Millennia Institute 2010 A-Levels Results

Hey everyone, I’m here to proudly spread the achievements of my school in the A- Level results.

On 04  March 2011, Friday, the Institute witnessed the culmination of their hardwork in the past five years, having made significant improvements in the 2010 A-level results. A summary of the good tidings:

8 students obtained 3 As:
JOYCE TAN MAN FANG (08A2)
MUHAMMAD FIKRI B ISKANDAR SHAH (08A2)
ONG BEE HUI (08B3)
PAVAN SINGH GILL (08B3)
NG KIM SIANG ADRIAN (08B3)
KUMARAN S/O JOTHIKUMAR (08B6)
NG XIN DE MARVIN (08B6)
LIM GUANG JIE (08S1)
8 H2 subjects improved in percentage pass

5 H2 subjects maintained 100% percentage pass
The immediate reaction of our Principal, Mr Tan Chor Pang upon getting the results, was “Wow!”  Mr Tan said, “The results showed that the last five years of investment and tenacious effort by the teachers have come to fruition, and achieved improvements by leaps.   More than 95% of the graduands are eligible for university courses (including private universities). I feel very happy for them for their opportunity to go for further education.  The good results have proven the fact that a lot of teachers really care about helping students to achieve, and their collective effort has shown that we can break glass ceilings.”

Since the 2008 batch has done exceedingly well, the whole school was granted a holiday on the following Tuesday.

This is indeed a joyous moment for the institute and we look forward to scaling higher peaks of excellence in the years to come.

2010 A-Level Top Students

2010 A-Level Top Students (Obtained 3 As)

Extracted from: http://www.millenniainstitute.edu.sg/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=315:2010-a-levels-results&catid=51:latest-news&Itemid=90

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