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GCE N-Level 2019

Release of GCE N-Level Results 2019

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In Praise and Thanksgiving
We celebrated with our girls who received the 2019 GCE N-Level Examinations results this afternoon.

A total of 83 Sec 4 N(A) girls and 24 Sec 4N(T) girls sat for the GCE N-Level examinations in 2019. They worked hard and were loved and supported by their families and the teachers. We give thanks to God for His blessings upon our girls.

Their hard work paid off and we achieved the following outcomes -
  • 96.4% (comparison – National 76.6%) of the Sec 4 N(A) students are eligible for Sec 5 N(A).
  • 36.1% of the Sec 4 N(A) students qualified for Polytechnic Foundation Programme (National top 15%)
  • 88.0% of the Sec 4 N(A) students qualified for Direct-Entry-Scheme to Polytechnic Programme (comparison – National top 30%)
  • 100% of Sec 4N(T) students are eligible for ITE.

Sharing our Success Stories

Raising Above Challenges

Being a resilient student, Trisha Cheok (Sec 4, Class of 2019) did not give up easily despite 2019 being an extremely challenging year for her. Apart from having to sit for the N-Level examinations at the end of the year, Trisha’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer early in the year.  Her father was admitted to the hospital for a minor heart attack on the first day of her N-Level paper, and her grandmother was also admitted to the hospital on the same day for lung infection. Trisha was worried and stressed as she had to take care of her family while preparing for the upcoming examination. She would spend four hours in the hospital every day to ensure that her family was well taken care of. Trisha was very brave and strong. She is thankful for the friends whom God has placed in her life to help her through these tough times. She said, “I believe these events happen to strengthen me and grow my faith in God.”

Motivated to Achieve

Diligent and motivated, Nuha bte Mohamed Ali (Sec 4, Class of 2019) was disciplined with her time management and was always on task. Nuha was an active and committed member of the National Police Cadet Corps NPCC. In leading her juniors, she was open to suggestions and selflessly gave of herself while reaching out to everyone. In recognition of her proficiency in leadership and efficiency in completing tasks, she was appointed Head of Training and Station Inspector in 2019. She was a steadfast and reliable leader who planned the weekly training schedule for her fellow cadets. For her contributions to her CCA, Nuha received the School Colours Award (Individual - Distinction) in 2019. Nuha has strong family support and loving parents who take good care of the family. Nuha’s aspiration to succeed is seen in how her three elder brothers strived for their best to achieve their goals. This had greatly inspired her to follow suit. Good grades did not come easy for Nuha; her motto is “Knowledge is power” and this drove her to keep working hard daily. Nuha aspires to pursue a career in the medical field and is putting in the effort to work towards her goal.

Growing in Confidence

Seemingly soft-spoken and shy when she was in lower secondary, Angela Loh (Sec 4, Class of 2019) has proven that she has the determination and mental resilience to carry her through secondary school life and emerge a confident learner with a strong desire to improve herself. 

In Secondary 3, with hard work and determination, she earned a spot in Normal (Academic). After much deliberation, she chose to remain in the Normal (Technical) stream to complete her studies to get into her desired course of video production in ITE. Angela was proactive and continued to strive to hard in her graduating year.

In March this year, Angela chose to forfeit her overseas trip with her family in Japan to stay in Singapore and worked on her Elements of Business Skills coursework. Her mental resilience and determination to succeed was evident.

With the Early Admission Exercise into ITE, Angela applied for Video Production at School of Design and Media in the Jan 2019 Intake. During the process, she spent time and effort to complete her application write-up and prepared for the interview with the help of her teachers. She was successful in securing a place and continued to strive to achieve her best in the national examination.

Celebrating the Success of our Top N-Level Girls

Cohort Achievements for the 2019 Sec 4 N(A) Students

11 out of 11 subjects with % of passes above National Level.

9 subjects with 100% passes.

We would like to celebrate the efforts of the following students who have done especially well for the GCE N(A) Examinations.




Cohort Achievements for the 2019 Sec 4 N(T) Students

4 out of 8 subjects with % of passes above National Level.

3 subjects with 100% passes.

We rejoice with Angela Loh, Sec 4.9, for being the Top NT student in her cohort.


We thank God for His blessings and His faithfulness to our school.