Thursday, December 20, 2012

PMR 2012 RESULT WAS OUT TODAY

one very happy student
WEDNESDAY, 19th December ~ The Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examination result was announced today. When I arrived at school at 11:00 p.m., there were already a lot of people at the school hall - students, teachers, parents and people who might be interested to witness the event.


One moment I was talking to my ex-student and suddenly I was having a conversation with a parent, and then there would be students coming to shake hands and say thank you. Everything happened so quick I couldn't really focus. Nevertheless, from what I heard, the passing percentage went down 4% but the number of straight A's students had increased from 47 last year to 49 this year.



PMR 2011 ex-students came visiting


two sisters, both ex-students, waiting for their brother

And here is the list of high fliers thus year:

9A's

Ahmad Rusli Fathan Abdul Razak
Muhammad Hanif Baharuddin
Muhammad Syazwan Mohd Amir
Sabiq Salihin Rosli
Aqilah A. Wahab
Fatini Tarmizi
Noor Afiqah Amirmudin
Nur Athikah Rosdi
Zakiah Hashim
Nik Nur Izzati Che Hamid
Nur Nasreen Suhaimi
Yazlin Izzati Ya'akop

8A's

Loh Wei Tong
Ong Jun Hau
Rishitaran Sivam
Tan Jun Kai
Tan Le Tian
Lee Ming Yuan
Ng Jia Qi
Teh Jia Yi
Yap May Ching
Agnes Chan Hui Xin
Audrey Err Kiat Joo
Lee Hwee Yee
Mah Mei Yee
Nge Mei Chin
Teo Joo Yi
Chan Chun Xiang
Karthigean Subramaniam
Liew Kah Sing
Chow Yi Huey
Yeow Pei Shi
Andul Khaliq Abdul Ghafor Omar
Muhammad Zikri M. Zaini Har
Iffah Syahfina Abdul Razak
Nurul Shuhada Shazline Suzali
Nurul Syifaak Mohammad Taufik
Wan Nabilah Huda Wan Mohd Burhanuddin
Muhammad Izzat Jamal
Mashitah Rosli
Nur Zulaikha Zuraimy
Nurul Amirah Tajudin
Amli Omar Ismail

7A's

Jeethindra Kumar P. Maran
Kuganraj Utamman
Ashnira Kesavan
Risna Subramaniam
Vinithaa Gunasagaran
Thivagar Siva Kumar


Congratulations to all who had scored excellent results or had achieved their targets in the exam. To those who did not, please do not feel too sad as this is not the ending, this is just the beginning. There is still a long way to go.