Best A-Levels Programme in Malaysia at HELP Academy
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The lower foyer of HELP University was the scene of jubilation as students and parents celebrated the release of the A-Level results from the June 2013 exams.
A dramatic increase in the number of straight A’s from 40% last year to 46.5% this year was announced: a total of 135 students scored straight A’s. Once again, HELP University has shown that they are the best for A-Levels in Malaysia.
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The top scorers were commended by the senior management of HELP, as well as the Chancellor Dato’ Paul Leong.
President and Vice-Chancellor Datuk Dr Paul Chan with 4 Straight A twin sisters Cherilyn and Jacqueline Hoe.
Twin sisters Cherilyn and Jacqueline had scored 4 Straight As: Jacqueline 4 A* and Cherilyn 3 A* and 1 A.
Jacqueline is toying with the idea of studying music in the UK, before getting a degree. Both of them have not really decided what to study, but most likely they’ll settle for Engineering. They took similar A-Level subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Math and Further Math.
Ang Chee Chyuan (right) scored 4 A* in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths; he will study Engineering at Monash.
Calvin Yeoh Kai Yuan (left) was offered admission to 4 top universities: Imperial College London, University College London, Oxford University and Stanford University.
He has chosen Stanford, where he will study Economics on a Bank Negara scholarship. Calvin scored A* in Physics, Maths and Further Maths; and A in Economics.
Datin Chan Kam Yoke, CEO of HELP University, met some of the top A-Level scorers in her office.
Left to right:
Melissa Chee Wei Li
A* in Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Further Maths. Melissa will study Chemical Engineering in Newnham College, Cambridge University, on a Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship.
Daniel Ong Ying Yao
A* in Biology, A in Chemistry and Physics. Daniel will study Medicine at Manchester University. Daniel was President of the SASA Council at HELP.
Kelly Ng Wen Yi
A* in Chemistry, A in Biology, Maths and Physics. Kelly will study Architecture at the University of Bath. She has a special fascination with the classical style.
Kailash Kalaiarasu, ex-St John’s Institution KL, scored A in Physics, Chemisty and Economics, and A* in Math. He will study Law at University College London on a JPA scholarship.
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What pre-u programme is better after spm? How could I look for a scholarship?
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