Channel NewsAsia covered the release of the class of 2015’s O-Level results. And there’s a reason for Singaporeans to celebrate.
The O-Level results in 2016 achieved a 83.8% of students who scored at least 5 passes, the highest since 1995 as announced by the Ministry of Education (MOE) today.
This is a 0.5% increase from last year’s 83.3%.
The O-Level Results in 2016, belonging to the 29, 723 candidates who sat for the O-Levels back in 2015, had 29, 695 (99.99%) passing at least 1 subject.
28, 556 (96.1%) of them scored at least 3 passes, an improvement from last year’s 95.9%.
The Normal (Academic) students showed an improvement, with 88.6% of them passing at least 1 subject, compared to last year’s 87.9%.
An improvement in grades was found across the board, with 90.5% of the private candidates getting at least 1 pass- a rise from the previous year’s 89.5%.
theAsianparent wishes the new batch of graduates all the best in their future endeavours! Of course, their parents deserve a pat on the back too.