Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Congrats, boys and girls


Here is the list of 30 SPM 2009 top-achievers. They are awarded the inaugural National Scholarship Award.
Gladys Tan Yee Kim (SMK Green Road, Kuching)
Grace Kiew Sze-Ern (SMK Perempuan Sri Aman, Petaling Jaya),
Khadijah Ahmad Jais (SM Agama Persekutuan, Labu),
Akmal Hidayat Sabri (SMK Derma, Kangar),
Syamilah Mahali (Kolej Tunku Kurshiah, Seremban),
Amelia Lee Wei Ling (SMK Taman Melawati, Gombak),
Nur Syuhadah Muhamad (SM Sains Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra, Kota Baharu)
Lai Yin Kwin (SMK Tinggi Melaka),
Corinne Gunn Huey Min (SMK Taman Melawati, Gombak),
Hu May Khei (SMK Convent, Taiping);
Muhammad Amal Aiman Mohd Yusof (MRSM Kota Baharu),
Kuah Jia Ying (SMK Bukit Jambul, Pulau Pinang),
Chean Chung Shen (SMK Methodist (ACS) Sitiawan),
Ahmad Zhafir Zulkfli@Zulkifli (SBPI Temerloh),
Goh Diangde (SMK Derma, Kangar),
Ameenah Azman (Kolej Tunku Kurshiah, Seremban),
Erin Chuah Wei Yen (SMK Seri Bintang Utara, Kuala Lumpur),
Mohamad Syukri Azmi (MRSM Kota Baharu),
Muhammad Syafiq Kamarulzaman (SBPI Selandar),
Neelam Devi Nath (SMK Buloh Kasap, Segamat);
Ooi Hui Lynn (SMK Convent Green Lane, Pulau Pinang),
Nurliyana Sanusi (MRSM Kota Baharu),
Gan Li Fang (SMK Tun Mamat, Tangkak),
Muhammad Sallehuddin Mansor (SMK Matang, Perak),
Muhammad Izzat Solihuddin (MRSM Tun Ghafar Baba),
Nurizzati Zainal Nazeri (Kolej Yayasan Saad, Melaka),
Khairunnisa Che Bahrun (Maahad Ahmadi, Tanah Merah),
Nurulaida Mohd Darus (SBPI Jempol, Negeri Sembilan),
Loh Sook Yin (SMK Tinggi St David, Melaka)
Malathy a/p Balakrishnan (SMK Ibrahim, Sungai Petani).
Now, do not mess up like I did. Make us all proud.
Some notes:
50% Malays, 43% Chinese and 7% Indians.
1 from Private School (KYSM)
2 from Sekolah Agama
9 from SBP and MRSM
The rest from Sekolah Kebangsaan
0 from SMJK

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Number of students who obtain A+ for Chinese (compulsory subject in SMJK) is very very low this year, e.g. a top SMJK school only have 2 A+ scorers, who may not score A+ in all other subjects. Maybe that explains why. Not sure of the reason though.

Anonymous said...

We only look and judge at the official results released by Examination Council. But, who can tell whether the marks are genuine and no manuplation, especially after the CLP mess. With the high number of top scholars in certain ethinic group, re-examination of examination scripts could verify the real truth ..

Anonymous said...

The top scholars are selected based on the official results released by the Examination Council. But, can the result be fully reliable, no manuplation? After the mess in CLP exam, should there be 'extra work' to verify the true achievers ..

Jeg Hui said...

u see there's a fine line between wanting to know the real truth and wanting the result to be as what u always wanted

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