Saturday, January 15, 2011

News: Malaysian Student is Tops AGAIN in Singapore

Dear All,

It's really gratifying to know that Malaysian students are among the top students even in highly competitive environments like the city-state of Singapore.

This speaks highly of the quality of our students and the education that they had received in their primary school which has been enhanced by the excellent education that is provided by the Singapore education system.

Malaysians BOLEH!   Proud to be a MALAYSIAN!

Rodney Tan
Malaysian student is tops again in Singapore

All smiles: Pei Yun celebrating as she is recognised for being the top O-level student in Singapore.

PETALING JAYA: For the third year in a row, a Malaysian has become a top scorer in the island republic, with Chia Pei Yun scoring 10 A1s in Singapore’s GCE O-level exams.

The 16-year-old student of the St Nicholas Girls’ School (SNGS) loves to read, practise handicraft and play the piano.

Chia, from Damansara Utama here, said she was a down-to-earth person and a “normal teenager” who was often on Facebook in her free time.

The Asean scholar managed to score As in Mathematics, English, English Literature, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Huma-nities, Malay and Chinese.

According to Chia, she managed to achieve her excellent results through perseverance in revising throughout the year.

“This helped me relax when the exams approached,” she said in a telephone interview.

Chia said she was focused and determined in her journey towards achieving the position of top scorer in the GCE O-level exams.

“When I am away from home, I miss my family a lot but I do not let my feelings get in the way of my studies,” she added.

According to SNGS principal Chan Wan Siang, Chia was a hardworking girl who was always positive and willing to learn.

“Pei Yun loves music and was a level coordinator in the school choir,” she said.

Chan is proud at the school’s achievement in having top O-level scorers for three years in a row.


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