comprising one from Maktab Sains, three from Chung Hwa Secondary BSB, one from St Andrew's and four from Chung Hua Secondary School KB.
Meanwhile, 19 candidates or 0.27 per cent have obtained grade A's in eight subjects comprising seven from Maktab Sains, one from Sayyidina Hasan, two from PJN Pg Hj Abu Bakar (A), one from PJN Pg Hj Abu Bakar (B), seven from Chung Hwa BSB and one from Chung Ching Secondary.
As many as 58 candidates, or 0.82 per cent, have obtained grade A's in 7 subjects, 83 or 1.18 per cent have obtained grade A's in six subjects and 81 candidates or 1.15 per cent have obtained grade A's in 5 subjects.
Students who have achieved at least 3 'O' level from two schools, namely Maktab Sains and Chung Hua Secondary BSB, total up to 90 per cent and 96.40 per cent respectively.
Overall, candidate performance who achieved grades A-C for subjects in Mathematics Syllabus D, Mathematics Syllabus E, Biology, Chemistry, Science (Physics and Biology) and Science (Chemistry and Biology) has increased between 1.25 per cent and 100 per cent compared to 2008.
It is also reminded that candidates who wish to obtain their result slips may do so at their schools whilst private candidates may obtain their result slips from the Examination Department, MOE (office hours). [
By Siti Hajar-Borneo Bulletin].

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