With the general summary of SPM 2010 posted at http://berryberryeasy.com/2011/03/spm-results-2010/, this post is solely on the other stories happening around Malaysia. As with SPM 2009 and eventually SPM 2011, Berry Berry Easy simplifies news reading for you by compiling everything in a simple to read but complete manner. So here are the other stories involving SPM 2010 results.
Summary of SPM Results 2010 – 23rd March 2010 – The Summary Part 2
Stories around Malaysia :
- Johor had a great year for SPM 2010 with 1,101 SPM 2010 candidates achieving straight As, from which 39 obtained straight A+.
- From the 39 super distinction scorers in all subjects, 11A+ were achieved by 8 students, 10A+ by 18 students and 9A+ by 13 students.
- 41 schools in Johor obtained full passes. SMk Lenga became the first rural school in Muar to achieve 100% passes in SPM examinations.
- The top two schools in Johor are from Johor Bahru, namely SMK Tun Fatimah and SMK Infant Jesus Convent.
- Lee Jia Ning (17) of SMK Convent Muar scored 11A+ in SPM 2010. She aspire to become a doctor. She attribute her success to being highly disciplined, taking advices from her parents and mixing with the right group of friends. She did not flinch from the challenge despite not doing too well in her trial examination.
- 620 SPM 2010 candidates scored straight As in the state as compared to 590 in SPM 2009.
- 16 students from SM Sains Tuanku Munawir scored straight A+ in SPM 2010. SM Sains Tuanku Munawir also emerged as the top SPM school in Malaysia for two consecutive years. Aspiring geologist, Muhamad Fahim Hanaffi Azahan is among the top scorer with 10A+.
- 36 students in Sarawak scored straight A+s for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2010.
- Jonathan Jong Jee Heng (17) of SMK Green Road emerged as one of Sarawak’s top student in SPM 2010. His secret to success is simply because he spent more time on his studies and less on social networking site, Facebook. He scored 10A+ in the SPM 2010 examinations. Even the little time he spent on Facebook is utilised on searching out scholarship information. This is what we call, time well spent!
- Karen Toh Hui Qi also of SMK Green Road also scored 10A+ in her SPM 2010 exams. Her secret to success comes partly in the form of her father, Toh Poi Seng (52, lecturer) who motivated her to study hard in order to obtain scholarship to further her studies overseas.
- Tang Kah Hung (Jason), aged 20, did not allow the lack of vision to hinder his quest for learning. He scored very well in his SPM 2010 examinations with 6A+, 3A dan 1A-. He became the first student from Sekolah Menengah Pendidikan Khas (Cacat Penglihatan) Setapak to emerge with straight As in SPM since its establishment in 1974.
- He discovered growth in his brain at age 16. During Form 4, he found that his vision narrowed and could not judge distance well. The growth forced him to choose between his life and vision, for which he sacrificed his vision due to his will to live. Three months after his operation, he made the decision to resume his studies and learnt ‘braille’ in Persatuan Orang Buta Malaysia (MAB) for a year before reentering school.
- As good news to the teaching profession, he aspire to become a teacher as he believe that everything begins from a strong foundation and teacher who touches the root will mould students. That’s a gain to society!
- 4 disabled are among the 792 SPM 2010 candidates (3.92%) of 20,377 students in KL who obtained straight As.
- The state’s average grade (GPN) increased to 4.74 in SPM 2010 from SPM 2009′s 4.92. This is much better than the national average GPN of 5.19.
- Sekolah Menengah Sains Alam Shah, Sekolah Menengah Sains Seri Puteri and Sekolah Menengah Sains Selangor emerge as the best schools in KL.
- Julia Lim Shin Yi (18) emerge as top student of SMK Convent Bukit Nanas with 10A+ and 1A. Her ‘secret’ to success is simply consistency in her studies. She aspire to become a doctor in the future.
- Leong Khong Chun (18) ‘suffered’ a pleasant surprise by being named top scorer in SPM 2010 for SMK Victoria with 9A+ and 2As. He hopes to be a doctor or actuarist in the future and is currently pursuing foundation studies at Help UC.
- Tung Yu Feng of SMK (P) Air Panas, Setapak, became top student of her school in SPM 2010 with a score of 11As. Her secret to success is through memorising and understanding.
- Overall improvement were recorded for SPM 2010 with more candidates garnering passes and straight As.
- 17 students in Terengganu scored 10A+ for SPM 2010.
- 12,182 students passed all their subjects, as compared to 11,601 in SPM 2009. This represent a 2.96% increase.
- 49 out of 72 SPM 2010 subjects saw improvement in students’ performance.
- Wong Yujing (18), of SMK Sultan Sulaiman created history (probably as first chinese) to score an A+ for the subject tasawwur Islam in SPM 2010. He is also one of the 17 straight A+ students with A+ in Malay Language, English Language, Moral Studies, History, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Tasawwur Islam. He hopes to pursue further studies in the US or England in the field of engineering.
- Nur Zulaikha, one of the 4 top students of SMK Agama Tok Jiring obtained 11A+ in the Malay Language, English Language, History, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah Studies, Syariah Islamiah Studies and High Arabic Language.
- R. Munisshankari (18) of SMK Keat Hwa was among the 9 SPM 2010 candidates that emerged tops. The student scored A+ in Malay Language, English Language, Moral Studies, History, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Accounts, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
- Kelantan recorded a state GPN of 5.15 in SPM 2010. This is an improvement over SPM 2009′s 5.26.
- The GPN obtained is the best in 7 years.
- 278 candidates obtained straight As out of 35,594 candidates in Kelantan.
- 6 students scored A+ in all subjects that they took.
- Chan Shu Ren of SMK Chung Ching , Raub was named best student in SPM 2010 for Pahang with 11A+.
- The number of straight As scorers also increased from 321 (2009) to 381 (2010).
- 3 Orang Asli students did well in SPM 2010. They are namely, Nornita a/p Sham Song (6A, 4C) from SM Sains Sultan Ahmad Shah, Noranidun Midun(7A, 1C) from SMK Tengku Abdullah and Hashimah a/p Ishak (6A, 3B), from SMK Tengku Abdullah. All three were schooled in Pekan.
- Muhammad Ammar Ibrahim Istar (19) is the top student in SPM for the special students’ category in Pahang, with 7As and 2Bs. Visual impairment was never used as an excuse to hinder his progress in school. He mentioned that he is lucky to have dedicated teachers who typed important information and notes into Braille for him. (Good job to those teachers. You are truly the best!)
- 844 students scored straight As in SPM 2010 examinations. From it, 25 students scored straight A+.
- Penang Chinese Girls High School (PCGHS) emerged as the top school in Penang.
- 32 candidates obtained straight A+ in SPM 2010.
- 34,200 out of 39,336 SPM 2010 candidates obtained their SPM certificate. This represents 87.85% of all students who took the exams last year.
- The top six schools in Perak in terms of grade point averages were boarding schools and they are: Malay College Kuala Kangsar, Gopeng Integrated School, Sekolah Tunku Abdul Rahman, SM Sains Bagan Datoh, SM Sains Tun Raja Azlan Shah and SM Sains Teluk Intan.
- Pravinan Lai Xiong Hui of SMK Methodist ACS scored 10A+ in his SPM 2010 examinations. He is a sciece student that wants to be an artist. (Go for your dream!)
- Loo Chang Zhi, top scorer from SMK Derma scored 10A+. Interestingly, the song ‘Hero’ by Mariah carey inspired him to work hard.
- Ng Yen Yen of Kota Kinabalu High School with 8A+ and 3As were among the top 15 SPM 2010 achievers in Sabah. She hopes to be a doctor in the future.
These are some of the stories of SPM 2010 results around Malaysia. if you know of other stories, do drop comments in this post to share it with our Berry Readers. For those who are mentioned here, you may also drop some comments. If you know anybody inside, you can also drop comments. Even if are just a reader who have opinions, you may also drop comments.